I want to thank all of the vendors, community partners and especially our volunteers who made this event possible. With your support, we provided local families with the necessary tools to get their children off to a bright new school year. I am proud to announce that we gave away over 800 backpacks each stuffed with essential schools supplies. There were over 40 vendors in attendance and families were able to enjoy a bounce house, music and food. A fun time was had by all!
Take a look at some great pictures from this year’s event!
District 4 Monthly Public Works Report
Please click here for our September 2014 Monthly District 4 Public Works Status Report which shows the status of all ongoing Public Works Projects and any upcoming Public Works Community Meetings.
Wetherbee Road- Weekly Update 9/12/2014 9:45AM
The Wetherbee Road Widening Construction Project will continue with installation of storm sewer pipes, sheet pile walls and foundation for piers. Construction crews will also prepare to install a […]
*Update as of 05/29/14 – 9:00 AM
Alafaya Trail opened to four lanes today. Crews will continue to be on-site to finish punch list items but the road is officially open to traffic.
*Update as of […]