Lake Eola Heights Historic Neighborhood Association

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The Lake Eola Heights Historic Neighborhood Association, (LEHHNA), was formed in 1985 by a group of residents who wanted to rescue homes from demolition and preserve the original residential character of the area. The City designated the neighborhood as The Lake Eola Heights Historic District in 1989 and placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1991. LEHHNA continues to be pro-active in the support of preservation and compatible new development.

 In addition, LEHHNA works aggressively with The City on quality of life issues.

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Light The Night - Lymphoma & Leukemia Society

I typically attend the neighborhood association meeting however, since I am an Acute Myeloid Leukemia survivor, I will be walking in the Light The Night event on 8 November which starts at 5 pm. ... more
Started: October 3rd 2018Replies: 0

Open House @ 642 E Livingston St 5/28/2016

Please come and see my open house tomorrow from 10:30 to 2:30.  This wonderful 3 bedroom 2.5 bathroom is move in ready and is located in the Lake Eola area. This house is in Fantastic Condition... more
Started: May 27th 2016Replies: 0

Home Repairs/Renovations

  Hi neighbors!   If you are in need of home repairs (small or large) and/or renovations, please let me know.  I can refer you to two contractors who work together and who do fabulous... more
Started: March 28th 2011Replies: 1

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