Sanford City Commissioner Patty Mahany says city officials were snubbed by the Sanford Welcome Center recently when the […]
When city officials gathered in Paw Park on April 4 to kickoff the renovation of the city’s second […]
Sanford leaders have created a new grant program to incentivize construction in downtown. Created by the Sanford Downtown […]
Parks in several areas of Sanford are slated for upgrades and repairs following action by the Sanford City Commission […]
If you use Uber to get around the Celery City, you may soon receive up to a 25% discount thanks to a partnership between the ride-sharing company and the city of Sanford.
Sanford City Commissioners are considering a plan to tax property owners with vacant buildings.
Known as a “building preservation licensing program,” the plan would require commercial and residential building owners to maintain a minimum occupancy rate, for example 25% for commercial properties, or face annual licensing fees.
Sanford officials are looking to restart free Wi-Fi service in downtown. City commissioners will discuss the issue at their meeting on Monday, Jan. 11.
Don’t believe what you see on local TV news, especially if it comes from Channel 9. With great fanfare […]
It’s down to the final four to replace Larry Dale as president and CEO of the Sanford Airport […]
Sanford City Commissioners agreed to make the city No. 1 – for highest property tax rate in Seminole […]
The leaseholder of city-owned land has paid its delinquent property taxes. According to a clerk at the Seminole County […]
Despite what you might read on social media, SunRail service to DeBary will NOT be suspended Aug. 16. […]
Good news for Sanford property owners: Seminole County Property Sppraiser David Johnsons says property values in the city […]
The leaseholder of city-owned property has responded to Sanford’s inquiry about delinquent property taxes.
The grass is coming down at Family Dollar says a director in the corporate office.
After writing about the knee-high grass at the store last week (“Family Dollar: Too cheap to cut the grass?”), I spoke with Daryl Presley, the city’s director of community improvement.
Sanford officials have put the leaseholders of Marina Island on notice regarding their delinquent property taxes.
City manager Norton Bonaparte sent a letter dated June 1
The city of Sanford is asking for proposals to purchase and redevelop a city-owned property – and former county jail – in the heart of downtown.
The building recently drew attention when the owners of Lonnie’s Fusion Cuisine expressed interest in purchasing the building to move their Lake Mary restaurant to Sanford (Lake Mary restaurant eyes downtown Sanford).
There were 1,788 code enforcement cases worked by the city of Sanford in 2014. I’m not sure how […]
Expect to see a new Dollar General store popping up at 1113 W. 1st St (GMap).
City of Sanford planning staff are currently reviewing a proposal to build a 7,500 square-foot general retail store at that location. Dollar General is not named as the retailer, but the building size is consistent with the company’s prototype stores.
The Florida Trust for Historic Preservation 37th Annual Preservation Awards were presented in Miami on May 8, and the city of Sanford two awards.
Presented by the Florida Trust each May in honor of National Preservation Month, Sanford received awards for the Sanford Avenue Streetscape Project in the category of Infill Design, and the Georgetown Heritage Markers and Seat Cubes in the category of Preservation Education/Media.