Come celebrate classic cars and classic rock at Groveland's Downtown Festival Park, 117 N. Main Ave., on Saturday, Feb. 9, from 11 AM - 3 PM. Read on...
Two years ago, the Groveland City Council issued a proclamation and resolution calling upon the State of Florida to pardon the men who became known as the Groveland Four. Their names are Walter Irvin, Sam Shepherd, Ernest Thomas and Charles Greenlee. Read on...
The City of Groveland and Waste Connections are hosting a Kids Day during the Jan. 12 CLEAN + GREEN DAY EVENT at Groveland's Downtown Festival Park, 117 N. Main Ave. Read on...
GROVELAND CRUISE IN -- Join us as we celebrate CLASSIC CARS and CLASSIC ROCK on Saturday, Feb. 9 from 11 AM - 3 PM at Groveland's Downtown Festival Park.
Collecting Bargaining Agreement Negotitiations Download Collecting Bargaining AgreementGROVELAND (Oct. 22, 2018) – Groveland firefighters are wearing pink and selling pink T-shirts to raise money and awareness for Libby’s Legacy Breast Cancer Foundation. The nonprofit is dedicated to raising awareness and providing services for women facing treatment for breast cancer.The Foundation helps pay for cancer screenings, mammograms and serves as patient advocates, among other services.During October, the firefighters are selling T-shirts throughout the city at a variety of businesses. Last year, Groveland firefighters raised more than $2,200 for the Foundation.The T-shirts are available in children sizes for $10 and in adult sizes small – 3XL for $20.Shirts can be purchased at Fire Station 95, at 450 W. Orange St., or at Station 94 at 193 Cherry Valley Trail.Photo ID: (Left to right) Groveland firefighters Curtis Garvin, Patrick Pastular and Brian Quintus are shown wearing T-shirts being sold to support breast cancer awareness and services to help women facing treatment. The public can purchase the shirts at either Groveland fire station.
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New Public Safety Complex Coming Late 2019
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Annual Back to School Bash at the Elese Tomlin Center
Anointed Community Services held their annual Back to School Bash at the Else Tomlin Center on July 28th. School supplies were handed out, hot dogs were served, and Police and Fire were on hand. The Fire Department proved to the Police Department that they are the coolest Public Safety Department, by turning the basketball court into a splash pad! Kids and adults alike enjoyed the respite from the heat!
David Blanks Playground Improvements
New playground equipment has been purchased for David Blanks Playground. The equipment will be installed in early November.
Lake David Park Improvements
New playground equipment has been purchased for Lake David Park. The equipment will be installed in mid-November.
Iowa Ave Water Main Improvements
The project was approved for construction in February. Hartman Civil Construction was awarded the contract in March. The project involved replacing old asbestos cement and galvanized pipe water mains with new PVC and Polyethylene pipes. More than 4,700 feet of water mains were replaced on Iowa Avenue, Waldo Street, Warner Street and Swanson Street. In addition to the water mains, six old fire hydrants were replaced and six more were installed at strategic locations around the community.
Little Free Library
EleseTomlin Community Center Groundbreaking Ceremony