Officers for 2016-2018 are: Don Baillie (President) Meg Spinella (Vice President) Betsy Sublette (Treasurer) Alice Sundstrom (Recorder). Board Meetings are held the 2nd Monday of each month at 6:30 p.m.Read More
There were a spate of home and car break-ins in Laurel Park during the holidays, in early January, and again on Feb. 29. Based on reports, the burglaries appear to be the work of different people – all apparently seeking cash. Please lock your doors and report suspicious activity to the police immediately.Read More
The LPNA’s City Commission appeal of the Women’s Exchange building permit for a loading dock on Rawls will be held at City Hall on April 4, 2016 at 6:00 p.m.Read More
Dead palms on Oak median to be removed. LPNA working with City on replacements. See article for a 1973 photo of the palms on Oak. If you have other historic photos of the neighborhood, please send them to Chris Jaensch.Read More
The 2015-2020 Floodplain Management Plan for Sarasota is now available.Read More
The City of Sarasota has created a PSA about its leaf blowing ordinance and its importance to our streets, drainage, and bay.Read More
What's with the spray paint?
You may have noticed a lot of mysterious spray-painted markings on the easements by sidewalks along the east side of Laurel Park. These rather ominious-looking markings …
The Multi-Use Recreation Trail (MURT) is becoming a reality in Laurel Park. The construction is obvious to anyone who has been on Brother Geenen Way or looked towards the end …Read More
Over the past several years, I have noticed the slow proliferation of three interesting plant species that, although easily overlooked by many and considered “weeds” by some, deserve close-up attention …Read More
The Laurel Park Neighborhood Association has received a “Planning Advocate” Award for its work on the Laurel Park Overlay.
This annual award, given by the Florida Sun Coast Section of the American Planners’ Association, is given to a community group in recognition of “significant commitment and support of community planning.”Read More