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Pine Hills Neighborhood Improvement District

Overview

The Pine Hills Neighborhood Improvement District (NID) was created in Dec. of 2011 as a recommendation from the Pine Hills Business Redevelopment Task Force.

This NID focuses on public safety and neighborhood revitalization along the major business corridor within Pine Hills.

Potential Community Benefits

  • Financial assistance to growing businesses.
  • Appearance improvements to the business corridor
  • Street and intersections improvements.
  • Pedestrian and bicycling safety improvements.
  • Lighting, parks, stormwater drainage, and utility improvements
  • Safer mass transit access improvements
  • Reduction in crime

Orlando Economic Partnership (OEP) Property and Reports Database

OEP Property and Reports Database

This database is owned by the Orlando Economic Partnership and Powered by Duke Energy.

The Property and Reports Database is an easy to use application developed through a partnership between the Orlando Economic Partnership and Duke Energy. It provides up-to-date real estate and business investment information for the Central Florida region.

Using the layer and filtering features in conjunction with the mapping function, potential investors can identify available properties by location and determine whether these properties have access to many of the amenities and incentives that may be available to real estate developers and business owners should they choose to invest in this community.

Planning Documents

Annual Reports

ADVISORY COUNCIL MEETINGS

Wellcare Community Room
6801 West Colonial Drive, Hiawassee Plaza, Orlando, Florida 32818
(First Wednesday of Each Month from 9 to 11am - except during holidays)


EDITORIAL COVERAGE


Contact Us

Contact: Samuel Weekley
Email: Samuel.Weekley@ocfl.net
Phone: 407-836-6267

Pine Hills NID Office
4801 W. Colonial Drive (Barnett Park), Orlando, FL 32808

All e-mail sent to this address becomes part of Orange County public record. Comments received by our e-mail subsystem can be read by anyone who requests that privilege. In compliance with "Government in the Sunshine" laws, Orange County Government must make available, at request, any and all information not deemed a threat to the security of law enforcement agencies and personnel.