Updated list of Contact Info

Here’s a handy list for you, compliments of your friendly neighborhood association.

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January 25, 2016 at 10:55 pm Leave a comment

Block Party pics

We had a great time at the Autumn Block Party.  Here are a few pics.


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November 11, 2015 at 8:39 pm Leave a comment

Neighborhood Association Tune Up Offered by the City of Tallahassee

The Parks, Recreation & Neighborhood Affairs Department presents a free workshop for neighborhood association leaders facilitated by local neighborhood leader Rahni Wright. This informative two hour workshop will be held on Saturday, September 19th from 10 AM to 12 PM at the PRNA main office located at 912 Myers Park Drive, Tallahassee, FL 32301.

This Tune Up is designed for current neighborhood association leaders or individuals who would like to take on a leadership role in their neighborhood. This leadership workshop will provide a multi-faceted experience with opportunities to network, build skills and refresh a connection with city government resources.

The workshop will contain real world examples from Tallahassee neighborhood association leaders. Rahni Wright, six year term former president of Providence Neighborhood Association is prepared to guide participants through a connective experience.

The workshop will feature presenters from the local business community and city departments. Attendees will receive a fresh look at City resources along with action steps to take in their neighborhoods.

Reservations are required for this event as there are limited spaces. Refreshments will be served.

For additional information or to register, please contact the Parks, Recreation & Neighborhood Affairs Department at (850) 891-FUNN (3866).

September 9, 2015 at 7:30 pm Leave a comment

Reporting Power Outages is Easier than Ever

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To enhance customer service, particularly during inclement weather, the City of Tallahassee’s Your Own Utilities has made it even easier for citizens to report electric outages and stay informed about outages in their area.

Customers can report power outages using Talgov.com or the City’s app, DigiTally. On Talgov.com, customers can now simply select the “Report an Electric Outage” link featured on the bottom right of the website’s homepage. By clicking the link, customers will be taken to the outage reporting page where they can now view a map that shows reported outages. Customers can also enter their address and phone number to report an outage.

Another option is the City’s mobile app, DigiTally. Using the app’s new “Electric Outage” feature, customers can report the address impacted and receive updates as the issue is resolved. The app also allows users to view the new outage map. Existing DigiTally users are encouraged to refresh the app to ensure that they have the latest updates and this new feature.

“We understand that convenience is important, especially during a power outage,” said Reese Goad, General Manager of Utility Services “Customers can use their smartphone or tablet to report an outage. Additionally, we believe residents will appreciate the digital map showing outages and be reassured utility crews are working to restore them.”

Customers can still contact Your Own Utilities by phone at 891.4YOU (4968). All outage reports received by phone or online are automatically routed to the electric outage management system, which helps quickly assign and dispatch work crews at all hours.

With DigiTally, residents can also quickly and easily pay their utility bill, report issues such as graffiti or a broken street light and much more. The convenient mobile app is free and available for download at theApp Store and Google Play.

For more information about Your Own Utilities, visit Talgov.com/YOU or call 891.4YOU (4968). During storms, information is also available at Twitter.com/COTNews.

September 9, 2015 at 6:31 pm Leave a comment

Are You Prepared for a Flood?

Construction to begin this monthFlood Prevention and Preparedness Information

The City of Tallahassee Utilities operates and maintains a comprehensive Stormwater Management program. Because of its proactive stance on stormwater and flood-related issues, the City qualifies for a federal certification that helps local property owners save on flood insurance premiums.

As a result of Stormwater Management’s Flood Control Projects and Public Works Drainage Operations’ Maintenance Programs, City of Tallahassee citizens and businesses automatically receive up to a 20-percent discount in premiums on their flood insurance policies.

One of the activities performed by City Stormwater Management is to produce and distribute the Flood Prevention and Preparedness brochure as part of a proactive effort to provide important material to Tallahassee residents. The brochure contains valuable information which can help citizens be informed on many flood related topics. Please read the brochure and take the steps necessary to be ready for the next big storm.

For more information, please contact the City’s Stormwater Management at 891.6860 or visitTalgov.com/YOU.

September 9, 2015 at 6:28 pm Leave a comment

News from Seminole Manor

November 30, 2014 at 9:12 pm Leave a comment

Vote for Seminole Manor in Clothes for a Cause

A vote for us will help bring $500 worth of customized apparel from The Clothesline.  Follow the link below or just click on the graphic.  Vote every day through Dec 8th.  Encourage your friends to do the same!!

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November 12, 2014 at 7:11 pm Leave a comment

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