The Milk District Neighborhood Association was founded in 2017 and is a volunteer association for the residents of East Central Park, or better known as the Milk District. This area is located between Colonial Drive and South Street and Bumby Avenue to Crystal Lake Drive by the executive airport. It’s named after the TG Lee milk plant.
We have grown and changed over the last few years and are excited to build an association that speaks for the residents and helps to keep the neighborhood hip and fresh.
The Milk District Neighborhood Association is dedicated to cultivating a safe, enriched and inclusive community through positive civic engagement. From street clean-ups and beautification projects to movie nights, mixers and plant-swaps, the Milk ‘Hood strives to bring its residents together to make positive changes within its community.
We have many ideas and plans for the neighborhood, including adopting Graham Avenue, constructing new sidewalks and many other beautification projects.
Our biggest accomplishment over the last two years has been building a strong sense of community. One way we have done this is by planning inclusive events and building partnerships within the district.
We are excited to join Zac Alfson and the Milk District Main Street in throwing a block party on Oct. 1 for National Night Out. National Night Out began as an effort to promote involvement in crime-prevention activities, police-community partnerships, neighborhood camaraderie and send a message to criminals letting them know that neighborhoods are organized and fighting back.
Join us on Graham Avenue for music, games, ice cream and information about keeping the Milk ‘Hood safe. We have entered the theme contest and hope to show off our “Moo-ves” in our best cow-themed attire. So come out with your spots on, and help us win. We hope to see you there.
- National Night Out Block Party
Tuesday, Oct. 1 from 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. | FREE
Meet us at the intersection of East Jefferson and North Graham
Not a Milk District Neighborhood resident? Not a problem. The Milk District Neighborhood Association is open to anyone who wants to get involved on a local level and make positive changes in Orlando. Join a committee to help plan and execute events and meetings, or just meet some new neighbors who are passionate about the community. Everyone is welcome in the Milk.