SENA STRONG!

Where we live in our City is the common bond we all share as the families and residents of the south end neighborhoods.

We don’t take for granted our Phipps and South Olive parks, the South Flagler promenade, our neighborhood elementary school, or any of businesses and restaurants along the South Dixie corridor.

SENA recognizes that maintaining and preserving our south end amenities requires our individual involvement, from volunteerism to financial support, that will result in our collective strength of a strong south end community.

There are many ways residents can show their support for the south end. Becoming a SENA member, volunteering to help with the various SENA projects and events, donating to special projects, or supporting S. Olive Elementary School students.

Together, we become SENA Strong!

Belair historic district marker

South Olive Elementary School Student Support

Tree Replacement

Thanksgiving Turkey Giveaway

Annual General Membership Meeting

Belair Historic District Marker

The Belair Historic District lies between South Flagler Dr. to the east and South Dixie Hwy. to the west.  The southern boundaries are the 200 and 300 blocks of Plymouth Rd.  The northern boundary includes the 300 block and the south side of the 200 block of Pilgrim Rd. including the original homestead of William Ohlhaber at 205 Pilgrim Road.

South Olive Elementary School Student Support

Every year, and throughout the school year, residents in the southend volunteer their time and donate funds and supplies to the South Olive Elementary School. Students and classrooms are always in need of everything from pencils and art supplies, to paper and notebook binders. Funds donated are also used to help students in need of lunchtime meals and food supply. Please help our local neighborhood elementary school students in any way you can! 

Tree Replacement

SENA has launched a tree planting and tree replacement initiative along South Olive Avenue, from Southern Blvd. to Arlington Rd. In the last 20 years, many of the original trees planted when South Olive Ave. was narrowed and reduced to two lanes, have been lost to hurricanes or disease. SENA is endeavoring to restore the beauty of the original tree-lined street by filling-in where trees have been lost and replacing trees that are damaged. More trees along South Olive Ave. means cleaner air, lower temperatures, increased property values, slower traffic speeds and more places for our feathered-friend’s to nest and perch! 

Thanksgiving Turkey Giveaway

Thanksgiving is just around the corner! Traditionally, SENA has participates in “Feast for Families” by adopting South Olive Elementary, our neighborhood school, by helping to fund a Thanksgiving turkey for the families of their students in-need. Last Thanksgiving, SENA collected donations to cover the cost of the 30 turkeys requested! SENA has once again pledged our support for the South Olive Elementary School Feast for Families. Any donation to help pay for the cost of Thanksgiving turkeys will be much appreciated! 

Annual General Membership Meeting

SENA Members and southend residents will not want to miss SENA’s Annual General Membership Meeting featuring a “State of the City” address by Mayor Keith James. In addition to providing all the “behind the scenes” activity that has led to the explosion of new and exciting growth in our City, Mayor James will be highlighting the specific projects and new developments in store for the southend and our neighborhood. S. Flagler repaving, the improvements planned for Phipps Park and South Olive Park, updates on 8111 S. Dixie and adjacent Palm Coast Plaza, and the anticipated opening of the new municipal golf course and clubhouse. This is the time and place to hear it first-hand and ask questions! October 13, 2022, South Olive Elementary School Cafeteria. 6:30 PM. (Doors open at 6:00 PM)