Registration open for Orlando Neighborhood and Community Summit

Registration is open for an upcoming Neighborhood and Community Summit that will be hosted by city of Orlando staff.

Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer will host the 17th annual Neighborhood and Community Summit on Saturday, April 2, at the Loews Royal Pacific Resort at Universal Orlando.

This year’s event will bring together more than 350 residents and community leaders to connect, learn and grow through a day of networking and workshops focused on building strong, vibrant communities and organizations.

To register, visit the City of Orlando Neighborhood and Community Summit website.

Residents who register by Friday, March 11 will receive a discounted registration cost of $20. Registration includes complimentary parking, continental breakfast, plated lunch and access to the Neighborhood and Community Summit’s general sessions, workshops and exhibitor hall.

For more information or to see a listing of the event’s agenda and workshop offerings, visit the Orlando Neighborhood and Community Summit website.

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