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Vote on April 5!

Vote on April 5!

Interested in Running? Nomination petitions to run for Town Council are currently available for pick-up at the Town Clerk's Office (50 Vasquez Road). They are due back to the Town Clerk's Office by 5 p.m. on January 24, 2022. When is Election Day? Polls will be open in Town Hall, 50 Vasquez Road between 7 […]

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Winter Park 101

Winter Park 101

Have you ever wondered what it means to be a Town Council member? Or how departments and elected officials work together? Well, we’ve got the answers! The Town of Winter Park is excited to host the Winter Park 101 program, a three-night event to share how the local government operates and how citizens can run […]

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It's time to register Short-Term Rentals!

It's time to register Short-Term Rentals!

New this season, short-term rental owners are required to register their units before listing on VRBO, AirBnB or other similar sites, as outlined in the Short-Term Rental Policy. This new policy is similar to policies of most mountain communities throughout the state, and with Winter Park's growing size, it is important to regulate how many […]

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short term fix

The Short-Term Fix

The Town is introducing a new program this year called The Short-Term Fix. This program aims to temporarily address some of the housing needs in our community by incentivizing short-term rental property owners to convert their properties into long-term leases (six or 12 months). The properties will be available to employees of local businesses, who […]

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Winter Park's Future Project FAQs

There's been a lot going on lately in the Town, and we know you might have a few questions! We've put together a brief FAQ page to help you understand more about what annexation is and why it's happening. What are the steps for a new project in Winter Park? If the property proposed for […]

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The Latest Crosswalk Additions

The Latest Crosswalk Additions

You may have noticed a few changes at crosswalks along Highway 40 lately. We've recently installed three rapid repeating flashing beacon (RRFB) crosswalks. These beacons can increase pedestrian safety along the Highway 40 corridor by alerting drivers that someone is crossing the street. To use the crosswalks, press the button on the pole to activate […]

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