Orange County Government, Florida

Mayor’s Neighborhood Challenge


Neighbors and community groups help shape our quality of life and build our futures. Mayor Teresa Jacobs is launching a Neighborhood Challenge as a fun, free program to help residents and neighborhood groups join in friendly competition to drive our community toward a greener, healthier, and more involved future.

Three areas to compete:

  1. Community Involvement
  2. Green Practices
  3. Healthy Neighborhoods

Levels of Achievement

The Neighborhood scorecard is intended to be used to assess the community’s organization’s sustainable practices as well as a resource for gathering new ideas. Once registered, participating organizations may update their scorecards at any time, with the goal of increasing their scores throughout the challenge year.Start gathering points now for the 2016 Neighborhood Challenge. Points can be gathered from June 12, 2015 to June 12, 2016. Final awards and recognitions will be made at the 2016 Community Conference

Award Levels:

Levels of Achievment


Contact Us

Neighborhood Preservation & Revitalization Division
450 E. South Street, Suite 332
Orlando, FL 32802
Phone: 407-836-5606

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