Flamingo Park is one of West Palm Beach’s historic neighborhoods. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, Flamingo Park features single-family homes built from the 1920s to today. Dozens of houses are characterized as mixture of Spanish Mission, Mediterranean Revival, Frame Vernacular and mid-century Ranch architectural styles. Many Flamingo Park homes feature hardwood floors, fireplaces, walk-in closets, French doors, open balconies, attics, cottages, garden views, Florida rooms, covered patios and large swimming pools.

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Flamingo Park is on Nextdoor!

Flamingo Park residents can now stay up-to-date about upcoming events, neighborhood news and more by joining our private community on Nextdoor.com. Nextdoor is a new online social network designed specifically for neighbors in a given community to meet and connect with each other. It's completely safe and totally free.

For those of you who can't live without your smart phone, there's also a very user-friendly Nextdoor app for iPhones and Android phones. You'll be able to read about neighborhood events, message your neighbors and more... all from your phone! 

To join our neighborhood community on Nextdoor, click on the link below. (You will be asked to verify your address.) See you online!


SAVE THE DATE: Holiday Historic Home Tour Returns 12/4/16

The Flamingo Park Holiday Historic Home Tour returns on Sunday, December 4, 2016, 5-8 p.m. Check back very soon for more details about this year's exciting event! 

Flamingo Park to Host Botanically Blissful Afternoon Garden Tour on April 3, Amid Downtown Neighborhood’s Historic Homes

Framed by picturesque streets lined with Mahogany, Coconut Palm, Southern Oak and Royal Poinciana trees, the Flamingo Park Historic District invites the community to come wander through 10 verdant gardens and indulge the senses with live music and delicious cuisine at the neighborhood’s biennial Historic Home Garden Tour, from 1 to 5 p.m. on Sunday, April 3, 2016.

Gardens on the tour surround Flamingo Park’s distinctive historic homes, most built in the 1920s in the Spanish and Mediterranean Revival architectural styles. Gardens range widely in style from formal and cottage gardens populated by lush tropical trees and plants, to native Florida landscapes, elaborate vegetable and herb gardens, and outdoor living spaces showcasing unique pools and inviting patios.


Each home on the tour is more of a destination on a 10-stop roving garden party, with live music performed by an impressive lineup of local musicians from many musical genres, and complimentary food and drink provided by some of West Palm Beach’s finest restaurants, including Sushi Jo, Serenity Garden Tea House, and the highly acclaimed new Italian bistro Grato.

As a special bonus for Garden Tour participants, the new multi-disciplinary art gallery and restaurant EMKO will open their lush garden patio as a “last stop” on the tour, serving tour guests coffee and dessert from 3 to 5 p.m.

Horticultural experts will be on hand at several homes to provide gardening advice and answer any questions visitors may have. For guests seeking an expert-led guided tour experience, this year’s Garden Tour will offer two such tours during the event. Larry Grosser, a retired environmental scientist and certified Master Gardner, will lead visitors on a tour exploring the many aspects of tropical fruit trees and produce gardening. Jeff Nurge, also a Master Gardener, will lead a tour focused on butterfly gardening and Florida native planting. Nurge is owner and founder of sustainable landscape consulting company Florida Native Gardening, as well as co-owner of Native Choice Nursery. These expert-led tours are both roughly one hour in length and available to interested Garden Tour guests for no additional charge. Due to limited space, participation is on a first-come, first-served basis.


The starting point for the tour is 720 Ardmore Road [view map], where tour goers can pick up tickets purchased online, along with their tour guide booklet. This is also the starting location for the expert-led guided tours. Tickets can also be purchased here on tour day for $40 with cash, personal checks or major credit card. Children are welcomed and child tickets (age 5-17) are $15 and must be purchased on tour day at the check-in tent. Since this event serves alcohol, guests age 21 and up will be issued a wristband. 

For your convenience, the check-in tent will open at 12:30 p.m., but all gardens will open promptly at 1.


Parking is free and readily available throughout the Flamingo Park neighborhood. Visitors who wish to park close to the check-in tent at 720 Ardmore Road are advised to park on adjacent Lake Avenue. Parking here is limited, so ample parking is also available in a large parking lot located on Florida Ave. at Westwood Rd. CLICK HERE FOR MAP It is only a 5-minute walk from this lot to the check-in tent at 720 Ardmore.

The tour route is easily and comfortably walkable. A free open-air electric mini-bus will also be available for guests wishing to ride between locations on the tour. The route will be provided in the tour booklet distributed to all guests at the check-in tent. 


Tickets for the 2016 Flamingo Park Historic Home Garden Tour include admission to all 10 neighborhood gardens (plus EMKO visit from 3-5 p.m.), optional participation in one or both of the expert-led walking tours, and all-you-care-to-enjoy food and drink. Tickets may be purchased at the check-in tent, located at 720 Ardmore Road.


Annual FPNA Board Election Set for March 29, 2016

This year’s annual meeting and election of directors is scheduled for Tuesday, March 29, 2016. In addition to the election of directors, we will have updates on neighborhood projects and area crime, as well as our annual report on finances and accomplishments.

Are you interested in running for the Board, or do you know someone who might be? It's a fantastic way to get involved and make a HUGE positive difference in your neighborhood! Click the link below to read more and download the PDF nomination form. All nominations are due by Feb. 18!


Flamingo Park Home Tour Featured in Florida Weekly

Flamingo Park's Historic Home Tour was recently featured in Florida Weekly's annual "The Best of the Palm Beaches" issue. The publication described our neighborhood's annual holiday event as the "Best Home Tour" in the region. From the homeowners who graciously open their beautiful houses each year to the intrepid band of volunteer coordinators who make the event come together, we are humbled and grateful!

Click HERE or on the image below to read the full text of the feature on Florida Weekly's website.

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