Those interested must pre-register by emailing their request to the City Auditor and Clerk’s office by 5 p.m. on the Thursday prior to each meeting.
We want to honor the members of our community committed to bridging divides across racial, ethnic, religious, sexual orientation, socioeconomic, and physical and mental ability groups.
As the City of Sarasota prepares to start its new roundabout project, we'll be kissing the Unconditional Surrender statue goodbye—at least temporarily. Before we do, we want to see your photos of the downtown landmark (selfies encouraged!).
We're committed to telling the stories of Sarasota's Black community.
Each month, winners will be recognized on our site, and the Community Foundation of Sarasota County will donate a grant in the child's name to a local nonprofit of their choice.
He also plans to re-open nursing homes to visitors; the facilities have been closed since mid-March due to the pandemic.
The chamber also named Liz Stamoulis its Young Professional of the Year.
Listening to Black Voices
Pilot was the first Black female principal player in a major symphony orchestra.
Reports of September's slowness have been greatly exaggerated.
And thanks to a matching grant through the Community Foundation of Sarasota County, the $25,000 gift could become $50,000.
Michelle Desveaux McLean brings more than a decade of experience in fundraising, community relations, volunteerism, marketing and event coordination.
On the Road
Their passion project took four hours every day for a year.
The eastern Gulf is considered a "golden trophy" for the oil industry.
Kane embodied and shaped the Sarasota we know today.
The order also extends the city’s temporary street closure program through September in order to allow additional space for outdoor dining.
Children First provides year-round early childhood education for approximately 900 children and their families.
Hugh Culverhouse Jr. was moved to make the gift after the passing of civil rights icon John Lewis; scholarship recipients will be recognized as John Lewis Scholars.
Residents who have been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic and have experienced unemployment or underemployment may apply for rental assistance to prevent eviction.
In his new role, Ryan Lieberman will be tasked with expanding the company's latest development, The Floridian Club, across Florida and potentially into other states.
Elizabeth Power will serve as deputy director/operations manager and Michael Salimbene as executive assistant/program coordinator.