Do you have address numbers on your home which are clearly visible from the street? It is vital that our first responders are able to find your location as quickly as possible. In the event of an emergency, every second counts.
Chapter 70-56 of the North Port City Code details the requirements and standards of properly displayed house numbers. In addition to added safety, address numbers on your home have the added bonus of helping the pizza delivery person when you’re tired after all of your holiday baking.
Our Property Standards Divisions role is to ensure the health, safety, and welfare of all North Port residents and are here to help. If you have any questions regarding the details of the assigned numbers code, please give us a call at 941-429-7186.
Did you know archery is one of the oldest arts still practiced today? Learn proper techniques and explore archery opportunities in North Port. Parents, grandparents, and adults are welcome. All equipment is provided.
Age: 8 and up
Fee: $25 for the session
Time: 9-9:45 a.m.
Date: 1/5, 1/12, 1/19, 1/26
Location: George Mullen Activity Center, 1602 Kramer Way
For more info, call Parks and Rec at (941) 429-PARK.
Okay, so it was a bit of a rainy morning, but that didn't stop us from cutting the ribbon at the Boundless Adventures Playground! Located within the Garden of the Five Senses, we celebrated the park that has fun for all kids of all abilities. Check it out at 4299 Pan American Boulevard. Lots of staff time, community input and thoughtful decisions went into getting this park up and running. Get out there and play, North Port! #playisimportant
Eight new officers joined the ranks of NPPD this morning at a swearing in ceremony. Officers Francisco Aleman, Daniel Boileau, Jarred Fegan, Sergio Presiga, Jim Shields, Eric St. Jean, Charles Mopps, and Kaitlyn May. They're ready to honor the badge they've earned, while protecting and serving the residents of North Port. Congratulations to all. If you see them out and about, please give them a warm welcome.