College Park

The College Park Neighborhood Association is proud to have served the Residents of College Park since 1996. Our mission has always been to provide a forum for Residents to share information, concerns and ideas relevant to maintaining the unique and historic character of the neighborhood we all share. Our goal is to protect and improve the neighborhood by building strong relationships among neighbors, our neighborhood merchants, our City government, local law enforcement and other Neighborhood Associations throughout the City of Lake Worth.

Unique to College Park is the naming of each street after prominent American colleges and universities. From Wellesley to Maryland; from Holy Cross to Vanderbilt, and from Carolina to Notre Dame, each block of College Park is home to families and friends united in the effort to honor and preserve our historic status and together, plan for our future in this wonderful neighborhood we can always be proud to call our home.

Boundaries: College Park extends from the east side of Dixie Highway to the Lake Worth Lagoon and from the north side of Wellesley Drive to Spillway Park and the C-51 Canal.

Meetings: College Park Neighbors meet quarterly at the Beach Club located at the Lake Worth Golf Course, One Seventh Avenue North. Meetings start at 6pm.

Monday, March 21, 2016
Monday, June 20, 2016
Monday, September 19, 2016 (Postponed until October 6th, location to be announced.)
Monday, December 5, 2016

Membership: Open to all residents of College Park. 
Annual dues are $25 per person or $50 per household.

2016 Board of Directors:
John Pickett, President
Scott Eller, Vice President
Kim McEvers, Secretary
Mary Lindsey, Treasurer
Wes Blackman, Director
Rick Dytrych, Director
Charlotte Keshian, Director


Email: collegeparkboard@collegeparklakeworth.com 

Click Here for the College Park New and Replacement Banner Facebook page

Click Here for the College Park Neighborhood Wide Neighborhood Watch Facebook page

Click Here for the complete 2013 College Park Neighborhood Survey Report and Analysis