Welcome To Greater Fullerwood

Greater Fullerwood is the neighborhood just north of the nationally acclaimed Florida School for the Deaf and the Blind, where Ray Charles received his formal music education. Fullerwood has community spirit. The neighborhood has a thriving community garden and a playground. The mission of the volunteer-based neighborhood association is to create awareness and appreciation of our history, preservation, archaeology and cultural resources. We seek to promote pride and unity through annual neighborhood events, meetings, and social activities. We encourage citizen participation in all issues affecting our neighborhood and the City of St. Augustine.

Get Up to Date News & Notes For Greater Fullerwood

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Welcome New Neighbors!

August 18, 2020

If this were a normal year, we would have an in-person neighborhood meeting that many of you would attend to check out who we are and what we do. Because we can’t meet safely right now, we’d like to reach out to you virtually and hope you would like to be part of our neighborhood association. At the beginning of […]

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Naming the Fullerwood triangle

August 5, 2020

The naming of our neighborhood park triangle at the intersection of Rainey Ave, East Park and Bay View will go before the City Commission at the August 10 regular meeting. Public Works Director Reuben Franklin will present the recommendation for the name “Herbie and Annette Wiles Park.” After the commission approves the resolution, it will be effective immediately. Click on […]

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Fullerwood Historic District Information

July 29, 2020

Did you know your Fullerwood Park home may be listed in the National Register of Historic Places? Perhaps you have noticed the Fullerwood Park Historic District marker at the corner of San Marco Ave and Macaris St. With a grant from the City of St. Augustine and the help of Dr. Leslee Keyes, the Greater Fullerwood Neighborhood Association worked to […]

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