Welcome To Spanish Quarter

As recently as the late 60’s, the historic district or The Spanish Quarter as it is known today, was a vibrant residential community with a main street and businesses. Today, The Spanish Quarter is businesses with a few remaining residents. The small enclave of residents located near the corner of Cuna and Spanish St., along with a few other homes, is all that remains of residential living in The Spanish Quarter.

The Spanish Quarter Neighborhood Association is a not- for- profit group of residents and businesses in HP-3 and portions of HP-2. We are organized to promote the heritage and preservation of our historical neighborhood. There are no dues or fees. All of our operating expenses and charitable giving are from donations and the generosity of our neighbors, local businesses and friends.

Get Up to Date News & Notes For Spanish Quarter

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Candidate Forum Video

October 23, 2022

The 2022 City Council Candidate Forum was held October 19th with both candidates for seat 4 and both candidates for seat 5 of the city council in attendance. The video can be seen at the link below. Candidate Forum Video   

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Spanish Quarter welcomes The Florida Historic Trust

October 31, 2020

On October 16, The Florida Historic Trust for Preservation participants were welcomed by Ron Mickler, President of the Spanish Quarter Neighborhood Association when they visited with Menorcans descendants living on Spanish Street. The English Governor Patrick Tonyn allowed Menorcans to settle this area when he granted them asylum. Spanish St., Cuna St. and several other streets became known as Little […]

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