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Welcome to Alafaya Woods Community Site
The community of Alafaya Woods is located within the city limits of Oviedo, in the southeast corner of Seminole County, Florida. Conveniently located near the University of Central Florida, Seminole Community College and the Reformed Theological Seminary, residents of Alafaya Woods also benefit from some of the finest "A"-rated public schools in Central Florida. Oviedo, once listed among the fastest growing cities in the country, is easily accessible from the Greeneway (State Road 417) and boasts choice restaurants, varied shopping establishments, a multiplex movie theater and the Oviedo Marketplace Mall. Some of the finest public parks in Seminole County are located in Oviedo, including a state-of-the-art skate park, Olympic-size swimming facility and sports complex. The Cross Seminole Trail is just the place to do it. You can access the trail in Oviedo at the intersection of 434 and 426.
For more information on the trail go to www.co.seminole.fl.us/trails/trails_crosssem.asp.
All this and more make the location of Alafaya Woods and the over 2,200 homes therein a most attractive place to live.
Alafaya Woods is a covenant controlled subdivision governed by the elected Board of Directors of the Alafaya Woods Homeowners' Association. The Association is a Florida registered not-for-profit corporation. If you own a home in Alafaya Woods you are automatically a member of the Homeowners' Association.
The City of Oviedo has a new downtown develop planned. The first phase is to begin the fall of 2007.
The Alafaya Woods Home Owners Association held a park and shoreline cleanup on 3 March 2013. The cleanup event was organized in response to the planning of the renovation of the park and the debris left by weather systems over the winter. In the coming months some of the playground equipment will be replaced due to age. During the cleanup event, most of the trees hanging over the tennis courts were trimmed reducing the amount of leaves and acorns on the courts making it a safer playing surface. Also, more than 100 pounds of trash was picked up along the shoreline and in the water. Most of the debris was water bottles, aluminum cans and plastic bags. It is important to keep Alafaya Woods clean and presentable making our neighborhood a welcoming place to live. Another cleanup event will be planned over the summer months.
A special THANKS! to the following residents for volunteering their time in keeping Alafaya Woods a better place:
Sam and Carol Richards
Bill and Terri dumas
Chris and Lisa Karel