A beautiful sunny day on St. Francis street.
The old town feeling that we all love and enjoy with a picturesque blue sky in the background.
A carriage tour on a sunny spring afternoon is a common site in Old City South.
The colors look straight out of a painting. The lovely Prince Murat House (c.1790) on Bridge and St. George Streets.
Palm Row - an inviting stroll down a palm lined, brick paved street.
The oldest house in America's oldest residential neighborhood. One of the many historical treasures in Old City South
We are so glad you’re visiting our website. Come explore our neighborhood association and Old City South, America’s oldest residential neighborhood.
The Historic Architechural Review Board will meet this month and several of the properties on the agenda might be of interest to the neighborhood. See agenda here.
St. Augustine Will Plant Trees In Front Of Homes For Free By BILL BORTZFIELD • 16 HOURS AGO ShareTweetEmail A view of Downtown St. Augustine as seen from the western base of the […]
Thanks to Susan Fajen we have some pics of our very successful first outing of the 2021 social calendar. Hope everyone enjoyed the event and will enjoy some of the […]
The Social Committee has released their 2021 Calendar to help bring the neighborhood out of the Covid doldrums. Come out and join your neighbors.
David Birchim will be our special guest for an OCSNA Q & A forum via Zoom on February 11 at 6pm concerning the Sebastian Inland Harbor PUD. The Sebastian Inland […]
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Geographic Boundaries:North: King Street | West: Cordova StreetSouth: Hedrick Street | East: Matanzas River
Old City South Neighborhood Association seeks to represent the beautiful historic St. Augustine area & America's oldest residential neighborhood. Get involved, become a member, and/or explore our great resources.
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Mailing Address:OCSNAPO Box 484,St. Augustine, FL 32085