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
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Hi Neighbors! Well, this afternoon, I loaded up my Honda Pilot with portable tables, high tops, coolers, a few extra chairs and boxes of paper plates, plastic cups and plastic […]
“September 1, 2019 For Immediate Release St. Johns County to Open Evacuation Shelters and Issue Mandatory Evacuation for Zones A and B St. Johns County, Fl – Due to intensified […]
The 2nd and 3rd floors of the CoSA parking garage are now open for residents’ cars. As of 8:30 this morning the 2nd floor was already full. A number of […]
The City Commission is holding a special workshop on Vacation/Short Term Rentals this coming Wed, May 22 at 9am. The meeting will be held in the Alcazar Room. The Alcazar […]
Seven candidates have volunteered to serve on the Old City South Neighborhood Association. Here are short bios on each of the candidates: Gail Crocetta was born in upstate New York […]
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:OCSNA, c/o Burry Gowen5 Tremerton Street,St. Augustine, FL 32084