Located in Central Florida, northeast of Orlando, Little Creek is a premier community just minutes from the University of Central Florida, Rollins College, great schools, several large corporate headquarters, and a wide variety of entertainment venues. If you are looking for an outdoor adventure, Oviedo is just a short drive from the St. John’s River, Tosohatchee and Merritt Island National Wildlife Refuges, the Kennedy Space Center and the Gulf Coast. Our neighborhood even has a beautiful nature walk and conservation area.
Little Creek is in the Seminole County School District, which is ranked fourth in Florida. Carillon Elementary and Hagerty High School are both A-rated and within walking distance, as is Seminole Community College’s new Oviedo campus. The University of Central Florida (UCF) is a ten minute bike ride away and its new football, basketball, baseball and other entertainment venues make diverse entertainment opportunities a short distance from the house.
The greater Orlando area is known throughout the world for its collection of theme parks including Walt Disney World®, Sea World®, and Universal Studios®. Millions of visitors and local residents alike have enjoyed Central Florida’s fine restaurants, arts and culture, fishing and boating, beautiful golf courses, and the invigorating nightlife.
Notice from the Board
Residents are warned not to leave valuables or interesting items in vehicles, make sure car doors are locked, and to not leave garage doors open for long periods of time. There have been more than a few incidents of cars circling the streets to scope out open garage doors resulting in ‘snatch and run’ thefts. Any incident, no matter how small, whether items are stolen or not, should be reported to Oviedo Police so they know where to increase patrols of either marked or unmarked police cars.
Finally, we have been asked to inform our residents that vehicles parked in driveways which encroach or block the sidewalks are subject to $40.00 fines. Oviedo Police and their Community On Patrol vehicles are placing one-time warnings on vehicle windshields but repeat offenders will be fined each and every time their vehicles violate this code.