Umatilla, Nature's Hometown, is located in northern Lake County, Florida and offers many outdoor activities such as boating, fishing, camping and hiking. Nearby Alexander Springs features the southern end of the Florida Trail, an unpaved hiking trail 60 miles long. The population of Umatilla is 3,658.
City Hall operations have moved from the north side of City Hall to the south side (Community Building side) in the rear (east side) of the building.
Signs have been placed to direct visitors to the new location.
The City of Umatilla is a proud partner with Lake County's North Lake Business Opportunity Center (BOC). The BOC offers a wealth of programs, training, and other resources for entrepreneurs and business owners. Contact the BOC by telephone at (352)605-4575 or visit their website at www.lakeboc.com.
“Umatilla is a growing, family oriented, rural community that fosters safe and wholesome living with a focus on education and recreation while acknowledging the unique and historic ecosystem of our environment.”
The Umatilla Merchants Group holds the "Evening on the Avenue" event quarterly on the second Saturday of March, June, September, December. Participating merchants extend their business hours to 8:00 p.m. and provide refreshments and entertainment. A percentage of sales is donated by the merchants to a local non-profit youth group. Past receipents have been the Umatilla High School Band and the Boys and Girls Club of Umatilla.
For More Black Bear Festival information visit the Chamber website at http://www.umatillachamber.org/BlackBearFest/index.htm
Festival Partners: City of Umatilla, Umatilla Chamber of Commerce, U.S. Forestry Service, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission, Defenders of Wildlife, Florida Black Bear Scenic Byway and Lake County.
Contact the Umatilla Public Library at (352)669-3284 for more information or to have your yard sale listed on their map.
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