Historic Town of Eatonville, Florida

On August 18, 1887, only ten years removed from Reconstruction (1863-1877), a group of twenty-seven Negro men (led by Joe Clark) convened with the purpose of founding, what would turn out to be, the first incorporated African American settlement community in the United States. Eatonville, the town born on that day, was named for a White man, Josiah Eaton, who served as mayor of the neighboring town of Maitland from which most of the future Eatonville residents originated.

The Town of Eatonville is the oldest municipality in America.  Eatonville is a town rich in black history, tucked away just north of the City of Orlando and home to a little over 2,000 people.

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Eatonville Post Office

332 E. Kennedy Blvd.
Eatonville, FL 32751

Eatonville Safety Bldg.

11 People Street
Eatonville, FL 32751

38th Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Parade

          Jan. 17 (Sat.) through Jan. 19, 2015 (Mon.)

For more detailed information about this upcoming event,
please call Nattacha Wyllie at 407-623-8913 or email her
at nwyllie@townofeatonville.org

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