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Sunday, September 11, 3-6 pm
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Historic Floral Park


Upcoming Events

  • Neighborhood Night Out
    Tue, Aug 23
    Santa Ana
    Join us for an exclusive night out at the Green Parrot Villa across the street from the Bowers Museum. We have the whole restaurant to ourselves, so be sure to join the party and enjoy a delicious Mexican meal with friends and neighbors! Ticket sales are CLOSED for this event.
  • Red Cross Blood Drive
    Fri, Sep 09
    Santa Ana
    Every two seconds someone in the U.S. needs blood. It is essential for surgeries, cancer treatment, chronic illnesses, and traumatic injuries. Whether a patient receives whole blood, red cells, platelets or plasma, this lifesaving care starts with one person making a generous donation. Please give.
  • Neighborhood Mixer
    Sun, Sep 11
    The home of Sam & Shawna Nichols
    Welcome new neighbors and greet old ones at our annual Summer Neighborhood Mixer. Bring a potluck dish to share for 6 people. Beverages supplied. This is a family-friendly event with a bounce house for the kids.

               elcome to the place we call home, Floral Park. Located in the northern tip of Santa Ana, the Floral Park neighborhood is a community of more than 600 vintage homes, most of which were built from the 1920s through the 1950s. Recognized as one of Orange County’s most established neighborhoods, Floral Park is representative of a bygone era—one of gracious tree-shaded streets, abundant lawns and flowers, unique and stylish homes and, most importantly, friendly neighbors! Once blanketed by orange, avocado and walnut groves, the neighborhood features original farmhouses and the sweet smell of orange blossoms still fills the air.


The Floral Park Neighborhood Association actively works to preserve the character and beauty of the neighborhood and to provide a sense of community and tradition to its residents. Over 200 homes in Floral Park are on the Santa Ana Register of Historic Properties.


Since its inception, the Floral Park Neighborhood Association has remained steadfast in its goal to support local students and organizations. The Association’s by-laws mandate that a minimum of 15 percent of the net revenues generated by the annual Home and Garden Tour be allocated to scholarships and grants for Santa Ana students and non-profit organizations. The association has consistently donated more than that each year.


Floral Park was the recipient of two Neighborhood of the Year AwardS bestowed by Neighborhood USA, and rated the Number One Neighborhood in the Orange County Register’s Best of Orange County rankings.