Welcome to Englewood, Florida, and the surrounding area. The site has grown over the years and become quite large. In addition, the area is always in a state of change and we pride ourselves on keeping the site as current as possible. The date you see at the top of the page tells you when the last changes were made.
Keep coming back to this site because we are constantly updating it with new features, places and photographs of events that have taken place.
of the Guide gives you information about relocating, the Englewood Community Hospital, the Chamber of Commerce , the Libraries , the Arts and the Clubs.
Page Two of the Guide provides information on the beaches of Englewood, the turtles and their nests, how to get here and links to the nearest airports.
The EVENTS button, takes you to a list of upcoming events
Whether you are
planning a vacation
, looking for a
, exploring a
to an area that is safe for your children and has opportunities for growth, or a "second home" where you can escape the winter weather and enjoy time on the beach, then Englewood, Florida could be the perfect place for you. Check out the
section to find out what to see and do within a 1 hour driving distance, which is not only a help to visitors to this area but also reminds the full time residents of places to visit locally. Included in this section is a link to the movies currently being shown in Venice and Port Charlotte.
Search through this site and see what Englewood has to offer. It may just be one of the best decisions you will make.
We have re-designed the website to provide the readers with, hopefully, an easier to use interface. Some of the items have been redistributed but can be accessed through the navigation bar across the top of the page. When you hover over the navigation bar you will see the sub-directories associated with that title.
Auctions50 Dave Weller Auctioneer License Numbers: AB3143 AU4716
Halloween Safe Walk on Dearborn Street 2017.
Once again the weather cooperated nicely with us cooling down a bit and remained dry. Trick or Treaters of all ages turned out in droves to strut their stuff and collect candy from the Dearborn Street merchants.
The dinosaur paraded with an "elderly gentleman" carrying a sign " I dug it up".
There were lots of other costumes which you can view on the Halloween Safe Walk page simply by clicking HERE.