The Park at East Altamonte

The Park at East Altamonte

A quaint community park with open space for recreation and relaxation along with two reservable pavilions, which are named in honor of Altamonte Springs native and former U.S. Representative Alcee L. Hastings.

Location: 1085 Amanda Street, Altamonte Springs, FL 32701

Park Rules

  • No Alcohol
  • No Bicycles or Scooters
  • No Skateboards or Inline Skates
  • No Grills

Pavilion Reservations & Park Rentals

The park pavilions are available to rent for private events. Visit the Facility Rental webpage for more information.

The park is also available to rent for public events. For more information, contact the Events Management Division at (407) 571-8851 or

Adopt-a-Brick Program

The City of Altamonte Springs invites you to participate in The Park at East Altamonte Adopt-a-Brick Program. It’s an exciting way to leave your mark and be a part of Altamonte history.

Purchase an engraved brick as a lasting tribute and wonderful way to memorialize a loved one, honor a family member, commemorate a special occasion or recognize an organization or business. Your personalized message becomes a lasting gift.

A portion of the funds raised from program sales support the Evergreen Cemetery’s history and preservation. Keep the spirit of community thriving with your East Altamonte Brick Adoption!

For assistance in ordering a brick, contact the City at:

  • (407) 571-8184

Alcee L. Hastings Pavilions

Your custom bricks will be placed around both Alcee L. Hastings East and West Pavilions. Space is limited and bricks will be placed on a first-come, first served basis. Once allotted space is filled, the City can no longer accept new orders.

Evergreen Cemetery, Inc.

The Evergreen Cemetery was established in the 1890s by Laura and William Brawner as a final resting place for black slaves. The first pioneer trustees of the cemetery were George W. Cook, L.W. Fountain, S.E. Jones, W.E. Merritt, William M. Jones, John W. Ford, K.G. Gray and John Daniel Merritt.

Today, Evergreen Cemetery stands as a historic African American place of rest and peace. Your purchase of a brick at The Park at East Altamonte will help fund current and future goals to continue the restoration and dignification for all resting on this historic land.