Delaney Park is the name of a neighborhood just south of Downtown Orlando; it takes its name from an Orlando park of the same name. The neighborhood is (roughly) bordered by the north side of Kaley St., the east side of Delaney Ave, the south sides of Gore & Briercliff are the northern borders, and Lake Lancaster is the eastern border.
Click on the image for a full-size version (Acrobat/PDF) – the Delaney Park Neighborhood is the area shaded in light green and the city park is the dark green in the upper left.
Still not sure if you are living in the Delaney Park neighborhood? Luckily, the City of Orlando has this handy Neighborhood Locator on their web site — just enter your street address and you find information on your neighborhood, your district, waste/recycling pickup schedule, and a virtual cornucopia of other information.
The Delaney Park Neighborhood Association is a voluntary social and support group for our residents. Our primary concerns are with the quality of life and safety of our neighbors. We are not a Home Owner’s Association with mandatory dues, nor do we make, control, or enforce rules and regulations for residents.
All residents of the Delaney Park neighborhood are welcome to join, whether you are a homeowner or tenant.
The Orlando City Park
The park itself is one of Orlando’s oldest designated parks and was originally known as “Duckworth Park”. The park is 7.25 acres of oak-shaded and open areas, ball fields, tennis courts, playgrounds, and picnic facilities. For official information about the park itself or to inquire about rental facilities at the park, click Parks Department.