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Advocacy For Residents, Education and Preservation


Seniors meet Wednesdays

Know a senior who could use a day out of the house and a little social time? Sheryl Graham, senior director of Monroe County Social Services, said Upper Keys residents 50 and older are welcome Wednesdays from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at St. James the Fisherman, mile marker 87.5 bayside.

Monroe County's services include homemaking, personal care and meals -- whether fresh food to be turned into meals or ready-made meals that can be cooked in a microwave.  Or just some time with others.

The Key Largo Center for senior gatherings closed during Covid-19 and likely won’t open until August, Graham said, but a senior can start meeting other seniors at St. James. Call 305-292-4510 or visit the link above for more information.

Our vision

To enhance the community of Islamorada by preserving the quality of life of the residents as well as the beauty and vitality of the native ecosystems and to stop any further degradation of our community from over-development.

Mission statement

To provide the Islamorada residents with information about events occurring in our community that will impact our quality of life, preservation of our native ecosystems, land development, lawful and transparent governance.


Your tax deductible donations allows the ICA to keep you informed about important events that will impact and help protect our quality of life, our neighborhoods, property values and native ecosystems. Your donations make this possible and are most appreciated.

Contact Us

Islamorada Community Alliance

P.O. Box 1507

Tavernier, FL  33070-1507

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