Last Stand has been organized to promote, preserve, and protect the quality of life in the city of Key West, the Florida Keys and their environs, with particular emphasis on the natural environment.
Key West City Manager Jim Scholl has been directed to investigate the feasibility of developing a sports field complex at Little Hamaca Park. Last Stand has historically supported the conservation use of the park. One section is designated as White Crown Pigeon Park...read more
Last Stand has been protecting the Keys and it's environs for 30 years. It's time to celebrate! But, we also want your support in our efforts. With its dedicated volunteer board, Last Stand has evolved over the years. We encourage you to become involved and tell us...read more
The City of Key West is holding a Workshop meeting Wednesday June 21st, 5:30 PM at City Hall, 1300 White Street. The public is asked to give their three minute comments, ideas and solutions to issues ranging from parking garages and shuttle and bus transportation to...read more
Last Stand has written Rep. Carlos Curbelo supporting his stand on the United States participation in the Paris Climate Agreement: I am writing to encourage you to continue to oppose the administration's policies that ignore the facts relating to climate change. I...read more
This August, the Board of County Commissioners will meet in Key West to consider a request to change the land use category of the property known as the "Shrimp Farm" on Summerland Key. Neighbors were vocal in opposition at the Planning Commission meeting where the...read more
Here is the text of the letter Last Stand sent to Governor Scott requesting that he intervene on the 4/28/17 Executive Order that would open areas of the Gulf of Mexico and South Atlantic to oil and gas drilling leases: I am writing on behalf of Last Stand, urging you...read more
Last Stand Action Alert
Last Stand is concerned about the impact of unmanaged residential growth and unsustainable tourism on hurricane evacuation, our residential quality of life and our environment. Review the documents below for more information on this topic.