The primary goals of the Brownfield Redevelopment Act (links to Statutes) are to reduce public health and environmental hazards on existing commercial and industrial sites that are abandoned or underused due to these hazards; create financial and regulatory incentives to encourage voluntary cleanup and redevelopment of sites; derive cleanup target levels and a process for obtaining a “No Further Action” … More..
Is your home ready for hurricane season? If you meet income-eligibility requirements and need upgrades to improve your home’s wind resistance, you may qualify for Volusia County’s Wind Hazard Mitigation Program.
The program can pay for hurricane coverings for windows and doors, gable-end tie-downs and upgraded garage doors. The maximum award per household is $10,000.
Funding can be used only … More..
We have recently seen a large increase in populations of mosquitoes produced in containers
– buckets, tires without rims, tarps and bromeliads, among others. The mosquitoes that emerge
from these containers are not only a nuisance but they have the ability to transmit diseases such
as Chikungunya and Dengue virus. To learn more, visit the More..
Starting Monday, June 16, 2014, Orange City offices will be open:
Monday -Thursday: 7:30 am to 5:30 pm
Friday: 8 am to 5 pm
Enhancing customer service is a top priority in Orange City. We hope these extended hours Monday through Thursday will benefit our citizens.
Development of the property adjacent to Mill Lake (at the corner of E. Blue Spring Avenue and S. Holly Avenue) has begun to make the area the City’s newest park.
Orange City received a 50% match funding for Phase I of construction through a Volusia County ECHO grant. Phase I construction will include restrooms, picnic pavilions, an entry feature, landscaping, … More..