Women’s Self-Defense Awareness Program

The Orange City Police Department is hosting a new self-defense awareness program for women. Classes will be held monthly with the July class scheduled for Saturday July 7, 2018 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM at the Orange City Council Chambers located at 201 N. Holly Avenue. Spots are filling up quickly. Self- Awareness and Familiarization Exchange or S.A.F.E. is a unique course designed to provide women with personal safety…

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ROAD CLOSURE NOTICE: W Blue Springs Ave

A city contractor will be performing utility work on the water distribution system on W Blue Springs Ave, which is the reason for the road closure. This work will take approximately two (2) complete work days to complete. The closure will still allow access to local traffic and a detour will be provided. Provided below is the traffic detour map. The approximate start date of the utility work is June…

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The City of Orange City is accepting sealed proposals for RFP P042-0-2018

The City of Orange City is accepting sealed proposals for RFP P042-0-2018; Cooperative Disaster Debris Hauling Services: The City of Orange City, in cooperation with the City of DeBary and the City of Lake Helen are accepting sealed proposals from qualified contractors for disaster debris removal, reduction, disposal and other emergency cleanup services following a disaster event. This solicitation by the CITY will result in the selection of three or…

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Tell the TPO! A Community Transportation Survey

The River to Sea Transportation Planning Organization (TPO) wants your input as they plan transportation improvements for Volusia County and parts of Flagler County. All responses received by 6/30/18 will be eligible to enter a drawing for a three day/two night hotel mini-vacation. Take the survey here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/R2CTPO_Allebach For Spanish, click here: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/R2CTPO_Allebach_sp To learn more about the TPO, visit their website here: https://www.r2ctpo.org/

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Hurricane Preparedness

Residents should take action during Hurricane Preparedness Week Now that we are into May, it’s important to start thinking about hurricane season, which begins June 1. Last year Volusia County experienced its second hurricane in less than a year when Hurricane Irma struck Sept. 10. More than 4,800 homes, businesses and government facilities were impacted at a time when many people were still recovering from Hurricane Matthew. Hurricane Preparedness Week…

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