The City of Orange City is participating with AM 1230/1490 for a series of “Focus” broadcasts, the first episode aired on Tuesday 3/29/2016 and includes Police Chief Peter Thomas and Fire Chief Ronnie Long as the guest speakers.
Click here for Episode 1 (3/29/2016) – (MP3)
The City of Orange City, Florida is accepting sealed bids from qualified Contractors for the following Project:
ITB B017-0-2016/DRS, Orange City Lift Station Retrofit and Lift Station On-Call Services.
Bid details are available for download at www.demandstar.com or www.ourorangecity.com.
There will be a MANDATORY pre-bid meeting on … More..
Winter Wonderland was the landslide winning Christmas Parade theme, taking 56% of the votes!
The Music and Magic of Christmas was a distant second, with 17%. Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree and Bright Lights, Christmas Delights followed with 16% and 11%, respectively.
Thank you to all who participated in voting … More..
The City of Orange City is currently looking for one (1) individual interested in serving on the City’s Historic Preservation Board for the remainder of a two year term to expire on July 25, 2019. Individuals appointed to this board seat serve in a non-paid capacity. The Historic Preservation Board … More..
The Florida Department of Transportation is starting a resurfacing project along State Road 472 (SR 472) between the Martin Luther King Jr. Beltway and Graves Avenue on Monday, July 18.
The project includes milling and resurfacing of the travel and turn lanes along SR 472, as well as the entry … More..
A public information workshop will be held on Tuesday, July 19, 2016 at 6:00 pm at the Orange City Council Chambers (201 N Holly Ave) regarding the Blue Spring Nutrient Reduction Project Mill Lake Phase 3A (cleaning and replanting of the lake water body and shoreline).
The workshop will cover:
Orange City’s water system has been in need of rehabilitation for some time now. Thanks to the “Water Quality Improvement Program” initiated in 2015, rehabilitation is underway.
Carpenter Avenue–and other small streets connecting to it– was the first area that warranted rehab. The antiquated pipe along Carpenter Ave was a … More..