Orange City’s emergency debris removal contractor, DRC, will begin the second pass to pick up vegetative yard debris on city maintained streets beginning Monday, October 24, 2016. Please make sure storm debris is stacked (not bagged or in bins) and placed curbside or in the right-of-way by 6 a.m. on … More..
Notice to Orange City Residents
Orange City Utilities will begin the planned quarterly flushing throughout the City on Thursday, October 20, continuing through Friday, October 28.
Auto flushers will be activated between the hours of 6 pm to 6 am.
Quarterly flushing is performed to maintain water quality.
For any … More..
Individual Assistance from FEMA is now available for residents in Volusia County who sustained damage from Hurricane Matthew to their primary residence or have losses not covered by insurance or are under-insured. The Individual Assistance declaration from FEMA also includes Flagler, St. Johns and Putnam counties. Joint local, state and … More..
Obsolete pipe are scheduled to be replaced throughout the City. The first area to be rehabilitated is shown on this map. The rehabilitation to these areas will take about 4 months. Construction is scheduled to start next week.
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Too many absences-excused or unexcused-can keep students from succeeding in school and in life. How many are too many? 10% of the year–that’s 18 missed days or 2 days a month–can knock students off track.
Parents, getting your child to school on-time, every day, unless they are sick, is something … More..
The rainy weather our area recently experienced has brought ideal breeding grounds for mosquitoes, especially the kind that can carry mosquito-borne illnesses such as Zika, Dengue Fever, West Nile Virus and others. Fight mosquitoes by following these simple steps! … More..