The City of Orange City is hosting a public workshop to discuss the preliminary design plans of the West French Avenue sidewalk project. Construction proposes 5,503 linear feet of sidewalk 5’ in width between Valentine Park and Carpenter Avenue and approximately 1,500 feet of 5’ bike lane on the north side of West French Avenue.
The workshop will be held on April 27, 2017 in the City Council Chambers at 201 East Graves Avenue, Orange City, Florida, starting at 6:00 … Read More.
A representative from the Bureau of Project Management of St. Johns River Water Management District visited Mill Lake on April 11. City staff gave a tour of the project and reviewed aquatic plants that were added to the northern and northwestern areas of Mill Lake. The sequence for installing the remaining features to improve water quality in the lake, such as aeration bubblers, a fountain and other options to make the lake clearer, was also reviewed. The visit went very … Read More.
Housing discrimination isn’t just unfair –it’s against the law. If you feel that you’ve been denied the sale, rental or financing of a home because of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, familial status or disability, report it to HUD or your local fair housing center.
For information about fair housing, please click on the link below.
On January 26, 2017, a Community Breakfast was held in the Orange City Council Chambers. The goal of the breakfast was to disseminate information about the proposed Homelessness Day Center, to be located in DeLand and operated by the Neighborhood Center, to the local churches and civic organizations. The PowerPoint presented at this meeting can be found below.
Click here to download the PowerPoint (PPT) file
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 4 (1/31/2017) – (MP3)
Click here for Episode 3 (11/29/2016) – (MP3)
Click here for Episode 2 (8/30/2016) – (MP3)
Click here for Episode 1 (3/29/2016) – (MP3)
The City of Orange City will begin clearing the vegetation around Mill Lake on Monday, November 28, 2016 as the first step in a nutrient reduction process for improving water quality in the
Blue Spring Basin. Workers will be present between the hours of 7:00 am – 6:00 pm Monday through Friday. The City is very excited about the future of Mill Lake Park.
(Mill Lake Park will be open for normal operating hours)
For more information,
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