Accepting Bids for Construction of the Blue Spring Nutrient Reduction

The City of Orange City, Florida is accepting sealed bids from qualified licensed contractors for ITB B061-0-2018/DRS – Construction of the Blue Spring Nutrient Reduction – Holly Avenue Streetscape, Drainage and Utility Improvements. This is a grant funded project utilizing State Revolving Funds (SRF) and obligated through a Florida Department of Environmental Protection Agency Agreement. Bid details are available for download at ww.demandstar.com or www.orangecity.com. There will be a non-mandatory pre-bid…

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Accepting Bids For Colin’s Dream Skatepark Design and Construction

The City of Orange City, Florida is accepting sealed bids from qualified licensed contractors for RFP P052-0-2018/DRS – Design and construction of Colin’s Dream Skatepark at Coleman Park, Orange City. This project is partially funded through a Volusia County ECHO grant. Bid details are available for download at www.demandstar.com or www.orangecity.com. There will be a non-mandatory pre-bid on Monday, October 22, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. Bids are due on Thursday, November 15,…

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Notice of Public Workshop

The City of Orange City is hosting a public workshop to discuss the preliminary design plans of the W. French Avenue Shared-Use Path project. Construction proposes 3,205 linear feet of trail, 12 feet in width from the existing Spring-to-Spring trail head at Blue Spring State Park to the entrance of Valentine Park, which includes a pedestrian bridge over the FDOT railroad. The workshop will be held on October 24, 2018…

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Façade Improvement Grant Program Opens Oct 1st

Proposed projects within the CRA area are eligible to receive a one-to-one dollar match for structural improvements made to the exterior façade of the building. The maximum eligible amount for each project is fifty percent of the total eligible costs, not to exceed $5,000. Click here for more information or view complete flyer here (PDF)

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Important Information about your Drinking Water

Notice of Violation – Disinfection by-products (Trihalomethanes – TTHM) The City of Orange City’s Public Water System (PWS) requires testing for certain disinfection by-products in our drinking water. Disinfection by-products are the result of applying chlorine to the finished drinking water to kill off any remaining potentially harmful bacteria and viruses making this water safe for consumption. However, the chlorine added to protect you from harmful bacteria and viruses present…

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