Latest Information on Coronavirus (COVID-19)

City of Orange City responds to coronavirus (COVID-19) Effective March 16, 2020 at 6 p.m., Orange City Mayor Gary Blair declared a State of Local Emergency within the City of Orange City, in accordance with the Declaration of Emergency by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, in response to conditions caused by the COVID-19 virus. City Hall and Other Administrative Offices are Available by Appointment Only The City of Orange City continues…

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Current Road Work Locations

S. Holly Ave, from E. Blue Springs to E. Cherokee Ave, is open to local traffic only until further notice due to Roadway and Streetscape Construction. E. Graves Ave, from Oak to 17/92, remains closed for approximately 2 months to continue the Holly Avenue Streetscape, Drainage and Utility Improvements. Detour signs will be out. For questions about this road closure, please call 386-775-5472.

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SAFE Women’s Self Defense Class

SAFE classes are free and taught by certified instructors and are open only to women.  Participants must be at least 15 years old; participants under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.  Classes are two hours long. There is no charge to attend.  Each class is a public event and photos will be taken. When All SAFE classes are cancelled until further notice.  Where Orange City Council…

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Brighten Up Orange City – The City of Orange City is upgrading all of our streetlights to LEDs!

Duke Energy will be updating our antiquated high pressure sodium (HPS) streetlights to the more energy-efficient light-emitting diode (LED) fixtures over the next six to eight months.  This upgrade will help reduce our energy usage, carbon footprint and greenhouse gas emissions!  If you have any questions concerning this upgrade, please call us at (386)775-5432 or email cdavis@ourorangecity.com   Why are LEDs better than the existing streetlights? LEDs are more energy…

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Water Quality Update

Orange City Residents and Business Owners, We have great news! The results from the most recent TTHM samples, taken 1/23/20, are all below 80 ug/l. This means we are not required to submit an Operational Evaluation Level (OEL) which is required to notify the State of Florida of any steps the City of Orange City is taking to reduce TTHM levels. The compliance calculation is based on a running year…

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Keep Orange City Beautiful

Saturday, April 4 8 am to 11 am Coleman Park, 210 E Blue Springs Ave, Orange City, FL Keep Orange City Beautiful is pure community. It’s part of an initiative that joins West Volusia citizens, businesses and government agencies together for a day of environmental awareness, celebration and regional activism. This year’s event welcomes all families, businesses and communities of West Volusia to Coleman Park on Saturday, April 4th to…

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