Monarch City USA Butterfly Garden

Monarch City USA, a nationwide organization, recently named Orange City as a Monarch City.  This means Orange City is committed to preserve and grow the dwindling monarch butterfly population. The monarch population has plummeted with nearly a billion vanishing since 1990. Monarchs are critical to nature because they pollinate plants, helping grow many foods humans and animals rely upon. Orange City’s butterfly garden was revealed on August 28 at Dickinson…

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Orange City’s Monarch City USA Designation 

Wednesday, August 28 at 4 pm Dickinson Park, 120 East Graves Avenue Monarch City USA, a nationwide organization, recently named Orange City as a Monarch City. Join us as we celebrate Orange City’s commitment to preserve and grow the dwindling monarch butterfly population. The monarch population has plummeted with nearly a billion vanishing since 1990. Monarchs are critical to nature because they pollinate plants, helping grow many foods — including…

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Watering Restrictions

We would like to remind all residents, including those who live in city limits, to follow the countywide watering ordinance, which states: – People who live at odd-numbered addresses may water on Wednesdays and Saturdays. – People who live at even-numbered addresses may water on Thursdays and Sundays. – Businesses may water on Tuesdays and Fridays. – Each zone of your irrigation system may be watered no more than one…

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Water Quality Improvements and Fire Protection

Water Quality Improvements and Fire Protection  The City’s Water Quality and Fire Protection project is near completion.    Areas OC9, OC10, and OC12 (see map for areas) are under design and permitting.  To-date, Orange City has installed 54,438 linear feet of new pipes, 58 new hydrants, and 117 new water valves.  These improvements assist with water system pipe isolation during main breaks and flushing.  Since beginning these improvements, customer complaints…

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