Water Quality Improvements and Fire Protection

Water Quality Improvements and Fire Protection  The City’s Water Quality and Fire Protection project is near completion.  See the map for an in-depth look at what has been accomplished and what areas have planned improvements.  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…

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Women’s Self-Defense Awareness Program

The Orange City Police Department is hosting a new self-defense awareness program for women. Classes will be held monthly with the July class scheduled for Saturday July 7, 2018 from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM at the Orange City Council Chambers located at 201 N. Holly Avenue. Spots are filling up quickly. Self- Awareness and Familiarization Exchange or S.A.F.E. is a unique course designed to provide women with personal safety…

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Hurricane Preparedness

Residents should take action during Hurricane Preparedness Week Now that we are into May, it’s important to start thinking about hurricane season, which begins June 1. Last year Volusia County experienced its second hurricane in less than a year when Hurricane Irma struck Sept. 10. More than 4,800 homes, businesses and government facilities were impacted at a time when many people were still recovering from Hurricane Matthew. Hurricane Preparedness Week…

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What’s Up in West Volusia!

West Volusia Tourism Advertising Authority introduces What’s Up in West Volusia! A new series on the best of What to Do, Where to Eat and Where to Stay in West Volusia County, Florida. Episode 1, shown below, includes Orange City’s Blue Spring State Park and the Alling house. For more episodes of this insightful series, please visit http://visitwestvolusia.com  

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