Experiencing discolored water?

Why is my water discolored? Old pipes in the distribution system were found to be damaged by minerals (i.e. iron) and lack of unidirectional flushing.  Minerals like iron are not harmful but they can cause discolored water. Will the pipes be replaced? From 2015 thru 2019, the City spent about $9…

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Orange City Mask Ordinance Update

On Friday, September 25, 2020, Governor Ron DeSantis issued Executive Order 20-244 placing Florida in Phase 3 of the State’s reopening plan. Following the guidance provided in the Executive Order, the City of Orange City will not issue any fines to individuals related to non-compliance with the local mask ordinance…

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Orange City launches historic district walking tour

The Orange City Historic Preservation Board recently launched the first phase of their latest project, a walking tour of Orange City’s historic district, powered by the app “Clio – Your Guide to History.” The Historic Preservation Board, a volunteer citizen advisory board that is responsible for the development of programs…

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What to Flush?

 Important reminder! Cleaning/disinfectant wipes, facial tissues, disposable gloves, and paper towels all go in the garbage. Please prevent sewer backups. Only flush toilet paper and human waste.  Here is a simple truth, sewer systems were designed to handle two things — human waste and toilet paper. Flushing anything else down the toilet…

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Lawn and Landscape Watering Restrictions

Saving Florida’s water resources is a vital responsibility that will take everyone’s participation to be successful. Water conservation may seem unnecessary in a state surrounded by water, but not all of that water is available for drinking or irrigation. One of the most important ways to help meet our water…

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