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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Orange City Memorial Tree/Bench Program

Orange City is pleased to announce The Memorial Tree/Bench Program, for those persons interested in donating a park bench or tree in memory of a loved one. A Memorial bench/tree is a great way to improve the quality of life within Orange City parks and make a long-lasting contribution to…

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Orange City LED Streetlighting Update

Recently, Duke Energy began updating our antiquated high pressure sodium (HPS) streetlights to the more energy-efficient light-emitting diode (LED) fixtures.  This upgrade will help reduce our energy usage, carbon footprint and greenhouse gas emissions and should be completed in the coming weeks. Please note that LEDs appear brighter than the…

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Volusia Business Resources COVID-19 Center

Volusia County’s Economic Development division is leading the effort, serving as the coordinator between cities and agencies, and has created a new website — VolusiaBusinessResources.com — to serve as a countywide source of assistance and incentive program information for businesses.  The website has information on federal, state, county, local, chamber…

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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,…

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