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The Apopka Voice publishes a weekly arrest report that includes arrests, crashes, calls for service, and traffic citations. This report is for the week ending May 11th. more
"When Apopka’s application was returned to the county a few weeks ago, while extremely well written and documented as to its benefits, there was a much larger request for $13 million. I have never seen a smaller municipality receive this large one-time grant." more
The 4th of July in America is filled with patriotic pride, fireworks, delicious food, and fun outdoor activities. A great celebration honors our country's history and traditions and provides an opportunity to create lasting memories with loved ones. more
To apply, citizens can complete a Career interest Survey or visit one of the eight Community Centers across Orange County. more
The Apopka Voice publishes a weekly burglary report from the Apopka Police Department that includes reported burglaries of businesses, residences, and vehicles.  more
Emancipation Day is an important reminder of the struggle for freedom and equality in the United States. It is a time to reflect on the progress that has been made and the work that still needs to be done. more
Seniors and special needs residents require extra care, especially during a hurricane, flood, or tornado. Crafting an easy-to-understand action plan that works for a family’s unique needs is important. more
In case you missed it. The Apopka news week in Review includes five articles that shaped the City... all in one place, including details on a plane making an emergency landing and a bank robbery. more
Well-maintained trees can shield homes during severe weather. With the 2024 hurricane season starting June 1st, Orange County urges homeowners to proactively protect their property before blustery weather blows into town. more
This program provides low-income seniors (60+) with air conditioner replacement, service or system upgrades. more
It was a "breaking news" kind of day in Apopka on Wednesday, with a single-engine plane performing an emergency landing on an Apopka road in the morning and a bank robbery on Rock Springs Road in the afternoon. more
May in Orange County features Mother's Day, Memorial Day, Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, and Hurricane Preparedness. more
Census Bureau data shows that in 2021, nearly half of U.S. veterans were 65 years or older, compared to about 17% of the general population. more
The Apopka Voice publishes a weekly arrest report that includes arrests, crashes, calls for service, and traffic citations. This report is for the week ending May 4th. more
According to the APD report, at approximately 12:40 pm, Apopka Police Officers responded to a Bank Robbery at the Fifth Third Bank, located at 1495 Rock Springs Road. more
Officers from the Apopka Police Department responded to a report of an airplane crash  in Apopka this morning. more
It's time for Code Enforcement, the Apopka City Council, and the RSR Homeowners Association to push back on the Golf Group with the authority and leverage it possesses. more
"We broke up into three teams to better discuss the tactics Deland employed. We discussed who could be responsible for similar improvements. We learned Deland was intentional about collaboration." more
New data released shows Florida’s average teacher pay dropped from being ranked #48 in the nation last year to #50 in the latest study. more
The Apopka Voice publishes a weekly burglary report from the Apopka Police Department that includes reported burglaries of businesses, residences, and vehicles.  more
On Monday, April 15th Hilary Patricia Ramos Acosta, a 26-year-old Hispanic female, departed her residence on East Lisa Lane in Apopka. She was located on May 7th. more
"I could never have imagined what Deland looked like today after beginning its revitalization in 1985." Orange County Commissioner Christine Moore's two-part series on the transformation of Deland. more
In case you missed it. The Apopka News Week in Review includes six articles that shaped the City... all in one place, including details on a new housing development coming to Apopka. more
Is Apopka about to experience an apocalypse? Are college kids learning how to defend themselves against zombies starting to make sense? Are Preppers beginning to sound like pragmatic realists? more
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion programs are essential for creating a more equitable and just society. However, implementing these programs in the United States has been challenging. more
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