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Orange County Utilities sending out water testing notices
All samples taken since have been properly processed as required. The water treatment processes did not change; subsequent samples affirm the safety and quality of the drinking water.
Florida Department of Health in Orange County encourages regular screening for cervical cancer prevention
 During Cervical Health Awareness Month, the Florida Department of Health in Orange County (DOH-Orange) encourages women to visit their health care provider to be screened for cervical cancer, …
Orange County Library System celebrates 100 years of community service
On November 8th, 1923, the Albertson Public Library opened its doors for the first time on the corner of Rosalind and Central where the Orlando Public Library is now.
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Orange County completes hurricane debris removal process
Since early October, the County’s debris removal contractor has collected roughly 355,000 cubic yards of debris.  The storm season generated enough debris to fill 107 Olympic size swimming pools.   
Building affordable housing strategically is key to regenerating older neighborhoods
We must build affordable housing near services such as public transit, shopping, medical services, quality educational facilities, etc.
Celebrate a Special Valentine’s Day at the Courthouse
The ceremony is held outside in front of the beautiful courtyard steps outside the iconic Orange County Courthouse in downtown Orlando for up to 30 couples.
DOH: One in five Florida homes have elevated levels of radon
Residents are encouraged by the DOH in Orange County to take action to protect their homes and families from the dangers of radon exposure during National Radon Action Month.
Affordable Housing, Economic Development and Public Safety highlight Mayor Demings' priorities for 2023
When Orange County Mayor Jerry L. Demings gave his Oath of Office speech on December 6, 2022, he outlined some key focus areas for Orange County in 2023.
The long-awaited Orange Technical College - Apopka Campus will honor local icon
The people have spoken! The new Orange Technical College - Apopka Campus, opening in 2023, will be dedicated to Dr. Shirley Sharpe-Terrell. A "servant leader" who passed away in December 2021.
Regenerating Older Communities: How you can take part
Why are some suburbs more successful than others in attracting redevelopment? What are the roles for the for-profit, non-profit, and public sectors to play, as well as the grass-roots stakeholders?
Buyer Beware: The importance of hiring licensed contractors and avoiding unpermitted work
During the recovery period from a major storm, reports of unlicensed building activity and unpermitted work generally increase. Don’t fall victim to individuals that may try to take advantage of you.
Orange County 311 a Calming Voice Before, During and After Hurricane Ian
When Hurricane Ian wrought havoc on much of the Florida peninsula, many Central Florida residents turned to Orange County 311 and its dedicated team of knowledgeable operators.
Despite hurricanes and COVID, 2022 Orange County Mayor’s Holiday Toy Drive a huge success
Donations to the drive were distributed to Orange County Neighborhood Centers for families and 12 local charity organizations, including OCPS Kid’s Closet and Wraparound Orange.