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Orange County Soil and Water Conservation District Board member Raquel Lozano

Helping Enrich Natural Resources: New Orange County Soil & Water Conservation Board Member

As a new member of the Orange County Soil and Water Conservation District Board, 24-year-old Raquel Lozano is raring to go. Born and raised in Orlando, Lozano is the daughter of a Puerto Rican Army Veteran and a Mexican immigrant. Her parents, along with her grandmother, taught her the importance of civic duty, nurturing...

Phased Approach In Orange County To Easing Face Covering Mandate

Recently, the CDC issued new guidance on outdoor mask use for those who are fully vaccinated. If you are fully vaccinated and want to attend a small...

A Merge to Better Serve Residents: Orange County Code Enforcement Joins with Neighborhood Services Division

Orange County Code Enforcement, which works to maintain the quality of local neighborhoods, recently merged with Orange County Neighborhood Services, which also focuses on...

Orange County Government Hosts Virtual ‘Bring Your Child to Work Day’

Orange County had some of its youngest residents take part in a unique experience for the annual Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work...

Community & Services

Helping Enrich Natural Resources: New Orange County Soil & Water Conservation Board Member

As a new member of the Orange County Soil and Water Conservation District Board, 24-year-old Raquel Lozano is raring to go. Born and raised in Orlando, Lozano is the daughter of a Puerto Rican...

Orange County Mayor Joins Alex Rodriguez, Ciara in Boys & Girls Clubs Alumni Hall of Fame

Orange County Mayor Jerry L. Demings has been inducted into Boys & Girls Clubs of America’s Alumni Hall of Fame, an elite honorary that includes luminaries from across the nation in the fields of...

Orange County Government Hosts Virtual ‘Bring Your Child to Work Day’

Orange County had some of its youngest residents take part in a unique experience for the annual Take Our Daughters and Sons to Work Day, which was held on April 22, 2021. Participants were given an up-close look into the Orange County Regional History Center, Convention Center, Parks & Recreation, Public Works, Utilities, and...

Public Health & Safety

Phased Approach In Orange County To Easing Face Covering Mandate

Recently, the CDC issued new guidance on outdoor mask use for those who are fully vaccinated. If you are fully vaccinated and want to attend a small outdoor gathering with people who are vaccinated and unvaccinated, or dine...

High-Tech Forensics: Orange/Osceola Medical Examiner First to Use Virtual Anatomy Dissection Table

When the Orange County & Osceola’s District Nine Medical Examiner’s Office moved to its new facility on Michigan Street in 2009, the building was equipped with a room designed for a CT scanner, featuring...

Orange County Launches #IGotMyShot Campaign to Combat COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy, Build “Community Immunity”

Today, April 14, 2021, Orange County Government officials – along with representatives from the Florida Department of Health in Orange County, the City of Orlando, Orlando Economic Partnership, Visit Orlando, Walt Disney World, and Universal Orlando – revealed their “I Got My Shot” public safety campaign designed to debunk COVID-19 vaccine myths, highlight trusted...

Business

A Merge to Better Serve Residents: Orange County Code Enforcement Joins with Neighborhood Services Division

Orange County Code Enforcement, which works to maintain the quality of local neighborhoods, recently merged with Orange County Neighborhood Services, which also focuses on community improvement. The merger is part of the County’s plan...

Orange County’s Division of Building Safety’s Economic Incentive has Reduced Permit Costs and Spurred Activity During Pandemic

In May 2020, Orange County Mayor Jerry L. Demings challenged County staff to work with the development community to find out what type of assistance could help sustain and boost development activity during the...

Community Redevelopment Areas in Orange County | FAQs

Q: What is a Community Redevelopment Area (CRA)? A: A Community Redevelopment Area (CRA) is a special district within defined boundaries created to meet a specific need(s) within those borders (no certain size requirement). When a CRA is formed, monies can be set aside to support improvements such as infrastructure, social service programs, housing...