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Featured Stories

Orange County Solutions are Making Pine Hills Roads Safer for Everyone

In early August, the Orange County Board of County Commissioners voted to adopt Vision Zero, an effective method of eliminating all traffic fatalities and severe injuries by focusing on designing safer roadways. Pine Hills, a thriving community that has seen impressive growth over the past decade, is one of the first areas of focus...

Magnolia Park Opens New Eco Education Center Building

Nearly 100 visitors recently came to Orange County Parks and Recreation’s Magnolia Park to celebrate the addition of new amenities along the east shore...

Fight the Bite: Orange County Prepared for Mosquito Season

With the hot, rainy afternoons upon us, residents should take comfort in the fact that Orange County Mosquito Control is working to keep mosquito...

Helping Local Residents Realize the Dream of Home Ownership: Orange County Down Payment Assistance Program

In 2006, Casey Moran was a single woman making $40,000/year in Orlando. She was working for a large construction company in its IT department....

Community & Services

Magnolia Park Opens New Eco Education Center Building

Nearly 100 visitors recently came to Orange County Parks and Recreation’s Magnolia Park to celebrate the addition of new amenities along the east shore of Lake Apopka. Mayor Jerry L. Demings, District 2 Commissioner...

Helping Local Residents Realize the Dream of Home Ownership: Orange County Down Payment Assistance Program

In 2006, Casey Moran was a single woman making $40,000/year in Orlando. She was working for a large construction company in its IT department. Barely able to make ends meet with expensive rent, Moran...

Orange County Utilities Recognized with Prestigious J.D. Power Award

Top marks in their category for conservation, communications, billing & payment, and pricing Orange County Utilities accepted an award from J.D. Power for Best Customer Satisfaction across Southern, midsized water companies. Based on customer surveys that track several key metrics, the awards recognized Orange County Utilities for its communications, conservation efforts, customer service, pricing,...

Public Health & Safety

Orange County Solutions are Making Pine Hills Roads Safer for Everyone

In early August, the Orange County Board of County Commissioners voted to adopt Vision Zero, an effective method of eliminating all traffic fatalities and severe injuries by focusing on designing safer roadways. Pine Hills,...

Fight the Bite: Orange County Prepared for Mosquito Season

With the hot, rainy afternoons upon us, residents should take comfort in the fact that Orange County Mosquito Control is working to keep mosquito populations manageable and curb the spread of mosquito-borne diseases such...

Cleaning the Drains: Orange County Public Works Preps for Hurricane Season

Orange County Public Works is currently inspecting the County’s primary and secondary drainage systems, which include canal systems, retention ponds and subdivision street inlet pipes, and is also checking drainage wells and pump stations as needed. Specifically, any and all blockage to drainage systems (such as vegetation or sediment) is being removed, and drainage...

Business

Mayor Demings Delivers 2022 State of the County Address

On June 10, Orange County Mayor Jerry L. Demings welcomed citizens and community leaders to the 2022 State of the County address at the Linda Chapin Theatre inside the Orange County Convention Center. “This...

2022 Orange County Regional Economic Summit: Three Things You Need to Know

The annual Orange County Regional Economic Summit, hosted by Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings, in collaboration with the Orlando Economic Partnership, was held on Thursday, April 21, 2022, at Full Sail Live in Winter...

How to Control Invasive Species

Invasive species occur throughout Florida’s landscape in many forms, including plants, animals and insects. They can be aggressive and sometimes out-compete Florida’s native species. When these species take over natural areas, local wildlife is impacted due to loss of food and nutrition resources. For plants, invasive can have higher growth rates, fewer diseases and...