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Orange County’s Debris Removal Map Goes Interactive

Improved map allows residents to check progress at street level

Orange County GovernmentOrange County, Fla. – As the removal process for debris left by Hurricane Ian continues across Orange County, Public Works and the County’s contractor are releasing an interactive map for residents to check the progress of debris removal in their neighborhood.

This map includes a search bar where residents can enter their home address and see when their street is scheduled for first-pass completion.

Streets are color-coded to make it easy for citizens to quickly identify areas where the contractor has already completed a first pass. Benchmark dates are also provided for neighborhoods to indicate when the contractor is expected to complete its first pass in those areas.

Streets that have seen a first pass and have been substantially cleared are blue. Streets where the contractor is scheduled to complete a first pass by November 4 are yellow, and areas where the contractor is expected to complete a first pass by November 21 are orange.

Orange County’s debris removal contractor projects that most County maintained roads and residential areas will be substantially cleared by Thanksgiving.

To access the map, click this link: FL_Orange_County_Dashboard (

About Orange County Government: Orange County Government strives to serve its residents and guests with integrity, honesty, fairness and professionalism. Located in Central Florida, Orange County includes 13 municipalities and is home to world-famous theme parks, one of the nation’s largest convention centers and a thriving life science research park. Seven elected members make up the Board of County Commissioners, including the Mayor, who is elected countywide. For more information, please visit or go to Orange County Government’s social media channels.

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