County News

Tech Sassy Girlz Hosts FemSTEM Robotics Event

Dozens of young girls gathered in Orlando to get inspired and learn more about robotics and science at the FemSTEM Robotics event in November....

Monitoring COVID: Wastewater Surveillance is an Effective Method

Orange County continues to remain diligent as it monitors for upticks and downswings in COVID-19 rates, including any of the virus’s new variants. Since...

Orange County Pediatricians Agree: COVID-19 Shots for Younger Children Safe and Effective

With younger children now eligible to get at COVID-19 vaccination, Orange County Government is making sure the experience is safe and comfortable for the...

Going Digital: Procurement Office Introduces New eProcurement Software

Orange County Procurement Office has transitioned to an eProcurement Software Solution platform called OpenGov Procurement intended to make the County’s procurement, contracting and purchasing...

Human Resources Communications Team Wins State and National Awards

The Human Resources Department at Orange County Government is currently on a roll with winning numerous “excellence” awards for its outstanding work in communications....

Division of Building Safety Training Program Helps Homebuilders Pass More Inspections

Thanks to a program called “Project Superintendent,” Orange County’s Division of Building Safety is offering training opportunities for those who want to learn more...

Orange County Recognized as a National Leader in Digital Initiatives

It’s no secret Mayor Jerry L. Demings, Orange County has been proactive in greenlighting initiatives that streamline delivery of government services. That includes encouraging...

“Well Done” Grilling Safety Tips this Labor Day from Orange County Fire Rescue

Labor Day was founded more than a century ago to celebrate the hard work and achievements of American workers – and that’s worth celebrating...

College Kids Help Keep Elementary School Students Covered – Orange County Donates 10K Face Coverings to their Efforts

While schoolchildren begin in-person classes this week, masks are required. Some local college kids are helping keep our Orange County kiddos covered through a...