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Orange County Sheriff's Office warns of fake FEMA application fee
The Orange County Sheriff's Office has received reports of residents being asked for an "application fee" for FEMA or insurance reimbursement. This is a SCAM!
Alert: Most Orange County parks are reopening
Orange County Parks and Recreation continues to evaluate its facilities and locations to reopen safely to the public. At this time, (most) Orange County parks and programs have reopened.
After Hurricane Ian: How to protect against mosquito-borne illnesses
With the flooding produced by Hurricane Ian, the FDOH in Orange County reminds residents and visitors of the importance of protecting themselves against mosquito-borne diseases. 
Updating Hurricane Ian News: Orange County Public schools remaining closed on Monday; trash collection resumes
The Orange County Public School District announced that all its schools would be closed on Monday, while the Orange County Government announced it would resume trash collection on Monday.
Orange County updates its trash collection schedule
Residential curbside garbage, recycling, yard waste, and large item collections in unincorporated Orange County have stopped. No service will be provided Thursday, Sept. 29.
Apopka, Orange County announce emergency schedules for sanitation and other services during Hurricane Ian
The City of Apopka and Orange County Government have announced their emergency schedules during the period Hurricane Ian is active in the area.

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DOH: How to build an emergency supply kit for Hurricane Ian
As Hurricane Ian approaches, the Florida Department of Health in Orange County wants to ensure you and your family are prepared. We encourage you to start gathering your supplies now.
Weather Alert: OCPS closing schools Wednesday and Thursday
Beginning on Wednesday, September 28th, all schools and facilities will be closed, and extracurricular activities will be canceled through Thursday, September 29th. 
Weather Alert: Tropical Storm Watch issued for Orange County
A tropical storm watch is now in effect for Orange County. Residents are encouraged to stay prepared and continue to monitor the latest weather updates.
Corridor of the Year is not just about beautification
On Saturday, October 1st, a group of independent judges will score five different corridors in District 2 for the Annual 2022 Corridor of the Year Contest.
Hurricane Prep: Sandbags available in Apopka, Orange County
The City of Apopka and Orange County Government are giving its residents the opportunity to acquire sandbags in preparation for what could be a significant rain event.
Protect your health, get your flu shot
Getting the flu shot yearly is important and recommended for everyone six months and older, including pregnant women.
Who will win Corridor of the Year?
Corridor of the Year Corridor safety and blight is probably the issue I hear the most about as your county commissioner. Speeding and distracted drivers are generally the biggest cause of accidents.
Orange County crosses 200 Monkeypox cases; over 2,300 in Florida
A total of 2,300 cases of monkeypox have been reported in Florida since the beginning of the year. Most are still in South Florida, but Orange County has reported more than 200 infections.
Orange County launches interactive transportation projects dashboard ahead of November vote
Voters will be asked whether they want to approve a one-cent sales tax increase that would be a dedicated funding source to address transportation needs across Orange County.
Monkeypox vaccination appointments still available this week in Orange County
Through the DOH-Orange website, there are plenty of vaccination appointments available. The appointment system opens up at 8:30 a.m. Monday through Friday.
Recycling Daze: What goes where?
Sometimes the very word recycling can cause residents to glaze over, because some may assume the recyclable item will ultimately end up in the correct pile, even if disposed of at home incorrectly. …
2nd Annual Maternal and Child Health Summit coming to Orange County
The Florida Department of Health in Orange County, with the Healthy Start Coalition of Orange County, is hosting a FREE Maternal and Child Health Summit.
Rental aid is coming to Orange County residents
We at the Board of County Commissioners have worked very hard over the past several weeks to determine the best way to provide relief for renters.
Monkeypox vaccinations reach 3,200 in Orange County
Through the DOH-Orange website, there are plenty of vaccination appointments available. The appointment system opens up at 8:30 a.m. Monday through Friday.
Vision Zero - Reducing traffic fatalities in Orange County
Each year, more than 40,000 people are needlessly killed on American streets. Unfortunately, our culture has considered traffic deaths and severe injuries inevitable.