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City of Orange, Texas Hurricane Harvey DR-4332 Individual Mitigation Grant Projects

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Non-essential City of Orange Offices – CLOSED

All non-essential City of Orange offices will be closed Thursday, September 19, 2019, due to rainfall amounts and flooded roadways. Citizens are urged to monitor local news media and official social media outlets for current information.

City officials are continuing to monitor the current weather situation and will post information when available to Facebook at Orange Texas Gov and online at www.orangetexas.net.

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Tropical Depression Imelda – #3

Tropical Depression Imelda – #3

The City of Orange Office of Emergency Management is closely monitoring Tropical Depression Imelda. According to the National Weather Service – Lake Charles, our region could see an additional 5 to 10 inches of rain this morning.  Rain is expected to lighten up later this afternoon.

At this time, the City of Orange has not experienced any major flooding other than the normal low lying areas, such as intersections.  City staff urges all citizens to stay indoors and only travel if necessary.  If you notice water over the roadway, turn around.  Do not drive through high waters.

Additional updates will be posted when available to facebook at Orange Texas Gov and online at www.orangetexas.net.

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Tropical Depression Imelda – #2

Tropical Depression Imelda – #2

The City of Orange Office of Emergency Management is closely monitoring Tropical Depression Imelda. According to the National Weather Service – Lake Charles, our region could see an additional 6 to 12 inches of rain through Thursday and is at risk for flash flooding throughout the evening. Be alert for flooded roads during periods of heavy rain, especially at night when it is harder to recognize flood dangers.

Pay close attention to the news media and official social media outlets for current information.

Additional information will be posted as needed to Orange Texas Gov and www.orangetexas.net.

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Tropical Depression Imelda – #1

The City of Orange Office of Emergency Management is closely monitoring Tropical Depression Imelda. According to the National Weather Service – Lake Charles, our region could see an additional 4 to 10 inches of rain through Thursday and is at risk for flash flooding. Be alert for flooded roads during periods of heavy rain, especially at night.

As a precaution, Orange County will have sandbags available at the following locations:

Precinct 1: Maintenance barn located on North Hwy 87 at North Teal
Precinct 2: 11897 State Hwy 62 in Mauriceville directly across from Market Basket on Hwy 62
Precinct 3: County Maintenance barn located on 2502 West Roundbunch Road
Precinct 4: County Maintenance barn located on 375 Claiborne Street

Pay close attention to the news media and official social media outlets for current information.

Additional information will be posted as needed to Orange Texas Gov and www.orangetexas.net.

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City Hall Grand Opening Ceremony

The City of Orange is excited to announce the grand opening of Orange City Hall, located at 812 N. 16th Street.  Members of the community are invited to attend the grand opening ceremony of Orange City Hall on Thursday, September 12, beginning at 4 P.M. 

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