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In observance of the Christmas holiday, the City of Orange will be closed on Tuesday, December 24th and Wednesday, December 25th. Much like Santa, the City of Orange Police and Fire Departments will be working to see who is being naughty or nice. There will be NO sanitation service on Wednesday, December 25th, Christmas Day. Residents with Wednesday and/or Thursday service are asked to place their containers out on Thursday and note, if your can is not serviced on Thursday, it will be serviced on Friday, December 27th. The City of Orange will be open for business on Thursday, December 26th.
For the New Year’s holiday, the City of Orange will be closed on Wednesday, January 1, 2020, and again the City of Orange Police and Fire Departments will be working. There will be NO sanitation service on Wednesday, January 1st. Residents with Wednesday and/or Thursday service are asked to place their containers out on Thursday and note, if your can is not serviced on Thursday, it will be serviced on Friday, January 3rd. The City of Orange will be open for business on Thursday, January 2nd.
The City of Orange wishes you and your family Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays, and Happy New Year.
In observance of Thanksgiving, the City of Orange will be closed on Thursday, November 28th and Friday, November 29th. Both the police and fire departments will be working to keep us safe.
There will be NO sanitation pick-up on Thursday, November 28th, Thanksgiving Day. WASTE MANAGEMENT WILL BE SENDING AN EXTRA TRUCK OUT ON FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 29th. WE ASK ALL RESIDENTS THAT NORMALLY RECEIVE SERVICE ON THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, PLACE THEIR CANS OUT FRIDAY MORNING (29TH). ANY RESIDENTS THAT DO NOT RECEIVE SERVICE ON FRIDAY, WILL BE RECOVERED ON SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 30TH.
On behalf of everyone at the City of Orange, we hope you and your family have a wonderful Thanksgiving, and we will be open for business again on Monday, December 2nd
In June of 2019, the City applied for GLO CDBG-DR 4332 Infrastructure funds that would support Hurricane Harvey infrastructure recovery projects within the City. At that time, the City’s application listed the following projects:
|CDBG-DR Project||Internal Project #|
|Coopers Gully Channel (Phase 2)||CDBG-DR 4332-1|
|West Side Water Distribution||CDBG-DR 4332-2|
|Fire Protection Equip – HC Pumper||CDBG-DR 4332-3|
|Fire Protection Equip – HC SAR Vehicles||CDBG-DR 4332-4|
|FM 105 Box Culverts||CDBG-DR 4332-5|
|Turrett Water Storage Tank||CDBG-DR 4332-6|
|Meeks Water Storage Tank||CDBG-DR 4332-7|
|Fire Protection Facilities – Old Station #3||CDBG-DR 4332-8|
|CDBG LMI Acquisition||CDBG-DR 4332-9|
After reviews from the GLO, we have determined it is the best interest of the City to remove the Fire Protection Facility project 4332-8 from the application. This was a storm rehabilitation project for old fire station 3. These funds are to be shifted to the West Side Water Distribution Project 4332-2.
In accordance with the City’s Action Plan this change is being submitted for public review for the required fourteen (14) days.
- AMENDMENTS TO ANNUAL ACTION PLAN
- The City/ORHC shall amend its Annual Action Plan whenever a substantial change occurs in activities.
- Substantial change to the Action Plan shall be defined as elimination of an activity; addition of an activity not previously included; revision of an activity, which will drastically change the purpose, scope, location or beneficiaries; or a change in the project cost by 50% or more.