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All non-essential City of Orange offices will be closed Monday, January 21, 2019, in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. There will be regular garbage pick-up on this day.
Regular City business will resume on Tuesday, January 22, 2019.
The City of Orange Emergency Management Officials met this morning to evaluate the potential risk of flooding as a result of the release of water from the Toledo Bend Dam. Through ongoing communications with the Sabine River Authority, we will continue to monitor the situation and post advisories as they become available to the City of Orange Facebook page (Orange Texas Gov) and KOGT.
Individuals who participated in the survey concerning the appearance of 16th Street are invited to review the final survey results at the link provided below. The following responses will help the City of Orange in making decisions that impact 16th Street between Green Avenue and Interstate 10.
The City of Orange will hold a public workshop concerning the
appearance and safety of 16th Street on Tuesday, November 27 at 6:00
P.M. at the Orange Public Library in the
Ira Williamson Meeting Room. During the meeting, property owners along
16th Street from Green Avenue to Interstate 10 are invited to make
comments and present ideas on how to make the area cleaner, safer and
more inviting to residents and visitors.
For additional information, please contact Interim City Manager, Kelvin Knauf, at 409.883.1055.
City of Orange will be hosting a Home Elevation Workshop in the Student
Center at Lamar State College-Orange, located at 407 Green Avenue, on
Tuesday, November 20, from 6:30-8:00 P.M. This workshop will educate
City of Orange residents on grant-funded projects that will allow the
elevation of homes located within city limits to prevent future
flooding. Home elevation vendors and a grant manager representative will
be available at the workshop to answer questions and provide
information concerning different grant funding opportunities and
additional projects eligible under the grant funds.
For additional information, please contact the City of Orange Fire Department at 409.883.1050. Or Click the link below.