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The City of Orange Planning & Zoning Commission has cancelled the meeting scheduled for Tuesday, December 5, 2017 @ 5:30 PM, as no applications were received.…
The City of Orange offers a variety of opportunities for citizens to give back to the community and help positively impact the future of the City by serving on a board or commission. The City of Orange periodically has openings for the following boards and commissions:
• Board of Adjustment
• Citizens Advisory Committee
• Civil Service Commission
• Convention and Visitors Bureau Advisory Board
• Economic Development Corporation
• Historic Preservation Board
• Housing Authority Board
• Library Advisory Board
• Planning and Zoning Board
Those who wish to apply for an opportunity to serve on a board or commission are required to submit an application for consideration and MARK ALL THE BOARDS AND/OR COMMISSIONS that you are interested in serving on. Please download an application from the City of Orange website, www.orangetexas.net, or request an application by contacting the City Secretary at 409.883.1042.
Please return applications to the following address:
P.O. BOX 520
ORANGE, TEXAS 77631
(OR: FAX TO: 409.883.1096 / EMAIL TO: TANDERSON@ORANGETX.ORG)…
DEBRIS REMOVAL UPDATE:
Debris removal contractors are finishing up the second and final round of debris removal within the City of Orange. HAZARDOUS WASTE REMOVAL will begin soon, City officials ask that citizens please be patient as we work to remove these products. Hazardous waste includes paint and stains, cleaning supplies, pesticides, batteries, oil, and lawn chemicals.
As a reminder, private contractors and/or homeowners are responsible for the removal of new construction debris as a result of the rebuilding process.…
The City of Orange Zoning Board of Adjustments Commission will not have a meeting on Tuesday, November 21st, 2017 because no applications have been made.…
FINAL PICK-UP UNDERWAY:
As a follow up to previous debris removal updates, City officials would like to remind residents to ensure they have all of their debris placed to the right-of-way for the final pick-up by the debris removal contractor.
As of November 13, 212,000 cubic yards of debris have been removed from the City of Orange.…