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Collective Bargaining Fire Fighters Association

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Press Release #4

DEBRIS REMOVAL

As citizens begin to remove flood damaged debris from homes, city officials advise that debris due to flooding from Tropical Storm Imelda be sorted and placed curbside properly according to FEMA requirements.

Please place the debris to the side of the road in a manner that is NOT blocking the road in any way. The debris should be placed in the proper piles and also should be accessible for pick up with a grappling truck.

Any flood related materials that citizens may want removed from the area must be separated into four distinct categories. FEMA requirements for separation of debris and damaged material are as follows:

  • C&D Piles- construction and demolition materials
  • Vegetation – tree limbs, branches and cuttings
  • White Goods- refrigerators, stoves, washers, dryers, freezers, etc.
  • Hazardous Waste- paints, household chemicals, etc.
  • Electronics – Computers, radios, stereos, televisions, and other devices with a cord

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

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Waste Management – Routes Resume

City officials have confirmed that Waste Management will resume their residential and commercial routes, subject to accessibility, in the City of Orange on Friday, September 20, and Saturday, September 21.

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Press Release #3

The City of Orange, Texas has declared a state of disaster due to potential future flooding resulting from Tropical Storm Imelda.  This will activate the appropriate recovery efforts from the state necessary for the city to address the needs associated with this disaster.

The declaration is effective September 19, 2019 and will remain in effect for up to 7 days. 

City officials advise citizens to not drive down flooded roads unless absolutely necessary and to be aware of any debris in the roadway.  Be alert for snakes and wildlife that may be displaced as a result of flooding. Monitor local radio, TV stations, and official social media outlets for current information.

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

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Press Release #2

All non-essential City of Orange offices will be closed Friday, September 20, 2019, due to rainfall amounts and flooded roadways.

Citizens are encouraged to not drive down flooded roads unless absolutely necessary and to be aware of any debris in the roadway. Be alert for snakes and wildlife that may be displaced as a result of flooding.

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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