Public Safety

Public Safety Phone Numbers


  • Call 911 in an emergency
  • Call 386-756-7400 in a non-emergency

Police Department

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Fire & Rescue Department

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Hurricane & Disaster Preparedness


History teaches us that a lack of awareness and preparation are common threads among all major hurricane disaster situations. by knowing what actions you should take, you can be less vulnerable. This guide can help you learn about hurricane and how to get ready.
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The National Hurricane Center


The National Hurricane center (NHC) is a component of the National Centers for Environmental Prediction (NCEP) located at Florida International University in Miami, Florida. The NHC mission is to save lives, mitigate property loss, and improve economic efficiency.
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Volusia County Emergency Notification System (Reverse 911)


Volusia County Emergency Management offers a telephone notification system that provides local emergency notices. But if you have a cell phone or unlisted phone number, you aren't in their database and won't receive emergency messages unless you sign up.
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Like the City of Port Orange on Facebook


Connect with the City of Port Orange by "liking" us on Facebook! This is a great way to interact and keep up-to-date on events in the City of Port Orange.
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Follow the City of Port Orange on Twitter


Join the City of Port Orange's official Twitter feed: @cityofportorange. Stay connected with updates on the latest happenings in your city.
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Watch pogTV


On air since 2005, PogTV (Port Orange Government TV) broadcasts select programming that focusses on the history of your community as well as airing meetings, workshops and events that impact your city.