Port Orange Citizen Newsletter
In this quarter's newsletter, find highlights about:
  • Newly Elected and re-Elected City Council Officials
  • Upcoming Parks & Recreation Sports and Programs
  • Hurricane Matthew Facts & Other Information
  • Citizen Police Academy Registration
  • Lien Reduction Program
  • The Founding of Freemanville

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Sign Up for Spring Baseball/Softball Programs
Season: February-May
Ages: Boys 4-18 and Girls 4-16
Fees: T-ball $50, All other leagues $70
*$10 late fee for late registrations
Registration: January 2nd - February 3rd
Placement Day: February 4th
Opening Day: March 20th
Location: City Center and All Children's Park

To register online click here: https://registration.port-orange.org/
For more information or for questions please call 386-506-5851.

Office hours are Monday through Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. 4655 City Center Circle, Port Orange.

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City Council Meeting: 1-10-2017
Did You Know...?
It's easy to report your concerns to the city!
Need to report a cracked sidewalk or broken street light? Perhaps you have an animal nuisance issue, junk vehicle complaint or simply have a general inquiry? The Port Orange Citizen Connection helps you easily report your issue and keep updated as the case progresses.


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Sign Up for The Citizen Police Academy
The Port Orange Police Department Citizen Police Academy is a training program for the citizens of Port Orange. The Citizen Police Academy is offered to residents to provide familiarization with the operation of the Port Orange Police Department.

The Citizen Police Academy will meet on Monday evenings from 6 p.m. until 9 p.m. for 9 weeks, starting on January 30th, 2016 and on one Saturday morning (TBD) for a live-fire handgun safety course. Representatives from the police department will instruct a different subject each week. Participants will not be trained as police officers.

Participants will have the opportunity to view demonstrations of police practices and equipment. The class is FREE, but limited to the first 40 eligible participants.


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Post-Hurricane Matthew Storm Debris Removal
Second and final collection pass to begin Nov. 28

The City of Port Orange and AshBritt, Inc. are preparing for the second and final pass for collection of storm-related debris resulting from Hurricane Matthew on city-maintained roads. The second and final pass by will begin Monday, November 28, 2016.

Residents should have all storm-related debris on the public right-of-way by November 28 to be collected. The right-of-way is the area between the street and sidewalk, utility pole, ditch or water meter. Debris should not cover storm drains or be placed near fire hydrants, power lines and mailboxes. Vegetative debris must be separate from bagged vegetation, construction debris and demolition debris.

Bagged and contained small yard waste will continue to be collected on Wednesdays, the regular yard waste day by Waste Pro. If residents have questions or concerns regarding storm-related debris, they may call Public Works at 386-506-5575.


Hurricane Matthew FEMA Information
Flooding Information

Debris Information
Public Assistance
City of Port Orange Social Media Links
City Hall Fire & Rescue Parks & Recreation Police Department

Important Numbers
Main Number
386-506-5500

Customer Service
(Water / Sewer/ Garbage Bill Questions & Payments)
386-506-5720

Community Development & Building Permits
386-506-5600

Code Compliance Hotline
386-506-5604

Fire Administration
386-506-5900

Parks & Recreation
386-506-5850

Parks & Recreation Afterhours
386-756-7400

Police Department
386-506-5800

Police Non-Emergency & Animal Control
386-756-7400

Public Utilities
386-506-5750

Public Utilities Afterhours
386-756-5380

Public Works
386-506-5575

Public Works Afterhours
386-756-7400

City Manager,
Mayor & City Council

386-506-5501

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City Tweets
Police Tweets
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