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Florida Department of Health
Center for Disease Control
Volusia Department of Health
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The “Safer at Home” order requests that the following take effect immediately:
For City of Port Orange, please go to https://www.port-orange.org/810/Covid-19-Business-Recovery-Resources.
For Volusia County, please go to https://www.volusia.org/services/public-protection/emergency-management/pin/coronavirus/business-assistance-resources.stml.
Please visit https://www.port-orange.org/816/COVID-19-Restaurant-Re-Opening-Procedure?fbclid=IwAR1fiZl90pb3fGywzJE_HIp4IllnruUD-4np0U8mX0ifTTZXJ1reWhH5Hig for more information.
All playgrounds, splash pads, the skate park, pickleball courts, basketball courts, baseball fields, soccer fields, tennis courts and the Seemor Memorial Dog Park are closed until further notice, in an effort to maintain social distancing. The following locations include:
1. City Center Sports Complex (both)2. Coraci3. Willow Run4. Southwinds5. Airport Road (both playgrounds, and exercise equipment)6. Skate Park at Gym7. All Children’s Park8. Spruce Creek Road Park9. Larry Haines10. All Children’s Splash Pad11. Riverwalk12. Riverwalk Splash Pad13. Buschman14. Buschman exercise equipment
Please be advised of the following changes to the City Council’s meeting schedule for April:
All boards and Committee meetings are canceled which include:
General Employee Pension –April 27
Code Enforcement Hearing –April 8 & 22
Planning Commission –April 23
Golf Advisory Board – April 7
Parks & Recreation – April 21
Environmental Advisory – April 27
There are multiple ways to pay your utility bill:
*The City of Port Orange will not process utility shutoffs for delinquent utility accounts until April 30, 2020. All late fees imposed for delinquent utility accounts shall be waived through April 30, 2020.)
City of Port Orange City Council passed an emergency declaration in the City of Port Orange on March 16, on March 23, March 30 and April 6, in response to COVID-19 (coronavirus). This gives the ability to act as needed to preserve the health and welfare of our citizens.
City Hall Closed - All City buildings accessed by the public are temporarily closed for regular business until further notice beginning at 5:00 pm on Friday, March 20. City staff is available by appointment to conduct City business that cannot otherwise be accomplished via remote electronic means or telephonic platforms.
There is NO change to garbage service for residential residents. If commercial businesses are closed due to COVID-19, they can request a reduction in service. To request, please email customer service at: [email protected].
To assist our commercial businesses through this tough time, we are going to offer the following thru May 31, 2020:
Commercial Businesses with Dumpster Services:
Commercial Businesses with Cart or Hand Services:
Waste Pro is no longer accepting used recycle bins or handing out new ones until further notice. We have notices on the front door stating recycle bin distribution is suspended until further notice.
The Sharps Container Program for the City of Port Orange has been modified to be self-service. Bins will be placed outside the fire stations so that containers can be dropped off in the bin. Replacement containers will be available please limit one per household.
Due to the outbreak of COVID-19 (coronavirus) we have suspended all smoke alarm installs at this time. We are looking out for the health and safety of our employees as well as the citizens.