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  • 22 Dec 2017 9:39 AM | Anonymous

    Neighborhood Resource Specialist Jennifer Chapin, City of Orlando Office of Communications & Neighborhood Relations

    Due to the Christmas Holiday, residential garbage scheduled for pick up on Monday, December 25, will be picked up on Wednesday, December 27, 2017. 

    To ensure pick up, it is important for residents to have their garbage out before 6 a.m. on Wednesday morning. 

    Residential garbage will be picked up as usual on Monday, New Year’s Day.

  • 22 Nov 2017 8:58 AM | Anonymous

    Solid Waste Schedule During the Thanksgiving Holiday

    Our offices and phone lines will be closed on both November 23rd and 24th in observance of the Thanksgiving holiday. 

    We will not be providing residential collection services on Thanksgiving day, Thursday November 23rd. 

    Recycling collection will be rescheduled for Saturday, November 25th, yard waste collection will resume on your next scheduled collection day. 

    To ensure pick up it is important for residents to have their recycling out before 6:00 a.m. on Saturday morning. 

    Have a safe and Happy Holiday!

    Neighborhood Relations Supervisor Cindy Light

    City of Orlando Office of Communications & Neighborhood Relations

  • 22 Nov 2017 8:56 AM | Anonymous

    Give Us Your Grease - Win a Butterball Oil-Free Fryer and Roaster

    Drop off your used cooking oil between November 17 and December 1 to be entered to win. 

    Visit for a list of drop off locations. 

    Orlando residents must drop off grease in a shatter-proof container and use supplied label to be entered into the contest. 

    Winners will be notified via email.

    Neighborhood Relations Supervisor Cindy Light

    City of Orlando Office of Communications & Neighborhood Relations

  • 22 Nov 2017 8:55 AM | Anonymous

    Vehicle Burgulareis Can Be Prevented

    Hello Sector 1 Community,

    There has been a significant increase in auto burglaries in the area. Many of these crimes are occurring to UNLOCKED VEHICLES. Please remember to remove valuables from your vehicle and "lock it up."

    Please be aggressive in identifying and reporting any suspicious activity and actual crimes in progress within the community via 911 or 407-836-4357(HELP)

    Deputy First Class Barbara Smith-Herron

    Orange County Sheriff's Office

  • 21 Nov 2017 9:45 AM | Anonymous

    Save The Date

    College Park Small Business Saturday  

    Show your love for your favorite College Park businesses by shopping and dining in the 32804 Saturday November 25, 2017 

    More Information on Specials 

    Click Here
    • Deals at many of our shops and restaurants starting Friday
    • Raffle entry with every purchase 
    • Farmers Market Sunday

  • 10 Oct 2017 9:08 AM | Anonymous

    TO: News Media, Downtown Orlando Residents, Business Owners and Churches

    FROM: Transportation Engineering Division

    SUBJECT: Street Closure

    LOCATION: Yale Street between Westmoreland Drive and Edgewater Drive.

    The above locations will be closed on Friday, October 13 starting from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m. so that the “2017 Edgewater High School Homecoming Parade” event may take place. For event information, contact 407.835.4900.

  • 28 Sep 2017 4:28 PM | Anonymous

    Get a Free Tree for Your Yard Today
    Hurricane Irma took down many trees in our community, but you can help grow our tree canopy by ordering a free tree for your yard. 

    Our fall/winter trees to choose from include Live Oak, Persimmon, Cypress, and Nuttall Oak.

    Order your free tree today

  • 28 Sep 2017 4:20 PM | Anonymous

    September 27, 2017 - Lake Advisory for City Lakes LIFTED

    Along with Orange County and the City of Winter Park, the City of Orlando is lifting the Lake Advisory on City lakes. If you have further questions, please contact


    September 8, 2017 - Lake Advisory Issued for Hurricane Irma

    To address citizen concerns related to water quality, the Stormwater Section has developed a public information system, "Lake Alert," to provide seasonal and localized warnings (and updates) for City of Orlando lakes. An announcement has been provided below regarding the lake(s) where water quality has been a concern.

    The City of Orlando has issued a Lake Advisory for all lakes for the duration of Hurricane Irma and directly afterwards.  Due to the storm, there is a high potential for water contamination, sewer overflows, active wildlife and other safety concerns.  Take extreme caution around all waterways during this time.

    For more information on Hurricane Irma, visit

  • 21 Sep 2017 9:18 AM | Anonymous
    Hurricane Irma Yard Debris Collection Update

    Did you know, the amount of yard debris left by Hurricane Irma is more than the City of Orlando would normally collect over 4.5 years? Since the hurricane, our crews have been working seven days a week to pick up this debris.   

    Here's what you can expect during the cleanup process: 

    Bags and Bundles
    Bags and small bundles (using duct tape or twine) will be picked up sooner than large piles that require a claw truck. On your regular yard waste collection day, bagged and bundled items will be collected. Because of the volume, we might not get to your street on your scheduled day, but will do our best to pick up the following week.

    Large Items
    Our crews that collect larger items like downed trees, limbs, and branches are working 12-hour shifts, seven days a week, but have a limited capacity to pick up large quantities. To supplement efforts, the city utilizes debris contractors to assist after storms. However, because of the impact of Hurricanes Irma and Harvey, contractors are in short supply as they respond across Florida and Texas. Our contractors are responding as quickly as they can to assist with our cleanup efforts. 

    Here’s how you can help: 

    1. Bag and bundle as much of your vegetative debris as possible. If you can, help your neighbors, who might need assistance, bag and bundle their debris. 
    2. You can immediately drop off yard debris at one of 11 sites throughout Orange County from 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. daily. 
    3. Remember to place all large debris on the curb. Do not place debris in the roadway, on sidewalks or near fire hydrants.   
    4. If you have larger items such as appliances or furniture that were damaged in the storm, please call 407.246.2314 (Monday-Friday,  8 a.m.- 5 p.m.) to schedule a large-item pickup.  

    We appreciate your partnership and your patience as we continue to clean up our City Beautiful. 

  • 19 Sep 2017 4:10 PM | Anonymous

    Neighborhood Relations Supervisor Cindy Light, City of Orlando Office of Communications & Neighborhood Relations

    What’s That Smell? Why Am I Being Asked to Conserve Water?

    You might have noticed some bad smells throughout Central Florida following Hurricane Irma. There are multiple reasons for bad smells after a storm:

    • Muck and sediments disturbed by rising waters
    • Groundwater contains sulfur which smells like rotten eggs. High water tables make this smell more prevalent.
    • Rotting trees and vegetation
    • Dead fish and animals
    • Sewer overflows resulting from lift stations losing power and excessive stormwater entering and overloading sewer lines

    NOTE: A sewer overflow does NOT smell like rotten eggs.

    If you are noticing bad smells, do not call 9-1-1. Try to safely view the surrounding area in which you believe a smell may be coming from. 

    If you see water pouring out from a structure or coming from a manhole, it might be a sanitary sewer overflow.

    Please call our Water Reclamation Division at 407.246.2213 if you witness a sanitary sewer overflow taking place.

    To limit sewer overflows, we are asking you to continue conserving your water use for normal household activities. Limiting your use of water from showers, sinks, dishwashers, and washing machines can help reduce excessive flow that can overload lift stations.

    Thank you.

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