|On April 26, 1867, the community of Port Orange was established on the banks of the Halifax River. Now, some 148 years later, Port Orange is a community of 56,067 people who call this place home.
Planned by choice, not by chance, Port Orange blends beauty and opportunity within its 28 square miles. From its tree-lined streets to its parks, this community is the pride of Volusia County.
This family, which we call Port Orange, is made up of some 150 distinct "neighborhoods". They are the core of this community, making it a great place in which to live, learn, work, and play.
Because of the City's highly regarded development approach, an investment in Port Orange is a secure investment. And so today, as we celebrate our community spirit, we are proud to call Port Orange "our home".
We have developed this short survey to get your input on the different programs and services the city provides. Your participation is vital to the success of Port Orange. Please take a few minutes to complete the survey. March 10, 2015, is the last day you can provide your input.
Your responses will give the city a better understanding of how we are performing and which quality of life issues are important to you. They will also assist the city in budgeting and planning for the future of our great community.
Survey results will be linked to the city's web site (www.port-orange.org) and presented to the City Council. In addition, copies will be made available for review in the City Clerk's office and at the Port Orange Regional Library reference desk.
If you have any questions concerning this survey or its results, please feel free to contact our Interim Assistant City Manager Alan Rosen at 386-506-5501.
Thank you for participating.
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Allen Green, Mayor
If you would prefer to complete a paper version of the 2015 Citizen Survey, copies will be provided at the City Manager's office, located on the first floor at 1000 City Center Circle.
|Florida's Mobile DMV Van will be making a stop at the Port Orange Police Department on Tuesday, February 24, 2015 from 10am- 2pm.
The Florida Department of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles places a high value on customer service.
Offering 11 mobile units dramatically enhances our ability to make our services more accessible. They provide a convenient method to renew a driver license, obtain a replacement driver license, change a name or address on a driver license, get an identification card, renew a vehicle registration and purchase a specialty license plate.
They also offer the Department's critical safety services such as emergency contact information registration and safety campaigns by the Florida Highway Patrol. However, no written or driving tests are given from mobile units.
Florida Licensing On Wheels mobile offices bring motorist services to the customer. FLOW mobiles offer the following services: Change from out of state driver license to Florida license, Renewals, Duplicates for lost or stolen license, Address/name changes, ID cards, Reinstatements, Emergency Contact Information registration.
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|This project involves widening Interstate 95 (I-95) from four-lanes to six-lanes from north of State Road (SR) 44 to north of US 92 (International Speedway Boulevard).
The southern project limit will tie into the on-going I-95 widening project to the south (from south of SR 406 to north of SR 44).
This Design Build project also reconstructs the I-95 Interchange leading to and from Interstate 4 (I-4) and US 92 which will increase mobility and connectivity.
It will increase the safety for merging, exiting and through-traffic.
The project will also eliminate a left side merge ramp onto I-95 from US 92, just a short distance to the south.
Click here to view the I-95 Design-Build Newsletter
|On February 3, 2014, the City of Port Orange launched Citizen Connection, a custom built web application that allows the citizens of Port Orange to conveniently notify the City regarding a multitude of issues.
By simply following the link on the City's homepage, residents have the ability to submit a concern to City staff anonymously as well as by creating their own personal account in order to effortlessly follow up on issues they have submitted.
Citizen Connection has been adopted city-wide and has proved to be a valuable tool for staff to expeditiously address the concerns of the community.
During the first 11 months of its existence, 2,447 issues have been addressed and completed through the Citizen Connection system. This level of use is expected to increase in 2015 as more citizens become aware of this convenient and effective way to communicate their concerns to the City.
Click here to view the 2014 report
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