Orange County Government, Florida


Protect our natural resources

On Tuesday, June 20, 2017, Orange County Board of County Commissioners approved changes to the fertilizer ordinance.
Savage Christmas Creek Preserve: Red and Green/ Yellow trails have areas of high water proceed with caution when utilizing these trails.
Savage Christmas Creek Preserve: White trail is impassable due to heavy debris along the trail.
Air Quality Management
(Enforcing the Federal Clean Air Act...)

Brownfields Redevelopment
(Redeveloping Orange County Communities...)

(Submit an Environmental Complaint...)

Cooperative Extension
(Agricultural education, Food safety, 4-H...)

(Parks, Green Buildings, Local Harvest...)

(Environmental Protection Commission...)

Commercial Environmental Initiatives
(Save money and the environment...)

Fertilizer Ordinance
(Facts you need to know about lawn care...)

Flood Awareness
(Insurance program, Lake Index...)

Residential Environmental Initiatives
(Healthy and Green Living...)

Hazardous Waste Generators
(Regulatory Requirements , Services
provided by EPD...)

Lakes and Rivers
(Dive in and learn more...)

Lakeshore & Wetland
Impact Permits
(Application Process...)

Natural Lands
(For recreation and preservation...)

(Noise pollution control, What you can do...)

Petroleum Storage & Management
(Services provided by EPD, Cleanup program...)

Publications and Resources
(Guide to protecting Orange County's Natural Resources...)

Solid Waste Compliance
(Our goal is to recycle...)

Stormwater Pollution Prevention
(Ways to prevent, What you can do...)

(Our Home for Life...)

Urban Forestry
(Protecting, Restoring and Improving Our Tree Canopy...)

Volunteer Opportunities
(Get involved in protecting the environment...)

Water, Garbage & Recycling
(Tire disposal, Harmful waste, Sewer service...)