Clean & Attractive

It all starts with you!


Clean and Attractive Neighborhoods are great places to live – they create pride, deter crime, and increase property values. Participating in a project is also a great way to get to know your neighbors and address your neighborhood’s specifics needs. There are many ways to get started.


Neighborhood Services Division
Community Outreach

Neighborhood Grants

  • Find the money you need to improve your community.

Code Compliance

  • Help enforce community codes by calling 311.


  • Report graffiti by calling 311.

Environmental Protection Division

  • Help take care of a neighborhood lake.
  • Fertilize your lawn responsibly.
  • Sponsor environmental and energy efficiency workshops for kids
    and adults, call (407-836-1400).
  • Lend a hand as a community volunteer.

Institute of Food and Agricultural Services (UF|IFAS)

  • Visit our Exploration Gardens and learn about native plants, pollinators and appropriate plants for the landscape, call (407) 254-9200.

Roads and Drainage Maintenance

  • Help keep your neighborhood highway litter free call
    (407) 836-8040 or 311.

Comptroller's Office – Municipal Service Benefit Unit (MSBU)

  • Find funds for new streetlights, wall construction, and common area maintenance call (407) 836-5770.

Housing and Community Development

  • Seniors get a grant to make minor home improvements
    call (407) 836-5181.
  • To repair code violations and unsafe conditions in your home
    call (407) 836-5181.

Water Division

  • See if you qualify for a free residential irrigation inspection,
    call (407) 254-9850.

Solid Waste Division

For more information, click on the
Clean & Attractive Neighborhoods Brochure.

Contact Us

Orange County Neighborhood Services Division
Community Outreach Section
2450 33rd Street, 2nd Floor
Orlando, FL. 32839

Phone: (407) 836-4200

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