Orange County, Florida

Orange County Debris Removal

As Orange County continues recovery efforts after Hurricane Irma, it is important for residents to be informed on debris removal.

Eleven (11) citizen drop-off sites are open in Orange County. Residents of Orange County may bring vegetative (trees/yard waste) debris to any locations from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Sunday. For a list of drop off sites look here.

Orange County is also operating a curbside degree removal program. The volume of yard debris throughout the county is very large, so please keep in mind that it may be several days before a debris team arrives in your community. Orange County is maintaining a debris removal map here.

Organizations which strive to foster positive community involvement and physical change in their community

The Orange County Neighborhood Preservation and Revitalization Division (NPRD) administers the Safe Neighborhoods Program to help reduce crime through projects which enhance the safety and beauty of each location. Political and social changes are important community issues, but are beyond the scope and purpose of this program.


  • Authorized under state statues and local ordinances
  • Funded through court fines (not taxes)
  • Designated area boundaries approved by the Orange County Board of County Commissioners




  • Access to funds for safety, communication and beautification projects that meet program criteria
  • Provide a voice for the community and connect citizens to information and resources
  • Action Plan and leadership board guide projects and activities
  • Community meetings held at least quarterly.


Resource Information

Safe Neighborhood Maps

Orange County Customer Service


Sheriff Non-Emergency


Seniors First


Neighborhood Grants and Programs


Safe Neighborhood News

To get more information about the program, contact  Allison Rice at or 407-836-5621.