Emergency Info and Disaster Preparedness Guide
Orange City Resident Information
During Storm Contact Numbers:
Emergency – 911
Medical, Police, Utilities, or Public Works Non-Emergency – 386-736-5999
Standard Contact Numbers:
Main – 386-775-5400
Fire Department – 386-775-5460
Police Department – 386-775-9999
Public Works/Utilities – 386-775-5447
City Hall/Administration – 386-775-5408
Current Official Orange City Emergency Shelters:
Manatee Cove Elementary – 734 W. Ohio Ave, Orange City
River Springs Middle School – 900 W. Ohio Ave, Orange City
University High School – 1000 W Rhode Island Avenue, Orange City
The Volusia County Emergency Management has released their Official Disaster Preparedness Guide. It includes information on types of disasters, what to do before, during and after the disaster. All Orange City Residents with Special Needs are asked to please complete the “Special Needs Evacuation Assistance Form” also found in the SNS Section of the Volusia County Page.
Since 2004, Volusia County has been impacted by four hurricanes, a tropical storm, two major tornadoes and several heavy rain events that produced severe regional flooding. These events have shown us the importance of being prepared.
Your preparedness plans may look different from a resident in another part of Volusia County. For example, people living in manufactured housing, mobile homes, flood prone areas or hurricane storm surge zones must prepare differently from those who plan to shelter in a site-built home. Proper plans and adequate supplies help residents survive these types of events.
This disaster preparedness guide provides information and procedures to help residents across Volusia County prepare for natural and manmade disasters. Instructions for sheltering, transportation, evacuation, recovery, clean-up, tips, supplies, important telephone numbers, and public information are available in the following pages.
Volusia County Emergency Management