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November 17 is National Take a Hike Day! Did you know there are over 60 miles of trails in Orange County, Florida Government? The longest is the West Orange Trail, which extends over 22 miles from Killarney Station on Old State Road 50 all the way north to Apopka. Let’s take advantage of Central Florida’s beautiful Fall days to take a socially distanced walk to get some exercise and enjoy the great outdoors!
Seen in print in yesterday’s Orlando Sentinel, Rick Singh shared the good news of a family activity for the holidays … that will help a beloved Central Florida charity raise money to stay afloat during the pandemic.
November 15 is National Recycling Day. We can all do our part to help protect the environment! Most municipalities including the City of Orlando - Government Orange County, Florida Government makes it easy by providing residents with roll carts for recycling the top five recyclable items — plastic, metal, and glass containers, as well as cardboard and paper.
Diwali is India’s biggest festival and is celebrated as the ‘festivals of lights’ every year. Diwali’s name translates to “row of lights,” referencing the triumph of good over evil and light over darkness. To our friends and neighbors who are celebrating Diwali, we send our wishes for a year filled with prosperity and health.
The people have spoken. Finally, an amendment to Florida’s constitution that will eventually raise the state minimum wage to $15 an hour passed last week by the required margin. The state is infamously known for service-wage jobs that support the tourism industry but often leave residents unable to provide for their basic needs. While it may cause some bottom-line challenges, it is critical to the overall financial health of our region. I am proud of the fact that I increased the minimum hourly wage at the Property Appraiser’s office to $15 per hour in 2017. #ThursdayThoughts
This Veterans Day take the time to honor the bravery of the men and women of the United States Armed Forces. They protect and defend our freedom and all that we love about America. As a proud veteran of the U.S. Army, Orange County Property Appraiser Rick Singh knows the sacrifices made by those who place their lives on the line every day. To all veterans … thank you for your service.
Thanks, Matthew! We do take security very seriously and protect the data we manage with the utmost of care. For more information, visit our website (www.ocpafl.org) and check on your own property record.
Resources are available to tenants and landlords experiencing financial challenges due to the pandemic. As seen in today's Orlando Sentinel CF100 column, Rick Singh mentions the Eviction Diversion program administered by Orange County, Florida Government. Visit their website for additional information. The funding - made possible through the CARES Act - is only available through the end of the year and requires that renters and property owners work together to keep tenants and their families in their homes.
During the pandemic and quarantine, we know that lots of furry friends found new homes. In fact, local shelters are reporting record adoptions over the last several months. Now, to assist low-income Orange County residents with spay/neuter costs, Orange County Animal Services announced a new voucher program making these free services available. The initial funding for the program comes from a $20... See More
CARES ACT funding for individuals and families is available through Orange County, Florida Government to residents who need emergency assistance due to challenges from the pandemic. The $1,000-grant program will reopen its application portal on Wednesday, November 4, 2020, at 8 a.m. with a capacity for 15,000 users. Applicants do not need to be unemployed to qualify for the program. However, only one application is taken per household. For a list of required documents, eligibility criteria and frequently asked questions, visit http://www.ocfl.net/OrangeCARES.
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  • 298,787 Single Family Residential
  • 50,165 Residential Condos
  • 23,958 Townhomes
  • 72 Timeshares
  • 4,080 Multi-Family
  • 1,067 Apartment Complexes
    • 140,587 Apartment Units
  • 294 Hotels
    • 90,850 Hotel Rooms
  • 115 Mobile Home Parks
    • 5,524 Mobile Homes
  • 5,901 Manufactured Homes
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