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For Hispanic Heritage Month, the Orange County Property Appraiser's Office salutes Lucero Carrillo-Moctezuma. As our Legal Administrative Coordinator, Lucero assists our team in both English and Spanish. Gracias, Lucero!
September 15 marked the beginning of Hispanic Heritage Month, a time to appreciate the influence Hispanic art and culture has had in our community. Over the next month, OCPA will be celebrating some of our staff members with hispanic heritage by highlighting the key roles they play in our organization.
The OCPA team is having a great time at the 16th Annual Caribbean Health Summit! Stop by our booth and say, "hi!" We'd love to speak with you about your property and answer any questions you may have.
Join the OCPA team tomorrow at Camping World Stadium for the 16th Annual Caribbean Health Summit. Our staff will be speaking with taxpayers, answering questions, and handing out exciting giveaways.
"Don't Pitch It, Fix It!" - Hosted by the Orange County Environmental Protection Division - is scheduled for Saturday, September 21 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. This is a great opportunity to have small household items repaired for free and help Orange County reduce the amount of waste sent to the landfill. Drop by to have your electronics, bicycles, jewelry, eyeglasses, watches, clothing, and other small items repaired for free!
#TBT to Central Florida's iconic orange groves. Orange County's history is steeped in orange juice and citrus trees. One local in particular, Dr. Phillips, revolutionized the citrus industry in the early 1930s by developing a flash pasteurization process. There may be fewer orange groves across the county today than in the early 1900s, but the citrus industry still holds great influence over the Central Florida economy.
When people think of Orange County, images of skyscrapers and theme parks often come to mind, but the county's agricultural sector is growing as rapidly as its corporate sister. In fact, OCPA has an entire team dedicated to classifying land for bona fide agricultural use. Orange County produces a myriad of top-notch produce, including cattle, hay, honey, timber, and - the most iconic - citrus.
Today our nation pauses to remember the nearly 3,000 lives lost on 9/11/01. Although 18 years have passed, we will #neverforget the victims of this senseless act and will continue to honor the first responders who risked their lives to save others.
In anticipation of Hurricane Dorian, 11 shelters are now open in Orange County. Six shelters are pet friendly locations, and two are equipped to serve residents with special needs. If you need additional information, dial 311 or visit Cypress Creek High School... See More
Curbside Collection for Unincorporated Orange County Delayed Additional Day Landfill Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday, September 3, Transfer Station Closed For information:
  • 463,809 Parcels
  • 291,826 Single Family Residential
  • 50,125 Residential Condos
  • 21,563 Townhomes
  • 72 Timeshares
  • 4,065 Multi-Family
  • 1,041 Apartment Complexes
    • 134,360 Apartment Units
  • 282 Hotels
    • 87,914 Hotel Rooms
  • 117 Mobile Home Parks
    • 5,456 Mobile Homes
  • 4,783 Manufactured Homes
  • 24,947 Vacant Residential
  • 13,990 Commercial
  • 50,998 Other