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Here are more things you can do with our help to make your neighborhood a great place to call home.
You need supplies to last at least 72 hours in an emergency.
Start planning today with the help of the Orange County Citizen Corps Council to create a Neighborhood Emergency Response Plan (NERP).
Completed plans should be sent to your neighbors, presented to your neighborhood association, and emailed to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can also mail the plan to Orange County Citizen Corps, Office of Emergency Management, 6590 Amory Court, Winter Park, FL 32792.
Orange County Neighborhood Update E-Newsletter.
"Neighbor 2 Neighbor" is a magazine published twice a year to inform neighborhood leaders about the various programs and services available to help with neighborhood improvement efforts . It also includes inspiring stories of neighborhood leaders who are working hard, like you, to improve their neighborhood.
Discover Orange County neighborhood organizations using our online directory.
Register to be included in our directory so citizens know about you and so we can forward newsletters and special event notices. The directory also has a list of mentors available to help guide your neighborhood organization.
We publish a hard-copy version of the directory distributed yearly at the Annual Orange County Community Conference.
Neighborhood Services Division
Post Office Box 1393
Orlando, FL 32802-1393
Phone: (407) 836-5606
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