dear orange city residents,
As noted in the Governor’s address on June 10, the primary challenge is for every Iowan to demonstrate personal responsibility for practicing healthy behaviors.
Beginning on June 12, the swimming pool will begin the transition to open hours for the public in addition to lap swimming and lessons, the Senior Center will open for senior use. Playgrounds, the skate park, shelter houses, trails, ball fields, the dog park and park restrooms will remain open to the public. Youth summer recreation programs will be offered as scheduled.
The Orange City Public Library will be open limited hours with some restrictions for access. Landsmeer Golf Course is open to the public and the clubhouse is open for lunch Tuesday through Friday.
We encourage you to enjoy these public facilities and programs while practicing recommended physical distancing.
City Hall is open to the public, however, we continue to encourage you to use the drop box or pay your utility bill by mail. Meetings with staff should be made by appointment.
Please support our many local businesses and restaurants that are now open!
Thank-you for your continued efforts to prioritize the health and safety of all Orange City community members. The City of Orange City continues to collaborate with the Iowa Department of Public Health, Governor Reynolds, the Sioux County Community Health Partners, the Orange City Area Health System and the CDC in providing guidelines for our community.
For utility billing, payments can be put in our drop box at the City Hall. For billing questions, please call (712) 707-4885 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
For building permits contact Kurt Frederes (712) 707-4885 or email email@example.com
For any other City services or to contact City staff, please call (712) 707-4885 between 7 AM and 4 PM, Monday through Friday.
The City of Orange City reminds citizens:
- Please stay home if you are ill and avoid contact with others.
- Exercise appropriate hygiene in the event of coughing or sneezing.
- Wash hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds. Use an alcohol-based sanitizer as an alternative.
- Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces, in addition to avoiding touching your eyes, nose, and mouth.
- Practice social distancing and avoid large group gatherings.
- Call your care provider in advance if you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19.
for additional information about covid-19:
Deb De Haan