Brown Bag Lunch Board Meeting,

June 4th, at Noon.

General Meeting 6-18-2024, 7 PM

Speaker: To Be Announced

 

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Beautification, Safety, & Communication

The Orange County Neighborhood Services Division administers the Safe Neighborhoods Program to help reduce crime through projects that enhance the safety and beauty of each location. Political and social changes are important community issues more related to the Chamber of Commerce.

The Safe Neighborhood Program consists of groups of volunteer residents who help their communities address issues that cause the neighborhood to decline in quality and livability. The volunteer groups do this through community engagement, trainings, physical projects, and by providing a direct line to County resources to resolve problems. An Orange County liaison supports the groups of volunteers and administers funding applications for projects, but the work of the Safe Neighborhood Groups is driven by the people within the community.

 

ABOUT THE PROGRAM

  • Authorized under state statutes and local ordinances.
  • Funded through court fines (not taxes).
  • Designated area boundaries approved by the Orange County Board of County Commissioners.

 

HOW IT WORKS

- The program provides access to funds for safety, communication, and beautification projects that meet program criteria.

- Groups provide a voice for the community and connect citizens to information and resources.

- Action Plans and a Leadership Board of resident volunteers guide projects and activities.

- Community meetings are held at least quarterly.

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Few are born Leaders though they find Potential and Purpose through Necessity and Innovation.  This Group has been developed through time to make our local area Safe and Free and to be more united for citizens to have a more civil and prosperous way of life.

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ORLO VISTA

COMMUNITY EMERGENCY RESPONSE TEAM

(C.E.R.T.)

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Comm. Scott & Rose Diehl

Chairman Brian Harris

A Balancing Act

Alumni with Orange County Senior Academy, Active in County Workshops

Vice Chairman: James Carson 

Retired and a new member;

Resident of West side Manor

 

Secretary: Sharon Thomas

Owner of Oak Crest Mobile Home Park

Long time member

 

Treasurer: Kumarie Baboolal

Accountant and part of the C.O.P.S. Program

 

Director 1: Debra Ryan

New Member & Resident of Oak Crest Mobile Home Park

 

Director 2: Rebecca Sennott

Long time member and active Outreach Volunteer

 

Director 3: Levi Williams

Active Member & West Side Manor Resident

 

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