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Port Orange

 

City Name:   Port Orange
Street Address, City Hall:   1000 City Center Circle
WebSite:   www.port-orange.org
Main Phone Number:   386-506-5500
City Manager:   Michael Johansson
City Manager's E-Mail:   mjohansson@port-orange.org
Mayor:   Allen Green
Mayor's E-Mail:   agreen@port-orange.org

City Meeting Information

Regular Meetings



The City Council meets the 1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month at 6:30PM in the council chambers in City Hall

Every Meeting can affect your pocketbook and life style. Check the link below for upcoming meeting agendas.


 
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Below is a list of issues relative to Port Orange. Click any link for more information.

PORT ORANGE 10 YEAR CAFR UTILITY SUMMARY

This is a review of the City of Port Orange’s Comprehensive Annual Financial Report or CAFR, Statement of Activities page, Business Type Activities, which includes the Water/Wastewater, Solid Waste, Stormwater, and the City Golf Course, from 2005 to 2014.

In ten (10) years, the Business Type Activities have earned a combined net profit of $105,078,466 or $10,507,847 per year.

The Water/Wastewater Department earned $76,632,691 net profit. This is an average net profit of $7,663,269 per year. In 2014 the expenses were 3% over the 10 year average, while the income was 2% under.

The Solid Waste Department has earned $3,283,464 net profit. This is an average net profit of $328,346 per year. Solid Waste lost money in 2009. In 2014 the expenses were 5% under the 10 year average, while the income was 1% under.

The Stormwater Department has earned $24,916,345 net profit. This is an average net profit of $2,491,635 per year. In 2014 the expenses were 5% under the 10 year average, while the income was 5% under. The City Golf Course has earned $245,956 net profit. This is an average net profit of $24,596 per year.

The golf course lost money in 2009, 2010, and 2014. In 2014 the expenses were 1% under the 10 year average, while the income was 12% under.

Read the report

Water Rate Resolution

Port Orange’s Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR)

 

HOW MuCH ARE YOU PAYING FOR WATER AND SEWER?

For the utility customer using 5,000 gallons per month, the bill jumps a noticeable 34% when the city limit line between Ormond Beach and Holly hill is crossed. Click here to go to a comparison of water and sewer rates in the six abutting cities between Ormond Beach and Port Orange. If you have questions or comments, click on the GovGripes tab and let us know.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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