In observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, City Hall and all city offices will be closed Monday, January 20, 2020. Residential trash pick up will occur as usual.
The City of Orlando takes all traffic safety concerns seriously. Report the issue to help keep our public roads safe.
The city's Traffic Signal Maintenance team maintains 500 signalized intersections, 21 school zone flashers and 21 warning flasher locations.
The City of Orlando performs sign repairs and replacements for the safety of all drivers and pedestrians.
The City of Orlando performs speeding studies to determine if there is a speeding problem and decide how to keep your neighborhood safe.
Bikes and scooters that are incorrectly parked should be reported to the correct bike share or scooter company. The city provides an easy way to report them to the correct company.
Report a pothole to the City of Orlando to keep traffic running smoothly and prevent dangerous conditions for vehicles, pedestrians and cyclists.
Report a broken or damaged sidewalk to the City of Orlando to help keep our sidewalks safe.
Request a new section of a sidewalk from the City of Orlando to help increase the safety and walkability of the city.
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Orlando, Florida 32801
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