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Orange City is one of the region's major centers of retail and commerce. Businesses here provide employment for many of the residents in neighboring cities. Spread over 7 square miles, Orange City features over 600,000+ square feet of space in its West Volusia Retail & Town Centers. Headquartered in Orange City is the second largest healthcare facility in the west, Florida Hospital Fish Memorial, with over 139 beds.
The flow of people and goods across Orange City lines represents a similar exchange happening at the government and policy level with the exchange of ideas and efforts as a way to enhance the overall business climate. Orange City's local government welcomes collaborative opportunities with local industry as well as its residents in order to ensure economic prosperity and revitalization.
Orange City was established in 1882 and since has grown to be the commercial, medical, recreational, and shopping hub of West Volusia County. I encourage you to visit, live and invest in our growing city. People often tell me that they moved to Orange City because of the friendly small town atmosphere as well as the modern conveniences. Our proximity to I-4 and the Orlando metropolitan area to our south, beaches to our east, Ocala National forest to the west, and the St. Johns River make it an ideal place to work, live and play.
- Mayor Gary Blair
|Population 2010 Census||10,599|
|Population 2014 Estimate||10,846|
|Population 2019 Estimate||11,137|
|Florida Hospital Fish Memorial||975||Healthcare|
|John Knox Village||515||Life Sciences|
|Volusia County Schools||384||Education|