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La Quinta Inns and Suites will be constructing an 80-room, 4-story hotel in Orland! Expected to open at Commerce Plaza (across the street from the new Pilot Flying J) in 2017. More...

New Green Waste Fees...

City Council and the Public Works & Safety Commission have adopted new Green Waste fees effective September 1, 2016. A two week (6 days) complimentary visit in the fall and one week (3 days) in the spring will be made available (Dates to be determined) -- for City residents only.

City residents: $9, $17, $39

Non-City residents: $12, $23, $52

Consumer Confidence Reports are now posted...

The 2015 Consumer Confidence Reports for the city's and airport water systems are available online. If you would like a printed copy please call the Public Works Department at (530) 865-1610 or stop by City Hall at 815 Fourth Street between the hours of 9am-5pm.

More Recreation News...

The latest activity guide is on-line. You can mail in your applications and/or fees to 815 Fourth Street, Orland or stop by the Recreation Center. Map to Recreation Center Check the Recreation web page for current schedules and forms. Also, find us on Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/orland.recreation

 

The Pilot Flying J travel plaza is open! The beautiful facility includes a PJ Fresh deli, Wendy’s, Cinnabon and Auntie Anne’s. Orland took this project thru annexation, full EIR, zoning, project approval and permits issued in just 12 months. Pilot built it in 4 months! Compare what you see now to the early construction drone video from December, courtesy of local businessman and volunteer firefighter Jerry Kraemer.

Visit Black Butte Lake

School is back in session but you can still visit the Lake on the weekends for fishing, boating and hiking fun.

Water Conservation Information

http://www.fresno.gov/NR/rdonlyres/2281A124-3359-4828-AA00-BA32BEBE843D/29837/SaveOurWater_logo_horizontal.jpgThe Orland City Council enacted a water conservation ordinance and temporary water conservation measures in 2015. These measures continue into 2016. Lawns may be watered between 8:00pm and 8:00am, 3 days per week depending on whether you live north or south of Walker Street. We appreciate everyone’s spirit of cooperation in this. Our community met its State-required objective of 25% reduction in water usage in 2015. http://sustainableenergysystemz.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/10/saving-water1.jpg

Check out this site to see how you can conserve at home and at your business.

Orland Center for the Arts & Gallery

Featuring artists from all parts of California, the Gallery presents their seventh annual Group Show, August 5 through August 27. September's show begins September 2, featuring the works of Mollie Flack. More information can be found on the Gallery's website.

New Water/Sewer Rates Are In Effect

**New** water and sewer rates @ http://www.cityoforland.com/govt/dept/public_works/ More details about the cost analysis for the new rates: Staff Report with attachments

Orland as a Groundwater Sustainability Agency

Orland is establishing itself as a Groundwater Sustainability Agency (GSA) under the CA Sustainable Groundwater Management Act of 2014. GSA’s are a new type of entity and not a function of Local Agency Formation Commissions (LAFCo). Orland’s GSA is intended to protect drinking water resources by managing the available area groundwater sustainably. For the filing, City Council resolution and maps click here. For SGMA regulations, http://www.water.ca.gov/groundwater/sgm/

http://cosatyourservice.wpengine.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/Grease-Men-Tin-Can-full-pa.jpgFOG -- It Costs You Money!

Placing fats, oil and grease down your drain costs you money by clogging private and public sewer line pipes. COOL IT – CAN IT- TRASH IT.

Orland Introduces Feral Cat Program

Responding to numerous complaints in several neighborhoods about excessive numbers of unwanted cats causing disturbances, the City of Orland is partnering with Glenn County Animal Control and Burnham Veterinary Clinic in an effort to reduce the public nuisance of feral cats. More

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