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Vision Statement

The Town of Orange Park will strive to promote an engaged and sustainable small town community in which our residents can live, work, and raise a family by providing environmentally safe services, varied sources of recreation, a well-balanced economic atmosphere, efficient public facilities, and reasonable taxes through effective and responsive leadership.

Mission Statement

To provide safety, security, and effective services for residents, in a viable and sustainable community that preserves and improves our town’s heritage for present and future generations.

Integrity, accountability, transparency, ethics, and economic stewardship

Core Values

  • News & Events

  • Update on Storm Damage Removal

    The recent storm in Orange Park caused a significant amount of debris; more so than Hurricane Matthew did. However, this was not a named storm. The Town is on its own for debris management. There will not be any County ... Read More

  • Culture & Recreation Committee Meeting

    There will be a Committee meeting on Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. in the Town Hall Council Chambers. Click here to view the agenda and materials. 

  • Town Council Meeting

    There will be a Town Council meeting on Tuesday, February 21, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. in the Town Hall Council Chambers.  Click here to view the agenda.


  • Storm Debris in Waterways

    Are you aware of debris in the water from the recent storm? Debris could be either along your private property or in the middle of the waterway. 

    Please report it to waterwaydebris@gmail.com 

    A full press release from Clay County ... Read More

  • Coffee with a Cop!

    Please join your neighbors and police officers for coffee and conversation on Friday, February 24, from 8:30 am-10:30 at McDonald’s, located at 428 Park Ave.  Check out the flier below for additional information.  We hope to see you there!

    ... Read More

  • Election for Town Council Seats

    Qualifying for Seat 1 and Seat 2 on the Orange Park Town Council ended on Friday, February 3, 2017. Election Day will be Tuesday, April 11, 2017. 

    The following individuals are qualified:

    Seat 1 – Eddie Henley, Larry Nichols & ... Read More

  • Clarke Park Update

    We have reopened the park! Unfortunately, the castle portion of the playground suffered extensive damaged and will not be playable for some time. Current construction schedule is for March 24 – 29 completion. The swings on the left ... Read More

  • Plainfield Ave. Tree Replacement Project

    Several trees along Plainfield Avenue have been identified for removal. These trees were recommended for removal by a certified arborist who conducted an inventory of the Town’s trees. The Town will be contracting out the removal of these 13 trees. ... Read More

  • Make Park Reservations Online

    You can now make reservations for a pavilion at Clarke House Park entirely online! Click here to go to the park’s page, view important details and make your reservation.

  • Online Code Enforcement - File a Complaint

    Tired of seeing overgrown yards, junk vehicles, or other neighborhood problems? Reporting a problem to code enforcement has never been easier with our new online code enforcement system!

    Create a login

    Make your complaint

    Track the progress until it is ... Read More

  • Volunteers Needed

    Do you need volunteer hours for school or just want to get more involved in your community? We want you! To view the available opportunities and sign up, click the link(s) below.

    ... Read More

  • Plainfield Avenue Project Update

    Plainfield will be closed to general traffic between Blake and Hurley Streets for several months. Local traffic will have access. This closure is to replace the water main in that area.

    For the entire project, work will consist of the ... Read More

  • Want More Information?

    Were you caught off guard by a recent incident Orange Park? Sign up for Nixle, a free service for important community alerts. Residents can recieve up-to-date information affecting their neighborhood by e-mail, text, or web. Sign up at ... Read More

  • Red light Camera Citations

    The Town of Orange Park installed red light cameras at 3 Town intersections in 2013. The cameras are live and Orange Park Police Officers are issuing $158 citations for infractions.  It is legal to make a right-hand turn on red, ... Read More

  • Important Info

  • Fair Housing Is Not An Option...

    fullscreen-capture-1182016-113340-am-bmp… it’s the law. 


    Would you rent your place to me?

    ... Read More
  • Sign up for Emergency Alerts

    ALERT Clay County is a new statewide emergency and severe weather alert system. The current CodeRED program has been discontinued by Clay County. Please sign up for ... Read More

  • Worried about Zika Virus?

    The Florida Department of Health has issued information on how to stop the spread of mosquitoes which can carry the Zika Virus. For more information and the current spread of the virus visit the ... Read More

  • Compliance Statement

    To obtain information or register a complaint regarding Fair Housing, Equal Employment Opportunity or Section 504 and the Americans with Disabilities Act, please contact Sarah Campbell, Assistant Town Manager, at (904) 278-3018.

  • Bus Routes Around Orange Park

    For information on all local bus routes please visit the Clay Transit page by clicking here or visit their Facebook page to have your questions answered by clicking here. To view the Orange Line route click below. Orange_Line
  • Free Property Tool

    The Town of Orange Park wants you to be able to find and market commercial properties with ease. We have partnered with JAXUSA to bring you this powerful FREE search tool. To search properties, market properties, and gather demographic information ... Read More

  • Smoke Detectors Save Lives

    The Orange Park Fire Department supplies and installs smoke detectors for residents that do not have one. Please contact the Fire Prevention Bureau at 278-2083 for more information.

  • Local Government Retirement Systems

    The Department of Management Services monitors Florida’s local government pension plans for actuarially sound funding under Part VII of Chapter 112, Florida Statutes. An actuarial summary fact sheet is available from the department’s website for each local government pension plan ... Read More

  • Mandatory Watering Restrictions

    Mandatory lawn watering restrictions are in effect and they specify the days when you may water. These days depend on whether you have an odd or even numbered address, and the time of year. For more information visit the ... Read More

  • Cable Franchise Complaints

    Having issues with your cable franchise? You can contact the state of Florida for assistance: Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services in Tallahassee; at 1-800-435-7352 or (1-800-HELP-FLA)

  • Location and Hours

    Town Hall is located at:

    2042 Park Avenue

    Orange Park, FL 32073

    Normal Business hours:

    8am – 5pm, Monday -Friday

    (904) 264-9565