​​Town of Orchid

located between the atlantic ocean and the intercoastal waterway in historic indian river county

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Town Documents


On this page, you'll find documents that may be of interest to you pertaining to the Town of Orchid.


Comprehensive Plan

The Town of Orchid is a "master plan community". Our 2012 Comprehensive Plan was adopted with Ordinance No. 2011-03, following the Evaluation and Appraisal of the Comprehensive Plan in 2010. Below are the elements and maps that comprise our up-to-date Comprehensive Plan.


1.   Future Land Use Element

​2.   Transportation Element

​3.   Housing Element

​4.   Infrastructure Element

5.   Coastal High Hazard Element

6.   Conservation Element

7.   Recreation and Open Space Element

8.   Intergovernmental Cooperation Element

9.   Capital Improvements Element

​10. Town of Orchid Maps​


Code of Ordinances

The laws of the Town of Orchid are in the Code of Ordinances. To access the current Code of Ordinances online click HERE. You'll be able to use the "search" bar at the top of the screen to search for terms or use the navigation pane on the left of the screen to jump to sections. The Town Council has the power to create new ordinances and make changes to existing laws in public meetings. For most changes to the Town Charter a referendum is needed.​​​ New ordinances are processed annually by Municode; to see YTD ordinances that are not yet coded, please click HERE


Resolutions

In addition to Ordinances, the Town Council regularly adopts Resolutions. These are not adopted in the Town's Code of Ordinances but do guide the Town's business operations, lay out office policies, create special committees, declare support, show appreciation, and much more. Please access adopted Resolutions below by year or click on the Index to see the topics of these Resolutions from 2003 to current. If you'd like to see Resolutions older than presented here, please feel free to contact the Town Clerk for assistance. 


2017 ∙ 2016 ∙ 2015 ∙ 201420132012201120102009 200820072006 ∙ 2005 ∙ 2004 ∙ 2003 ∙  Index

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