Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer announced the appointment of two new Deputy Chiefs. Mayor Dyer has appointed Orlando Rolon, a 21 -year Orlando Police Department veteran, to succeed Deputy Chief Charles Robinson as he retires after more than 27 years of service at the City of Orlando. Additionally, Mayor Dyer has appointed Eric Smith, a…
Dear Community Leader, As Mayor, my top priority is the safety of our community and I have been honored to work with Orlando Police Chief Paul Rooney over the past three years, serving the residents, businesses and visitors of Orlando. Today, it is bittersweet that I announce the retirement of Police Chief Rooney, after nearly…
***SAVE THE DATE*** ORLANDO MAYOR BUDDY DYER CELEBRATES 30th ANNUAL NATIONAL NIGHT OUT WITH NEIGHBORHOOD RESIDENTS WHAT: Mayor Buddy Dyer invites Orlando residents to participate in 30th Annual National Night Out on Tuesday, August 6th, 2013, along with Orlando City Commissioners, the Orlando Police Department (OPD) and the Orlando Fire Department (OFD).
Today Mayor elected Buddy Dyer gave her oath to the City of Orlando, with 4 more years leading the City Beautiful.
Today was the official opening for the Hispanic Heritage Month.Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer, District 2 Commissioner Tony Ortiz and the City of Orlando will host the 5th annual City of Orlando Hispanic Heritage Month kickoff on Thursday, September 15, to celebrate the influence of Hispanic culture in Orlando.
When the whole country still remembers this tragic day, this year we also complete 10 years of mourning and we take time to stop and look back, remembering those that died victims and also heroes.
Today Monday the 22nd of August, was the first day back to school for thousands of kids across Florida, and also the very first day for many, but only in Orlando the kids had the Mayor to give a helping hand at the crossroad.