If the lights are Orange that implies the "old" sodium lights and to an extent they are easy. You get a sort of classic LP filter which blocks the 2 close Na emission lines.
Once you get to thinking of "whiter" light the troubles start.
As I suspect a simple sodium LP irlter is not overly costly it reads that it is worth you getting one and determining its usefulness..
Rememebr that any filter removes something, in this case any wavelength close to the Na emission, so that yellow portion is blocked and so you get an image that is slightly deficent in yellow. Not sure of the result with a mono camera as you appear to be taking a single polychromatic (color) image with a mono camera.
Is it as I half suspect a case of taking an OSC image with a mono camera, at least until the filter wheel and filters make an appearance in your imaging journey?