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November 1, 2014  Evacuation Advisory Lifted for Silverado Canyon Burn AreaUPDATE 4:25 a.m.: The evacuation advisory has been lifted. The Orange County Emergency Operations Center, the public information hotline and the American Red Cross shelter at the Santiago Canyon College Gymnasium have deactivated. The danger of debris flow in the Santiago Canyon has greatly diminished as the storm has passed. Residents may still obtain sandbags at Orange County Fire Authority Station #14 located at Santiago Canyon Road and Hazel Bell Drive. Local authorities will continue to monitor the situation and respond as needed.

October 23, 2014  Permits Needed for Over-Road Displays in Unincorporated AreasProperty owners in the unincorporated areas of Orange County planning to stretch holiday displays over public roadways must coordinate with OC Public Works to assure the displays are safe and properly permitted.
October 22, 2014  Public Update on Ebola PreparednessEmergency planning is well underway in Orange County in response to the 2014 Ebola outbreak in the West African countries of Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone. The risk of contracting Ebola in the United States and in Orange County is very low; there are currently no cases of Ebola in California and no suspect cases. County officials are reviewing communicable disease response plans and conducting drills to exercise those plans.
November 1, 2014
All Day EventFamily Literacy DayNational Family Literacy Day is a time for families to recognize the importance of reading and make a commitment to read together as a family. Celebrate by setting aside at least 20 minutes each day for reading with your children. If you don’t have children or your children are grown, consider volunteering at an adult literacy program in your area.
November 1, 2014
All Day EventExhibit: Courage to Remember Traveling ExhibitThe Courage to Remember Traveling Exhibit.
November 1, 2014
12:05 AMFirst Installment DueSecured Property Tax Bill - First Installment Due.