A report available online today finds that volunteers, student interns and reserves last year contributed over 850,000 hours of service to the County of Orange with a total estimated value of $23 million.
More than 600,000 Orange County residents will receive a call on 10/21 at 10:21 a.m. to test the County's regional mass notification system known as AlertOC. This is the first-ever regional test of the system since its launch in 2008 and will include 20 participating cities and the County's unincorporated areas.
An emergency may strike while you are at work and your pets are at home. The County's mass notification system - AlertOC - is a lifeline to immediately learn of any required actions so that you may have a better chance to pick up your best friends if conditions permit.
The investment pool managed by the County of Orange has sold its last investment related to its holdings of Structured Investment Vehicles (SIV's), recovering more than 90% of an investment that went into receivership.
The Board of Supervisors will discuss a historic 20,000 acre open space gift at a special meeting on Tuesday, June 29 at 8:30 a.m. The Irvine Company is donating the land for its continued preservation and recreation.
(Santa Ana, CA)-Community members are invited to attend the County of Orange's first Green Fair, a free event that will showcase eco-friendly products and services Thursday, March 20 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Santa Ana Civic Center, 333 W. Santa Ana Boulevard.
Community members are invited to attend the first County of Orange Green Fair, a free event that will showcase eco-friendly products and services, to be held Thursday, May 20 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Santa Ana Civic Center, 333 W. Santa Ana Boulevard.
The Auditor-Controller's office has just released its Annual OC Citizens' Report. This report presents financial highlights for the County of Orange for the last fiscal year and provides a high-level summary of information contained in the County's Comprehensive Annual Financial Report.
(Santa Ana, CA)- As the second in a series of storms brings severe weather today, local cities including Seal Beach and Westminster are keeping the community informed by activating Orange County's regional emergency notification system, AlertOC.
(Santa Ana, CA) – Eleven County of Orange programs were selected to receive a 2010 Achievement Award by the National Association of Counties (NACo). The annual Achievement Award Program recognizes the creative spirit of county government programs. The eleven Orange County programs to receive the distinction are: