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County Approves First Emergency Unit for Children

On Tuesday, the Orange County Board of Supervisors approved a $23.5 million dollar contract with Exodus Recovery Incorporated for Crisis Stabilization services. “Ensuring every child has access to quality mental heath care is imperative for Orange…

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Housing for Homeless Veterans in Orange County

On Wednesday February 8th, Orange County received the first of it’s kind housing development for homeless veterans. Potters Lane, owned and operated by the non-profit American Family Housing, is the name of…

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Orange County Celebrates the Lunar New Year

The Lunar New Year is a time of celebration and festivities for people of many different cultural backgrounds all across Orange County. Tet, the Vietnamese New Year, is one such celebration. A…

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Vendor Information Days Now Available for RSVP

The County Procurement Office, of behalf of the County of Orange is always looking for vendors who can provide services at the most competitive rates for County Departments. If you are a…

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PASTEL ARTWORKS DEPICTING SCENES FROM NATURE ON DISPLAY AT JOHN WAYNE AIRPORT

From January 17, 2017 – February 16, 2017, a series of pastel artworks by Laguna Niguel resident Ruth Kurisu will be on display at John Wayne Airport (JWA) as part of JWA’s…

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January 31: Scholarship Prep Charter School hosts forum for foster families

Join Scholarship Prep Charter School for a forum for foster families on education needs and opportunities for foster-adopted youth. Scholarship Prep Charter School will be hosting the forum on January 31st on…

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Supervisor Michelle Steel speaking at the Board of Supervisors meeting with (from right to left) Supervisor Andrew Do, Supervisor Lisa Bartlett and Supervisor Todd Spitzer

Orange County elects new board leadership

Supervisor Michelle Steel, Second District, has been chosen unanimously by her colleagues to serve as chairwoman of the Orange County Board of Supervisors for 2017. Supervisor Andrew Do, First District, will serve…

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Homelessness: Orange County opens armories during winter

Orange County’s Armory program provides up to 400 beds per night for the homeless in Fullerton and Santa Ana. Volunteers will be needed 7 days per week to help both in the…

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You’re Invited: OC Groundwater Replenishment System open to public tours

Your opportunity to tour the Orange County Groundwater Replenishment System has come! Orange County’s Groundwater Replenishment System, which is the largest water recycling plant in the nation, is regarded around the world…

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Delhi Center offers free help understanding phone, utility bills

The Delhi Center is providing free educational workshops, outreach services, needs assistance, and complaint resolutions on telecommunications and utility bills. Resolving your telephone and utility bill concerns can be done by calling…

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