On Friday, over 250 residents attended the County Community Service Center (CCSC) Open House in Westminster to get help with County services.
Supervisor Do and the County of Orange are committed to a “No Wrong Door” policy. The CCSC will be a ready source of help on a variety of issues for residents.
“When in need, people should not have to guess where they can go to obtain needed services,” said Supervisor Andrew Do. “The County Community Service Center helps bring our services closer to our residents.”
The grand opening announced the the newly staffed CCSC, especially at the Annex, with new levels of service by additional County departments and agencies.
“This center is a great way to learn more about what the County can do for you,” said Supervisor Andrew Do.
The CCSC is one of the many efforts by Supervisor Do and the County of Orange to better serve Orange County residents by providing easier access to County services.
Supervisor Andrew Do was joined by Santa Ana Councilman Jose Solorio, Fountain Valley Mayor Pro Tem Michael Vo, Orange County Clerk-Recorder Hugh Nguyen, Consul Monica Ochoa of the Mexican Consulate, Orange County Chief Executive Officer Frank Kim, and many County department heads.