OC Public Works - California

Welcome to OC Public Works! We are a County of Orange Department that includes the following core businesses: OC Engineering, OC Planning, OC Facilities, and Administration.

Mission

Protect and enrich the community through efficient delivery and maintenance of public works infrastructure, planning, and development services.

Our Vision

Provide excellent, innovative, and professional public works projects and services to our community.

Values

Integrity, Accountability, Service and Trust.

Acreddited Agency APWA
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Events

December 24, 2014
1:30 PMOC Planning Commission Meeting Cancelled OC Planning Commission Meetingm scheduled for December 24, 2014 has been cancelled.
December 25, 2014
10:30 AMZoning Administrator MeetingThe Zoning Administrator conducts hearings as needed. All meetings of the Zoning Administrator are noticed and open to the public.
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OCPW News

News ImageDecember 11, 2014  Agencies Come Together to Celebrate Completion of Santa Ana River Interceptor (SARI) Line Relocation ProjectNearly 200 elected officials and agency representatives gathered on December 11 in Corona near the Orange County/Riverside County border to celebrate the completion of the Santa Ana River Interceptor (SARI) line relocation project, a 54-inch diameter wastewater pipeline located south of the Santa Ana River and adjacent to the SR-91 freeway. ( View PDF )
News ImageDecember 4, 2014  Threat Not Over Yet for Residents of Rain-Soaked Silverado Canyon

Residents and fire officials continued to brace for the possibility of mudslides in Silverado Canyon on Wednesday amid a second day of heavy rains.

According to the National Weather Service 2.5 inches of rain fell on the fire-ravaged canyon in the past 40 hours.

News ImageDecember 3, 2014  KTLA Channel 5 Features OC Public Works Storm Preparation and Department Operations CenterKTLA News coverage of proactive measures taken by OC Public Works to protect Orange County communities during the Dec 3 rain storm and the important role residents can play.
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