Departments

  1. City Attorney

    The City Attorney's Office represents the City in litigation matters and prosecutes violators of City laws.

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  2. City Clerk

    The City Clerk is the Custodian of Records for the City of Orange and the City’s Elected Officials and is responsible for all general municipal and special elections.

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  3. City Council

    The City Council provides policy direction for the City of Orange and enacts all municipal legislation. The City Council serves in a quasi-judicial role on certain administrative appeals.

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  4. City Manager

    The City Manager serves as the Council-appointed executive manager of the City.

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  5. Community Development

    The primary purpose of the Community Development Department is to provide guidance and coordination for all land planning and development activities throughout the City and its sphere of influence.

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  6. Community Services

    Gather more information about the Community Services Department of the City of Orange.

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  7. Finance

    The Finance Department is committed to providing excellent service to both our internal and external customers with the highest degree of reliability and timeliness, while safeguarding the public assets entrusted to us.

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  8. Fire

    Welcome to Orange City Fire Department. Please find important emergency and non-emergency contact information, as well as details about our stations and dispatch.

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  9. Human Resources

    View more information on the responsibilities of the City of Orange Human Resources Department.

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  10. Library

    The Library is home to plentiful resources, classes, staff, and so much more. Find what you need, today!

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  11. Police

    The Orange Police Department serves a diverse and growing community with a present population of approximately 139,000 residents. Our jurisdiction covers nearly 27 square miles and is bordered by Santa Ana, Garden Grove, Anaheim, and Santiago Canyon.

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  12. Public Works

    The Public Works Department provides for the city's infrastructure, including traffic and engineering, sewers and storm drains, water service, street maintenance and more.

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