Forms and Permits

Front Counter of Forms and Permits
  1. Banner Permit

    Banners can be hung in the City of Orange, learn more about the specifics and qualifications.

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  2. Dirt Hauling Permit

    Dirt Hauling (Transportation) Permits allow for the monitoring of truck traffic throughout the City, and to minimize the potential of damage to City infrastructure by oversize and overweight vehicles.

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  3. Drop-off Box Permit

    A Drop-off-Box permit is issued by Public Works Maintenance Division.

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  4. Encroachment Permit

    Encroachment means any physical obstruction and any structure or object of any kind or character placed, without the authority of law, either in, under, or over any City street or any other public property in which the City has an easement or other interest (O.M.C. 12.64.010).

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  5. Grading Permit

    Grading requirements are described in the City of Orange Grading Manual (O.M.C.16.40) and in the 2001 California Building Code.

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  6. Parking Permit Information

    View steps for implementing a Neighborhood Parking Permit Program on residential streets within Orange.

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  7. RNTMP

    The City of Orange is committed to the safety and livability of its residential neighborhoods. The Residential Neighborhood Traffic Management Program (RNTMP) was developed as a tool box of traffic calming techniques to be used in residential communities to mitigate problems associated with excessive speed and/or cut through traffic.

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  8. Street and Sidewalk Repair Request Form

    Please use the Street Service Request Form to report problems with sidewalks, potholes, drainage, parkway trees or street sweeping to Street Maintenance Division.

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  9. Street Light Repair Request Form

    The Traffic Engineering Division conducts a street light check once a week to locate and repair any malfunctioning street lights.

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  10. Transportation Permit

    Transportation Permits allow for the monitoring of truck traffic throughout the City, and to minimize the potential of damage to City infrastructure by oversize and overweight vehicles.

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  11. Well Permit

    The Well Permit is intended to protect our groundwater reserves from any contamination. It is required for all vertical drilling, deep or shallow.

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  12. Back Flow Test Report

    City of Orange back flow test report

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