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Community Services

Our office is located at 230 East Chapman Avenue, Orange
CA 92866
, telephone 714-744-7274. We are open Monday
through Thursday, 7:30am to 5:30pm and closed
alternating
Fridays
.

Community Services Information in Spanish: 
(
Información en español)

City of Orange Dealing with Drought

The State of California has declared a State of Emergency
in regards to the severe drought we are experiencing. Click
here to find out how the City of Orange is doing our part
to meet those goals.


Hart Park Bandshell Legacy Bricks

Looking to leave your legacy in Orange? Here is your chance!

The City of Orange Community Services Department will be
replacing and expanding the dance floor area in front of the
Historic Hart Park Bandshell. YOU can become part of history
by purchasing one of the engraved commemorative bricks
that will be used to pave the new dance floor and walking
path. The bricks are 4 x 8 inches and will be installed by
summer 2016. 


Bricks may be purchased from the Community Services
Department at 230 E. Chapman Ave., Orange, 92866 for
$100. The last day to purchase bricks is Monday, December
7, 2015. Buy your Bandshell Legacy Brick today and be in
on the ground floor of our new dance floor! 


Click 
here for a printable version of the form.


Water Conservation In Our Parks
The Community Services Department is very conscious of
the water issues the entire state is facing. We are
developing plans to re-tool our entire irrigation control
system. We are also working with the Metropolitan Water
District and Municipal Water District of Orange County to
take advantage of funding being made available to retrofit
park irrigation control systems.

Our plan is to utilize technology to control the irrigation in
parks and other City facilities to operate based on weather
data and be able to automatically shut off during rain or in
the event of a broken irrigation pipe. The systems are also
able to be monitored and manipulated remotely, allowing
for better control overall. We anticipate these changes will
eventually result in significant water savings in our parks.
The City is also looking at other alternatives, such as
low-flow fixtures and other devices that will help save our
limited resources. This department and the City will
continue to look for ways to conserve and all of the viable
alternatives to do this. 



Be sure to check out our state of the art Sports Center and
public exercise equipment at Grijalva Park

City of Orange Dealing with Drought
August 26, 2015  The State of California has declared a State of Emergency in
regards to the severe drought we are experiencing. Click
here
to find out how the City of Orange is doing our part to meet

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