The City of Orange Fire Department is comprised of two divisions - Operations and Prevention. The first priority of the Prevention Division is to prevent loss of life and property, and to prevent damage to the environment. The second goal is to build safety into buildings and processes, in order to contain or limit the spread of a potential emergency.
The activities of the Fire Prevention Bureau can be classed into Environmental Safety and Fire and Life Safety. Environmental Safety encompasses vegetation management, hazardous materials disclosure, and underground storage tanks.Fire and Life Safety includes planning and development, annual occupancy inspections, special events permitting, and fire cause investigation.
The City of Orange Fire Department is made up of people who want to help you plan and maintain a high level of safety in your business or home.Please take the time to discover all of the services we offer by browsing the Fire Prevention section of the website.Should you have any questions at all, please contact the specialist indicated at the bottom of the particular webpage you are browsing.For general questions, contact us during normal Fire Department business hours, Monday through Thursday, 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., at (714) 288-2541. We will be happy to help.
Orange will be 126 years old on April 6. One of the ways we've kept our City looking good and working well is by taking good care of our infrastructure. Beginning February 18, your Public Works Department will be upgrading the public infrastructure on Chapman Avenue and Maple Avenue in Old Towne. This is a series of different, but interconnected projects, meant to insure our infrastructure continues to serve us for decades to come.
Click on the "More" link below for construction times and locations.
January 8, 2014
As of January 2014, the Orange City Council meeting schedule will change from twice-per-month to once-per-month, with meetings occurring on the second Tuesday of every month. The meeting time has also changed, and will now start at 6 p.m.
The first Council meeting to follow this new schedule will be January 14, 2014.