After consideration and approval by City Council on December 13, 2017, Phase I of the Yorba Park Renovation Project is scheduled to commence in mid-January 2017. The park will need to remain closed for approximately 8-10 months. The City of Orange is work...
Last December, the City was informed by The Irvine Company that they will be placing the Santiago Hills II residential development project on hold for two additional years. All of the work planned to begin this year, including the clearing of vegetation, ...
Celebrate the Taft Branch Library’s 50 years of service to the community. All ages can come reminisce about the past and play some carnival games on Wednesday, May 8 from 5 pm to 6:30 pm.
The generous dollar amount coming from FOPL will be used to purchase audiobooks, marketing equipment, Summer Reading Club supplies, and a mobile app branded for Orange Public Library. The donation will also fund the Library’s Comic-Con, Teen Volunteer Rec...
This resource presents topically-focused digital collections of historical documents that support the research and study needs of scholars and students at the college and university level.
There will be special performances, crafts, music and more. Celebrate a love of books, family literacy, and sharing stories!
The library needs help naming the Zebra on the wall in the Children’s area. Visit the Children’s Library during the month of April to view the Zebra and cast your vote. The child that submits the winning name will receive a special prize!
Contact Julie Eriksen at (714) 288-2471 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Visit www.redcrossblood.org and schedule your appointment, sponsor code COO.
Join the Friends of the Orange Public Library at Avila's El Ranchito, 182 S. Orange St. on April 25. Bring the attached flyer and Avila's will donate 20% of food and drink sales to the Friends! Don't wait for Cinco de Mayo to enjoy great Mexican food!
Teen volunteers (ages 13-18) assist with children’s programs, sign people up for Summer Reading Club, hand out reading incentives, shelve books, and help with other duties as assigned. Applications are available April 27. Apply early, spots are limited.
Sponsored by the Orange Public Library Foundation. Tuesdays, March 26 - May 14 from 9:30 - 11:00 am at the Orange Public Library & History Center. Registration is advised, call (714) 288-2470 or email email@example.com.
Orange Public Library now offers cardholders free digital access to The New York Times courtesy of the California State Library. Access includes content from 1851 to the present, Spanish, Chinese, multimedia (including video and photography), and more!
Earth Day Training
In honor of Earth Day, Metrolink will be offering free train rides on Monday, April 22. No special ticket or voucher will be required. You can just arrive at any station, and step aboard the train of your choice.
This offer appl...
The Orange Chamber of Commerce is reviving the Orange May Parade which had it's last march down Chapman Avenue in 1991. For additional information please click on link.
The City of Orange is pleased to announce the appointment of Gary Sheatz to the position of City Attorney. Mr. Sheatz has been with the City for nearly 19 years, serving most recently as the Senior Assistant City Attorney.
A graduate of California Western ...
The Old Towne West Metrolink Parking Structure (130 N. Lemon St) features free public parking, electric car chargers, and is located just steps away from the Plaza.It's just another reason why Orange continues to be a great place to live, work, and shop.
On Thursday, March 21, Orange Mayor Mark A. Murphy gave the 2019 State of the City address at the Chapman University Sandhu Conference Center.
Please enjoy the HD version of Mayor Murphy's address by clicking here.
Virulent (formerly Exotic) Newcastle Disease is highly contagious, and while generally harmless to humans, has caused high rates of sickness and death in susceptible birds. Chickens,such as those kept by many Orange residents, are highly susceptible to th...