City of Orange Resources:
Phone: (714) 744-2222
Fax: (714) 744-5523
Need to report a concern, such as potholes, graffiti, or broken streetlights? No problem! Orange 24/7 makes it convenient and easy to let the City of Orange know how they can best serve our community. Orange 24/7 is also available on the Apple App Store and Google Play.
Brad Beyer - (714) 744-7327
Erik Mendoza - (714) 744-7555
Sharyn Panaggio (714)744-7464
Join the Paramedic Membership Program to ensure that you and your entire household are protected from the unexpected expenses associated with emergency paramedic treatment and ambulance transportation. This a voluntary membership program offered by the Orange Fire Department. All residents of the City of Orange are eligible to join.
Workforce Development Resources in the City of Orange:
Chapman University Office of Career & Professional Development
Santiago Canyon College Office of Business & Career Education
Homeless Neighbor Hotline - One Church in Orange
If you or someone you know is experiencing homelessness in the City of Orange, please call the Homeless Neighbor Hotline at (714) 280-4227. There are also resources available County-wide by dialing 211.
Orange County Resources:
- Orange County Business Council
- Orange County Business Journal
- Orange County Health Care Agency
- OC Workforce and Economic Development
Orange County Workforce Development Centers:
Orange County / Inland Empire U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) District Office
5 Hutton Centre Dr. Suite 900, Santa Ana, California
We do three things very well at the Orange County/Inland Empire District Office- Inform, Educate, and Connect. We enjoy connecting you to the resources you need to start, grow and succeed!
Orange County Inland Empire Small Business Development Center
At the Orange County Inland Empire Small Business Development Center Network, we offer business consulting, training, and online courses to entrepreneurs and business owners throughout the Orange, Riverside, and San Bernardino counties at no cost. This is made possible because we are partially funded by the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) as well as other private sector funds.