Welcome to OC Public Works

Our mission

Protect and enrich the community through efficient delivery and maintenance of public works infrastructure, planning, and development services.

Our vision

Provide excellent, innovative, and professional public works projects and services to our community.

Our values

Integrity, Accountability, Service and Trust.

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May 13, 2015
1:30 PMOC Planning CommissionAll Planning Commission Hearings are scheduled to be held at 1:30pm, on the second (2nd) and fourth (4th) Wednesday of each month at the Hall of Administration Building, 333 W. Santa Ana Blvd. Santa Ana, CA 92702, 1st Floor, Planning Commission Room, unless otherwise notified.
May 14, 2015
8:30 AMDevelopment Processing Review CommitteeAll DPRC meetings are scheduled to be held from 8:30 am to 10:00 am, on the second (2nd) Thursday of each month at the County of Orange, H. G. Osborne Building, 300 North Flower Street, 8th Floor, Conference Room 808, Santa Ana, CA 92703, unless otherwise notified.
May 16, 2015
10:00 AMAnnual OC Public Works Open HouseCome check out large construction equipment. Enjoy food and live music, learn how we build your roads, hear how we protect your water and beaches, talk with members of OC Public Works, Fire Authority and Sheriff's Department, and much more. This popular family event is free and will feature a variety of fun activities for kids.
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News ImageApril 23, 2015  Edinger Ave. Bridge to Sunset Aquatic Marina Re-opens to Public UseBeginning Thursday, April 23, the Edinger Avenue bridge to the Sunset Aquatic Marina in Huntington Beach is open following completion of repairs. ( View PDF )
News ImageFebruary 17, 2015  OC Public Works Uncovers Fossils Dating Back Millions of YearsAn OC Public Works project to deliver a new regional transportation corridor uncovered extremely rare marine turtle fossils. See television news coverage here: NBC 4 and KCAL 9/CBS 2.

News ImageJanuary 27, 2015  Foothills Sentry: OC Public Works noted for canyon effortsA fire in September left Silverado Canyon badly denuded and subject to mudslides during heavy rains… ( View PDF )
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