Orange County citizens and businesses will be notified of certain county emergencies by registering with AlertOC. Stay informed by logging onto bos.ocgov.com/alertoc/alertoc.asp and register your contact information by clicking on your city or area in which you live or work.
For more information on AlertOC, visit AlertOC.com
Or click to view the fact sheet: AlertOC FAQs
Be Water Wise
The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California is one of the largest public water utilities in the United States and provides approximately half of all water supplies to the residents of Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Diego and Ventura counties. Metropolitan is governed by a 38-member board of directors. As a state and national leader in advancing sound water policy, Metropolitan is addressing current and future water challenges with sound investments and planning for water supply infrastructure, conservation, water recycling, groundwater and sustainability.
For more information, visit bewaterwise.com
What are PFAS?
PFAS are chemicals prevalent in the environment and were once commonly used in many consumer products including carpets, clothing, furniture fabrics, paper food packaging, water/stain/grease resistant materials and fire-fighting foam used at airfields.
For more information on PFAS, visit OCWD.com
Or click to view our fact-sheet: Addressing PFOA/PFOS in Orange County
Municipal Water District of Orange County
The Municipal Water District of Orange County (MWDOC) is dedicated to ensuring water reliability for the communities we serve. Our efforts are focused on sound planning and appropriate investment in water supply, regional delivery infrastructure and emergency preparedness.
For more information, visit mwdoc.com
Orange County Water District
Orange County Water District (OCWD) was formed in 1933 by a special act of the California State Legislature to protect Orange County’s rights to water in the Santa Ana River. OCWD’s primary responsibility is managing the vast groundwater basin under north and central Orange County that supplies water to more than 20 cities and water agencies, serving more than 2 million Orange County residents. Since 1933, OCWD has replenished and maintained the groundwater basin at safe levels while more than doubling the basin’s annual yield. This important source of water provides local groundwater producers with a reliable supply of high-quality water.
For more information, visit ocwd.com