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Due to the Orange County Health Officer Order and mandatory social distancing orders, we recommend that you schedule an appointment with the City Clerk for issuance and filing of official paperwork during the nomination period.
Please note you may ONLY become an official candidate by being issued and filing the Official Nomination paperwork during the Official Filing period. Paperwork cannot be issued by the City Clerk prior to the Nomination period and cannot be accepted after the final deadline.
If you have any questions or would like to schedule an appointment, please call City Hall at (714)998-1500.
The height of wildfire season begins in mid-summer and runs through early autumn. During the weeks preceding this season, it is important for residents to educate themselves on how to best protect themselves, their homes, and their communities from the threat of wildfire.
Depending on fire intensity, size and wind speed, embers can be carried more than a mile ahead of the fire. Consequently, homes located blocks away from the flame front are vulnerable to ignition and complete destruction. It's important to create a wildfire action plan now, long before a wildfire threatens your home. For more information on how to prepare for wildfire season, click here.
Do you know who the Orange County Sanitation District is and what they do? If you don’t know, you should, they help protect our health and the environment. Watch this clip to learn more about it.
The Orange County Sanitation District (OCSD) protects public health and the environment by providing effective wastewater collection, treatment, and recycling. The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) helps meet that mission by ensuring infrastructure is reliable and sustainable. Click here to watch a clip about CIP.
Make sure you follow them @ocsewers to see all the cool things they do. Visit their website at www.ocsd.com for more.
Click here to view OCSD's June Talking Points.
Please click here
to hear a message from Mayor Robbie Pitts!
Exactly one week ago, the Villa Park City Council approved the first round of grant awards to 17 eligible businesses that are local to the City or provide key services to residents. A total of $147,000 was awarded to these businesses thanks to funding allocated to Orange County through the CARES Act. Recipients of this award will use the funds to minimize the unexpected impact of COVID-19 on their businesses and allow them to keep providing the services you rely on.
Grant Award Recipients
- A&J Coffee Grove of Villa Park
- A-Plus Businesses
- Club Pilates
- David Otta Productions
- GLO Nail Bar
- Jewelry Designs by Steven
- Lala Cream Corporation
- Mr. Best Cleaners
- Peak Performance
- Rockwell's Cafe & Bakery
- The Flowery
- The Strength Co
- The Young American Salon
- Thumbs Up Video
- Villa Park Optometry
- Villa Park Smiles Orthodontics
- Villa Park The Hidden Jewel
The City of Villa Park is thrilled to support its businesses and encourages you to shop local!
Click below to view the VPCSF Villa Videos Winners!
The Orange County Mosquito and Vector Control District (OCMVCD) is observing an increase in mosquito activity in urban and coastal areas of the County and three surrounding counties (Los Angeles, Riverside, and San Diego) have detected West Nile virus in their mosquito samples. This early season virus activity in the region is concerning when coupled with high mosquito abundance. It is essential for all residents in Orange County to be active in eliminating mosquito breeding in and around their properties to help reduce the number of adult mosquitoes.
Remember, mosquito control is a shared responsibility. Click here to learn how you can take charge of your yard.
The Orange County Business Council (OCBC) released a list of COVID-19 resources available to the community. Click here to access the full, detailed list of available resources, which include:
- Free testing for essential workers
- Food resources for families
- Food resources for seniors
- Resources for children and families
- Senior services
- Mental health services
- Veterans services
- Childcare for first responders and essential workers
- Pet food services
- Giving back - donations
- Volunteer opportunities
Please direct any questions to OCBC by phone at (949) 476 - 2242.