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.
Please click here
to hear a message from Mayor Robbie Pitts!
Free COVID-19 testing for asymptomatic and symptomatic essential workers. Please visit http://lhi.care/covidtesting
or call 1 (888) 634-1123 to schedule an appointment.
There are 2 kinds of COVID-19 testing you may be hearing about - a diagnostic test (PCR) and an antibody test (serology). Download this flyer to access basic information about each one.
COVID-19 case investigation and contact tracing is underway with public health professionals from the OC Health Care Agency (HCA) - your local health department - including doctors, nurses, epidemiologists, and investigators with training in communicable diseases and interviewing skills. Download this flyer to see which folks make up the Case and Contact Investigator (CCI) team and how it works.
Please click here
to watch a fun new opportunity the Villa Park Community Services Foundation is offering.
Dear Residents of Villa Park,
The City of Villa Park (City) has received a grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to prepare a Local Hazard Mitigation Plan, (LHMP). The City is in process of preparation of this plan with the assistance from its consultant Engineering Solutions Services.
This plan will identify the potential natural hazards impacting the city and how to mitigate these hazards and their impacts on the functions of the City and its residents.
Once approved by FEMA, the LHMP will allow the City to request funding from FEMA and the State of California to mitigate the effects of these natural Hazards.
Please, review the sections of the LHMP as they are created and posted on the City’s Website at: www.villpark.org and click on the LHMP link and provide your comments to our consultant:
Passport application acceptance has been suspended until the COVID-19 threat has been rescinded.
Based on recommendations from the County of Orange and in concurrence with guidelines issued by the Governor of the state of California, all OC Public Library branches will be closed until further notice to limit the number of people in a public building and to help curtail further spread of COVID-19 in our communities.
Our planet is calling on YOU to step up to the challenge! Discovery Cube and OC Waste and Recycling have partnered to bring an environmentally themed, eco-friendly exhibition to the Cube.
Master the skills of a green superhero by learning how to become an eco-friendly shopper and discover the importance of identifying and properly disposing of household hazardous waste. Then, get the dirt on trash and learn how to be wise about sorting trash. Eco Challenge gives superheroes of all ages the chance to make their own Earth-friendly choices... are you up to the challenge?
- Discovery Market: Grab your cart, aim your scanner and zoom through the aisles in this exciting grocery store game. Learn the importance of making earth-friendly choices when you shop.
- Race to Recycle: The first one to zero wins! Zero waste, that is. Race against your friends to sort recyclables and correctly divert trash from our landfills.
- Eco Garage: Can you identify hazardous materials in a garage? Grab a scanner and step inside the Eco Garage to identify as many household hazardous waste items as you can. Better hurry, time is running out!
Discover Cube Orange County
2500 N Main St
Santa Ana, CA 92705
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