New County Administration South Building

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Last week, my Board colleagues and fellow County elected officials had the pleasure of celebrating the ribbon cutting for our new County Administration South building, located at 601 N. Ross Street, Santa Ana, in the Civic Center Plaza. This state-of-the-art building will serve as the new home for various County departments, including the OC Clerk-Recorder and Treasurer-Tax Collector, as well as OC Community Resources, Public Works, and Real-Estate and Development.

The County Assessor and Auditor-Controller’s offices also have service stations in the main resident services area. It officially opened to all Orange County residents September 3. I'm very proud of the outstanding work put into the Civic Center Master Plan and confident this new building will create an even more positive work environment for our employees, as well as a more efficient process for residents seeking the many resources we offer.

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