Had the pleasure of attending the Laguna Hills Chamber of Commerce Installation and Awards Gala this past weekend and was honored to swear-in the new Board of Directors.Photos from Supervisor Lisa Bartlett's post ... See moreSee less

UPDATE 8:30pm- #OcTsunamiAdvisory The Tsunami Advisory has been lifted for Orange County. Beaches, harbors and piers have reopened. Although no significant coastal flooding occurred there is a high likelihood of strong currents and waves dangerous to persons in or near the water. These strong currents may be hazardous to swimmers, boaters and coastal structures and may continue for several hours. Residents are encouraged to exercise caution when in the water. Thank you to the community for your patience during this event.

UPDATE 2:40pm- #OcTsunamiAdvisory from the National Tsunami Warning Center is in effect until further notice. Orange County is not seeing significant impacts and has had no reports of damage. Orange County beaches, harbors and piers remain closed at this time, and it is recommended people avoid maritime activities until the tsunami advisory is lifted. Stronger than normal currents and possible higher than normal tidal surges along the beaches remain possible.

UPDATE 11:50am- #OcTsunamiAdvisory The Tsunami Advisory remains in effect with water levels observed approximately one foot above normal along the southern California coast. With the possibility of strong currents, swimmers and surfers are reminded to stay out of the water. Beaches, harbors and piers remain closed in Orange County.
The Orange County Emergency Operations Center is coordinating with coastal jurisdictions to monitor conditions. No damage or major impacts have been reported. We are communicating with the National Weather Service and will look to the National Tsunami Warning Center for the lifting of the Tsunami Advisory if no additional impacts are seen in Orange County.

Original Post:
A tsunami advisory has been issued by the National Tsunami Warning Center for the Orange County coast. Waves are expected to arrive in Orange County at 7:55 am. Beaches, harbors and piers are closed and the County EOC has been activated.

A volcanic eruption near the Tonga Islands of the South Pacific has generated a tsunami. Although no significant coastal flooding is expected, some areas could experience dangerous currents and tidal surges. Residents are encouraged to stay out of the water.
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UPDATE 8:30pm- #OcTsunamiAdvisory The Tsunami Advisory has been lifted for Orange County. Beaches, harbors and piers have reopened. Although no significant coastal flooding occurred there is a high likelihood of strong currents and waves dangerous to persons in or near the water. These strong currents may be hazardous to swimmers, boaters and coastal structures and may continue for several hours. Residents are encouraged to exercise caution when in the water. Thank you to the community for your patience during this event.

UPDATE 2:40pm- #OcTsunamiAdvisory from the National Tsunami Warning Center is in effect until further notice. Orange County is not seeing significant impacts and has had no reports of damage. Orange County beaches, harbors and piers remain closed at this time, and it is recommended people avoid maritime activities until the tsunami advisory is lifted. Stronger than normal currents and possible higher than normal tidal surges along the beaches remain possible.

UPDATE 11:50am- #OcTsunamiAdvisory The Tsunami Advisory remains in effect with water levels observed approximately one foot above normal along the southern California coast. With the possibility of strong currents, swimmers and surfers are reminded to stay out of the water. Beaches, harbors and piers remain closed in Orange County.
The Orange County Emergency Operations Center is coordinating with coastal jurisdictions to monitor conditions. No damage or major impacts have been reported. We are communicating with the National Weather Service and will look to the National Tsunami Warning Center for the lifting of the Tsunami Advisory if no additional impacts are seen in Orange County.

Original Post:
A tsunami advisory has been issued by the National Tsunami Warning Center for the Orange County coast. Waves are expected to arrive in Orange County at 7:55 am. Beaches, harbors and piers are closed and the County EOC has been activated.

A volcanic eruption near the Tonga Islands of the South Pacific has generated a tsunami. Although no significant coastal flooding is expected, some areas could experience dangerous currents and tidal surges. Residents are encouraged to stay out of the water.
... See moreSee less

UPDATE 8:30pm- #OcTsunamiAdvisory The Tsunami Advisory has been lifted for Orange County. Beaches, harbors and piers have reopened. Although no significant coastal flooding occurred there is a high likelihood of strong currents and waves dangerous to persons in or near the water. These strong currents may be hazardous to swimmers, boaters and coastal structures and may continue for several hours. Residents are encouraged to exercise caution when in the water. Thank you to the community for your patience during this event.

UPDATE 2:40pm- #OcTsunamiAdvisory from the National Tsunami Warning Center is in effect until further notice. Orange County is not seeing significant impacts and has had no reports of damage. Orange County beaches, harbors and piers remain closed at this time, and it is recommended people avoid maritime activities until the tsunami advisory is lifted. Stronger than normal currents and possible higher than normal tidal surges along the beaches remain possible.

UPDATE 11:50am- #OcTsunamiAdvisory The Tsunami Advisory remains in effect with water levels observed approximately one foot above normal along the southern California coast. With the possibility of strong currents, swimmers and surfers are reminded to stay out of the water. Beaches, harbors and piers remain closed in Orange County.
The Orange County Emergency Operations Center is coordinating with coastal jurisdictions to monitor conditions. No damage or major impacts have been reported. We are communicating with the National Weather Service and will look to the National Tsunami Warning Center for the lifting of the Tsunami Advisory if no additional impacts are seen in Orange County.

Original Post:
A tsunami advisory has been issued by the National Tsunami Warning Center for the Orange County coast. Waves are expected to arrive in Orange County at 7:55 am. Beaches, harbors and piers are closed and the County EOC has been activated.

A volcanic eruption near the Tonga Islands of the South Pacific has generated a tsunami. Although no significant coastal flooding is expected, some areas could experience dangerous currents and tidal surges. Residents are encouraged to stay out of the water.
... See moreSee less

Good afternoon, #OC 🍊. Here are today’s key #OCCOVID19 messages you need to know from ochealth and the County of Orange, California: ... See moreSee less

Please see press release from OC Health Care Agency below.Press Release - With COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations surging in Orange County, the OC Health Agency strongly urges residents and visitors to strictly follow proper masking, proper hand-hygiene, physical distancing, and other non-medical preventative measures to minimize further spread of this highly transmissible variant. - mailchi.mp/ochca/preventative-measures-cases-rising-testing-booster-updates-5-10115081 ... See moreSee less

Please see press release from OC Health Care Agency below.