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master plan of regional parks for Orange County. Amendment no. 1. [Prepared for the Regional Parks Advisory Committee.] by Orange Co., Calif. Planning Dept.

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Published in [Santa Ana] .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Parks -- California -- Orange Co.,
  • Recreation -- California -- Orange Co.

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LC ClassificationsSB482 C2 O68
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Pagination30p.
Number of Pages30
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17029149M

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Spanning more than 1, acres (nearly twice the size of New York’s Central Park), the Great Park of Orange County started as a design competition held by the Great Park Corporation on March on a 1,acre former Marine Corps El Toro Air Station, with an intention to create a grand park with a regional and local draw to Irvine. The Orange County Great Park will transform. Orange County has some of the best regional parks and they’re great places for family gatherings and weekend adventures. In addition to the standard play areas and picnic tables, Orange County parks offer amenities like fishing lakes, sports fields, camp sites, and hiking trails.. Most Orange County Regional Parks are open during the summer from a.m. to p.m. and during the winter. May 1, OC Parks COVID Modified Operations. UPDATED 10/01/ In an effort to minimize the impacts of coronavirus (COVID) on park patrons, staff, and the Orange County community at large, and consistent with the guidance provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Governor’s office, the Orange County Board of Supervisors and the Orange County Health Care. The Comprehensive Plan embodies a community vision for guiding growth in Orange County. It helps the County manage growth to ensure the quality of life desired by Orange County residents. The County's Comprehensive Plan includes a Future Land Use (FLU) Map, with FLU designations for all property in unincorporated Orange County.

OC Parks’ Mission is: We preserve and enhance OC Parks’ natural and cultural resources for recreation, education and exploration. Park Rangers play an important role in protecting Orange County’s 60, acres of parks, open space and beaches. They work hard to keep parks safe, clean and enjoyable for people 15 million visitors each year. Preliminary Subdivision Plan (PSP) Subdivision plans for proposed developments in the County are submitted to Public Works Development Engineering for review. The plans must adhere to the Orange County Subdivision Regulations. Contact: Pedro Medina () Orange County Parks and Recreation W. Colonial Dr. Orlando, FL Email: [email protected] Phone: () Parks' Events InfoLine: () Facebook Events List: Orange County, Florida Twitter: @OrangeCoParksFL. OC Parks encompasses regional, wilderness and historical facilities, as well as coastal areas throughout the County of Orange in California. Featur acres of parkland, open space and shoreline, Orange County’s award-winning parks and programs are enjoyed by millions of residents and visitors each year, in ways as diverse as the parks themselves.

This menu page provides useful links to Orange County Government’s development and infrastructure information. Topics include: Planning for growth and roadways and transportation concerns. The American Planning Association (APA) has selected the Orange County Great Park Comprehensive Master Plan to receive the National Excellence Award for Innovation in Regional Planning. This award recognizes innovative plans, programs, tools, or related efforts that promote and strengthen support for regional planning. Use of vendors or contract services (e.g., bounce house rentals, caterers, etc.) in the park requires an OC Parks Permit. Please contact the OC Parks Permit Unit at () Use of amplified sound requires an OC Parks Permit; please call the park for approved locations prior to contacting the OC Parks Permit Unit. HBP Strategic Plan Workshop 4 Master Plan of Regional Recreation Facilities As defined by the General Plan regional parks offer: recreational or scenic attractions that are of countywide significance spaciousness facilities for family & group picnicking, camping, nature .