Enhance Online Services
(Santa Ana, CA) –
Two County departments have launched new
online services to better serve the public.
The Orange County Health Care Agency (HCA)/Environmental
Health Division and RDMD/Harbors Beaches
and Parks (HBP) are making it easier for
their customers to do business and get
to the information they need most.
HCA’s new website provides restaurant
inspection violation information on all
restaurants operating in Orange County.
The new enhancement provides additional
useful information for the public to assist
in making informed choices. Visit the
new website at www.ocfoodinfo.com
before dining out.
“This new feature allows the public
to search for their favorite restaurant
and view inspection history and any violations
found during routine checks,” said
Patricia Gentry, Program Manager for the
Food Protection Program. “Restaurant
closures and Award of Excellence recipients
are already available online as part of
the Food Protection Program's Public Notification
System. We hope to better serve the community
and communicate with them through this
To find out more about the new inspection
information feature or the Orange County
Food Protection Program, visit the new
web site or call 714.433.6000.
Harbors, Beaches & Parks has also
enhanced online services to better serve
the public. The department has launched
its automated parks reservation system
enabling the public to reserve picnic
shelters, campsites and eventually wedding
locations at its various County regional
facilities. The best part about the new,
improved website is that it will facilitate
the process of making reservations. Customers
will be able to place a reservation in
real time, 24 hours a day, seven days
a week by logging on to www.ocparks.com.
The public can also call 1.800.600.1600
to place a reservation through the call
“HBP’s customer-based philosophy
is dedicated to offering value to our
clients. For instance, by providing round-the-clock
access, the online reservation system
will offer ‘anytime, anywhere’
opportunity to customers, moving them
from standing in line to being online,”
said Mike Brajdic, Special Programs/Parks
District Supervisor. “We’re
quite happy to report that users find
the new system convenient and user-friendly.”
HBP is a division of the County of Orange,
Resources and Development Management Department.
For more information, log on to www.ocparks.com.