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My address will be changed, what do I need to do?
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Please email Orange County Addressing for further assistance, or call:
If your address is within one of these municipalities, you can contact:
For new construction, addresses are assigned as part of the Building Permit process.
Please contact us and verify that your address is in compliance.
You can check using the Orange Address Database for a listing of street names within Orange County.
Please first contact us and verify that your road needs to be named. We can then give you more information on the next steps to take.
For all questions about your mailbox, please contact your local Post Office or mail carrier.
To see the requirements for address signs, please see section 6-35 (e) of the ordinance (PDF).Fire Stations that sell reflective signs:
There are several companies online and locally in the yellow pages that sell street signs.
For specific requirements on street signs, Section 6-34(D.1) of the Orange County Addressing Ordinance states:
“Signs for public or private roads or drives shall conform with the physical standards set forth in the United States Department of Transportation’s Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD).”
The section reference in the MUTCD is 2D.43 - “Street Name Signs” and can be found in PDF and HTML format.
Yes. Orange County Emergency Medical Services bills Medicare, Medicaid and private insurance.
Yes. You can make monthly payments. However, you must be consistent with your payments. If you are unable to make a payment, you must call us in advance.
Yes. Please call 844-435-3981 and use your run number as the tax bill number.
If you have issues with processing your credit card payment, please call the customer service number 888-891-6064 option 1 for assistance.
No. We do not process automated drafts, but you may setup automated payments with your bank through Bill Pay. Please contact your bank for assistance.