Access to Public Records

The California Public Records Act requires public agencies to provide access to public records that the agency maintains. Certain information, such as names of complainants, personal medical information, and records regarding ongoing litigation will not be released pursuant to the California Public Records Act and various privacy rules.

See below for Environmental Health records available online.

  • Health Inspection reports
  • Food Illness complaint records
  • Wells
  • Beaches
  • Backflow
  • Public Pool Inspections
  • Medical Waste
  • Hazardous Waste Generators
  • Underground Storage Tanks (UST)
  • Solid Waste
  • Body art
  • Certified Unified Program Agency (CUPA)
  • Site Assessment
  • Plan Check records

To request records:

  1. Please complete this form.

    And
  2. Go to the records Portal here

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Hazardous Materials Surveillance
Aboveground Petroleum Storage Tank Listing Download Aboveground Petroleum Storage Tank Listing Excel document
Hazardous Waste Facilities Listing

Download Hazardous Waste Facilities Listing PDF document

Underground Tank Facilities Listing

Download Underground Tank Facilities Listing PDF document

Hazardous Materials Mitigation
Industrial Cleanup Program Cases by City Industrial Cleanup Program Cases by City - PDF file
Local Oversight Program (LOP) Lead Cases Download LOP Lead Cases by City PDF document
Non-Petroleum Underground Storage Tank (UST) Cases by City

Download Non-Petroleum UST Cases by City PDF document

Food Safety
Restaurant and Market Inspections and Closures
Food Facilities Download Food Facilities Listing Excel document
Mobile Food Facilities Mobile Food Facilities - Excel document
New and Remodeled Food Facilities
Closed (Inactive) Food Facilities
Pools and Water Quality
Pool Facility Listing Pool Facilities - Excel document
Beaches, Water Wells, Liquid Waste Haulers, Cross Connection

Disclaimer
The information contained in the above pages was valid at the time of publication. The County of Orange reserves the right to make changes and improvements at any time and without notice, and assumes no liability for damages incurred directly or indirectly as a result of errors, omissions or discrepancies.