Orange County Beach Closure Preferences Can Be Emailed to OC Supervisors

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The Orange County Board of Supervisors Meeting is Tuesday March 24 2020.
The City of Laguna Beach encouraged Orange County Citizens , “If you would like to contact the County of Orange Board of Supervisors regarding the potential closure of County beaches in South Laguna please email to and it will go to all Supervisors.”

You can contact the Board of Supervisors about any issues and about potential closure of all County Beaches at

Proposed Discussion Items at 9:30am Include:

Local Health Emergency COVID-19

Orange County Housing

Orange County Homelessness

Orange County Social Services

Orange County Public Health

Early Childhood Mental Health

Orange County Public Works

Orange County Community Resources

You can Live Stream and Read, View and Listen to past Orange County Board of Supervisors Meeting by visiting
The Orange County Board of Supervisors.

The Orange County Board of Supervisors meets in the Board Hearing Room, Directions First Floor, 333 W. Santa Ana Blvd

Orange County Board of Supervisors Scheduled Meeting 2020 Schedule

Tuesday March 24 2020
Tuesday April 14 2020
Tuesday April 28 2020
Tuesday May 5 2020
Tuesday May 19 2020
Tuesday June 2 2020
Tuesday June 9 2020
Tuesday June 10 2020
Tuesday June 23 2020
Tuesday July 14 2020
Tuesday July 28 2020
Tuesday August 11 2020
Tuesday August 25 2020
Tuesday September 15 2020
Tuesday September 29 2020
Tuesday October 6 2020
Tuesday October 20 2020
Tuesday November 3 2020
Tuesday November 17 2020
Tuesday December 8 2020
Tuesday December 15 2020

For more information please visit OC Board of Supervisors Meeting Agenda

3 thoughts on “Orange County Beach Closure Preferences Can Be Emailed to OC Supervisors

  1. Please please please…the aged people in laguna beach give them the ability to be outdoors a couple hours of the day one early morning one in the afternoon…do not confine …keep Laguna for the residents in these hard times we need the beaches for the fresh air for the kids for the residents for the time being..put a halt on visitors for the time being…respectfully..deborah..

  2. Monitor the beach’s, but do not close them people need the fresh air for peace of mind “MENTAL HEALTH”… balance!

  3. I would appreciate not having the beach closed, as long as true social distancing is practiced. The outdoor activity is needed. Fresh air, and the ocean is good for the soul. I will support the decision a 100% as I truly believe you all will make a decision that is best for our community.

    Thank you for all your hard work during these challenging times.

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