There are many official planning and environmental documents that govern the lands of Orange Park Acres (OPA) including city, county, regional and state laws. This section is intended to give you an overview of the resources you'll need to gain a better understanding of the jurisdictions involved and documents in place.
California Environmental Quality Act
Learn the basics of the environmental review process and how to effectively participate as a member of the public from the statewide Planning and Conservation League.
The Local Agency Formation Commission assists Orange County by facilitating studies and reports that improve the development and inter-governmental issues.
The OPA community is governed by both the City of Orange and the County of Orange.
Orange General Plan Update
The Orange City Council adopted the 2010 General Plan on March 9, 2010. View the Land Use Maps and document text changes adopted by the City Council.
OPA Specific Plan
In May 1973, the City appointed a Committee of OPA residents, landowners, developers, city and county staff to develop policies help guide the future of the Orange Park Acres community.
Santiago Creek Greenbelt Plan
The Santiago Creek has its headwaters in the Cleveland National Forests and flows through the City of Orange and the OPA community.
OPA has a long history of equestrian uses with significant trails throughout the community. In addition, animal keeping is another past-time of many residents.