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Residents can text OCCOVID19 to 888777 to receive updates and resources related to  COVID-19 in Orange County.
At this time, a growing number of retailers are setting aside special shopping hours for those most vulnerable to the COVID-19 pandemic, in order to provide a safe and healthy shopping experience with access to necessary items such as grocery and household supplies.

Please contact local retailers for a list of dedicated shopping hours.
Parking Lots Closed

Please be advised that parking lots to all Orange County Regional, wilderness, historical, and park trailheads are closed. Restrooms, shelters, playgrounds and exercise equipment are also closed and roped off. All sites remain available for passive walk-in, cycling, and/or equestrian activity. For more information, please visit .
Orange County Beaches

At this time, state and county beaches in Orange County remain open, however parking lots and piers are closed. Please visit for the links to local beach information and the latest updates.
Local Parks

All Aliso Viejo Community Association parks remain open, however patrons are urged to NOT use the playground equipment, sports fields, drinking fountains, tennis courts and exercise equipment for their safety and for the safety of others. Please be advised that the AVCA Dog Park is CLOSED until further notice. Visit to learn more.
Volunteer Opportunities
Our non-profits are on the frontlines of the COVID-19 battle. To support their activities, Orange County has activated its virtual Emergency Volunteer Center (EVC) managed by OneOC. Social distancing of 6 feet or more and personal protective measures to prevent close contact are in place. To volunteer, please visit
  • If you are a non-profit looking for volunteers, please email OneOC at and place the following in the subject line: COVID Non-Profit Request.

  • If you are a non-profit looking to be part of the County response, please email your contact information to
Donations Needed
Monetary donations are the best way to provide support for disaster recovery and the community. There are also opportunities to support the needs of low-income residents through the donation of personal and household items.

Please visit the following non-profits for more information on how you can get involved.

Be sure to protect yourself and your family from COVID-19-related scams or unlawful price gouging related to common household items. Anyone who has been the victim of price gouging, or who has information regarding potential price gouging, is encouraged to immediately contact the Orange County District Attorney's Coronavirus Scam Hotline at (714) 834-3482. Reports can also be emailed to .
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