Sat. Feb 4th, 2023


By: Orange County Supervisor Todd Spitzer

After the Board of Supervisors appointed Hugh Nguyen as Orange County Clerk-Recorder in April, Nguyen implemented a series of changes ranging from fiscal accountability reforms to stronger personnel oversight. Part of the changes include better customer service for the people of Orange County. The Clerk-Recorder’s office is now open one Saturday a month to accommodate Orange County residents.

“I am so proud that over the past several months, our new Clerk-Recorder has acted swiftly to produce not only responsible government, but also responsive government,” Supervisor Todd Spitzer said. “These special Saturday openings allow working families to get the critical documents they need.”

The special Saturday openings held so far have had a high turnout from the public and have generated net revenue for the County. Copies of property records, marriage licenses and ceremonies, and birth, marriage, and death certificates are all available in at least two of the three Clerk-Recorder offices on each special Saturday opening.

“The response from the public and my staff to our special Saturday hours is much appreciated,” Clerk-Recorder Nguyen said. “We’re always looking for additional ways to help improve customer service.”

The Clerk-Recorder’s offices will be open from 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM this Saturday, November 16 and again on Saturday, December 14.

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The New Santa Ana blog has been covering news, events and politics in Santa Ana since 2009.

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