Newport Beach Code and Water Quality Enforcement 3300 Newport Blvd, Newport Beach, CA92663 The Newport Beach Code and Water Quality Enforcement works to ensure that municipal codes are being followed. Common…More enforcement issues include housing code violations, zoning requirements, signs, improper waste disposal and overgrown vegetation, among others.
Newport Beach Human Resources Department 3300 Newport Blvd, Newport Beach, CA92663 The Human Resources Department oversees personnel and employment for the city. The department also administers employee…More benefits and workers' compensation, and seeks to maintain working relationships with employee associations.
Representative John Campbell 610 Newport Center Dr, Newport Beach, CA92660 John Campbell represents California's 48th Congressional District in the U.S. House of Representatives. His Orange…More County office is in Newport Beach.
Newport Beach Cultural Arts Office 1000 Avocado Ave, Newport Beach, CA92660 The Cultural Arts 0ffice is a division of the public library. Its activities include art exhibits at the Central Library…More and City Hall, the annual Newport Beach Art Exhibition and Sale, and more. The office also funds the Newport Beach Sister City Association and provides grants to arts organizations.
Newport Beach City Manager 3300 Newport Blvd, Newport Beach, CA92663 The city manager's office oversees city departments, thereby managing the business of the city. All department heads,…More except for the city clerk and city attorney report to the city manager, who is hired by the city council. The city manager's office prepares and presents to the city council the annual city budget.
Newport Beach Public Information Office 3300 Newport Blvd, Newport Beach, CA92663 The Public Information Office, a division of the City Manager's Office, relays information about the city to residents…More and media. In addition, the office manages NBTV, the City's government access cable TV channel (Time-Warner 3; Cox 30 and 852). For news and information about the city, see <a href="http://www.facebook.com/cityofnewportbeach">www.facebook.com/cityofnewportbeach</a> and <a href="http://www.twitter.com/newportbeachgov">www.twitter.com/newportbeachgov</a>.
Newport Beach City Hall 3300 Newport Blvd, Newport Beach, CA92663 Newport Beach City Hall is the seat of city government. Most departments are located at City Hall, including the City…More Clerk and the Planning and Building departments. The City Council Chambers is also located on the grounds.
U.S. Department of Commerce 3300 Irvine Ave, Newport Beach, CA92660 This location is home to the Western Regional office of the Bureau of…More Industry and Security</a>, a federal office that seeks to "advance U.S. national security, foreign policy and economic objectives by ensuring an effective export control and treaty compliance system and promoting continued U.S. strategic technology leadership," according to its website. The building also houses an office of the <a href="http://www.ita.doc.gov/">International Trade Admionistration</a>, also part of the Commerce Department.
The Newport Beach Public Works Department engineers and manages capital projects in the city, such as road…More improvements, public buildings and water and sewer systems. Harbor Resources and Water Quality & Conservation are also part of the Public Works Department.</p>
Newport Beach General Services Department 592 Superior Ave, Newport Beach, CA92663 The General Services Department provides an array of services aimed at keeping the city's infrastructure in good…More shape. The department maintains streets, including striping and other markings, sidewalks, curbs, gutters, signs and city facilities. It also handles landscaping, irrigation and pest control on city property. In addition, the department purchases, services and repairs city vehicles ranging from sedans to rescue boats. It also oversees trash collection and recycling.
Newport Beach City Clerk's Office 3300 Newport Blvd, Newport Beach, CA92663 The City Clerk's Office is the custodian of the official records of the city's legislative history, such as minutes from…More meetings, ordinances and resolutions passed. The office also aids City Council members, city staff and the public in locating records and acts as a liaison between the public and the council. In addition, the City Clerk is the local election official. The Clerk's Office plans and conducts municipal elections in coordination with the county.
Newport Beach Recreation and Senior Services Department 3300 Newport Blvd, Newport Beach, CA92663 The Recreation and Senior Services Department oversees and maintains the city's parks and facilities. The department…More also provides an array of programs for kids and adults, such as sports, swimming and nature programs. In addition, programs for seniors are available through the OASIS Senior Center. The department also administers travel, health and meal programs, among others, for seniors.
Newport Beach City Attorney 3300 Newport Blvd, Newport Beach, CA92663 The City Attorney's office fills a variety of legal roles for the city and City Council. The office advises the council,…More city staff and city boards and commissions on legal issues. It also represents the city before courts in litigation and before administrative bodies, such as the California Coastal Commission. In addition, the City Attorney's office enforces Newport Beach's municipal code in matters such as nuisance abatement and zoning enforcement.
Newport Beach Planning Department 3300 Newport Blvd, Newport Beach, CA92663 The Planning Department oversees development in the city as well as maintenance and revitalization of existing…More neighborhoods. Depending on the complexity of a development, projects may be approved by the Planning Department, Planning Commission or City Council. The Planning Commission consists of seven residents appointed by the City Council to review matters such as use permits, variances, and higher-level planning and zoning decisions.
Newport Beach Building Department 3300 Newport Blvd, Newport Beach, CA92663 In an effort to ensure the welfare and safety of residents and visitors, the Building Department regulates…More construction, use and occupancy of buildings in Newport Beach. To this end, the department sees that building standards are adhered to and codes are followed. The department checks plans before construction begins, issues permits and inspects projects once construction has begun.
U.S. Post Office 206 Marine Ave, Newport Beach, CA92662 Entering this small Post Office on Balboa Island is like stepping back in time. The quaint building has an Old…More West-style exterior. Inside, there is a lot of wood paneling and old-time windows where customers are served. P.O. boxes are available.
Newport Beach Harbor Resources 829 Harbor Island Dr, Newport Beach, CA92660 Harbor Resources staff supports the city Harbor Commission, a seven-member advisory board appointed by the City Council…More that oversees Newport Harbor, including harbor projects and permits. The Harbor Commission meets on the second Wednesday of each month. Meetings are held at 6pm at the City Council chambers, 3300 Newport Blvd.
Orange County Harbor Justice Center 4601 Jamboree Rd, Newport Beach, CA92660 The Harbor Justice Center serves county communities from Costa Mesa to San Clemente It deals with traffic and criminal…More matters. This Newport Beach branch of HJC no longer handles small claims or civil cases. Please see the website for information.
Councilwoman Nancy Gardner 3300 Newport Blvd., Corona del Mar, CA92625 Nancy Gardner is an Orange County native who was born in Newport Beach and raised in Corona del Mar. Gardner represents…More Corona del Mar and Newport Coast on the Newport Beach City Council and is particularly concerned with environmental issues and working to give residents a better quality of life. She was co-chair of the General Plan Advisory Committee and helped get the General Plan passed in 2006. Gardner is a graduate of Newport Harbor High School, received her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Southern California and holds a Masters of Arts from the University of California, Irvine.
United States Post Office 406 Orchid Ave., Corona del Mar, CA92625 The U.S. Post Office in Corona del Mar offers residents a quick and efficient way to handle all their mailing and…More shipping needs in the comfort and convenience of their own town. The facility offers several postal services, including passport applications, photos and renewals, stamp machines and post office boxes for rent. For the most efficient services, customers are asked to make an appointment for passport services and to call in advance to rent a post office box.
Corona del Mar Fire Station No. 5 410 Marigold Ave., Corona del Mar, CA92625 Fire Station No. 5 in Corona del Mar is one of Newport Beach's eight fire stations. The Newport Beach Fire…More Department has a total of 116 firefighters who respond to approximately 8,000 calls each year, with an average response time of four minutes and 22 seconds. Firefighters and other emergency service personnel work 24 hours a day to provide the best emergency and fire services to the community.
Fashion Island Fire Station No. 3 868 Santa Barbara Dr, Newport Beach, CA92660 This fire station is located next to the Newport Beach police department on Santa Barbara drive, adjacent to Fashion…More Island — hence the name. This station serves the area surrounding Newport Beach and Corona Del Mar, with an average response time is four minutes, 22 seconds. It is fully equipped with paramedics, lifeguard services, and rescue apparatuses.
Newport Coast Fire Station 8 6502 Ridge Park Rd, Newport Beach, CA92657 Located adjacent to the Pavilions shopping center on Newport Coast, this fire station is one of 8 in Newport Beach.…More Services include lifeguard coverage, emergency medical services, and fire protection. They are responsible for protecting loss of life and property from fire, medical, and environmental emergencies. In addition, they work with the City Planning Department to ensure that all new structures and remodels are built to fire code. They are available 24/7 for emergencies and there is one paramedic firefighter at this location.
Balboa Peninsula Fire Station 1 110 E Balboa Blvd, Newport Beach, CA92661 Balboa Peninsula Fire Station 1 is located conveniently between Balboa Island and Lido Isle. This fire station serves…More these two communities with an average response time of less than five minutes. It provides 24-hour protection to all residents and visitors. The department's goals are to reduce the loss of life and property from fire, medical, marine and environmental emergencies. The fire department uses education, prevention and hazard reduction to promote safety.
Orange County Sheriff's Newport Harbor Patrol 1901 Bayside Dr, Corona Del Mar, CA92625 The Orange County Sheriff's Department Harbor Patrol provides service to the community around the clock. The bureau's…More public safety efforts span across 42 miles of coastline and three harbors. The bureau's services include, but are not limited to, lifesaving offshore rescues, firefighting, Homeland Security and law-enforcement duties.
Lido Fire Station 2 475 32nd St, Newport Beach, CA92663 Lido Fire Station 2 serves Lido Isle and City Hall and the surrounding areas. This station has two fire captains as well…More as two engineers on site and three firefighters. On each shift there are two fire paramedics. At this location there is one fire engine, one ladder truck and one paramedic van and a battalion chief on duty. The average response time for this station is 4.5 minutes.
Mariners Fire Station 6 1348 Irvine Ave, Newport Beach, CA92660 Mariners Fire Station is centrally located near Mariners Elementary school and Mariners Park. This station provides…More prompt service to area residents. It is fully staffed with full-time and seasonal firefighters and is of service 24 hours. In addition to fire protection, Mariners Fire Station handles hazardous materials in order to protect residents' health and protect the environment. The station is responsible for reducing loss of life from fire, medical and environmental emergencies.
Santa Ana Heights Fire Station 7 20401 SW Acacia St, Newport Beach, CA92660 This fire station is located in the prestigious part of Newport Beach, Santa Ana Heights, in Upper Newport Bay. This…More station is 11,350 square feet and boasts state of the art fire training facilities. There are double wide, double deep apparatus bays for fire trucks and accessories. A 48-person training room can also be used for community meetings and events when not being used for training firefighters. This station's training facility features a three-story prefabricated training tower and one-acre of pavement for fire exercises. The original design of the station represents the theme in the neighborhood of farm houses and equestrian parks.