The County Comptroller an elected official answering directly to the citizens of Orange County, examines the use of County resources. This function serves as a check and balance, and results in the greatest accounting integrity and safeguarding of public assets. The services performed by the County Comptroller can be classified into three broad categories: financial, audit, and records administration.
The Comptroller's specific roles include: serving as chief financial officer, county auditor, clerk of the board, recorder, and general custodian of all county funds and records. We designed this website as an easy-to-use citizen tool, and to provide information about the wide array of services for which the Comptroller's Office is responsible. Your comments are always welcomed.