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.
It is important that government performs its duties in compliance with laws, policies, established procedures, and sound management practices.
Clerk of the BCC
The Comptroller is responsible for keeping accurate minutes of each meeting and action of the Board of County Commissioners. Accurate minutes and
The Comptroller Information Technology Division provides computer, network, and systems support services to all offices of the County Comptroller.
The County Comptroller is responsible for maintaining the accounting and financial records of the Board of County Commissioners as well as joint administration of the County’s $3.7 billion annual budget
As Recorder, the County Comptroller records, creates an index, and archives all of the documents that create the Official Records of Orange County. These documents include, but are not
In accordance with established Federal Law, Internal Revenue Codes, State Statutes, Personnel Policy Regulations, Bargaining Union Agreements, and Orange County Charter and Resolutions, the Payroll
Department issues payroll checks
The Property Accounting Department is responsible for maintaining the accounting records on all real and tangible personal property (land, buildings, and equipment) acquired or disposed of by the County and
constitutional officers, with the exception of the Orange County Sheriff
The Comptroller is the designated custodian of records and retention for his own operations, as well as for all organizational units of the Board of County Commissioners and certain other Orange County
constitutional officers. The Records Management Department approves and oversees the schedules
HELP and DPR Forms
Orange County has an ordinance covering Health Education and Life Protections (HELP) and Domestic Partner