A well-maintained infrastructure system is critical to meeting the needs of Orange County’s residents and businesses. Whether it’s advocating for increased investment in the county’s roads and highway system, or increasing the supply of quality drinking water, OCBC ensures Orange County is able to meet the demands of a growing population and expanding economy. Infrastructure projects are the surest way to get Californians working again, and provide for the long-term viability of Orange County’s business community.

Infrastructure Committee

The driving force to OCBC’s infrastructure initiative is the Infrastructure Committee. This action committee provides public policy direction to OCBC’s Board of Directors.

CLICK HERE or more information on how to get involved in the committee.


OCMoves is a public/private partnership initiated to advocate for Orange County transportation priorities on the local, state and federal levels. Good planning for the future–sound, efficient infrastructure systems–is the very foundation the region is built upon, a key driver of:

  • a prosperous, growing economy
  • competitive businesses
  • and a high quality of life for Orange County residents

Meeting infrastructure challenges requires good research, planning and strategy, and ultimately taking strong leadership positions on infrastructure policies and projects that will largely define Orange County’s prosperity and quality of life for decades to come.

CLICK HERE to learn more about OCMoves.

Advocacy Resources

Everything you need to take action. We’ve put together a fast and easy-to-use set of advocacy resources to make it easy to get involved with the issues that matter most to Orange County businesses.

Currently, OCBC is advocating for a bi-partisan comprehensive solution addressing longstanding issues regarding water storage and solutions to the state’s most urgent needs. Among these are restoration to the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, investing in local water supply projects throughout the state, and Delta conveyance.

CLICK HERE for a complete guide to OCBC’s advocacy program.

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