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Santa Ana 2011 COM M U N I T Y G U I DE & BUS INE S S DI R E C T O RY

Top Local Voices Nonprofits Heard

Making A Difference

We Review Some of the Most Successful Charitable Organizations in Town

First American’s Parker Kennedy Named Person of the Year by S.A. Chamber

How Career-Focused High School Inc. Is Reforming Education in Our City

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Santa Ana Chamber of Commerce Chairman of the Board Randy Barth THINK Together Secretary Victoria Betancourt Coneybeare, Inc. Treasurer Ed Lieber Elliott Lewis Lieber & Stumpf Vice Chairs George Heidler Tom’s Truck Center/Kia Depot Mark McLoughlin SkyCo Shading Systems Immediate Past Chairman Richard Porras AT&T, Inc. President/CEO David L. Elliott

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CONTENTS Mayor’s Message............................................................................ 6 About Santa Ana............................................................................. 8 Elected Officials.............................................................................. 9 “Top Non-Profits”........................................................................ 10 Facts + Figures............................................................................. 12 Statistics...................................................................................... 14 Community Resources.................................................................. 16 Neighborhoods..............................................................................18 “Voices Heard”............................................................................ 21 High School Inc. Academies......................................................... 23 Education..................................................................................... 24 Parker Kennedy: “Making A Difference”...................................... 26 Enterprise Zone............................................................................ 28 Quick Guide to Doing Business..................................................... 30 WIA Programs & Rapid Response................................................. 32 Chamber of Commerce................................................................ 34 Is Your Business Connected?........................................................ 36 Business Directory........................................................................ 40 Advertiser Index............................................................................ 54

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Directors Alfredo Amezcua Amezcua & Associates Law Offices Jason Blonska Smith, Smith & Blonska, LLP Catherine Connolly American Airlines Donnie Crevier Crevier BMW Jon Dietz FSSI James (Tony) Ellis Citizens Business Bank Paula Garcia-Young Farmers & Merchants Bank Jennifer Gonzalez Southern California Gas Company Bill Harris Masonry Fireplace Industries LLC Dennis Hensling United American Mortgage Corporation Dr. Edward Hernandez Hernandez & Associates, Inc. Chris Kinerson Westfield MainPlace Arturo Lomeli Arturo Lomeli, D.D.S. Justin McCusker CJ Segerstrom & Sons A. Patrick Muñoz Rutan & Tucker Attorneys Kirk Oetken Summit HR & Payroll David Park Blue & Company Linnea Ray Everest College Dr. Raul Rodriguez Rancho Santiago Community College Dist. David Ross Waste Management Jane Russo Santa Ana Unified School District Mike Tardif Tardiff Sheet Metal Max Valdes First American Corporation Richard “Terry” Walker U.S. Rigging Supply Doug Wooley Goodwill of Orange County

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ABOUT THE MAYOR First elected to the Santa Ana City Council in 1986, Mayor Miguel Pulido has proven to be a leader, not only within the community, but regionally and nationally. Mayor Pulido has focused his efforts on June 9, 2011


improving the quality of life for all Santa Ana residents. During his term

e gather again today for our annual State of the City luncheon, and I’m pleased to report to our community leaders that there are some very promising possibilities on the horizon for the City of Santa Ana.

of office, the City of Santa Ana has

Although we are still dealing with budgetary shortfalls in public funding, we continue to provide essential services for our residents and businesses alike. We are encouraged by indicators that show our economy is continuing to recover and regain strength. In the weeks and months ahead, more sacrifices may be necessary, but there is a feeling that the worst may be behind us now.

Pulido has also taken a lead role in

The City continues to form partnerships and collaborations with the private sector to support economic growth and utilize the considerable resources of the business community. We continue to promote “green” projects that reduce our energy dependence. And we have deferred some development fees to encourage the commencement of more building projects.

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I thank our community leaders, non-profit organizations, and neighborhood associations whose volunteers are making a difference in our city. By working together, we can have a multiplier effect in raising the morale of our families, our students, our workers, and our businesses. This Community Guide produced by the Chamber of Commerce is a year-round resource for those living and working in our city. I want to thank the advertisers in this publication and the sponsors of today’s event for making it possible for us to meet in this venue each year. We will continue to work together throughout this year, to make Santa Ana the best it can be.

benefited from a tremendous growth in economic opportunities. Mayor facilitating business opportunities in the global economy. He formed the Mayor’s Task Force on Arts and Culture, which has been instrumenVillage in downtown Santa Ana­. Placing an emphasis on education, Mayor Pulido brought in California State University Fullerton’s graduate arts program and facilitated the relocation of the Orange County High School of the Arts into Santa Ana. He led the City’s effort to locate the Discovery Science Center in the City’s Museum District and worked aggressively on the $10 million Bowers Museum expansion. During the Mayor’s tenure, over 60 neighborhood associations have been

Best wishes to you, your associates, and your families.

formed to reflect a strong community presence. The partnerships that Mayor Pulido has fostered between business and neighborhood leaders and City Hall have resulted in

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broader participation in government issues.

about santa ana

HISTORY Don Gaspár de Portolá, a Spanish expedition party leader, discovered a picturesque valley and river in Southern California, which he christened Santa Ana, in honor of Saint Anne, on July 26, 1769. José Antonio Yorba, a youthful expedition soldier, and his nephew Juan Peralta, were given a Spanish land grant for the area. They developed the Rancho Santiago de Santa Ana for cattle grazing and productive farm-


anta Ana is truly a great place in which to live, work and play. It is a place for arts and culture, and home to never-before-seen exhibits, world-acclaimed artists, attractions, and classic architecture. It is a place for business, the world headquarters for global players, the site of business centers serving southern California, and the small business capital of Orange County. Santa Ana is known for its strong work ethic and for the pride of its neighborhoods. Santa Ana is a place with soul. This is where diversity brings people together, combining individual strengths to achieve a community in balance with economic vitality and livability.

The welcome mat is always out in Santa Ana. Our citizens have been sharing our city with friends, family and visitors for over one hundred years. This annual publication is your guide to finding the best products and services, community connections, and unique local attractions. Santa Ana has the businesses, schools and entertainment to delight even the most discriminating consumer. If you have business in Santa Ana, or if you’re here visiting, this publication will guide you to the services you need. In an urban center, you expect to find what you need and want. It’s all here in Santa Ana.




land. In 1869, William H. Spurgeon purchased 70 acres from the Yorba family and plotted a townsite. The new town was given the name Santa Ana. In 1886, Santa Ana was incorporated as a city. Orange County was separated from Los Angeles in 1889, and Santa Ana was designated the County Seat. Santa Ana is the financial and governmental center of Orange County and a major city in the state.

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The City of Santa Ana was incorporated on June 1, 1886. A City Charter was adopted in 1952, which established a Council/ Manager form of Government. A Council consisting of six Council members and a directly elected Mayor governs the City. Council candidates are nominated from wards, but elected by voters from the entire city. Council members are elected to four-year terms and the mayor is elected every two years. The City Council meets in Council Chambers in regular sessions the first and third Mondays of each month at 6:00 pm, or the following Tuesday if Monday is a holiday. Meetings are televised on CTV3 Time Warner Cable.

Pictured left to right: Vincent Sarmiento, Councilmember, Ward 1; Claudia Alvarez, Mayor Pro Tem, Ward 5; Sal Tinajero, Councilmember, Ward 6; Miguel Pulido, Mayor; Carlos Bustamante, Councilmember, Ward 3; Michele Martinez, Councilmember, Ward 2; David Benavides, Councilmember, Ward 4.

FEDERAL President Barack Obama The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW Washington, DC 20500 Comments (202) 456-1111 Switchboard (202) 456-1414 Fax (202) 456-2461 Senator Dianne Feinstein 11111 Santa Monica Blvd. #915 Los Angeles, CA 90025 (310) 914-7300, Fax (310) 914-7318 Senator Barbara Boxer 312 N. Spring St. #1748 Los Angeles, CA 90012 (213) 894-5000, Fax (202) 224-0357 Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez 47th District 12397 Lewis St. #101 Garden Grove, CA 92840 (714) 621-0102, Fax (714) 621-0401

Acting City Manager: Paul Walters Acting City Attorney: Joe Straka Clerk of Council:

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Chief of Police:

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Fire Chief:

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STATE Governor Jerry Brown State Capitol Building #1173 Sacramento, CA 95814 916-445-2841, Fax 916-558-3160

State Assemblyman Jose Solorio 69th District 2400 E. Katella Ave. #640, Anaheim, CA 92806 (714) 939-8469, Fax (714) 939-8986

State Senator Lou Correa 34th District Capital Bldg., Room 4062, Sacramento CA, 95814 (916) 651-4034, Fax (916) 323-2323 2323 N. Broadway #245 Santa Ana, CA 92706 (714) 558-4400, Fax (714) 558-4111 State Assemblyman Allan Mansoor 68th District 1503 South Coast Dr. #205 Costa Mesa, CA 92626 (714) 668-2100, Fax (714) 668-2104

COUNTY O.C. Board of Supervisors 333 W. Santa Ana Blvd. Santa Ana, CA 92701 Supervisor Janet Nguyen 1st District (714) 834-3110, Fax (714) 834-5754


Top NPOs NON - P R OF I T S R OU N D U P There are a total of 60 OC nonprofits (ranked by revenue) listed in the Orange County Business Journal’s 2011 Book of Lists. Here are the top 25. 1. Goodwill of Orange County Goodwill of Orange County helps people with disabilities find employment, become independent and support themselves and their families. They are proud of their heritage and have a rich, active history in the local community. Goodwill of Orange County opened its doors in 1924 as a branch of the Los Angeles-based Goodwill Industries of Southern California. The Orange County operation began as a storefront on Fourth Street in Santa Ana and has since become a well-recognized community service provider and leading employer with more than 900 employees and an annual budget of more than $78 million. They serve more than 1,000 children and adults with disabilities and other barriers to independence each day. 2. Giving Children Hope 3. O.C. Performing Arts Center 4. THINK Together THINK Together is one of California’s leading and largest providers of after-school programs serving 50,000 students at more than 200 schools and community centers throughout Los Angeles, Orange, Riverside and San Bernardino Counties. They partner with schools, parents and the community, to provide a fun and safe place for students to learn and grow. Their objective is to help each student achieve his/her full potential. The THINK Together programs offer the highest quality of academic enrichment, homework assistance, dynamic physical activities, and


nutrition education, while maintaining a fun and safe atmosphere for students. 5. Easter Seals Southern California Through programs and services tailored to meet the needs of individuals, Easter Seals assists adults with disabilities to fully participate in their community. They provide job training, volunteer opportunities, alternatives to institutionalized living and a variety of services that meet the goal of ensuring people live independent lives. Easter Seals helps keep families intact by helping to reduce the isolation and the often overwhelming responsibility related to having a family member with a disability. Specifically, they ensure loved ones are in a safe, stable and caring environment while family members attend to basic needs such as employment, healthcare and education, without worry. 6. Olive Crest Since 1973, Olive Crest has transformed the lives of over 50,000 abused, neglected, and at-risk children and their families. They work tirelessly to meet the individual needs of kids in crisis by providing safe homes, counseling, and education for both youth and parents. Their many innovative programs reflect their conviction that strengthening the family is one of the most powerful ways to help heal children. With unwavering compassion, the Olive Crest family maintains a lifelong commitment to the youth and families they serve even after they have graduated from their programs. 7. O.C. Community Foundation OC Community Foundation makes it easy for donors to grant effective and enduring gifts to charitable organizations in Orange County. In addition, they partner with professional advisors who counsel their clients on estate and legacy plans. They help strengthen local nonprofit agencies with financial support and training programs. With $115 million in charitable assets, the Foundation provides grants from The Orange County Endowment and discretionary funds as well as from donor-advised funds. The Community Foundation also provides training and workshops for local nonprofit management and board members to help them increase capacity and sustainability.
They help their clients make smart, informed charitable investment decisions. 8. Children’s Bureau

9. YMCA of Orange County At the Y, strengthening community is their cause. With a focus on youth development, healthy living and social responsibility, the Y serves Orange County through six (6) Health & Wellness centers (including Santa Ana) and over 50 afterschool program centers. YMCA programs celebrate and honor common values of respect, responsibility, honesty, and caring by infusing character development into the foundation and practice of all their programs; from youth sports and group exercise classes to parent/child programs and community services­­---Y programs build healthy spirit, mind, and body for all. The YMCA of Orange County is a nonprofit, charitable organization that serves the entire community. Donations support their scholarship program and their promise to strive to keep programs open for all. Whether you are looking to get fit, give back, or meet new friends, the Y has something for you! 10. Council of Orange County Society of St. Vincent de Paul 11. Orange County United Way Although there are a myriad of charitable organizations where one can donate and volunteer, many choose to “Give United” because of their organizational strength, local partnerships, and community leadership. Because they partner with local organizations, contributions are targeted where the needs are greatest—here, in the local community. And with over 1,300 community leaders participating, they are part of a robust team of individuals committed to helping people in crisis and moving them towards self-sufficiency. Last year they helped 10,000 children and youth reach their academic potential. They funded 21 medical programs serving 17,000 individuals in need of medical care. United Wayfunded programs fed over 89,000 individuals at risk of hunger and provided nearly 4,000 individuals in crisis with secure, safe housing. 12. Salvation Army 13. Orange County Council Boy Scouts of America Elmore B. Douglass organized the first Orange County Boy Scout Troop in Anaheim in 1910, the same year that the Boy Scouts of America was founded. In 1920, a group of civic leaders formed

the Orange County Council, with headquarters in Santa Ana. In 1922, Camp RoKiLi was established in the San Bernardino Mountains, named for the three service clubs that did the most to help start it— the Rotary, Kiwanis, and Lions. In the late 1950s, the Orange Empire Area Council created the first Specialty Exploring and vocation programs for older Scouts. The first vocational post was chartered by the Helipot Division of Beckman Instruments in 1957; within two years, the program had spread across the United States. In 1960, the first law enforcement post in the nation was chartered by the Orange County Sheriff’s Department; it is still active today. In recent years, the Orange County Council has worked to provide opportunities to all of Orange County’s youth. Many of the new programs are open to both boys and girls. Now the Council is embarking on the creation of an Outdoor Education Center, near Irvine Regional Park, which will serve Scouts, students, and young people from many different youth groups. 14. Pacific Symphony Pacific Symphony enriches 4 the human spirit through superior performances of symphonic music and community engagement. The largest orchestra formed in the U.S. in the last 40 years, the Symphony is recognized as an outstanding ensemble making strides on both the national and international scene, as well as in its own burgeoning community of Orange County. Presenting more than 100 concerts a year and a rich array of education and community programs, the Symphony reaches more than 275,000 residents—from school children to senior citizens. Today the Symphony offers moving musical experiences with repertoire ranging from the great orchestral masterworks to music from today’s most prominent composers, highlighted by the annual American Composers Festival. The Symphony’s award-winning education programs are designed to integrate the Symphony and its music into the community in ways that stimulate all ages and form meaningful connections between students and the organization. 15. CHOC Children’s Foundation The CHOC Foundation exists to generate community awareness and resources for CHOC Children’s and CHOC Children’s at Mission. Since 2004, CHOC Children’s Foundation has been securing philanthropic support for health and well being of children. In 2008, the Foundation’s total

22. Community SeniorServ In 2010, CSS provided over 1.2 million meals to frail fundraising revenue represented a 210 perolder adults in Orange County. cent increase over FY 2004. From FY 2006 Through their Senior Lunch through FY 2008, total fundraising revenue program, they served a record increased by more than 70 percent. ($9.4 10,230 participants a total of 335,853 to $16.3). nutritious lunches at 27 senior centers. Their mission is to secure philanthropic These older adults enjoy the classes and support for CHOC Children’s commitment social activities offered at their local senior to the health and well being of children. center and stay for the lunch Community SeniorServ provides. For many of these 16. Orange County Rescue Mission participants it will be the only hot, nutri tious meal they enjoy with the company 17. Foundation for Christian Stewof others all day. Community SeniorServ ardship also delivered a record 841,726 meals to 1,906 homebound older adults this 18. Community Service Programs past year through their Meals on Wheels program. These clients are homebound and CSP is a nonprofit agency committed to no longer able to get out and shop or cook serving children, adults, and families living for themselves. Clients at risk for malnutriin Orange County who are involved with tion receive three meals a day, five days or at-risk of involvement with the justice per week. For many of these people, the system. They make Orange County a better volunteers who deliver the meals are the place to live by providing the highest qualonly person they may see all week long. In ity counseling, shelter and support services addition to the meals, clients may receive to struggling children, adults, and families case management services and in-home at their greatest time of need. supportive services. The centers meet clients’ needs by improving their mental 19. South Coast Children’s Society and physical health through medical care and physical and occupational therapy. The 20. Jamboree Housing Corp. centers also provide transportation, meals and social activities in a warm and loving 21. Kinship Center environment. Kinship Center cre23. Speech and Language ates and supports Development Center permanent families for children through 24. Share Our Selves adoption, relative caregiving or other 25. OneOC guardianship. Their commitment is to permanent rather than temporary solutions, as decades of research have shown that children need stable, permanent families in order to thrive. Connecting nonprofits with volunteers is Since 1984, Kinship Center has helped what they’ve done for 53 years. They train build and strengthen families for thouhundreds of organizations, their staffs 5 sands of children of all ages: those who and volunteers in their seminars, webinars can no longer remain safely with their birth and training sessions every year. Orange parents because of abuse and neglect; County’s nonprofits count on OneOC to those who have been abandoned; and also increase their knowledge and improve their those who are voluntarily relinquished for skills with quality, affordable educational adoption as infants by their birth parents. experience. Kinship Center has created programs and OneOC helps nonprofits develop their services over the years to meet the full capabilities, enhance their know-how and range of children’s needs, including chilconserve their resources to wring more dren with past trauma, and to support the results out of every dollar. The OneOC team adults who step forward to provide them consults on everything from governance safe “forever families.” Their pre and postand leadership to mission, vision and straadoption training gives new parents the tegic planning. From program delivery and tools they need to help children overcome measuring impact to strategic relationships the scars of their troubled pasts. and resource development. And from inter6 nal operations to management evaluation.


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Location The City of Santa Ana is located in central Orange County about 30 miles southeast of Los Angeles and 90 miles north of San Diego. Santa Ana’s central location and easy access to freeways makes it a great spot from which to see Southern California attractions including Disneyland, Hollywood, Universal Studios, Knott’s Berry Farm, Orange County Performing Arts Center, Angel Stadium and the Pond in Anaheim. Santa Ana is the Orange County hub for Amtrak, Metrolink, and OCTA bus transit services.

Geographic Location:

• Longitude:117 degrees, 52’01 minutes West • Latitude: 33 degrees, 44’44 minutes North (NCDC: Weather Station, Radar Data Inventories, 2005)

Land Area:

• Santa Ana covers 27.2 square miles with an elevation of 134.8 feet above sea level.


• Second largest city in Orange County • Tenth largest city in California by population (California State Department of Finance, 1/1/2010)

Zip Codes:

92701-92708, 92711-92712, 92725, 92728, 92735, 92799

Average Temperature:

January April July October

Average Rainfall:

13.71 inches (annual season average 1906-2007)

Businesses in City:

13,000 (State of CA, Employment Development Department, Dec. 2007)


357,754 (CA State Dept. of Finance estimate, 1/1/2010)

Low 45.1° F. Low 51.3° F. Low 62.0° F. Low 56.5° F.


High 68.1° F. High 72.8° F. High 82.8° F. High 79.3° F.

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Santa Ana is home to the largest resident population in Orange County, is the ninth most populated city in the state and the 50th largest nationwide. Although more than 50 percent of the City’s land is dedicated for residential purposes, Santa

Ethnicity Hispanic: 257,097 (76.0%) Asian: 29,412 (8.7%) White: 41,984 (12.4%) Black: 4,309 (1.3%) Pacific Islander: 993 (.3%) Am. Indian, Eskimo, Aleut: 886 (.3 %) Other 273 (.1%) Two or more races 3,023 (.9%) (U.S. Census Bureau 2000)

Ana boasts a thriving economic climate with about 13,000 businesses, 98 percent of which are considered small. With almost 38 percent of the city’s population under the age of 20, Santa Ana has a median age of 26.5 years—the youngest of the 100 largest cities in the US.

Median Age


School Enrollment

55,332 (SAUSD K-12, 1/16/2010)

Voter Registration


(O.C. Registrar of Voters, 4/30/2010)

Civilian Labor Force


(State of CA EDD, 3/2010)

Unemployment Rate


(State of CA EDD, 3/2010)

Largest Private Employers

TTM Technologies Inc. Tenet Healthsystem Medical Inc. DMS - Services LLC Freedom Communications Inc. Ponderosa Builders Inc. Alan B. Whitson Company Inc. Aluminum Precision Products Brasstech Inc. (Community Development Agency, 02/17/2010)

Housing Units

75,856 (CA State Dept. of Finance, 1/01/2009)


Median Home Price $567,200 Average Apartment Rent $1,393 Housing Units 73,375* Apartment Occupancy 93.2% People per Household 4.63 (*CA Dept. of Finance, Housing Estimates 1/1/07)

Median Income

(U.S. Census Bureau 2000)

$43,412 (household, U.S. Census 1990-2000)

Assessed Valuation

$20,509,177,127 (O.C. Auditor-Controller, 2009-10)

Building Activity

$51,243,698 (City of Santa Ana, 1/2009-12/2009)


Total Businesses - 13,000 Total Employed - 160,800 (State of CA EDD, Dec. 2007)

Taxable Sales

$3,670,635,000 (Bd. of Equalization 1/08–12/08)

Top Business Activities Retail Trade Services; Manufacturing


1,140 Firms (18.8%) 1,077 Firms (17.8%) 852 Firms (14.1%) (2002 Estimates)

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Public Safety

Emergency 911

Police Dept.


60 Civic Center Plaza, Santa Ana, CA 92701

Fire Dept. Dispatch Business

714-542-2315 714-647-5700

120 W. Walnut, Santa Ana, 92701 1439 S. Broadway, Santa Ana, 92707

City Offices 20 Civic Center Plaza Santa Ana, 92701 County Offices 10 Civic Center Plaza Santa Ana, 92701

City Hall City Manager City Clerk Mayor/City Council City Employment Community Development Business Office Planning/Building Agency

714-647-5400 714-647-5200 714-647-6520 714-647-6900 714-647-6500 714-647-5360 714-647-5447 714-667-2700

County Supervisors County Tax Collector County Information County Public Works

714-834-3100 714-834-3411 714-834-2000 714-567-6300


County Dept. of Ed. SAUSD Santa Ana College Santa Ana Main Library Regional Occupational Program

714-966-4000 714-558-5501 714-564-6000 714-647-5250 714-566-8400

Utilities Time-Warner Cable Time-Warner online AT&T Southern California Edison The Gas Company Water-Public Works Public Works Agency Public Works Maintenance

888-TW-CABLE 800-310-2355 800-655-4555 800-441-2233 800-427-2000 Commercial 800-427-2200 Residential 714-647-3341 714-647-5690 714-647-3380

Media 877-469-7344 625 North Grand, Santa Ana 92701

CityLine Online OC Register

Animal Control Parks & Recreation Housing Services Fair Housing Welfare Information Department of Motor Vehicles Graffiti Removal Integrated Waste Management Program O.C. Health Care Agency Orange County Transit District Schedule/Info John Wayne Orange County Airport Amtrak Service I The Depot OC Parks Santa Ana WORK Center


200 Kalmus Dr., Costa Mesa 92626 1601 E. Chestnut, Santa Ana 92701 1530 W. 17th St., Santa Ana 92706 26 Civic Ctr Plaza, Santa Ana 92701 1815 Ritchey St., Santa Ana 92705

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Waste Management of Orange County is committed to creating environmental solutions and innovative services to help our customers achieve their sustainability goals. We are continually working to find sustainable solutions to keep our communities cleaner and greener.

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Livability is the watchword of pride for 64 active associations representing neighborhoods with homes that span the past 116 years! As a result, people know their neighbors and take an active role in issues that improve their quality of life. In Santa Ana, “over the back yard fence” and “town hall” forms of networking ensure that residents’ voices are often heard all the way to City Hall. They truly make a difference in the decision-making process. Throughout the year, you’ll experience a host of neighborhood events and activities, including home tours, garden shows, concerts, and art exhibits, all in the context of neighborhood fun and pride.

In Santa Ana, residential neighborhoods range from custombuilt homes to older historic treasures to more contemporary tract developments. In many areas, an abundance of large yards and mature trees are a reflection of times past. In others, the emergence of live/work artists’ lofts are breathing new life into the meaning of downtown urban living.


Neighborhood Association Floral Park Washington Square Historic French Park Heninger Park Eastside Wilshire Square Thornton Park Fisher Park Park Santiago Logan Sandpointe Santa Ana Triangle West Floral Park Riverview West Edna Park


Other Neighborhood Associations: Fairhaven Santa Ana Memorial Park Laurelhurst Sunwood Central Mar-Les Flower Park Portola Park Valley Adams Riverview Morrison Park New Horizons Mabury Park Casa de Santiago Casa Bonita Lyon Street Grand Sunrise

Lacy Delhi South Coast Mid-City French Court Morning Sunwood Shadow Run Central City Pico-Lowell West Grove Valley Madison Park Rosewood Baker Windsor Village North Meredith Parkwood Townsend/Raitt Downtown

Saddleback View Bristol/Warner Centennial Park Artesia Pilar Northwest Windsor Village Willard Bristol Memory Coalition Santa Anita Republic Homes Cedar Evergreen Co-Op Cornerstone Village Concord Riverglen Metro Classic Fairbridge Square Young Square

Clockwise, from top left: 1. Engineering & Construction Academy students working on a hightech educational kit in a lab that includes robotics, flexible automation systems, industrial technology and control systems. 2. Culinary & Hospitality Academy students learning the art of carving a Thanksgiving turkey. 3. Inside the multi-media Macintosh lab—a studio for budding graphic artists using InDesign, Illustrator, and video monitors to conference with professionals in the field. 4. Skillsaw work using state-of-the-industry equipment for hands-on experience. Note safety glasses and spotter/teammate.


Voices Heard The High School Inc. Academies, Launched in 2007, Are Making A Difference in Santa Ana

By Dale Ward On April 26 of this year, the Santa Ana Unified School Board voted in response to (and in harmony with) a growing community groundswell for High School Inc. (HSI). In a 5-0 vote of ownership and growing advocacy, Board members reinforced their personal support of this innovative and popular program at Valley High School (VHS). Three factors paved the way for this second five-year vote of confidence. First, HSI has found its voice. Second, boots-on-the-ground businesses have left an indelible footprint on the campus. And third, HSI is a big idea. High School Inc. Has Found its Voice Today at HSI, an orchestrated voice of students, teachers, parents, administrators, public officials, and yes, hundreds of businesses is pushing against the resistance to change. It’s a grassroots orchestration of a sound echoing in classrooms, hallways, and the hands-on laboratories of a learning institution that will ultimately grow to be a community high school with doors open to a city that needs it. HSI is a voice of education reform and economic growth that captures the student spirit brought to life by the hope and opportunity of a real-world connection to learning within structured pilot programs. While each of us can point to the motivating influence of a teacher who helped prepare us for adult life, the most immediate and influential source of real-world education is student-to-student learning under the counsel of business partners and teachers as coaches.

In the recent New York Times article “Let Kids Rule the School,” Susan Engle wrote: “We want young people to become independent and capable, yet we structure their days to the minute and give them few opportunities to do anything but answer multiplechoice questions, follow instructions, and memorize information. We cast social interaction as an impediment to learning, yet all evidence points to the huge role it plays in their psychological development.” A structured small-group pilot made up of student teams with a mix of highperforming and high-risk students creating learning methodologies (teams learning to speak with one voice), life skills (students finding their own voice), and workplace-specific skills (graduates speaking with a community voice), is the humanization of small learning communities. Boots-on-the-Ground Businesses While visionaries, strategists and planners focus on HSI foundational pieces, hundreds of Academy volunteers are taking ideas from industry and turning them into campus events and activities. It is here where college and career pathways become visible, touchable and reachable—where imagination is the better truth. Students and instructors welcome with overwhelming popularity chefs from leading hotels and restaurants working side by side with Culinary and Hospitality Academy students planning, preparing and serving a sit-down Thanksgiving Dinner for 250 (the first such holiday repast for many of the students). At the same time, culinary suppliers donate chef’s coats, dishes,

linens, utensils and an endless supply of cleaning equipment. This summer, a state-of-the-industry kitchen facility will be installed, again with businesses working closely with designers and architects. There’s also a drive for industry accreditation from the Automotive, Transportation and Logistics Academy, recently named for George P. Heidler Jr. for his frontline leadership. When awarded in 2012, Valley will become the first high school in Orange County to be accredited by the National Automotive Technicians Education Foundation (NATEF). At the Global Business Academy, business professionals work with students to create three “companies;” elect officers and draft business plans; then design, produce, market and sell actual greeting cards. Across campus in the Engineering, Construction & Manufacturing Academies, students pour over calculations that will keep eggs whole when dropped twenty feet from a hydraulic lift operated by an industry professional. At the Healthcare Academy, students measure the vital signs of fellow students with diagnostic techniques monitored by nurses, medical technicians and suppliers, and apply these skills at their annual campus health fair. At the New Media Academy, a state-of-the-industry broadcast and recording studio receives the final setup touches for student news anchors, reporters in the field with shoulder cameras, and others creating stories on film, websites, commercial grade artwork and advertising. On the horizon is the vision of a law academy to support the rapidly growing legal profession in Orange County. (continued)


Students and teachers refer to industry professionals as their business partners. The businesses on campus refer to the students as their future employees. Each Academy is supported by an Academy advisory committee made up of dozens of business and industry professionals working as volunteers with Academy instructors and school administrators. HSI Is A Big Idea The sound you now hear is that of a chorus all saying the same thing: High School Inc. Academies at Valley High School is a big idea. What makes it large is that when people hear about it for the first time, they feel its draw, its strength and its success. They’re not puzzled. They don’t ask how it will work. As a concept, it’s understood. Although HSI is unable at this time to point to its report card and take credit for an increase in the number of graduates, it is strongly believed that this will be one of its most significant outcomes. And while it won’t take responsibility for a significant 49-point jump in Valley High School’s state performance score, it may well have influenced the increase in student achievement that this jump represents. It will also not claim responsibility for significantly advancing career technical education completion numbers, but perhaps it should. Career Technical Education (CTE) enrollment is up dramatically, CTE programs completed and diplomas earned is more than doubling, CTE courses linked to college programs are at an unprecedented growth rate, and CTE UC/CSU admissions-qualified students are quadrupling. Each is an indicator of the advancement with page-turner eagerness of the HSI story, chapter by exciting chapter, in a wakeup year for students. And not to go unnoticed, the Orange County Register reported Wednesday, August 25, 2010, that VHS recorded the “…biggest improvement in English, growing by 7 percentage points from the previous year.” Yes, perhaps HSI should take some ownership and share these feel-good, breakthrough results. 22

Student Engagement Connecting the classroom to the workplace ambushes head-on the barrier of dullness and indifference plaguing education and depriving the local business market the talent it needs to be competitive and grow jobs. The consequence of failing to deliver a relevant antidote to the disappointment with off-the-topic education is to feed the doom-and-gloom of warnings coming from the marketplace. HSI is staged to retool education when its vision and strategy play out as designed. While not a big winner yet on the changing lives front, a preview of things to come is being acted out daily on the VHS campus and in the HSI Academies. The result is student engagement. It is here more than anywhere else that HSI can go to the head of the class. Orange County, though one of the wealthiest regions in the country, has a central area that is one of the poorest. Santa Ana is a workforce community. Yet two-thirds of its eligible workers struggle to qualify for entry-level positions in sustainable growth industries because they lack the skills, knowledge and abilities, and the language of the 21st century workplace. Research tells us that 75% of Orange County businesses will not hire non-English speaking applicants. Language and the widening skills gap remain barriers to equity and economic growth. Adherence to the status quo in the classroom and workplace threatens to lock in place the poorer core communities of the county. Retooling the Workforce Unless significant public and private training resources are brought to bear on issues of equity and economics in the county’s core areas, the thus-far nearly unstoppable shortage of qualified workers will continue. When the workplace is out of balance with the reality of the community’s labor skill needs, retooling of these inequities as economic forces becomes imperative to sustain the business community’s ability to invest in the future. Without fresh investment in what is still a game of catch-up in the workplace, further undermining of productivity and profit-

ability will risk narrowing ROI margins that hurt business profitability and negatively impact community wealth. A Community High School Outfitting the workforce with 21st century skills has a positive impact on the community and worker performance that is immediate. When applied to future workers in underperforming schools, businesses supporting academies, recruitment of interns and hiring of graduates armed with the right skills, productivity and profitability grow in the workplace and sustainable jobs increase in growth industries. In arresting previously unbridgeable skills gaps and language barriers, the business community supports its education partners in bringing individual and market attention to community inequities, economic opportunity to the classroom and workplace, and balance to social equity and economic values. The HSI brand is recognized for its realworld connection to the classroom. Personalized instruction is fundamental to life-long learning. No individual student is exactly like any other, and the days of one-size-fits-all instruction are gone. The vision of a high school with portals of entry for underprivileged families and parents who want success for their kids but don’t know where to go is being discovered in HSI at VHS. Through a process of collaborative leadership between business, administration, teachers, staff, and parents, HSI at VHS is becoming a first-of-itskind true community high school. It is providing rigorous and comprehensive personal pathways that lead to a sustainable livelihood that supports a family and pays forward to a constituent community that includes the neighborhood, the city, surrounding communities, Orange County and beyond. High School Inc.: a big idea brought to you by the Santa Ana Chamber. n Dale Ward, former senior vice president at the Santa Ana Chamber, was instrumental in developing High School Inc. For more info, contact Program Director Sharon Gomez at 714-541-5353, ext. 118.

h i g h schoo l i nc . academ i es educational philosophy and methodologies for classroom instruction, thus producing the best-qualified graduates for local industries.


pened in 2007, High School Inc. Academies is a revolutionary partnership between the Chamber of Commerce and the Santa Ana Unified School District that prepares students for careers, develops a workforce with higher skills, and helps improve the local economy. This innovative, market– driven educational program is guided by principles that provide students the skills demanded by the local marketplace. In seven academies, learning is

focused on automotive, transportation & logistics; culinary arts; engineering & construction; global business; health care; manufacturing; and new media. Research studies in local business community workforce demands have helped shape the

n The Academies provide concurrent fulfillment of state graduation requirements through integrated academic and technical classes, and may receive class credits at local colleges and trade schools.

and incentives for teachers, and a management team that routinely assesses and adjusts the curriculum to reflect trends in student achievement, labor market conditions, and community welfare. This new institution directly benefits our county’s most

secure a good job, start a business, or go on to a college or university.

challenged minority. HSI will eventually enroll as many as 2,700 Santa Ana students who are passionate about learning and disciplined to excel in a challenging setting. The school actively targets students whose potential and motivation are unfulfilled in a traditional classroom setting.

new thinking in secondaryschool education. Matching local labor pool skills to market demands is the primary goal. By utilizing a curriculum that can respond to local market conditions, the city of Santa Ana and the Orange County business community will benefit from a more competitive workforce. And in so doing, we are helping increase the high school graduation rate, prepare our future workforce, and change lives. n

The Academies concept is a successful new model that can be replicated in other urban areas, and represents

n A council of business leaders directs curriculum planning to include field trips to industry facilities, equipment

demonstrations by managers and foremen, internship opportunities, job shadowing, and part-time employment.

n Students learn valuable, real-world skills by completing team project assignments that teach rigor and relevance. Teams track their progress with daily entries in online journals. HSI’s innovative approach to high school education includes greater accountability

By graduation, Academy students are fully prepared to choose one of several career options: immediate employment in a chosen industry; higher education at a college, university or career technical school; or establishment of a start-up business as a proprietor or partner. These high school seniors graduate with the skills, abilities and knowledge required to


E D U C AT I O N The people of Santa Ana believe in the future of their youth. They invest in their college and university-bound students, and help prepare them for new workforce challenges and opportunities in the 21st century. Santa Ana Unified School District is recognized as one of the leading American urban school districts. For university transfer preparation, career training, or personal development, Santa Ana College has proven to be the best choice for advancement. The College has a reputation for excellence and is continually ranked a state leader for the number of students who transfer each year to a university.

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Argosy University 714-338-6200 •

Art Institute of California, O.C. 714-830-0200 •

Garden Grove Unified School District 714-663-6000 •

California Southern University 714-480-0800 •

Central County ROP, SAUSD 714-541-5537 •

Orange Unified School District 714-628-4000 •

California State University, Fullerton 714-278-2011 •

Corinthian Colleges, Inc. 714-427-3000 •

Tustin Unified School District 714-730-7301 •

Chapman University, Extended Education 714-997-6728 •

Digital Media Center 714-241-5812 •

Rancho Santiago Community College District 714-480-7300 •

Santa Ana College 714-564-6000 •

High School Inc. Academies 714-541-5353

Private & Charter High Schools

Santiago Canyon College 714-628-4900 •

Mater Dei High School 714-754-7711 •

Taller San Jose 714-543-5105 •

University of Redlands 714-549-2006 •

Orange County High School of the Arts 714-560-0900 •

Vanguard University 714-556-3610 •

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First American Corp.’s Parker Kennedy Named “Person of the Year” by the Santa Ana Chamber of Commerce

arker Kennedy is executive chairman of First American Financial Corporation. He is also executive chairman of CoreLogic, Inc., which was launched from The First American Corporation in June 2010 when that company separated its financial services and information solutions businesses. Prior to the separation, he served as chairman and CEO of the combined entity, a position he assumed in December 2003, after serving as president for nearly 12 years. Kennedy was elected to the board of The First American Corporation in 1987. Since joining First American in 1977, he has been vice president-national sales director on corporate staff and manager of the firm’s Ventura County office in Oxnard, Calif. Earlier he was senior vice president of the firm’s subsidiary, First American Title Company of Los Angeles. In May 2003, Kennedy was recognized as one of America’s top chief executives on Forbes Magazine’s prestigious list of “Best-Performing Bosses.” Ranked at number five, Kennedy was one of only 10 executives from the nation’s 500 largest companies to receive an A+ efficiency grade for pay versus performance.


Kennedy has also been honored by the Marine Corps Scholarship Foundation with the 2010 Semper Fidelis Award in recognition of his lifetime of community and philanthropic leadership and his standing in the Southern California business community. He serves on the boards of directors of various charitable organizations, including the Fletcher Jones Foundation. He is a past chairman of the board of the Santa Ana Chamber, the Bowers Museum, and the Orange County Council of the Boy Scouts of America. A member of the California Bar Association, Kennedy practiced law for four years with Levinson & Lieberman in Beverly Hills. He graduated from the USC in 1970 with an A.B. degree in economics, and received his law degree from Hastings College of the Law, San Francisco, in 1973. He was born in Orange, where he now resides. Kennedy is the great-grandson of First American’s founder, C.E. Parker. Congratulations to the Santa Ana Chamber of Commerce’s first Person of the Year!

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What Types of Businesses are Eligible? Businesses of all types and sizes that are located in the Santa Ana Enterprise Zone are eligible. The Enterprise Zone (EZ) covers over 98% of the City of Santa Ana’s commercial and industrial space and encompasses more than 16 square miles. To verify if your business address is in the Santa Ana EZ refer to the map below, call an EZ representative or check the EZ street ranges on the city website (see info below).

Description of Program and Benefits: On June 8, 2008 the City of Santa Ana received a 15-year EZ designation. The EZ program is designed to promote business growth and job generation by offering state tax credits and highly valuable incentives to businesses. The incentives provided by the Santa Ana EZ program include: HIRING CREDIT - A qualified business may earn $37,440 or more in tax credits per qualifying employee over a five-year period. Newly hired employees are screened for eligibility and a Hiring Credit Voucher (TCA-EZ1) is issued to the EZ business. SALES OR USE TAX CREDIT - California income or franchise tax may be reduced by the amount of sales or use tax paid on certain machinery and machinery parts and data processing, telecommunications and office equipment purchased for exclusive use in the EZ. $1.55 million or more per year in tax credits is available for qualifying purchases. BUSINESS EXPENSE DEDUCTION - Part of the cost of certain property purchased for exclusive use in the EZ may be deducted as a business expense in the first year it is placed in service. NET OPERATING LOSS CARRYOVER for 2002 and 2003 tax years) - Up to 100% Net Operating Loss (NOL) for individuals or CITY(suspended OF SANTA ANA corporations doing business in the EZ may be carried for up to 15 years to reduce the amount of taxable EZ income for those years. Enterprise Zone over Map NET INTEREST DEDUCTION FOR LENDERS A deduction from income is allowed on the amount of “net interest” earned on loans made to a trade or business located exclusively in the EZ.


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Once you have verified that your business address is located in the EZ, consult your accountant or state tax preparer and start taking advantage of the EZ tax benefits. Contact the City of Santa Ana for more details about obtaining a Hiring Credit Voucher (TCA-EZ1) for qualified employees.



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Contact the City of Santa Ana Economic Development Division at (714) 647-6987 and ask for an EZ representative. Access additional information, download forms and view valuable links on the City of Santa Ana website at business and under “Business Incentives” click “Enterprise Zone.” To make an appointment and for more info about EZ Hiring Credit screening at the Santa Ana WORK center call (714) 565-261. Businesses can send new hires to the Santa Ana WORK Center Wednesdays, 9 am to 12 noon.

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Quick Guide to Doing Business: A 10-Step Plan to Setting Up Shop in Santa Ana 1. Evaluate Your Needs and Determine Your Location City of Santa Ana Economic Development Division (714) 647-6987 The Economic Development Division has information on business incentive programs, starting a business, job training and placement, and export development assistance. We are located at 20 Civic Center Plaza, 6th Floor, Santa Ana, California. Working in cooperation with the private real estate community, the City also assists businesses wishing to locate or expand by identifying possible locations. Call to find out if your prospective site is located in the Enterprise Zone, an area that offers tax benefits.

2. Follow the Zoning Ordinances for Your Business Location City of Santa Ana Planning & Building Agency (714) 647-5804 The City has established zoning ordinances for both home-based businesses and commercial addresses.

3. Name Your Business To File a Ficticious Business Name: Orange County Clerk-Recorder’s Office (714) 834-2500 If you intend to name your firm anything other than your own name, you must file a Fictitious Business Name, also called a DBA (Doing Business As).

6. Get the Right City Permits Zoning For questions about Zoning, Environmental Review, Land Use, and Conditional Use Permits. (714) 647-5804 Planning & Building Agency For questions about Plan Check, Mechanical, and Electrical Permits. (714) 647-5804 Business License For questions about obtaining your business license. (714) 647-5447 Public Works For questions about public right-of-way, sanitation, and recycling. (714) 647-5690 Fire Prevention Services For questions about hazardous materials, underground storage tanks & fire investigation. (714) 547-5700 Permit Assistance Team For questions about which permits to obtain. (714) 647-6987

4. Get a Business License

7. Get a Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN)

City of Santa Ana Business Tax Administration (714) 647-5447 Any person operating a business in the city must obtain a business license and pay an annual business license tax.

Internal Revenue Service (800) 829-1040 A partnership, corporation, or a sole proprietorship with employees requires a Federal Employer Identification Number (FEIN), also known as a Federal Tax Identification Number. A sole proprietorship without employees can use the owner’s social security number.

5. Get Important State Permits

The Economic Development Division can help you determine what other permits or licenses you may need. Contact the appropriate offices listed below: 8. Get a State Employer Identification Number (SEIN) Employment Development Department For Wholesale and Retail Businesses (888) 745-3886 Apply for a Seller’s Permit. State Board of Equalization: (714) 558-4059 The same rules generally apply for a State Employer Identification Number as for a Federal Employer Identification Number. Please refer to the item For Restaurants and Food Vendors above. A Health Inspection is required. The Orange County Environmental Health Division: (714) 433-6000 9. Open a Checking Account for Your Business For Restaurants Serving Alcohol and Liquor Stores A Liquor License is required. California Department of Alcoholic Beverages Control: (714) 558-4101 For Some Types of Retail and Manufacturing South Coast AQMD: (909) 396-2000


For Business Structure If you are filing as a corporation, S corporation, partnership, or limited liability company, you must register your business. California Secretary of State: (916) 657-5448,

Separate business and personal accounting is essential for tax returns.

10. Write a Business Plan Successful businesses have a business plan. The Orange County Small Business Development Center offers a workshop on how to prepare a business plan. For a schedule of low-cost workshops, call (714) 564-5200 or visit

For more information contact: City of Santa Ana Economic Development Division 20 Civic Center Plaza, Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 647-6987

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Description of Program and Benefits: Through the Workforce Investment Act (WIA) funding, the Santa Ana WORK Center is able to assist the workforce needs of business. All services are free of charge. JOB LISTINGS – Businesses may post job openings free of charge. Job orders are seen by a wide network of workforce professionals who have access to qualified candidates, ranging in skill, education and experience. Businesses can indicate on the Job Order Form the method of contact for job applicants. On-Site Services – The Santa Ana WORK Center is able to provide facilities to test, interview or screen job applicants. Additionally, the Santa Ana WORK Center can arrange special hiring events and job fairs; consider it a “human resources office” away from the office. On-The-Job Training (OJT) – This training program has been designed to increase the specific job related skills of participants by providing them with related work experience specific to a chosen occupation; and through direct work experience increasing participant’s potential for future work opportunities and earnings. OJT provides reimbursement to the employer of up to 50 percent of the wage rate of the participant for the costs of providing the training and additional supervision related to the training. Work Experience (WEX) – Employers who are interested in hiring a job seeker, with a limited work history or lack work experience. The Santa Ana W/O/R/K Center will pay 100% of a participant’s salary including workers’ compensation and liability insurance for 16 weeks.

rapid response team The Santa Ana “Rapid Response Team” is a non-profit, federally funded program, offering complimentary liaison services to Santa Ana businesses and their employees facing layoffs or facility closures. EMPLOYER BENEFITS Economic advantage – “Rapid Response” reduces a company’s unemployment insurance liability by allowing the Santa Ana WORK Center to assist ex-employees to quickly find re-employment. Additionally, the Rapid Response Team offers layoff aversion through refinancing programs and utilization of labor market information. The liaison’s services may improve possible negative perceptions of downsizing through public relations. EMPLOYEE BENEFITS Free customized outplacement services for all levels of employees include the following: n Assistance with Individual Retirement Account (IRA)/401K planning n Assistance with unemployment compensation filing n Employment counseling and local support services n Pre-layoff orientations n Access to information on other career opportunities n Referrals to debt management agencies n Relocation and labor market information n Résumé and interviewing techniques workshops n Training for new opportunities through classroom, on-the-job training or vocational training TRADE IMPACTED CLOSURES If a business closure is a result of import/export competition, employees will be eligible for certain additional benefits under the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA). The Santa Ana “Rapid Response Team” can help companies and their employees access these benefits. Getting Started For More Information When facing layoffs contact the Santa Ana WORK Center. Contact (714) 565-2660. Access additional information on 32

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Established in 1889, the Santa Ana Chamber of Commerce is the oldest and most innovative business association in Orange County. The Chamber is committed to fostering business growth, career training, research and development, employment for youth, and a balance between economic vibrancy and livability. It continues to be the leading voice for progress, economic prosperity, educational advancement and workplace development.

Vision Statement “To transform our community into a model of sustainable prosperity.”

MISSION STATEMENT “To broker community solutions that create economic growth.”

CORE VALUES Leadership

We recognize civic opportunities, formulate solutions and mobilize resources to bring to reality our vision of a thriving, prosperous community.


We adhere to personal and organizational guidelines of behavior that, publicly and privately, are morally binding in principle and in practice.


We create new concepts to reach our goals, operating with high degrees of resourcefulness and professionalism in process and performance.


We form business partnerships marked by openness, trust and cooperation, establishing community programs mutually beneficial to all parties.


Pursuing both social equity and economic development, we are building a life-changing legacy of hope and opportunity for generations to come.

Initiatives: Workforce Solutions • Developing the skills, knowledge and abilities needed for success in the workplace of seven growth industries. • Supporting a new high school-level technology academy in Santa Ana. High School Inc. Academies is a first-of-itskind partnership between the business community and the Santa Ana Unified School District.

Education & Training • Breaking the English language barrier to economic prosperity and sustainable jobs. • Supporting the Rancho Santiago Community College District in building community awareness and support for English as the language of business.

Community Engagement • Building the foundation of the Chamber of Commerce through the retention and attraction of member investors. • Evaluating and implementing member benefits, services and programs that increase the value of member investments and provide opportunities for members to build their business and expand their return on community investments.


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Is Your Business Connected? The Santa Ana Chamber of Commerce is 120 years old, a volunteer-driven, membership-based organization forged from the business, governmental, educational and social sectors, all working in collaboration to create a better quality of life and prosperous business environment. Men and women like you, companies like yours and organizations with similar values are joining the Chamber every day. These individuals are providing leadership, sharing knowledge and exchanging business with one another. All taking pride in the redevelopment of a vibrant community we are proud to call home. Together, we are creating a revived sense of community, and connecting one business at a time.

Business to Business Business begins and ends with a handshake. Our networking events are business playgrounds for entrepreneurs and account managers. Weekly networking opportunities to build relationships, word-of-mouth referrals and name recognition are open and waiting for you. Join us and come shake hands with your future customers. Monthly Mixers At these informal business socials, you meet and network with fellow members and community leaders, welcome new members and learn more about the benefits of the Santa Ana Chamber. Monthly Networking Luncheons Mixing networking with sales and marketing training is a win/win and a recipe for new business development. A great way to improve your sales opportunities. AM Partnership Leads Group An exclusive group of dedicated members (membership program within our membership) meets semi-monthly to exchange leads with one another and build lasting relationships. Annual Business Expo This is an event you do not want to miss. Reserve your display space and increase

your customer base. A sell-out every year; more than 500 prospective customers, great entertainment, food, prizes, booth awards and more.

Luncheon to celebrate the extraordinary community contributions of five leaders from the business community and twelve local high school seniors. Each student is presented with a college scholarship in the amount of $1,000, sponsored by a local company or community organization. Award winners are chosen by a committee of volunteers from the City, the Chamber, the School District, and private schools located in the city.

Connecting to Education High School Inc. is a community initiative and partnership between the Santa Ana Unified School District and the Santa Ana Chamber, determined to help our youth become better prepared for the world of work and higher education. HSI goals are to increase the number of students who achieve passing grades and complete courses that are career-relevant and a step above introductory/basic; decrease the number of high school dropouts; and increase the number of high school graduates who graduate with community college credits and are eligible to attend college.

The State of the City Luncheon is our premier community event. Business leaders, elected officials, and other distinguished guests all gather by the hundreds to hear Mayor Miguel Pulido make his annual presentation on projects in progress and those planned for the future. Community business partners show their civic pride and support of our great city by sponsoring the State of the City and advertising in this Guide. Fundraising can be fun! The annual AT&T Golf Tournament raises substantial funds to continue our mission of developing the local workforce. Come play a round of golf with us, and help us work to strengthen the local economy.

Connecting to Relevant Info Staying up to date with business and market trends, HR regulations, tax implications, and compliance issues can be strenuous and overwhelming. Speaker forums, workshops, seminars, HR roundtables, e-mail updates and this annual Community Guide and Business Directory keep you informed and in business.

A quality prepared workforce is business’ most valuable asset. Business and education now work side-by-side to close the skills gap of our future workforce and the needs of business. A worthwhile investment in our community and future business success.

Connecting to Community Community involvement is an open-door policy for all Santa Ana Chamber members. Whether it’s event planning or discussing legislative issues, working on projects with fellow members is the best way to build relationships and grow your business. In March, the Santa Ana Chamber of Commerce holds its “Difference Makers”

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South Coast Racquet Club Apartments 1101 W. Stevens Ave. South Coast Metro, CA 92707 (866) 642-1671

Rutan & Tucker Law Firm 611 Anton Blvd., Ste. 1400 Costa Mesa, CA 92626 (714) 662-4628

Apparel Manufacturing

Strickroth and Parker, LLP 2677 N. Main St., Ste. 800 Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 542-6300

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Attorneys - Business

Attorneys - Employment

Gost Brand 1816 W. St. Anne Pl. Santa Ana, CA 92704 (310) 428-8740

Figueroa Law Firm 2670 N. Main St., Ste. 305 Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 644-9784

IL Capriccio By Casa Koreana 169 East City Place Dr. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 972-8170

Attorneys - Family Law

Attorneys Alfredo Amezcua & Associates Law Office 1319 N. Broadway Santa Ana, CA 92706 (714) 835-3538 Declues, Burkett & Thompson, LLP 17011 Beach Blvd., Ste. 400 Huntington Beach, CA 926477455 (714) 843-9444 Hanna & Scott Attorneys at Law 200 N. Main St., 2nd Floor Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 835-2122

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Auto Body Repair & Painting Hi Tech Collision & Glass 1620 E. McFadden Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 547-5128 Kelly’s Body Shop, Inc. 2041 S. Main St. Santa Ana, CA 92707 (714) 540-5066 Top Finish Collision Center 626 W. 17th St. Santa Ana, CA 92706 (714) 543-9713 Auto Dealer Financing Credit One Corporation 2333 N. Broadway, Ste. 130 Santa Ana, CA 92706 (714) 918-1800 Auto Dealers

Attorneys - Immigration Law Offices of John R. Alcorn, APC 2212 Dupont Dr., Ste. V Irvine, CA 92612 (949) 553-8529 Attorneys - Litigation Aitken Aitken Cohn 3 MacArthur Pl., Ste. 800 Santa Ana, CA 92707 (714) 434-1424 Attorneys Personal Injury

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Prenovost, Normandin, Bergh & Dawe 2122 N. Broadway, Ste. 200 Santa Ana, CA 92706 (714) 547-2444

Strickroth and Parker, LLP 2677 N. Main St., Ste. 800 Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 542-6300

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Tustin Awards, Inc. 1322 Bell Ave., Ste. 1A Tustin, CA 92780 (714) 247-2277

Partners Bank of California 27201 Puerta Real Mission Viejo, CA 92691 (949) 732-4000

Bail Bonds

Union Bank 500 S. Main St. Orange, CA 92868 (714) 565-5500

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Wells Fargo 1801 E. 17th St. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 543-0146 Wells Fargo 2030 Main St., 11th Floor Irvine, CA 92614 (949) 251-6014

Banquet Halls / Meeting Rooms Delhi Community Center 505 E. Central Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92707 (714) 481-9600 South Coast Winery Restaurant 3608 S. Bristol Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 957-1857 The Hacienda 1725 N. College Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92706 (714) 558-1304 Tustin Ranch Golf Club 12442 Tustin Ranch Rd. Tustin, CA 92782 (714) 730-1611

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Business & Trade Organizations

Wells Fargo 3925 S. Bristol St. Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 435-3840

Downtown Inc. 305 E. 4th St., Ste. 200 Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 647-6101

Wells Fargo 3650 S. Bristol St. Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 549-4590

Business Career Development

Wells Fargo 2301 S. Main St. Santa Ana, CA 92707 (714) 662-3542

Farmers Career Development Center 333 S. Anita Dr., Ste. 995 Orange, CA 92868 (714) 202-8510 Business Services

Wells Fargo 101 W. 4th St. Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 541-7080 (800) 869-3557

Santa Ana Chamber of Commerce 2020 N. Broadway, Ste. 200 Santa Ana, CA 92706 (714) 541-5353

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Sharon & Sons Floor to Ceiling 2130 S. Main St. Santa Ana, CA 92707 (714) 754-1531


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Woody’s Beach Club and Grill 1808 N. Tustin Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 640-2164

SingerLewak 2050 Main St., 7th Floor Irvine, CA 92614 (949) 261-8600

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Chambers of Commerce

Brown Colonial Mortuary 204 W. 17th St. Santa Ana, CA 92706 (714) 542-3949 www.browncolonialmortuary. com Fairhaven Memorial Park, Inc. 1702 Fairhaven Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 633-1442 Funeraria Del Angel MacDougall Family Mortuary 1610 E. 1st St. Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 543-9351 Santa Ana Cemetery 1919 E. Santa Clara Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 953-2959 Certified Public Accountants Barnes Accountancy Corporation 515 Cabrillo Prk. Dr., Ste. 310 Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 541-4338 ELLS Certified Public Accountants & Business Advisors 1611 E. 4th St., Ste. 200 Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 569-1000 Glenn M Gelman & Associates 1940 E. 17th St. Santa Ana, CA 92705-8606 (714) 667-2600 Ronald Blue & Company 1551 N. Tustin Ave., Ste. 1000 Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 543-0500

Santa Ana Chamber of Commerce 2020 N. Broadway, Ste. 200 Santa Ana, CA 92706 (714) 541-5353 Chiropractors Lighthouse Family Wellness Center 2090 N. Tustin Ave., Ste. 150 Santa Ana, CA 92702 (714) 542-9991 www.lighthousefamilywellness. com Pure Health Chiropractic 1717 Old Tustin Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 953-5533 City Government City of Santa Ana 20 Civic Center Plaza Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 647-5400 City of Santa Ana - Community Development Agency PO Box 1988 Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 647-5360 City of Santa Ana Economic Development PO Box 1988 Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 647-6987 Santa Ana Fire Department PO Box 1988, M-80 Santa Ana, CA 92707 (714) 647-5700 City of Santa Ana Mayor & Council 20 Civic Center Plaza Santa Ana, CA 92702 (714) 647-6900

City of Santa Ana Planning & Building Agency 20 Civic Center Plaza Santa Ana, CA 92702 (714) 667-2700 City of Santa Ana Public Works Agency 20 Civic Center Plaza M21 PO Box 1988 Santa Ana, CA 92702 (714) 647-5654 Santa Ana Police Department 60 Civic Center Plaza Santa Ana, CA 92702 (714) 245-8719 Santa Ana Police Dept. Westend Substation 3750 W. McFadden, Ste. I Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 647-5062 Santa Ana WORK Center 1000 E. Santa Ana Blvd., Ste. 200 Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 565-2600 Santa Ana Workforce Investment Board PO Box 1988-M-73 Santa Ana, CA 92702 (714) 565-2644 Clothing Stores - All IL Capriccio By Casa Koreana 169 East City Place Dr. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 972-8170 Coffee Service Quick Dispense 2700 Kimball Ave. Pomona, CA 91727 (909) 625-3700 Commercial Truck Dealers Tom’s Truck Center 909 N. Grand Ave Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 835-1978 (800) 638-1015

Community Colleges Santa Ana College 1530 W.17th St. Santa Ana, CA 92706-3398 (714) 564-6975 Santiago Canyon College 8045 E. Chapman Ave. Orange, CA 92869 (714) 628-4900

Master Development Corporation 4200 Von Karman Ave. Newport Beach, CA 92660 (949) 724-8886 Vulcan Materials/ Calmat Division 1401 E. Warner Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92707 (714) 546-0622 Consultants

Computer - Consultants Marz West Enterprises, Inc. 30 Corporate Circle, Ste. 102 Irvine, CA 92606 (714) 815-5226 Computer Hardware Sales Goodwill Computer Works 2702 W. 5th St. Santa Ana, CA 92703 (714) 543-9272 Computer Repair/Service ITensure Computer Troubleshooters 735 N. Poinsettia Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 280-4994 Computer Software Development WebLink International 3905 W. Vincennes Rd. #210 Indianapolis, IN 46268 (317) 872-3909 Construction/ Developers Battres Construction LLC 2917 W. Warner Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 754-0709 Hardy & Harper, Inc. 1312 E. Warner Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 444-1851

Client Advocate Network 1524 Brookhollow Dr. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 668-9500 www.clientadvocatenetwork. com Edward Hernandez Jr. and Associates, Inc. 5404 Indian Wells Court Anaheim, CA 92807 (714) 336-1266 Exit & Retirement Strategies, Inc. 333 City Blvd. West, Ste. 2050 Orange, CA 92868 (866) 370-3774 J. Crain Corporation 2415 N. Riverside Dr. Santa Ana, CA 92706 (714) 469-4208 The Value Institute at DGWB 217 N. Main St., Ste. 200 Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 881-2300 Vintage Orchid Event Planning 3941 S. Bristol St., Ste.D422 Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 586-6671 Continuing Education Programs Centennial Education Center 2900 W Edinger Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 241-5700

CopierS - Equipment & Supplies Konica Minolta Business Solutions 1900 S. State College, Ste. 600 Anaheim, CA 92806 (714) 688-7764 Cosmetics Susie Clisson 11102 Poppy Dr. Garden Grove, CA 92840 (714) 469-1664 County Government Orange County Transportation Authority 550 S. Main St. Orange, CA 92863-1584 (714) 560-5584 Orange County Workforce Investment Board 1300 S. Grand Ave., Bldg. B, 3rd Fl Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 567-7371 Credit Card Services Spectrum Merchant Services 3 Hutton Centre Dr., Ste. 450 Santa Ana, CA 92707 (714) 285-4848

Orange County’s Credit Union 1701 St. Andrew Pl. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 755-5900 Schools First Federal Credit Union 2115 N. Broadway Santa Ana, CA 92706 (714) 258-4000 Credit/Debt Counseling Services Consumer Credit Counseling Service of Orange County PO Box 11330 Santa Ana, CA 92711 (714) 547-2227 DentistS Arturo J. Lomeli DDS 415 N. Sycamore St., Ste. 300 Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 973-8797 Smooth Dental Group 2657 W. Edinger Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 850-9121 West Park Medical Dental 2413 W. 17th St. Santa Ana, CA 92706 (714) 554-0513 Department Stores

Credit Unions InTouch Credit Union 1 First American Way Santa Ana, CA 92707 (714) 382-7120 (800) 854-3643 Orange County’s Credit Union 1701 E. St. Andrew Place Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 755-5900 Orange County’s Credit Union 856 Ross St. Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 755-5900

Wal-Mart 3600 W. McFadden Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 775-1804 Dermatology Rehlen, Bartlow, Goodman & Baron Dermatology 1125 E. 17th St., Ste. W-248 Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 547-5151 Disc Jockeys VIP DJ & Karaoke Entertainment 1048 Irvine Ave., Ste. 452 Newport Beach, CA 92660 (714) 510-1609



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Federal Goverment

Cheung’s Rattan & Imports 3311 W. Castor St. Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 549-9080

Beta Benefits Insurance Services, Inc. 322 W. 3rd St. Santa Ana, CA 92701 (800) 500-9799

VIP DJ & Karaoke Entertainment 1048 Irvine Ave., Ste. 452 Newport Beach, CA 92660 (714) 510-1609

US Congressman John Campbell, 48th District 1 Newport Pl., Ste. 420 Newport Beach, CA 92660 (949) 756-2244

Gallade Chemical, Inc. 1230 E. St. Gertrude Pl. Santa Ana, CA 92707 (714) 546-9901 Heritage Paper Company 2400 S. Grand Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 540-9737 Document Destruction Goodwill/Landmark Services 1601 E. St. Andrew Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 754-7808 Educational Consultants David Chapel & Associates 421 W Santa Clara Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92706 (714) 667-0527 Electrical Services American Breakers 1310 E. Edinger Ave., Ste. C Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 429-0991 Electrical Supplies American Brakers 1310 E. Edinger Ave., Ste. C Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 429-099 Electronic Waste Management Waste, Inc. 1351 E. Edinger Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (800) 828-2113


Northwestern Mutual 1500 Quail St., Ste. 600 Newport Beach, CA 92660 (949) 863-5803 Employment/Staffing Coneybeare, Inc. 2003 N. Broadway Santa Ana, CA 92706 (714) 547-8546 Darnell Technical Services, Inc. 1912 N. Broadway, Ste.106 Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 285-0082 Integrity Staffing Professionals 245 Fisher Ave., Ste. B5-B Costa Mesa, CA 92626 (714) 241-0913 Rainmaker Staffing / A Division of Decton Inc. 1233 W. Memory Lane Santa Ana, CA 92706-1417 (714) 543-1988 Staffing Solutions 1621 E. 17th St., Ste. A-2 Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 558-1821 Tustin Personnel Services 17702 Irvine Blvd, Ste. 101 Tustin, CA 92780 (714) 544-6141

Episcopal Churches Episcopal Church of The Messiah 614 N. Bush St. Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 543-9389 Event, Party & Wedding Planners Vintage Orchid Event Planning 3941 S. Bristol St., Ste.D422 Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 586-6671 Fashion Accessories IL Capriccio By Casa Koreana 169 East City Place Dr. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 972-8170

US Senator Barbara Boxer Hart Senate Office Bldg. Washington, DC 20510 (202) 224-3553 US Senator Dianne Feinstein 11111 Santa Monica Blvd. #915 Los Angeles, CA 90025 (310) 914-7300 Financial Planners R.H. Morris Insurance & Financial Services 440 W. 1st St., Ste. 205 Tustin, CA 92780 (714) 505-6500 Financial Services

Fast Food Restaurants Johnny’s Burgers #4 2029 E. 1st St. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 543-6078 McDonald’s John Wayne Airport 18601 Airport Way Santa Ana, CA 92707 (949) 252-6102


Ono Hawaiian BBQ 629 S. Harbor Blvd. Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 531-8388

Diaz Yourman & Associates 1616 E. 17th St. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 245-2920

Rubio’s Fresh Mexican Grill 2220 E. 17th St. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (818) 285-9910

Jacobs 4 Hutton Centre Dr., Ste. 800 Santa Ana, CA 92707 (714) 327-1600

US Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez, 47th District 12397 Lewis St., Ste. 101 Garden Grove, CA 92840 (714) 621-0102

California Tax Incentives Group, LLC 1173 Warner Ave. Tustin, CA 92780 (714) 259-7332 Edward Jones Investments Bryan Green 1401 N. Tustin Ave., Ste. 135 Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 543-9632 Instacap Holdings, Inc. 201 Sandpointe Ave., Ste. 30 Santa Ana, CA 92707 (714) 619-7900 Northwestern Mutual 1500 Quail St., Ste. 600 Newport Beach, CA 92660 (949) 863-5803

TD Service Financial Corporation 1820 E. 1st St., Ste. 300 Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 543-8372 Travis Williams Kanani Financial Services 7700 Irvine Center Dr., Ste. 800 Irvine, CA 92618 (949) 388-8130 Fine Dining Restaurants Antonello Ristorante 3800 South Plaza Drive Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 751-7153 McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood Restaurant 2791 N. Main St. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 558-1963 www.McCormickandSchmicks. com South Coast Winery Restaurant 3608 S. Bristol Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 957-1857 Floor Coverings Sharon & Sons Floor to Ceiling 2130 S. Main St. Santa Ana, CA 92707 (714) 754-1531

Mitchell Gold & Bob Williams 1661 W. Sunflower Ave., Unit A2 Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 389-9300 Greeting Cards Cards from Barry 5570 Camino Dorado Yorba Linda, CA 92887 (714) 827-9888

Health Care - Services

Grocery Stores & Markets Mother’s Market & Kitchen 151 E. Memory Lane, Ste. E Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 542-6667

Country Villa Plaza 1209 Hemlock Way Santa Ana, CA 92707 (714) 546-1966

Smart & Final Extra! 1523 17th St. Santa Ana, CA 92706 (714) 954-0072

Integrated Healthcare Holdings, Inc. 1301 N. Tustin Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 953-3652

Stater Bros. Markets 2630 W. Edinger Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 546-9410 Stater Bros. Markets 1230 E. McFadden Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 543-4555

Florists Macres Florist 419 N. Broadway Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 542-8841

Stater Bros. Markets 2603 W. 17th St. Santa Ana, CA 92706 (714) 554-4462


Grocery Stores & Markets - Corp OfficeS

Far Below Retail Furnishings 1701 E. Edinger Ave., Ste. D-2 Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 569-0690

St. Joseph Heritage Medical Group 2501 E. Chapman Ave. Orange, CA 92869 (714) 633-1011

Attentive Home Care, Inc. 2020 N. Broadway, Ste. 300 Santa Ana, CA 92706 (714) 516-9200

Stater Bros. Markets 2360 N. Tustin Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 543-9034

1st Choice Modular Installation, LLC 1312 E. St. Gertrude Pl. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 979-9788

Health Care - Providers

Northgate Gonzalez Markets 522 E. Vermont Ave. Anaheim, CA 92805 (714) 778-3784

Health Services OrganizationS

Coastal Communities Hospital 2701 Bristol St. Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 754-5454 Hospice Touch, Inc. 3401 W. Sunflower Ave. #100 Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 327-1936 St. Joseph Hospital 1100 W. Stewart Dr. Orange, CA 92868 (714) 633-9111 Western Medical Center Anaheim 1025 S. Anaheim Blvd. Anaheim, CA 92805 (714) 533-6220 Western Medical Center Santa Ana 1001 N. Tustin Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 953-3500 Hotels & Motels

American Red Cross OC Chapter 601 N. Golden Circle Dr. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 481-5367 Kaiser Permanente 1851 E. 1st St., Ste. 1140 Santa Ana, CA 92705-4017 (714) 796-2660 St. Joseph Hospital Foundation 1100 W. Stewart Dr. Orange, CA 92868 (714) 771-8211 Hospitals/Clinics/ Medical Centers Chapman Medical Center 2601 E. Chapman Ave. Orange, CA 92869 (714) 633-0011 www.chapmanmedicalcenter. com Children’s Hospital of Orange County 455 S. Main St., Administration Orange, CA 92868 (714) 997-3000

Best Western Orange County Airport 2700 Hotel Terrace Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 432-8888 Courtyard by Marriott 3002 S. Harbor Blvd. Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 545-1001 Doubletree Hotel Anaheim/Orange County 100 The City Dr. Orange, CA 92868 (714) 634-4500 www.anaheimorangecounty. Doubletree Hotel - Santa Ana/ Orange County Airport 201 E. MacArthur Blvd. Santa Ana, CA 92707 (714) 825-3333 Embassy Suites Santa Ana 1325 E. Dyer Rd. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 241-3800


Holiday Inn - OC Airport 2726 S. Grand Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 481-6300 Red Roof Inn Santa Ana 2600 N. Main St. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 542-0311 Human Resource (Non-Staffing) HR Plus 765 The City Dr. South, Ste. 150 Orange, CA 92868 (949) 706-2056 ManagEase, Inc. 2855 Michelle Dr., Ste. 270 Irvine, CA 92606 (714) 378-0880 Import/Export Newport CH International 1100 W. Town & Country Rd., Ste. 1388 Orange, CA 92868 (714) 572-8881 Individual Member Tak Kosakura 10871 Pembroke Dr. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 669-9219 Industrial Equipment & Supplies Grainger Industrial Supply 2401 S. Pullman St. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (949) 255-5669 Information Technology Innova Global Technology 1901 E. Carnegi, Ste. 1K Santa Ana, CA 92705 (949) 221-9461 Tekcetera 3 MacArthur Pl., Ste. 870 Santa Ana, CA 92707 (714) 922-4349 46

Insurance Aflac - Mitch Kaucher 2700 N. Main St., Ste. 945 Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 456-9005 Aflac - Sam Delgado 16842 Roosevelt Ln. Huntington Beach, CA 92649 (714) 345-0910 Beta Benefits Insurance Services, Inc. 322 W. 3rd St. Santa Ana, CA 92701 (800) 500-9799 De Santiago Insurance Agency - Farmers Insurance 20051 SW Birch St., Ste. 300 Newport Beach, CA 92660 (949) 295-2510 Farmers Insurance Lorena Maae 2708 Westminster Blvd. #110 Santa Ana, CA 92706 (714) 493-3262 ING 2552 Walnut Ave., Ste. 210 Tustin, CA 92780 (714) 544-5735 Matles & Associates, Inc. 17662 Irvine Blvd., Ste. 18 Tustin, CA 92780 (714) 734-9700 Northwestern Mutual 1500 Quail St., Ste. 600 Newport Beach, CA 92660 (949) 863-5803 State Farm 415 N. Broadway Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 617-7150 State Farm Insurance Martinez Agency 3816 S. Bristol St., Ste. Q Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 966-2679 Insurance - Brokers

State Farm - Jose Gastelum 2413 S. Fairview St., Ste. j Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 557-3344 Just Auto Insurance 9445 Charles Smith Ave. Rancho Cucamonga, CA 91730 (877) 639-8727 Insurance - Health Tarbell Insurance Services, Inc. 1403 N. Tustin Ave., Ste. 340 Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 972-1331 Insurance - Life New York Life 2020 Main St., Ste.200 Irvine, CA 92614 (949) 797-2470 Tarbell Insurance Services, Inc. 1403 N. Tustin Ave., Ste. 340 Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 972-1331 Insurance - Property & Casualty Roger Stone Insurance Agency 5015 Birch St. Newport Beach, CA 92660 (949) 265-4187 Interior Design/ Space Planning Chanteh Design Associates 3747 Plaza Dr. Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 540-2005 Internet & Telephone Services Time Warner Cable 7441 Chapman Ave. Garden Grove, CA 92841 (888) TWC-ABLE Investment Banking Aperture Capital Corporation 765 Baker St., Ste. B Costa Mesa, CA 92626 (949) 500-5033

Jewelers Cookie Lee Jewelry Christina Faris 673A W. 6th St. Tustin, CA 92780 (714) 457-6171 Teresa’s Jewelers 223 W. 4th St. Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 834-9277 Linen L & N Linen & Uniform Sales 1602 E. Edinger Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 558-3743 Mailing/Shipping/Packing The Dot Printer & Fullfillment Services 1801 S. Standard Santa Ana, CA 92707 (949) 474-1100 US Postal Service 2201 N. Grand Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92711 (714) 667-6701 Manufacturers Abbott Medical Optics, Inc. 1700 E. St. Andrew Pl. Santa Ana, CA 92705-4933 (714) 247-8200 Airborne Systems North America of CA, Inc. 3701 W. Warner Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 662-1400 Arlon 2811 S. Harbor Blvd. Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 540-2811 Behr Process Corporation 3400 W. Segerstrom Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 545-7101

Bender Ready Mix, Inc. 516 S. Santa Fe St. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 560-0744

Pacific Quartz, Inc. 1404 E. St. Gertrude Pl. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 546-8133

Falcon Aerospace, Inc. 3621 W MacArthur Blvd. #111 Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 546-5300

Coast Composites, Inc. 1395 S. Lyon St. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (949) 455-0665

Powerwave Technologies 1801 E. Saint Andrew Pl. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 466-1000

QED, Inc. 2920 S. Halladay St. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 546-6010

Consolidated Container Company 1217 E. St. Gertude Pl. Santa Ana, CA 92707 (714) 241-6640

Ricoh Electronics, Inc. 1100 Valencia Ave. Tustin, CA 92780 (714) 566-2500

Manufacturers - Clothing

Fabrication Concepts Corporation (Fabcon) 1800 E. St. Andrew Pl. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 881-2000 Garrison Manufacturing, Inc. 3320 S. Yale St. Santa Ana, CA 92704-6647 (714) 549-4880 Gemini Industries, Inc. 2311 S. Pullman St. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (949) 250-4011 Harveys Industries, Inc. 1918 E. Glenwood Pl. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 277-4700 IJ Research, Inc. 2919 Tech Center Dr. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 546-8522 Masonry Fireplace Industries, Inc. 315 W. 3rd St. Santa Ana, CA 92704 (800) 345-7078 McDonald Packaging, Inc. 2601 S. Garnsey St. Santa Ana, CA 92707 (714) 755-3000

S & M Bikes, Inc. 1300 S. Lyon St. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 835-3400 Saf-T-Co Supply, Inc. 1300 E. Normandy Pl. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 547-9975 Senga Engineering Inc. 1525 E. Warner Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 549-8011 Skyco Shading Systems 3411 W. Fordham Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 708-3038 (800) 777-5926 US Rigging Supply 4001 W. Carriage Dr. Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 545-7444 Manufacturers Aerospace Airborne Systems North America of CA, Inc. 3701 W. Warner Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 662-1400 Cole Instrument Corporation 2650 S. Croddy Way Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 556-3100

JL Design Enterprises, Inc. 1821 E. Newport Cirle Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 479-0240 SVOBODA 1430 S. Grand Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 540-5377 Manufacturers - Fixtures Brasstech, Inc. 2001 E. Carnegie Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (949) 417-5207 Manufacturers Technology MESA International Technologies, Inc. 2427 S. Anne St. Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 434-7102 Manufacturers Distribution ADX Components, Inc. 1521 E. McFadden Ave., Unit A Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 835-6700 Pak West Paper & Packaging 4042 W. Garry Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 557-7420 (800) 927-7299 Seal Boss, Inc. 1669 E. Wilshire Ave., Ste. 609 Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 662-4445

Manufacturing Services Codan US Corporation 3511 W. Sunflower Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 545-2111 Fabcor 11185 Condor Ave. Fountain Valley, CA 92708 (714) 545-1155 Marketing/ Communication Services bizM3, Inc. 32 Journey, Ste. 100 Aliso Viejo, CA 92656 (714) 232-8366 Cross Media Resources 13681 Newport Ave., Ste. 8424 Tustin, CA 92780 (949) 552-4756 OC Medical Management Inc. 1401 N. Tustin Ave., Ste. 130 Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 542-0656 OCDM Marketing Company 3400 S. Susan St. Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 444-4412 Orange County’s Largest Mixer PO Box 36054 Los Angeles, CA 90036 (949) 338-8338 Performance Marketing 644 N. Poplar St., Ste. A Orange, CA 92868 (714) 385-9904 Ripe Orange Inc. 1451 Quail St., Ste. 201 Newport Beach, CA 92660 (949) 757-1404 Medical/Health AltaMed Medical Group 1227 W. 17th St., Ste. 100 &101 Santa Ana, CA 92706 (714) 500-0340 47

Sina Medical Group 1125 E. 17th St., Ste. N461 Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 972-2200

American Cancer Society 1940 E. Deere Ave., Ste. 100 Santa Ana, CA 92705 (949) 567-0603

Strong Families Medical Group 2222 S. Main St. Santa Ana, CA 92707 (714) 754-4033

American Red Cross OC Chapter 601 N. Golden Circle Dr. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 481-5367

Talbert Medical Group 1002 N. Fairview St. Santa Ana, CA 92703 (714) 835-8501 Mortgages Mora Financial 2677 N. Main St., Ste. 100 Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 486-0610 United American Mortgage Corporation 19782 MacArthur Blvd. #250 Irvine, CA 92612 (949) 250-1300 Museums Bowers Museum 2002 N. Main St. Santa Ana, CA 92706 (714) 567-3600 Heritage Museum of Orange County 3101 W. Harvard St. Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 540-0404 Networking Groups RBN PO Box 1392 Lake Forest, CA 92609 (949) 830-5776 Non Profits America On Track PO Box 4141 Tustin, CA 92781-4141 (714) 531-7144


Habitat For Humanity of Orange County 2200 S. Ritchey St. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 434-6200

Santa Ana Police Officers Association 1607 N. Sycamore St., Ste. A Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 836-1211

KidWorks 1902 W. Chestnut Santa Ana, CA 92703 (714) 834-9400

Santa Ana YMCA Development 1633 E. 4th St., Ste. 184 Santa Ana, CA 92780-9270 (714) 852-6004

Arc Mid Cities 17251 17th St., Ste. A Tustin, CA 92780 (714) 285-2645

Latino Health Access 450 W. 4th St., Ste. 130 Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 542-7792

Spencer Hospice Foundation 3401 W. Sunflower Ave. #125 Santa Ana, CA 92704 (888) 469-1581

Assistance League of Santa Ana 1037 W. 1st St. Santa Ana, CA 92703 (714) 664-0547

National University 2800 N. Main St. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (800) NAT-UNIV (800) NAT-UNIV

The Wooden Floor 1810 N. Main St. Santa Ana, CA 92706 (714) 541-8314

Boys & Girls Club of Santa Ana 950 W. Highland St. Santa Ana, CA 92703 (714) 543-7212

OC Small Business Development Center 2323 N. Broadway, Ste. 201 Santa Ana, CA 92706 (714) 564-5200

Boys Town California 2740 N. Grand, 2nd Floor Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 532-2399 Charitable Ventures of Orange County 1505 E. 17th St., Ste. 101 Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 647-0900 Children and Families Commission of Orange County 17320 Redhill Ave., Ste. 200 Irvine, CA 92614 (714) 834-5310 Easter Seals Southern California 1801 E. Edinger Ave., Ste. 190 Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 834-1111 www.southerncal.easterseals. com Family Assessment Counseling & Educational Services 1651 E. 4th St., Ste. 128 Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 547-7345

OneOC 1901 E. 4th St., Ste. 100 Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 953-5757

THINK Together 2100 E. 4th St., Ste. 200 Santa Ana, CA 92705-3916 (714) 543-3807 Wiseplace 1411 N. Broadway Santa Ana, CA 92706 (714) 542-3577 Non Profit - Associations

Orange County Business Council 2 Park Plaza, Ste. 100 Irvine, CA 92614 (949) 476-2242

Automobile Club of Southern California 3333 Fairview Rd. Costa Mesa, CA 92626 (714) 427-5950

Orange County Head Start, Inc. 2501 S. Pullman St., Ste. 100 Santa Ana, CA 92705-5511 (714) 241-8920

Automobile Club of Southern California 3350 Harbor Blvd. Costa Mesa, CA 92626 (714) 424-7851

Passkeys Foundation PO Box 4137 Mission Viejo, CA 92690 (949) 770-7602 Phoenix Houses Orange County 1207 E. Fruit St. Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 953-9373

National Latina Business Womens Association - OC 415 N. Sycamore St., Ste. 300 Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) Orange Empire SMACNA 3111 N. Tustin St., Ste. 210 Orange, CA 92865 (714) 974-4409

Santa Ana Chamber of Commerce 2020 N. Broadway, Ste. 200 Santa Ana, CA 92706 (714) 541-5353 SMWIA Local Union 105 2120 Auto Center, Ste. 105 Glendora, CA 91740 (909) 305-2800 South Coast Metro Alliance 1631 W. Sunflower Ave. #C-38 Santa Ana, CA 92704-7460 (714) 435-2109 Non ProfitS Charitable Organizations Goodwill of Orange County 410 N. Fairview Santa Ana, CA 92703 (714) 547-6308 Women Helping Woman 1800 E. McFadden Ave., Ste. 1A Santa Ana, CA 92706 (949) 631-2333 Non ProfitS Social Services Orange County Community Housing Corporation 1833 E. 17th St., Ste. 207 Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 558-8161 Office Equipment/ Supplies Advanced Office Services 1430-K Village Way Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 547-9500 DocuSource 13100 Alondra Blvd., Ste.108 Cerritos, CA 90703 (562) 447-2600 Konica Minolta Business Solutions 1900 S. State College, Ste. 600 Anaheim, CA 92806 (714) 688-7764

Office Depot - Bristol St. 3923 S. Bristol St. Santa Ana, CA 92707 (714) 850-0383 Office Depot Business Services 3366 E. Willow St. Signal Hill, CA 90755 (562) 490-1000 (800) 420-7111 Xerox Corporation 1851 E. 1st St., Ste. 300 Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 565-1100 Office Equipment/ Supplies/Technology Triumph 14701 Myford Rd., Ste. B1 Tustin, CA 92780 (714) 544-2679 Payroll Services

Pest Control

Plating Services

Exterminetics of Southern California, Inc. 1214 E. Edinger Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92707 (714) 835-1887

Classic Components, Inc. 3420 W. Fordham Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 619-5690

Lloyd Pest Control 566 E. Dyer Road Santa Ana, CA 92707 (714) 825-3550

Payroll Evolution 2101 East 4th St., Ste. 150-A Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 664-0899 Summit HR & Payroll 1800 E. Lambert Rd., Ste. 115 Brea, CA 92821 (714) 515-1900 Personal Services

Walgreens 1715 N. Bristol St. Santa Ana, CA 92607 (714) 541-8257 Walgreens 1301 E. 17th St. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 541-1448

Avanti Images 2122 S. Grand Ave., Ste. D Santa Ana, CA 92705 (949) 226-1079 Picture People 2800 N. Main St., Ste. 136 Santa Ana, CA 92706 (714) 550-7793 Turville Photography 109 E. City Place Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 633-6980 Picture Framing

Fairhaven Memorial Park, Inc. 1702 Fairhaven Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 633-1442 Personal/Corporate Development Focal Point Coaching of Orange County 3591 Fenn St. Irvine, CA 92614 (949) 262-9112


Pharmacies/Drug Stores

Photographers Bridget Barich 16800 Aston St., Ste. 100 Irvine, CA 92606 (949) 797-4159

South Bay Chrome 2041 S. Grand Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 434-1141

Fastframe of Tustin 13812 Newport Ave., Ste. 104 Tustin, CA 92780 (714) 573-0040 Karen’s Detail Custom Frames 3625 W. Mac Arthur Blvd., Ste. 303 Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 966-9138

Cross Media Resources 13681 Newport Ave., Ste. 8424 Tustin, CA 92780 (949) 552-4756 FSSI 3300 S. Fairview Rd. Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 436-3300 Minuteman Press 2236 S. Grand Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 241-0700 Private High Schools Mater Dei High School 1202 W. Edinger Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92707-2191 (714) 754-7711 Private K-8 Schools Hands Together 201 Civic Center Dr. East Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 453-8743 Saint Anne School 1324 S. Main St. Santa Ana, CA 92707-0173 (714) 542-9328 Saint Barbara School 5306 W. McFadden Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 775-9477 Saint Joseph School 608 Civic Center Dr. East Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 542-2704


Professional Development Dale Carnegie Training of Orange County 1805 E. Dyer Rd., Ste. 109 Santa Ana, CA 92705 (949) 633-7246 Promotional Products

Greenville Fundamental Elementary School 3600 S. Riatt St. Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 558-3400 Harvey Elementary School 1635 S. Center St. Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 430-6200

Monroe Elementary School 417 E. Central Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92707 (714) 431-3900

Wilson Elementary School 1317 N. Baker St. Santa Ana, CA 92706 (714) 564-8100

Monte Vista Elementary School 2116 Monte Vista Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 564-8500

Public Golf Courses

Heninger Elementary School 417 W. Walnut St. Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 953-3800

Muir Fundamental Elementary School 1951 N. Mabury St. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 972-6700

Public Elementary Schools

Heroes Elementary School 1111 Civic Center Dr. Santa Ana, CA 92703 (714) 568-9600

Pio Pico Elementary School 931 W. Highland St. Santa Ana, CA 92703 (714) 972-7500

Adams Elementary School 2130 S. Raitt St. Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 430-5900

Hoover Elementary School 408 E. Santa Clara Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92706 (714) 564-2100

Remington Elementary School 1325 E. 4th St. Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 972-7600

Carver Elementary School 1401 W. Santa Ana Blvd. Santa Ana, CA 92703 (714) 564-2000

Jackson Elementary School 1143 Nakoma Dr. Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 431-3700

Davis Elementary School 1405 French St. Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 564-2200

Jefferson Elementary School 1522 W. Adams St. Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 431-3800

Romero-Cruz Elementary School 512 W. Santa Ana Blvd. Santa Ana, CA 92703 (714) 564-8000

Diamond Elementary School 1450 S. Center St. Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 480-8100

Kennedy Elementary School 1300 E. McFadden Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 972-5700

Edison Elementary School 2063 Orange Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92707 (714) 433-6900

King Elementary School 1001 S. Graham Ln. Santa Ana, CA 92703 (714) 972-6000

Esqueda Elementary School 2240 S. Main St. Santa Ana, CA 92707 (714) 431-1500

Lincoln Elementary School 425 S. Sullivan St. Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 972-6200

Franklin Elementary School 210 W. Cubbon St. Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 564-2900

Lowell Elementary School 700 S. Flower St. Santa Ana, CA 92703 (714) 972-6300

Fremont Elementary School 1930 W. 10th St. Santa Ana, CA 92703 (714) 972-4300

Madison Elementary School 1124 E. Hobart St. Santa Ana, CA 92707 (714) 972-6400

Garfield Elementary School 850 Brown St. Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 972-5300

Martin Elementary School 939 W. Wilshire Blvd. Santa Ana, CA 92707 (714) 480-8000

Performance Marketing 644 N. Poplar St., Ste. A Orange, CA 92868 (714) 385-9904


Roosevelt Elementary School 501 S. Halladay St. Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 564-1200 Santiago Elementary School 2212 N. Baker St. Santa Ana, CA 92706 (714) 564-8400 Sepulveda Elementary School 1801 S. Poplar St. Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 433-6500 Taft Elementary School 500 W. Keller Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92707 (714) 431-7700 Thorpe Fundamental Elementary School 2450 W. Alton Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 430-5800 Walker Elementary School 811 E. Bishop Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 647-2800 Washington Elementary School 910 Anahurst Pl. Santa Ana, CA 92707 (714) 445-5100

Tustin Ranch Golf Club 12442 Tustin Ranch Rd. Tustin, CA 92782 (714) 730-1611 Public High Schools Century High School 1401 S. Grand Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 568-7000 Cesar Chavez High School 2128 S. Cypress St. Santa Ana, CA 92707 (714) 430-5700 Godinez High School 3002 Centennial Rd. Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 433-6600 Lorin Griset Academy 1629 S. Center Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 431-7500 Middle College High School 1530 W. 17th St. Santa Ana, CA 92706 (714) 953-3900 Saddleback High School 2802 S. Flower St. Santa Ana, CA 92707 (714) 513-2900 Santa Ana High School 520 W. Walnut Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 567-4900 SAUSD - Transition Center 1951 N. Mabury Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 972-6772 Segerstrom High School 2301 W. MacArthur Blvd. Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 241-5000

Valley High School 1801 S. Greenville Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 241-6597

Excelsior Newspaper 523 N. Grand Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 796-4300

PM Realty Group 1851 E. 1st St., Ste. 175 Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 568-0317

Public Intermediate Schools

Miniondas/Farandula USA 2025 S. Main St. Santa Ana, CA 92707 (714) 668-1010

Urban + West + Strategies 1280 Bison Ave., B9-609 Newport Beach, CA 92660 (714) 567-9260

OC Metro Business 1451 Quail Street, Ste. 201 Newport Beach, CA 92660 (949) 757-1404

Real Estate - Investments

Carr Intermediate School 2120 W. Edinger Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 480-4100 Lathrop Intermediate School 1111 S. Broadway St. Santa Ana, CA 92707 (714) 567-3300 MacArthur Fundamental Intermediate School 600 W. Alton Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92707 (714) 513-9800 McFadden Intermediate School 2701 S. Raitt St. Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 435-3700 Mendez Fundamental Intermediate School 2000 N. Bristol St. Santa Ana, CA 92706 (714) 972-7800 Sierra Intermediate School 2021 N. Grand Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 567-3500

Orange County Register 625 N. Grand Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 796-7000

Arnel Commercial Properties 949 South Coast Dr., Ste. 600 Costa Mesa, CA 92626 (714) 481-5000

Real Estate - Commercial

Arnel Commercial Properties 505 N. Tustin Ave., Ste. 185 Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 480-7910

Central Pointe Business Centers 505 N. Tustin Ave., Ste. 185 Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 480-7910

Spurgeon Intermediate School 2701 W. 5th St. Santa Ana, CA 92703 (714) 480-2200 Villa Fundamental Intermediate School 1441 E. Chestnut Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 558-5100

Premier Business Centers 6 Hutton Centre Dr., Ste. 600 Santa Ana, CA 92707 (714) 382-6800

Willard Intermediate School 1342 N. Ross St. Santa Ana, CA 92706 (714) 480-4800

The Colton Company 2361 Campus Dr., Ste. 280 Newport Beach, CA 92612 (949) 475-4200 Real Estate - Developers

El Aviso Magazine 7291 Garden Grove Blvd. Garden Grove, CA 92841 (714) 263-0399

Real Estate Property Management

Para Todos Magazine 33565 Via de Agua San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675 (949) 493-1492

Lee & Associates Commercial Real Estate 1004 W. Taft Ave. Orange, CA 92865 (714) 564-7172


First Team Commercial South County 25291 Derbyhill Dr. Laguna Hills, CA 92653-5894 (949) 831-5911

Caribou Industries 1103 N. Broadway Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 543-9484

Boyd Enterprises 1946 E. Edinger Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 258-1177 C.J. Segerstrom & Sons 3315 Fairview Rd. Costa Mesa, CA 92626 (714) 546-0110 Essex Property Trust 15 MacArthur Pl. Santa Ana, CA 92707 (650) 849-1615 Everett D. Rivers 200 Harbor Dr., Ste. 503 San Diego, CA 92101 (714) 269-6030 Norwood Realty 2323 N. Tustin Ave., Ste. N Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 542-8881

Premier Business Centers 6 Hutton Centre Dr., Ste. 600 Santa Ana, CA 92707 (714) 382-6800 Real Estate - Residential Coldwell Banker Pioneer Real Estate 23631 Sunnymead Blvd. Moreno Valley, CA 92553 (951) 601-1170 Santa Ana Realty 917 W. 17th St. Santa Ana, CA 92706 (714) 542-6721 Real Estate - Services The Law Center - Law Office of James C. Bechler, APC 181 E. City Place Dr. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 634-8400 Winston Covington Real Estate Services 12681 Newport Blvd. Tustin, CA 92780 (714) 832-0020 Recycling Ware Disposal Company, Inc. 1035 East 4th Street Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 664-0677 Waste Management, Inc. 1800 S. Grand Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 558-7761 Rental Housing Saddleback Lodge 2016 Riverside Dr. Los Angeles, CA 90039 (213) 252-4444 Retail Harveys Industries, Inc. / Retail Location 3011 Main Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 550-7105


IL Capriccio By Casa Koreana 169 East City Place Dr. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 972-8170 Smart & Final - Bristol St. 3430 S. Bristol St. Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 549-1122 Salons Oneal Carson Salon 193 East City Pl. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 310-7123 School Districts Rancho Santiago Community College District 2323 N. Broadway Santa Ana, CA 92706-1640 (714) 480-7484 Rancho Santiago Community College District - Board of Trustees 2323 N. Broadway, Ste. 410-2 Santa Ana, CA 92706 (714) 480-7452 Santa Ana Unified School District 1601 E. Chestnut Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 558-5512 Santa Ana Unified School District - Board of Trustees 1601 E. Chestnut Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 558-5805 Screen Printing Print Plus 1919 S. Susan St. Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 444-2600 Security - Investigative Services Threat Management and Protection PO Box 5640 Huntington Beach, CA 92615 (888) 926-8110 52

Security Systems/ Services American Alarm Systems, Inc. 1101 S. Grand Ave., Ste. G Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 547-7474 Tony’s Lock & Safe Service 306 N. Bristol St. Santa Ana, CA 92703 (714) 543-4578 Sheet Metal Fabricators OC Metals, Inc. 2720 S. Main St., Ste. B Santa Ana, CA 92707 (714) 668-0783 Tardif Sheet Metal 412 N. Santa Fe St. Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 547-7135 Sheet Metal Installation Cal Pac Sheet Metal, Inc. 2720 S. Main St., Ste. B Santa Ana, CA 92707 (714) 979-2733 Tardif Sheet Metal 412 N. Santa Fe St. Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 547-7135 Shopping Centers/Malls South Coast Plaza 3333 Bristol St. Costa Mesa, CA 92626 (800) 782-8888 Westfield MainPlace 2800 N. Main St., Ste. 775 Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 547-7800 Speakers/Lectures/ Seminars Advanced Coaching Solutions 2522 Chambers Rd., Ste. 110 Tustin, CA 92780 (800) 972-6224 (800) 972-6224

JNH Motivational, LLC PO Box 26005 Anaheim, CA 92825 (714) 472-8368 State Government Assemblyman Allan Mansoor, 68th District 1503 South Coast Dr., Ste. 205 Costa Mesa, CA 92626 (714) 668-2100 Assemblyman Jeff Miller, 71st District 1940 Nortth Tustin St., Ste. 102 Orange, CA 92865 (714) 998-0980 Assemblyman Jose Solorio, 69th District 2400 E. Katella Avenue, Ste. 640 Anaheim, CA 92806 (714) 939-8469 Employment Development Department 2450 E. Lincoln Ave. Anaheim, CA 92806 (714) 565-2610 Senator Lou Correa, 34th District 2323 N. Broadway, Ste. 245 Santa Ana, CA 92706 (714) 558-4400 www.dist34.casen.govoffice. com/ Senator Mimi Walters, 33rd District 24031 El Toro Rd., Ste. 210 Laguna Hills, CA 92653 (949) 457-7333 Senator Tom Harman, 35th District District Office 950 S. Coast Dr., Ste. 240 Costa Mesa, CA 92626 (714) 957-4555

Storage Facilities South Coast Self Storage 3480 W. Warner Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 545-0909 southcoast/index.htm Storage West 2730 S. Fairview St. Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 557-3700 Tax Credit Services CLC Tax Credits 4590 MacArthur Blvd., Ste. 500 Newport Beach, CA 92660 (949) 417-5765 Technical Education Schools Central County ROP/SAUSD 2323 N. Broadway, Ste. 301 Santa Ana, CA 92706 (714) 966-3532 Telecommunications AT&T 1442 Edinger Ave. Tustin, CA 92780 (714) 259-6690 CommAlliance 2020 N. Broadway, Ste. 200 Santa Ana, CA 92706 (888) 739-1901 Schooley Mitchell Telecom Consultants 635 E. 1st St., Ste. 415 Tustin, CA 92780 (714) 508-7501 TelePacific 72 Corporate Park Irvine, CA 92606 (949) 777-7124 XO Communications 1924 E. Deere Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (949) 417-7791

Thrift Stores



Goodwill Store 2118 S. Bristol Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 444-4749

Brandman University Extended Education 16355 Laguna Canyon Rd. Irvine, CA 92618 (949) 341-9898

Southern California Edison Company PO Box 11982 Santa Ana, CA 92711 (714) 973-5619

Tires & Wheels

California State University, Fullerton 800 N. State College Blvd. Fullerton, CA 92834 (657) 278-4854

America’s Tire Company 2705 S. Grand Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 662-1959

Corinthian Colleges, Inc. 6 Hutton Centre Dr., Ste. 400 Santa Ana, CA 92707-5764 (714) 427-3000

The Gas Company A Sempra Energy Utility 1919 S. State College Blvd. MLSC8310 Anaheim, CA 92806 (714) 634-3245

Title Companies

Everest College - Santa Ana 500 W. Santa Ana Blvd. Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 656-1000 www.santa-ana.everestcollege. edu

Goodwill Store, Main Campus 412 N. Fairview Santa Ana, CA 92703 (714) 541-0434

First American Corporation 1 First American Way Santa Ana, CA 92707 (714) 250-3000 First American Title Company 2 First American Way Santa Ana, CA 92707 (714) 250-3000 Transportation Marco Transportation, Inc. 1501 N. Susan St. Santa Ana, CA 92703 (714) 554-5930 Uniform & Linen Services L & N Linen & Uniform Sales 1602 E. Edinger Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 558-3743 Uniform Sales L & N Linen & Uniform Sales 1602 E. Edinger Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 558-3743 Uniform Services Ameripride Services 5950 Alcoa Ave. Vernon, CA 90058 (323) 587-3941

Kensington College 2428 N. Grand Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 542-8086 Pepperdine University Graziadio School of Business 18111 Von Karman Ave. Irvine, CA 92612 (949) 223-2529 The Art Institute of California Orange County 3601 W. Sunflower Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 830-0200 University of Redlands Schools of Business and Education 200 E. Sandpointe Ave., Ste. 300 Santa Ana, CA 92707 (714) 549-2006 Vanguard University 55 Fair Dr. Costa Mesa, CA 92626-9601 (714) 556-3610

Veterinarians & Animal Hospitals Orange County Emergency Pet Clinic 12750 Garden Grove Blvd. Garden Grove, CA 92843 (714) 537-3032 Vocational & Trade Schools Centennial Education Center 2900 W Edinger Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 241-5700 Central County ROP/SAUSD 1815 S. Ritchey St., Bldg. 1A Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 566-8400 Colleen O’Hara’s Beauty Academy 109 W. 4th St., 2nd Fl. Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 568-5399 Digital Media Center 1300 S. Bristol Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 241-5812 High School, Inc. Academies 1801 S. Greenville Santa Ana, CA 92704 (714) 566-8420 www.sausd. us/147620101217277687

ITT Technical Institute 525 N. Muller St. Anaheim, CA 92801 (714) 535-3700 OC Sheriff’s Regional Training Academy 15991 Armstrong Blvd. Tustin, CA 92782 (714) 566-9200 So Cal Sheet Metal JATC 633 N. Baldwin Park Blvd. City of Industry, CA 91746 (626) 968-3340 Taller San Jose 801 N. Broadway Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 543-5105 Waste Management Ware Disposal Company, Inc. 1035 East 4th Street Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 664-0677 Waste Management, Inc. 1800 S. Grand Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92705 (714) 558-7761 Water Service Sparkletts 1522 N. Newhope St. Santa Ana, CA 92703 (714) 590-6223 Wholesale Auction Goodwill Marketplace 2722 W. 5th St. Santa Ana, CA 92703 (714) 541-0406 Zoos Santa Ana Zoo at Prentice Park 1801 E. Chestnut Ave. Santa Ana, CA 92701 (714) 953-8555


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ADVERTISER INDEX Company Page American Breakers.............................54 Attentive Home Care..........................33 Brandman University.........................24 C&C Development..............................19 Citizens Business Bank......................54 City of Santa Ana...............................56 Crevier BMW........................................ 3 Downtown Inc...................................... 7 ELLS CPAs & Business Advisors.........29 Essex Skyline.....................................15 Everest College..................................31 Farmers & Merchants Bank................39 Goodwill of Orange County.................39 Kaiser Permanente............................... 8 Kia Depot...........................................37 Lee & Associates................................36 Macres Florist....................................55 New York Life....................................... 2 Para Todos.........................................54 Prenovost, Normandie, Bergh & Dawe 38 Rancho Santiago CCD........................25 SingerLewak......................................35 Smith, Smith & Blonska.....................14 South Coast Plaza..............................13 Suzuki Depot.....................................37 Teresa’s Jewelers...............................55 The Gas Company..............................39 The Hacienda.....................................12 Tom’s Truck Center............................37 Waste Management...........................17 Wells Fargo.......................................... 5 Westfield MainPlace............................. 2

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