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    Tracking coronavirus: Anaheim City Council approves emergency economic recovery plan

    The Anaheim City Council approved an economic recovery plan that could see up to $15 million in city spending to help seniors, the homeless, needy families and to promote business and the return of tourism and conventions when the time is right. Read on...
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    Tracking coronavirus: Anaheim Convention Center update

    Anaheim Convention Center remains closed to the public while staff continues to work to reschedule events, book events for 2021 and beyond and play a leading role in the recovery of Anaheim’s visitor industry when the time is right. Read on...
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    Tracking coronavirus: City Council approves emergency eviction moratorium

    The Anaheim City Council Tuesday approved an emergency moratorium on residential and commercial evictions for those impacted by the coronavirus outbreak. Read on...
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    Tracking coronavirus: City Council to hold virtual meeting March 24

    The Anaheim City Council will hold its regular meeting by teleconference on Tuesday, March 24, at 5 p.m. Read on...
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    Tracking coronavirus: Relaxed parking enforcement

    As all of Anaheim comes together to address coronavirus, we are relaxing some enforcement of parking violations, including street sweeping, through March 31 (with the date being subject to update). Read on...
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    Tracking coronavirus: City Hall virtual services during closure

    With the temporarily closure of City Hall and Anaheim West Tower at least through March 31, Anaheim will continue to provide critical and essential services for residents, businesses and visitors. Read on...
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    Tracking coronavirus: City Hall closed to the public

    Out of an abundance of caution, Anaheim is temporarily closing City Hall and Anaheim West Tower to the public starting March 18. City employees will still be on hand working to maintain essential services for our residents, businesses and visitors. Read on...
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    Tracking coronavirus: caring for our seniors

    We love our senior community here in Anaheim and want to make sure they receive the care and attention they deserve during this challenging time. Read on...
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    Tracking coronavirus: California updates guidelines, impacts for breweries, others

    Anaheim is reviewing and working to implement California’s updated coronavirus containment policy issued Sunday, March 15, by Gov. Gavin Newsom. Read on...
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    Tracking coronavirus: city services update

    Out of an abundance of caution, Anaheim is temporarily closing community centers and suspending some community services starting March 14, and libraries starting March 16, at least through March 31. Read on...
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    Tracking coronavirus: Anaheim update

    The city of Anaheim and venues across the city are moving forward with plans to reflect California’s new statewide policy for public gatherings issued late Wednesday by Gov. Gavin Newsom. Read on...
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    Tracking coronavirus: major California update

    Anaheim is planning next steps with a new recommended policy for public gatherings from the office of Gov. Gavin Newsom. Read on...
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    Tracking coronavirus: Anaheim Convention Center update

    Anaheim Convention Center, owned and operated by the city of Anaheim, is closely tracking the coronavirus outbreak while following California guidelines and public health best practices for ongoing events. Read on...
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    Tracking coronavirus: Orange County update

    The Orange County Health Care Agency, which serves Anaheim and rest of our county, has reported two presumptive cases of coronavirus infection and is awaiting confirmation of testing results from the federal Centers for Disease Control. Read on...
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    Anaheim approves Senior Safety Net for seniors struggling with housing costs

    Anaheim seniors struggling with housing costs can get emergency help and up to a year of rent assistance under a $645,000 program approved by Anaheim’s City Council on Tuesday. Read on...
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    Anaheim magazine winter 2020: Census 2020, Miss Anaheim Beautiful, the Big A

    The winter 2020 issue of Anaheim magazine features a story about the 2020 Census, Miss Anaheim Beautiful Scholarship Program, what's next for the Big A and much more. Check it out. Read on...
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    Anaheim again leads on homelessness, expands partnership with Salvation Army

    Some 100 additional temporary homeless shelter beds are set to open in Anaheim in the next four months as part of Anaheim’s ongoing effort to address homelessness. Read on...
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    Anaheim approves historic sale agreement for Angel Stadium site

    The Anaheim City Council today approved a purchase and sale agreement for 153 acres of land including and around Angel Stadium of Anaheim as the first step in a three-step proposal for the future of baseball in the city. Read on...
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