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    Tracking coronavirus: Anaheim gives free masks to residents

    Residents can get free face masks without leaving their car at Anaheim’s third drive-thru mask distribution event on Saturday, Sept. 26 from 8 a.m. to noon at Temple Beth Emet, 1770 W. Cerritos Ave. Read on...
  2. Anaheim budget factors in coronavirus impacts while still serving community

    Anaheim’s adopted budget for the next 12 months continues to provide for our community while reflecting the still unfolding impact of the coronavirus crisis on the city’s finances. Read on...
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    Tracking coronavirus: Anaheim to offer rebate for internet access

    Starting next month, Anaheim residents can get help with their internet costs thanks to a new rebate program approved by the Anaheim City Council on Tuesday. Read on...
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    Tracking coronavirus: New testing hours at Anaheim Convention Center

    No-cost COVID-19 tests will now be available on weekday evenings at Anaheim Convention Center. Starting Sept. 22, testing will be available Tuesdays through Fridays from noon to 7 p.m. and on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Read on...
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    Anaheim to host virtual town hall meetings on Angels Baseball proposal

    Join us for a virtual Town Hall meeting via Zoom on Saturday, Sept. 24, from 5-6 p.m. to hear more information and ask any questions you might have on the proposed final-stage plan for the future of Angels Baseball in Anaheim. Read on...
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    It’s your downtown. Join us in making it even better.

    We have a vision to reimagine what we call the Center City Corridors, the area stretching along Anaheim Boulevard that includes our downtown. Once Anaheim bounces back, this will be a key plan to help the area not only recover, but thrive. Read on...
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    Anaheim to host virtual town hall meetings on Angels Baseball proposal

    Join us for a virtual Town Hall meeting via Zoom on Saturday, Sept. 12, from 11 a.m. to noon to hear more information and ask any questions you might have on the proposed final-stage plan for the future of Angels Baseball in Anaheim. Read on...
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    Tracking coronavirus: Anaheim gives free masks to residents

    Residents can get free face masks without leaving their car at Anaheim’s first-ever drive-thru mask distribution event on Sept. 16. Read on...
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    Anaheim to host virtual town hall meetings on Angels Baseball proposal

    Join us for a virtual Town Hall meeting via Zoom on Tuesday, Sept. 8, from 5 to 6 p.m. to hear more information and ask any questions you might have on the proposed final-stage plan for the future of Angels Baseball in Anaheim. Read on...
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    Tracking coronavirus: Testing at Anaheim Convention Center continues through November

    After two successful months of operating a no-cost, drive-thru COVID-19 testing site at the Anaheim Convention Center in July, Anaheim has partnered with the county of Orange to extend public testing through November. Read on...
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    Tracking coronavirus: Anaheim gives free masks to residents

    Residents can get free face masks without leaving their car at Anaheim’s first-ever drive-thru mask distribution event on Sept. 9. Read on...
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    Tracking coronavirus: Anaheim adds $4 million for community, business relief

    The Anaheim City Council on Tuesday voted to spend an added $4 million to help residents and businesses impacted by the coronavirus crisis. Read on...
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    Anaheim affirms James Vanderpool as next city manager

    Anaheim’s City Council has approved an employment agreement with James Vanderpool to serve as Anaheim’s next city manager. Read on...
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    Tracking coronavirus: Public testing available at Anaheim Convention Center

    Anaheim residents and those across Orange County can get no-cost, drive-thru COVID-19 testing at the Anaheim Convention Center Tuesday through Saturday. Read on...
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    Construction set to begin on Maxwell Dog Park

    Work on Maxwell Dog Park is set to begin in August, following City Council approval on Tuesday of a construction contract for the project. Read on...
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    Tracking coronavirus: Public testing starts Wednesday at Anaheim Convention Center

    Anaheim residents and those across Orange County will have access to drive-thru COVID-19 testing at the Anaheim Convention Center starting Wednesday, July 15. Read on...
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    Anaheim requires masks, face coverings

    Anaheim has issued a citywide face covering requirement to support California's June 18 guidance on face coverings in public. Read on...
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    Anaheim begins gradual reopening of City Hall

    We began a gradual, phased reopening of City Hall on June 15. Now open are services on City Hall first and second floor and services on the first floor of Anaheim West Tower. Read on...
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    Plan for Honda Center site includes shopping, dining, entertainment, parks

    OC Vibe, a proposal from the Samueli Family, owners of the Anaheim Ducks and longtime operators of Honda Center, would see development of a thriving hub of sports and entertainment around the arena. Read on...
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    Anaheim budget factors in coronavirus impacts while still serving community

    Anaheim’s adopted budget for the next 12 months continues to provide for our community while reflecting the still unfolding impact of the coronavirus crisis on the city’s finances. Read on...
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    Plan for Angel Stadium site includes renovated or new stadium, ballpark neighborhoods, more

    A proposed 30-year master plan for the Angel Stadium of Anaheim site includes ballpark neighborhoods, parks, dining, shopping, hotels and workplaces. The plan also calls for renovation of the current stadium or the building of a new stadium. Read on...
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    Tracking coronavirus: Emergency Rental Assistance Program

    The application period for the Emergency Rental Assistance Program is now closed. We expect to notify recipients in July. Read on...
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    Anaheim begins gradual reopening of City Hall June 15

    We plan to begin a gradual, phased reopening of City Hall on June 15. In this initial phase, we’ll be opening in-person services on the first and second floor of the building. Read on...
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    Anaheim’s initial proposed budget factors in coronavirus impacts while still serving community

    Anaheim’s initial proposed budget for the upcoming 12 months continues to provide for our community while reflecting the potential impact of the coronavirus crisis on the city’s finances. Read on...
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    Tracking coronavirus: One shelter staff, resident test positive, no other cases

    One staff member and one resident at the La Mesa Emergency Shelter, a 102-bed facility run by Illumination Foundation, have tested positive for Covid-19, the infection caused by coronavirus. Read on...
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    Tracking coronavirus: One shelter staff, resident test positive, residents tested

    One staff member and one resident at the La Mesa Emergency Shelter, a 102-bed facility run by Illumination Foundation, have tested positive for Covid-19, the infection caused by coronavirus. Read on...
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    Citywide curfew lifted

    Anaheim is lifting the citywide curfew starting Thursday, June 4. Read on...
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    Citywide curfew June 3 at 9 p.m.

    Anaheim is implementing a citywide curfew starting Wednesday, June 3 at 9 p.m. through tomorrow at 5:30 a.m. Read on...
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    Citywide curfew June 2 at 9 p.m.

    Anaheim is implementing a citywide curfew starting Tuesday, June 2 at 9 p.m. through tomorrow at 5:30 a.m. Read on...
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    Citywide curfew June 1 at 6 p.m.

    Anaheim is implementing a citywide curfew starting Monday, June 1 at 6 p.m. through tomorrow at 5:30 a.m. Read on...
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    Tracking coronavirus: Anaheim offers help for struggling renters

    Anaheim renters struggling with the economic impacts of the coronavirus crisis can now apply for assistance under Anaheim’s Community and Economic Recovery Plan. Read on...
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    Tracking coronavirus: Anaheim offers loans for struggling small businesses

    Anaheim small businesses struggling with the economic impacts of the coronavirus crisis can apply for a loan of up to $10,000 from the city of Anaheim to help retain employees, create jobs or meet day-to-day operating expenses. Read on...
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    Tracking coronavirus: tennis, pickleball courts open

    Citywide tennis courts and pickleball courts open today, marking a welcome step in Anaheim’s recovery during the coronavirus crisis. Read on...
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    Tracking coronavirus: tennis, pickleball courts open

    Citywide tennis courts and pickleball courts open today, marking a welcome step in Anaheim’s recovery during the coronavirus crisis. Read on...
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    Tracking coronavirus: Anaheim honors 2020 graduates

    Anaheim will honor graduates and all promoting students of the class of 2020 from May 13 through May 30 at facilities throughout the city. Read on...
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    Anaheim approves timing changes for stadium process, speeding up $10M deposit, final close

    Anaheim has approved timing changes for the pending sale of Angel Stadium of Anaheim. The changes approved Tuesday will move consideration of follow-up agreements from June to September while speeding up a $10 million deposit and a development plan. Read on...
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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 City Council allocates added funding for renters, community

    The Anaheim City Council on Tuesday allocated an added $1 million for nonprofits serving residents in need and directed $3 million in assistance to help struggling renters as part of the Anaheim Community and Economic Recovery Plan. Read on...
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    Tracking coronavirus: reopening Anaheim businesses

    We know many businesses are eager to reopen, and Anaheim is eager to help you do so safely and responsibly. In Anaheim and Orange County, we continue to follow the governor’s stay-at-home order, which is moving toward gradual, limited reopening. Read on...
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    Tracking coronavirus: Food resources

    Anaheim is providing free grab and go meals and food bags for seniors and families in need during the coronavirus crisis. Read on...
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    Cannabis: What do you think?

    As it is now, city regulations prohibit the sale, commercial cultivation and processing of recreational or medical cannabis in Anaheim. We want to know your thoughts on whether we should legalize and license dispensaries or continue to ban them. Read on...
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    Anaheim makes city manager change

    Anaheim’s City Council on Tuesday voted to make a change in the city manager position. Chris Zapata, who has held the position since July 2018, is stepping down. Greg Garcia, Anaheim’s deputy city manager, has been appointed as interim city manager. Read on...
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    Tracking coronavirus: A different Easter and Passover celebration

    In a normal year, our parks would be places of celebration. But this isn’t a normal year. California’s stay at home order, and the Easter spirit of loving our neighbors, means we can’t have gatherings in parks this year. Read on...
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    Tracking coronavirus: 49 shelter beds added for homeless women

    Anaheim is adding 49 beds for homeless women in a temporary shelter operated by The Salvation Army at its Anaheim thrift store site. Read on...
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    Update: Shelter residents test negative after two staff members contract COVID-19

    Follow-up tests of 34 residents at the Anaheim Emergency Shelter, a 224-bed facility run by The Salvation Army, have tested negative for COVID-19 after two staff members were found to have the infection caused by coronavirus. 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 consider measure for impacted renters, businesses, landlords

    At the direction of Anaheim Mayor Harry Sidhu, the City Council will consider a measure to address impacted renters, business tenants and residential and commercial landlords at its teleconference meeting on Tuesday, March 24, at 5 p.m. 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: City Council to hold emergency, virtual meeting March 16

    The Anaheim City Council will hold an emergency meeting by teleconference today, March 16, at 5 p.m. The Council will consider a declaration of a local emergency for the city of Anaheim in the face of the ongoing global coronavirus outbreak. Read on...
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    Tracking coronavirus: Big West basketball update

    The Big West Conference for men’s and women’s college basketball announced Tuesday that it will play upcoming games in Anaheim without spectators. 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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    Tracking coronavirus: Anaheim ready

    While there are no coronavirus cases reported in our city, Anaheim continues to monitor the outbreak, consult with partner agencies and ready plans should we see cases here. Read on...
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    Changes coming to City Hall security: metal screening

    Starting on March 2, Anaheim will begin enhanced security screening at City Hall. Read on...
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    Tracking coronavirus: no Anaheim cases

    Anaheim continues to follow the global coronavirus outbreak with no cases reported in our city. Read on...
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    Anaheim approves Senior Safety Net program 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 opens eighth and largest skate park for kids of Romneya neighborhood

    The kids of the Romneya neighborhood in north Anaheim are dropping in and grinding at our newest and largest skate park at Manzanita Park. Read on...
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    Coronavirus: no Anaheim cases

    Anaheim is following the global coronavirus outbreak with no cases reported in our city. Read on...
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    Anaheim extends leadership on homelessness, expands partnership with Salvation Army shelter

    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 extends leadership on homelessness; mayor’s ad hoc committee recommends added shelter beds

    An ad hoc committee led by Mayor Harry Sidhu is recommending City Council consideration and approval of a proposal supported by city staff that would add 101 beds to the Anaheim Emergency Shelter, operated by nonprofit partner The Salvation Army. Read on...
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    OC Black History Parade celebrates 40 years

    Celebrate 40 years of commemorating the history and contributions of African Americans in Orange County on Saturday, Feb. 1 at the annual Orange County Black History Parade & Cultural Faire in downtown Anaheim. 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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    Anaheim Council to consider first step in Angels proposal Dec. 20

    The Anaheim City Council will publicly consider a purchase and sale agreement for 153 acres of land around and including Angel Stadium of Anaheim at a special meeting on Dec. 20 at 2 p.m. Read on...
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    Big A 2050: informational open house

    You can learn more about the proposal for the future of baseball in Anaheim at a drop-in, informational open house. Read on...
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    Big A 2050: informational open house

    You can learn more about the proposal for the future of baseball in Anaheim at a drop-in, informational open house. Read on...
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    Proposal: Angels through 2050-plus, stadium, land sale, community benefits

    A three-step proposed agreement would keep Angels Baseball in Anaheim through at least 2050, see a land and stadium sale valued at $325 million and potential development including affordable housing and parks. Read on...
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    City, Angels hold productive first meeting

    The city of Anaheim and Angels Baseball LP met Friday for an initial discussion about the future of baseball in the city. Read on...
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    Anaheim statement on Valenzuela verdict, judgment

    Anaheim disagrees with a verdict and $13.2 million judgment by a Los Angeles jury this week in a civil lawsuit filed against the city and three Anaheim Police personnel regarding a 2016 incident. Read on...
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    Anaheim magazine fall 2019: Muzeo exhibit, Halloween parade, Beach Boulevard

    The fall 2019 issue of Anaheim magazine features a feature on a new Muzeo exhibit on Japanese incarceration, the annual Halloween Parade and much more. Check it out. Read on...
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    Original Northgate Market set to become youth center for young entrepreneurs, business people

    A historic downtown space that was the starting point for an iconic Anaheim businesses is set to continue serving the community as a youth learning center. Read on...
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    Free Anaheim Health & Citizenship Fair Sept. 21-22

    The annual Anaheim Health & Citizenship Fair, featuring free medical, dental and vision services, plus help becoming a U.S. citizen, is set for Sept. 21 and 22 at the Anaheim Convention Center. Read on...
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    Mayor Sidhu: Our approach to stadium negotiations

    Anaheim has a once-in-a-generation chance to build on baseball in our city. Mayor Harry Sidhu, the City Council's designated representative for negotiations, outlines guiding principles with a focus on benefiting residents now and for years to come. Read on...
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    Stadium update: Mayor Sidhu named Council representative to city negotiating team

    Anaheim’s City Council voted Tuesday to name Mayor Harry Sidhu as its representative on the city’s negotiating team working toward a new agreement with Angels Baseball. Read on...
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    Pat Russell named Anaheim Fire & Rescue chief

    Pat Russell, a 35-year fire service veteran including eight years as a deputy chief in Anaheim, has been named the next chief of Anaheim Fire & Rescue. Read on...
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    Anaheim magazine summer 2019: Fourth of July, fireworks, city budget

    The summer 2019 issue of Anaheim magazine features all things summer and Fourth of July. Check it out. Read on...
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    Anaheim’s proposed budget: dog park, fire station, other great things for residents

    Anaheim’s proposed budget for the next 12 months will touch the daily lives of the city’s residents with $570 million dedicated to public safety and community services as well projects to better roads, utilities, parks, libraries and more. Read on...
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    Proposed west Anaheim shopping center takes step forward with updated plan, mayor's push

    39 Commons, a long-awaited shopping center plus homes planned for Beach Boulevard and Lincoln Avenue, could break ground in coming months with an updated plan for the center and a push by Mayor Harry Sidhu to move the project forward. Read on...
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    Mayor Sidhu: new day for baseball in Anaheim

    It's a new day for baseball in Anaheim as we start work with the Angels, guided by a goal of an agreement that first benefits residents while also working for the team and fans, Mayor Harry Sidhu writes in today's Orange County Register. Read on...
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    Anaheim Packing House turns 100

    The iconic Anaheim Packing House in downtown's Ctr City is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year with a jam-packed citrus themed event on June 1. Read on...
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    Anaheim magazine spring 2019: Angels Baseball, Mobile Library, affordable housing

    Angels Baseball, Mobile Library, affordable housing — these are just a few of the stories you’ll find in the spring issue of Anaheim magazine, out now. Read on...
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    Anaheim Police share officer-involved shooting video, actions taken

    The city of Anaheim and Anaheim Police Department took a major step Wednesday in sharing information about public safety with the release of video and details from an officer-involved shooting from July 2018. Read on...
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    Rancho La Paz owner rescinds rent increases, works with residents to find path forward

    The owner of the Rancho La Paz mobile home park in north Anaheim and neighboring Fullerton is rescinding rent increases and meeting with residents to find a workable way forward for everyone. Read on...
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    Anaheim explores epic story of race, injustice as community reads ‘A Lesson Before Dying’

    A gripping story that tackles the intersection of race and criminal justice will help Anaheim honor Black History Month as the city comes together to read Ernest J. Gaines’ “A Lesson Before Dying.” Read on...
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    Anaheim’s 2018 State of the City will offer new ways for businesses to thrive, residents to connect

    Mayor Tom Tait is set to announce initiatives to bring people together over a good meal and to better connect generations across Anaheim in the 2018 State of the City address on Feb. 6. Read on...
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    Mayor Harry Sidhu unveils $250 million investment initiative for Anaheim neighborhoods

    Calling for a new Golden Age for Anaheim, Mayor Harry Sidhu in his inaugural State of the City address on Tuesday set out a bold initiative to invest $250 million in Anaheim neighborhoods in the next 10 years, with direct input from residents. Read on...
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    Mayor Sidhu's inaugural State of the City to unveil new ‘Golden Age’ for Anaheim neighborhoods

    Mayor Harry Sidhu on Tuesday is set to outline a bold plan to invest in and renew Anaheim’s neighborhoods, building on a legacy of economic development in service of the city’s residents and neighborhoods. Read on...
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    Anaheim completes La Mesa Emergency Shelter

    Anaheim, in partnership with Illumination Foundation, celebrated the completion Wednesday of the La Mesa Emergency Shelter, the third homeless shelter the city has opened in the past two months. Read on...
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    Report coyotes

    Coyotes are a fact of life. Realizing this, the city of Anaheim has created a management plan to help residents understand coyote behavior and how we can minimize our interactions with them. Read on...
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    Anaheim opens 224-bed homeless shelter with The Salvation Army

    Just 60 days after starting construction, the city of Anaheim and The Salvation Army today opened a new homeless shelter, offering beds and services to 224 people living in homelessness in Anaheim. Read on...
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    Anaheim explores epic story of race, injustice as community reads ‘A Lesson Before Dying’

    A gripping story that tackles the intersection of race and criminal justice will help Anaheim honor Black History Month as the city comes together to read Ernest J. Gaines’ “A Lesson Before Dying.” Read on...
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    OC Black History Parade & Cultural Faire is Feb. 2

    Join us in downtown Anaheim on Saturday, Feb. 2 for an exciting celebration of culture and heritage at the 39th annual Orange County Black History Month Parade & Cultural Faire. Read on...
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    Anaheim extends Angels at stadium through 2020, allowing time for discussions on new lease

    Anaheim’s City Council on Tuesday approved a 14-month extension for the Angels at the city-owned Angel Stadium of Anaheim, ensuring the team will play in Anaheim through 2020 and allowing time for both sides to talk about a new, potential long-term lease. Read on...
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    Mayor Sidhu proposes one-year Angels extension, Council set to consider on Tuesday

    Anaheim’s City Council on Tuesday is set to consider a one-year stadium lease extension for Angels Baseball initiated by Mayor Harry Sidhu following a recent meeting between him and team owner Arte Moreno. Read on...
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    Schweitzer Park, other homeless encampments cleared

    A homeless encampment in and around west Anaheim’s Schweitzer Park that at its peak had about 25 people and tents has been cleared, and the park restored to its intended use. Anaheim also cleared encampments on Gene Autry Way and Katella Avenue. Read on...
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    100 people transitioned from homelessness at Maxwell, La Palma Parks

    Some 100 people have moved from sidewalks and an alleyway at Maxwell and La Palma parks to an emergency homeless shelter, while spaces at and around the parks have been cleared, cleaned and restored. Read on...
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    Anaheim interim emergency shelter opens after 14-day build-out, serving those in need

    Anaheim has opened an interim emergency shelter in an astonishing 14 days and already is providing urgent help to those in need during the critical winter months. Read on...
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    Anaheim approves interim emergency shelter to address impacts on parks and help those in need

    Anaheim’s City Council Thursday approved moving forward with an interim emergency homeless shelter to help people out of homelessness during the critical winter months and address growing impacts on the city’s parks and neighborhoods. Read on...
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    Anaheim considers interim emergency shelter to address impacts on parks and help those in need

    Anaheim’s City Council Thursday is set to consider plans for an interim emergency homeless shelter to help people out of homelessness during the critical winter months and address growing impacts on the city’s parks and neighborhoods. Read on...
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    Anaheim Shelter Plan: City approves site purchase for second temporary homeless shelter

    Anaheim is moving forward with purchasing a site in industrial east Anaheim as a second, temporary homeless shelter to open by early 2019. Read on...
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    Anaheim Shelter Plan: City considering alternative site for second temporary shelter

    Anaheim is looking at an alternative site in industrial east Anaheim as a potential second, temporary homeless shelter to open by early 2019. Read on...
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    Anaheim’s arena: looking to the next 25-plus years of Honda Center

    We’ve seen 25 great years of world-class entertainment, exciting sports and championship hockey at Anaheim’s arena, Honda Center. And we’re gearing up for the next 25 and beyond. Read on...
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    Anaheim Shelter Plan: Salvation Army site moves forward, city looks at options on second site

    Anaheim is moving forward with a temporary 200-bed homeless shelter in partnership with the Salvation Army and continues to evaluate options for a second, 125-bed shelter in an industrial area of east Anaheim. Read on...
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    Chrysalis opens doors in Anaheim, bringing job opportunities to those living in homelessness

    Anaheim's newest nonprofit partner, Chrysalis, today opened its doors to people living in homelessness in Anaheim and Orange County. Read on...
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    Anaheim magazine fall 2018: Honda Center turns 25, Halloween is here and more

    Honda Center and Anaheim Ducks celebrate 25 years, the Anaheim Fall Festival and Halloween Parade return to downtown, new businesses open in west Anaheim; these are just a few of the stories highlighted in the fall edition of Anaheim magazine, out now. Read on...
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    Anaheim steps up efforts to address homelessness with additional parks staff, outreach

    Anaheim plans to spend up to $400,000 to address the impacts of homelessness on parks and other public spaces in the next few months as the city works to settle litigation and move forward on the next steps of a comprehensive homelessness plan. Read on...
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    Free medical care, citizenship help at annual Anaheim Health Fair & Citizenship Clinic

    More than 1,000 Anaheim residents and others will get free healthcare and help becoming citizens at the 12th annual Anaheim Health Fair & Citizenship Clinic this weekend at the Anaheim Convention Center. Read on...
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    It’s Anaheim Night at the OC Auto Show as residents get in free

    Opening night is Anaheim Night at the Orange County International Auto Show at the Anaheim Convention Center! Anaheim residents get in free on Thursday night, Oct. 4, as a “thank you” to the city that makes the OC International Auto Show happen each year. Read on...
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    Anaheim looks at homeless shelter proposal to address impacts on parks, streets, neighborhoods

    Anaheim’s comprehensive efforts to address homelessness took a major step forward Friday with the announcement of a proposed 400-bed homeless care center known as Center of Hope. Read on...
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    Our Next Flag update: first-round finalists

    We’re making progressing on a new flag for Anaheim with nearly 20 community submissions under consideration as we work toward a final design our city can be proud of. Read on...
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    My city budget: how you can tune in

    It’s that time of year again when our city leaders discuss and ultimately decide how to spend your tax dollars. Read on...
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    200-plus Anaheim employees, family give back in inaugural day of community service

    More than 200 Anaheim city employees and their families came together on Saturday, May 12, for a day of volunteer community service benefiting seniors, veterans, students, neighborhoods and those in need. Read on...
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    Innovative jobs program for those seeking pathway from homelessness coming to Orange County

    Great news for Anaheim’s ongoing work to provide pathways out of homelessness. Los Angeles-based nonprofit Chrysalis has announced plans to expand to Orange County. Read on...
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    Anaheim mayor, public works director visiting Puerto Rico as part of island’s rebuilding effort

    Anaheim Mayor Tom Tait and Public Works Director Rudy Emami are visiting Puerto Rico on Monday as part of a group of mainland mayors and officials offering expertise, experience and ongoing connection with counterparts on the rebuilding island. Read on...
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    Canyon Fire 2: near containment, no further updates unless conditions change

    Canyon Fire 2 is nearing full containment with no further threats to neighborhoods as of Monday morning. Read on...
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    Evacuations lifted for east Anaheim neighborhoods impacted by Canyon Fire 2

    All Anaheim residents evacuated due to Canyon Fire 2 are clear to return to their homes at 7 p.m. Tuesday. Read on...
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    ANAHEIM FIRE & RESCUE’S COMMUNITY CARE RESPONSE UNIT IS FIRST IN CALIFORNIA Pilot Program Delivers N

    ANAHEIM, CA - (July 15, 2015) - Anaheim Fire & Rescue, in collaboration with local key leaders in emergency services, have launched a new pilot program: the Community Care Response Unit (CCRU). Read on...
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    Traffic Advisory Today Near Honda Center for Dalai Lama Visit

    ANAHEIM, CA - (July 5, 2015) - Please be advised of additional traffic around Honda Center today for the Dalai Lama visit and 80th birthday celebration. The event is scheduled from 12:00 - 3:30 p.m. To ensure a safe and smooth traffic flow Read on...

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    Fourth of July Safe and Sane Fireworks Available in Anaheim for First Time in 30 Years, Beginning To

    ANAHEIM, CA - (June 28, 2015) - For the first time in 30 years safe and sane fireworks are back in Anaheim, on sale at Honda Center beginning today at 12 noon.  As voted by residents in last year’s June General Election, the Anaheim community can Read on...
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    Media Advisory: City Council To Consider Entertainment Tax Policy

    ANAHEIM, CA - (June 25, 2015) - The Anaheim City Council is expected to consider an entertainment tax policy for the Disneyland Resort at its July 7 meeting as Walt Disney Parks and Resorts evaluates a significant investment in its existing operations in Read on...
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    Fourth of July Safe and Sane Fireworks Available in Anaheim for First Time in 30 Years Sales and usa

    ANAHEIM, CA - (June 18, 2015) - For the first time in 30 years safe and sane fireworks are back in Anaheim.  As voted by residents in last year’s June General Election, the Anaheim community can Read on...

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    Anaheim City Council Approves Hotel Incentive Program

    The Anaheim City Council tonight approved a resolution establishing a Hotel Incentive Program to encourage the development of four-diamond-quality hotels and the renovation of existing properties to four-diamond quality. Read on...
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    Anaheim City Council Approves Balanced Budget for Fiscal Year 2015/16

    Increases to General Fund allocations and Capital Improvement Plan support emphasis on public safety, community outreach and encouraging business growth. Read on...
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    ANAHEIM HONORS FLAG DAY WITH NEW HOMETOWN HEROES VIDEO AND COMMUNITY EVENT

    The City of Anaheim is proud to honor Flag Day this Sunday by introducing a new segment in the City’s Hometown Heroes video series. Read on...
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    Outreach Campaign Invites Residents to ‘Shape Anaheim’s Future’ (Spanish)

    La ciudad de Anaheim está llevando a cabo una amplia campaña de alcance comunitario para que los residentes ayuden a determinar los límites que definirán los seis nuevos distritos electorales que darán forma a Anaheim a partir de 2016. Read on...
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    ANAHEIM PUBLIC UTILITIES HOSTS THE 2015 SAVE WATER EXPO

    Anaheim Public Utilities invites the community to learn more about saving water at the 2015 Save Water Expo. The event will be held on Saturday, June 6, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at ARTIC, the new transportation hub Read on...
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    RESIDENTS ENCOURAGED TO HELP DESIGN DISTRICT SHAPES

    ANAHEIM, CA - (May 28, 2015) - Community meetings are being held to gather comments and ideas for drawing district boundaries. The Advisory Committee on Electoral Districts is reaching out to residents by meeting on various evenings Read on...
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    ANAHEIM HONORS MEMORIAL DAY WITH LAUNCH OF HOMETOWN HEROES VIDEO SERIES

    As our nation celebrates Memorial Day this weekend, the City of Anaheim would also like to salute local resident, WWII veteran and Bronze Star recipient Dr. William Kott by featuring him in the launch of the City’s new Hometown Heroes video series. Read on...
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    TRAFFIC ADVISORY FOR THE ANAHEIM RESORT BEGINNING EARLY FRIDAY MORNING THRU THE WEEKEND, FOR THE DIS

    Please be advised of additional traffic in The Anaheim Resort this Friday morning and throughout the weekend as Disneyland Resort hosts its annual 24-hour day beginning Friday, May 22 at 6 a.m., as well as the kick-off for its 60th anniversary Read on...
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    ANAHEIM CITY COUNCIL LIMITS LANDSCAPE WATERING TO TWO DAYS A WEEK

    The Anaheim City Council has approved an ordinance to restrict landscape watering to two days per week, in an effort to reduce daily water use during the ongoing drought. Read on...
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    ANAHEIM PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR NATALIE MEEKS NAMED APWA 2015 TOP TEN PUBLIC WORKS LEADER

    Anaheim Public Works Director Natalie Meeks was recently named as a 2015 Top Ten Public Works Leaders of the Year by the American Public Works Association Read on...
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    ANAHEIM AND CHICAGO MAYORS ENGAGE IN FRIENDLY WAGER DURING NHL PLAYOFFS

    Anaheim Mayor Tom Tait and Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel agreed to a friendly wager as the Anaheim Ducks and Chicago Blackhawks open the Western Conference Finals of the 2015 Stanley Cup Playoffs today at Honda Center. Read on...
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    COMMUNITY INVITED TO SHAPE ANAHEIM’S FUTURE AND PROVIDE INPUT TO DRAW CITY COUNCIL DISTRICTS

    Anaheim residents are encouraged to participate in community meetings and Shape Anaheim’s Future. Anaheim’s current At-Large electoral system will, for the first time, change to a By-District system made up of six districts. Read on...
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    Temporary Road Closures, May 9-10, For Tinker Bell Half Marathon Weekend

    Runners, joggers and walkers will take to the streets of Anaheim on Saturday and Sunday mornings, May 9-10, during the 2015 Tinker Bell Half Marathon Weekend. The Tinker Bell Half Marathon Weekend, taking place Thursday – Sunday, May 7-10 Read on...
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    May the 4th Be With You!

    Recently, thousands of guests from a galaxy far, far away visited Anaheim for the four-day 2015 Star Wars Celebration event, held at the Anaheim Convention Center. They offered their greetings to be shared with residents on this very special day, May 4th. Read on...
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    Anaheim and Calgary Mayors Engage in Friendly Wager During NHL Playoffs

    Anaheim Mayor Tom Tait and Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi agreed to a friendly wager as the Anaheim Ducks and Calgary Flames go head-to-head in the second round of the 2015 Stanley Cup Playoffs. Read on...
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    Anaheim Water Conservation Poster Contest Winners to be Honored at Angel Stadium of Anaheim

    In celebration of May being Water Awareness Month, Anaheim Public Utilities and Angels Baseball will honor the winners of the 25th Annual Water Conservation Poster Contest at Angel Stadium of Anaheim Read on...
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    Anaheim Approves New City Planning Director

    David Belmer will join the City of Anaheim as Planning Director, effective May 26, it was approved and announced at Tuesday night’s City Council meeting. Belmer brings more than 25 years of experience in municipal government Read on...
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    ANAHEIM’S 9TH ANNUAL FREE HEALTH FAIR MAY 29-31 3-day event

    ANAHEIM, CA - (April 22, 2015) - Through dynamic partnerships with Remote Area Medical (RAM) California, GBS Linens, Inc. and Anekant Community Center, along with invaluable community sponsorship Read on...
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    Cinco De Mayo

    ANAHEIM, CA - (April 27, 2015) - Food, games, carnival rides and music will be part of the annual family-friendly Cinco de Mayo Fiesta and Carnival in Anaheim, taking place April 30 – May 3 at La Palma Park in Anaheim. Read on...
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    ANAHEIM CONVENTION CENTER BREAKS GROUND ON SEVENTH EXPANSION

    ANAHEIM, CA - (April 21, 2015) - The City of Anaheim today broke ground on the seventh expansion to the world-famous Anaheim Convention Center,  for a significant construction project that will add more meeting space, more economic impact Read on...
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    REMEMBERING JACKIE ROBINSON’S VISIT TO ANAHEIM, ON MLB’S JACKIE ROBINSON DAY

    ANAHEIM, CA - (April 15, 2015) - As Major League Baseball and America remember the late Baseball Hall of Famer Jackie Robinson today, the City of Anaheim is proud to recall when Robinson spent time in Anaheim to film his biographical movie Read on...
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    MIRALOMA PARK AND FAMILY RESOURCE CENTER GRAND OPENING CELEBRATION SET FOR APRIL 11

    ANAHEIM, CA - (April 6, 2015) - The Miraloma Park and Family Resource Center in Anaheim’s Park Lane neighborhood  is set to open on Saturday, April 11 at 11 a.m., and the entire community is welcome to join the grand opening celebration.

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    Anaheim Police Investigate Gang-Related Murder

    ANAHEIM, Calif. (September 18, 2020) – At about 4 p.m. on Thursday, September 17, Anaheim police responded to the 1800 block of W. Glen Avenue to investigate a report of a shooting Read on...
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    Homicide Suspects Arrested

    ANAHEIM, CALIF (September 6, 2020) – Anaheim Police Department Homicide Detectives have arrested two suspects for the September 5, 2020 murder of Rodolfo Alfredo Miranda. Both suspects were arrested in the City of Walnut without incident. Read on...
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    Homicide Victim Identification

    ANAHEIM, CALIF (September 6, 2020) – The victim from the homicide occurring Saturday September 5, 2020, has been identified as 20-year-old, Anaheim resident Rodolfo Alfredo Miranda. Read on...
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    Homicide

    ANAHEIM, CALIF (September 5, 2020) – On the afternoon of Saturday, September 5, 2020, at about 1:30 pm, the Anaheim Police Department received reports of a gunshot victim at the Candlewood Suites. Read on...
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    Fatal Officer Involved Shooting

    ANAHEIM, CALIF (August 30, 2020) – On the evening of Saturday, August 29, 2020, just after 9:30 pm, in an attempt to locate 25-year-old Jesse David Nava, an Anaheim resident. Read on...
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    Anaheim Police Department to Recieve Grant to Fight Alcohol-Related Harm

    ANAHEIM, CALIF (August 18, 2020) – The Anaheim Police Department has been awarded a $73,900 grant from the California Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) to battle alcohol-related harm within the community. Read on...
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    Arrest of Murder Suspect

    ANAHEIM, CALIF (August 17, 2020) – Anaheim homicide detectives have arrested 23-year-old Pablo Partida Aparicio, an Anaheim resident, for the March 2019, murder of 26-year-old Ayleen Morales, also of Anaheim. Read on...
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    Fatal Traffic Collision – Suspect Booking

    ANAHEIM, Calif. (August 12, 2020) – The driver of Tuesday night’s fatal traffic collision has been identified as Courtney Pandolfi, a 40-year-old resident of the City of Garden Grove. Read on...
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    Fatal Traffic Collision

    ANAHEIM, Calif. (August 12, 2020) – On Thursday, August 11, 2020, at 7:36 pm, Anaheim Police officers responded to a major injury traffic collision on Katella Avenue near Bayless Street. Read on...
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    Man Arrested for Anaheim Murder After San Diego Crash

    ANAHEIM, Calif. (August 2, 2020) – Anaheim homicide detectives have booked a 28-year-old Anaheim man for murder after he was involved in a traffic collision in the city of San Marcos on Friday. Read on...
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    Anaheim Police Arrest 2019 Homicide Suspect

    ANAHEIM, Calif. (June 12, 2020) – The Anaheim Police Department Homicide Detail has arrested 30-year-old Brandon Norwood, an Anaheim resident, for the 2019 murder of Oscar Humberto Chunmichicoj. Read on...
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    Arrest of 2017 Homicide Suspect

    ANAHEIM, Calif. (May 29, 2020) – The Anaheim Police Department Homicide Detail has arrested 36-year-old Jurupa Valley resident Luis Alberto Garcia Arias for the 2017 murder of Rafael Luna. Read on...
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    Suspect Sought for Felony Hit and Run Collision

    ANAHEIM, Calif. (May 26, 2020) – The Anaheim Police Department is seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the driver of a vehicle who fled the scene of a traffic collision which injured a pedestrian. Read on...
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    DUI/Driver’s License Checkpoint

    ANAHEIM, Calif. (March 12, 2020) – The Anaheim Police Department Traffic Unit will be conducting a DUI/Driver’s License Checkpoint Friday, March 13, 2020 near La Palma Avenue and Blue Gum Street between the hours of 6:00 P.M. and 1:00 A.M. Read on...
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    DUI/Driver's License Checkpoint

    ANAHEIM, Calif. (December 19, 2019) – The Anaheim Police Department Traffic Unit will be conducting a DUI/Driver’s License Checkpoint Friday, December 20, 2019 near Magnolia Avenue and Crescent Avenue between the hours of 8:00 P.M. and 3:00 A.M. Read on...
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    DUI/Driver’s License Checkpoint

    ANAHEIM, Calif. (November 21, 2019) – The Anaheim Police Department Traffic Unit will be conducting a DUI/Driver’s License Checkpoint Friday, November 22, 2019 on Brookhurst Street at Broadway between the hours of 8:00 P.M. and 3:00 A.M. Read on...
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    Neighbors App Instrumental in Identifying Suspects and Halting Crime Spree

    ANAHEIM, CALIF (October 25, 2019) – Detectives from APD’s Burglary/Auto Theft Detail are attributing the Neighbors app by Ring for the successful identification of two male juvenile suspects involved in an 11 hour crime spree. Read on...
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    Escondido Man Identified as Murder Victim Left in Trunk of Car

    ANAHEIM, CALIF (October 19, 2019) – Anaheim homicide detectives have identified the man found left in the trunk of a car on Thursday as Adrian Darren Bonar, 34 years old from Escondido. Read on...
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    Human Body Discovered in Trunk of Abandoned Car

    ANAHEIM, CALIF (October 17, 2019) – Homicide detectives have confirmed a deceased human body was discovered wrapped in a tarp in the trunk of an abandoned car along Santa Ana Canyon Road on Thursday morning. Read on...
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    Annual "Great California Shakeout" Set For October 17, 2019

    ANAHEIM, CA — (October 16, 2019) - Following FEMA’s “National Preparedness Month” in September, individuals and communities throughout California will participate in the Great ShakeOut earthquake drill. Read on...
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    Detectives Arrest Cold Case Homicide Suspect in Houston

    ANAHEIM, CALIF (October 11, 2019) – Anaheim Police Cold Case Homicide detectives booked Leopoldo Vargas Serrano, 47, a Houston, Texas, resident, into the Anaheim Detention Facility on suspicion of murder. Read on...
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    DUI/Driver’s License Checkpoint

    ANAHEIM, Calif. (October 10, 2019) – The Anaheim Police Department Traffic Unit will be conducting a DUI/Driver’s License Checkpoint Friday, October 11, 2019 on Euclid Street at Cerritos Avenue between the hours of 8:00 P.M. and 3:00 A.M. Read on...
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    Anaheim Police Department Conducts Minor Decoy Operation

    ANAHEIM, CALIF (March 13, 2018) The Anaheim Police Department’s Vice Unit conducted a Shoulder Tap Operation at six Anaheim locations on March 10, 2018. Read on...
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    Anaheim Police Department Receives Grant for Special Traffic Enforcement and Crash Prevention

    ANAHEIM, CA (Oct. 12, 2017) - The Anaheim Police Department (APD) has been awarded a $403,200 grant from the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) for a year-long program to augment the City’s ongoing commitment to promote and improve roadway safety. Read on...
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    DUI/DRIVER’S LICENSE CHECKPOINT

    ANAHEIM, Calif. (Oct. 5, 2017) - The Anaheim Police Department Traffic Unit will be conducting a DUI/Driver’s License Checkpoint Friday October 6, 2017 on S State College Blvd. and Lincoln Ave. between the hours of 8:00 P.M. and 3:00 A.M. Read on...
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    Anaheim Police Department Join the 2017 Pink Patch Project

    The Anaheim Police Department, along with over 110 other public safety agencies, is proud to announce their inaugural 2017 partnership with the Pink Patch Project. The program centers on vibrant pink versions of the Department’s uniform patch. Read on...
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    DUI/Driver's License Checkpoint

    The Anaheim Police Department Traffic Unit will be conducting a DUI/Driver's License Checkpoint Friday August 18, 2017 at the intersection of Lincoln and Monterey between the hours of 8:00 P.M. and 3:00 A.M. Read on...
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    APD SWAT Teams Serve Simultaneous Warrants Related to Gang Shooting - Suspected Arrested

    Late Wednesday evening, Anaheim Police SWAT personnel, assisted by the Orange County Sheriff’s SWAT Team, served simultaneous search warrants at three Anaheim residences... Read on...
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    Two Alarm Fire Burns Seven Tractor Trailers

    35 Firefighters from Anaheim Fire & Rescue, Fullerton Fire Department, and Garden Grove Fire Department extinguished a fire in about one hour at a yard where numerous tractor trailers were stored. Read on...
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    Assault With a Deadly Weapon Suspect Fatally Shot in Officer Involved Shooting

    A suspect being sought for assault with a deadly weapon was fatally shot during a confrontation with Anaheim Police just after 9:00 pm Saturday night. Read on...
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    Suspect Arrested for Possession of Explosive Materials

    A 57 year old man is in custody after Anaheim Police officers found several pounds of dangerous materials in his room. Read on...
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    Anaheim Police Sponsor Gun Buy Back This Saturday

    This Saturday, July 9, 2016, the Anaheim Police Department will hold a gun buy back at La Palma Park. Read on...
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    Community Tip Leads to Seizure of Nearly 600 Pounds of Dangerous Fireworks

    Last night, acting on a tip from a member of the community regarding the sale of dangerous fireworks, Anaheim Police Crime Task Force investigators completed a probation search at a residence in the 1500 block of E. Benmore Lane. Read on...
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    Presidential Candidate Visits to Anaheim Convention Center

    ANAHEIM, Calif. (May 23, 2016) - In an effort to facilitate media access to the Anaheim Convention Center for the planned visits of Presidential Candidates Bernie Sanders on Tuesday, May 24, 2016 and Donald Trump on Wednesday, May 25, 2016, the... Read on...
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    ANAHEIM GANG INVESTIGATION RESULTS IN 5 FEDERAL INDICTMENTS AND 29 CRIMINAL COMPLAINTS

    On Wednesday March 23, 2016 the Anaheim Police Department, with the assistance of the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms (ATF), and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Homeland Security.... Read on...
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    Anaheim Fire & Rescue to Use Cold Smoke for Wildland Fire Training

    Beginning Monday, March 14, 2016, Anaheim Fire & Rescue will engage in wildland fire training to prepare for the approaching wildland fire season. Read on...
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    Butane Honey Oil Extraction Discovered in Burned Condominium

    At approximately 11:40 p.m. last night, Anaheim Fire & Rescue received multiple calls of a garage fire in the 2000 block of W. Blue Violet Court. Read on...
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