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10 Anaheim Cooling Centers Available During Heat Wave

From the City of Anaheim: Anaheim Cooling Centers Offer Relief from the Heat ANAHEIM, Calif. (August 12, 2015) With this weekend’s high-heat advisory, the City of Anaheim is reminding the community of its 10 cooling centers to help residents beat the heat in the coming days. Please call the location nearest you for hours of operation. Brookhurst Community Center, 2271 ...

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Free Concerts In Pearson Park In August

From the City of Anaheim: Free Summer Concerts at Pearson Park ANAHEIM, Calif. (August 4, 2015) – Two free concerts will be held at the Pearson Park Amphitheatre this month, featuring music the entire family will enjoy. All are welcome to attend the free shows, including free parking. Saturday, August 8 – an Elton John Tribute Band starring Kenny Metcalf ...

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Phone Scam Masquerading As Anaheim Public Library Fundraising

From the City of Anaheim: Advisory — Phone Scam Seeking Donations for Anaheim Public Library ANAHEIM, Calif. (August 1, 2015) Recently, there have been multiple incidents reported of solicitation calls fraudulently seeking donations on behalf of the City of Anaheim Public Library. Please be advised the City of Anaheim Public Library is NOT soliciting phone donations. The Anaheim Police Department ...

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Quarterly Neighborhood Services Meetings Being Held This Week and Next Week

  From the City of Anaheim: Anaheim Quarterly Neighborhood Services Meetings Announced for July ANAHEIM, Calif. (July 10, 2015)   Attending an Anaheim Neighborhood Services meeting, offered quarterly at locations in the west, east, central and south areas of the city,  is an optimal way for residents to meet one-on-one with city staff and to learn local as well as citywide ...

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A Potentially Destructive Duo: El Niño + Artificial Turf

Although not-Anaheim specific, the drought affects Anaheim as much as anyplace else, and so we share with our readers this editorial submission from Mr. John W. Spring of Anaheim: A Potentially Destructive Duo: El Niño + Artificial Turf John W. Spring State and local officials have encouraged taking drastic measures to save water, but there are potential and negative consequences ...

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50 Non-Profits Sign Up for Anaheim Fireworks Superstore; Registration Deadline Extended Due To Strong Demand

According to the Honda Center, more than 50 organizations have registered during the last three weeks to participate in the Anaheim fireworks superstore that will operate in the arena parking lot from June 28 through July 4. Due to strong demand, the deadline for registering to participate in this fundraising opportunity has been extended to Friday, June 5. From the ...

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Anaheim Health Fair Kicks Off Friday, May 29

The Anaheim Health Fair kicks off tomorrow morning at the Anaheim Convention Center, running from 8 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. and continuing through the weekend. Here are the details from the City of Anaheim: HEALTH FAIR BY THE NUMBERS MEDICAL STAFF BIOS  WHAT: 9th annual Anaheim FREE Health Fair, offering medical, dental and vision services, as well as visit the ...

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City Council Limits Watering Lawns To Twice A Week

From the City of Anaheim: 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. The ordinance will help Anaheim achieve its required water reduction target of 20% set by the State Water Control Resources Board. “As a community we have ...

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