Give thanks to a Marine family.

In 2007, the City Council adopted the 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit (MEU) to honor the men and women who valiantly serve to protect our great nation. The 13th MEU is one of seven Marine Expeditionary Units in the U.S. Marine Corps, and they support a variety of operations in the Global War on Terrorism. While the Marines are currently deployed, the Anaheim Marine Adoption Committee is seeking gift card donations to help the families at home by providing them with a Thanksgiving dinner. If you are interested in donating, click here to learn more.


Seeking Your Input

City staff plans to attend key community meetings in Anaheim neighborhoods to provide information and to get your feedback on the Angels Baseball lease negotiation. Your input will help ensure the City captures the community's interests during this process. Learn more.

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Don't miss out on the holiday tree lighting events taking place throughout Anaheim!

West- December 6

Central- December 7

East- December 8

To learn about these and other holiday events, please click here.

Important News

The OCWD is moving forward with allowing a private firm to build a 400MW powerplant on 20 acres near Ball Road Basin. The City wants to purchase the land and build a park with sports fields. Learn about how you can voice your opinion. Click here.


Your Community

Check out the 2nd Annual Healthy Eating, Active Living Fair this Saturday, November 16 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The City, in partnership with the YMCA, is hosting a fair with a number of great activities for the whole family while teaching the importance of living healthyLearn more.

Your Neighbors

The City recently created a Veterans Resource Directory that provides key contact information for employment assistance, family caregiver support, healthcare and disabled services, housing and homeless assistance, as well as information on local discounts. For the full list or to learn more visit
Our Future...Your Youth
On November 7, more than 15,000 third grade students received the largest history lesson about the creation of Orange County. The hope is to inspire our youth to be civic-minded and genuinely curious about their surroundings.
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