City Manager accepts LADWP General Manager appointment
Yesterday, Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti announced Marcie Edwards as his recommendation for General Manager for the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP).  As the largest municipal utility in the nation, Marcie will serve as the first woman to hold the title of General Manager of the 100+ year old utility.  Having worked for LADWP for more than 24 years in a wide range of positions: starting as a clerk typist, power load dispatcher, and into a variety of management positions, Marcie came to the City of Anaheim 13 years ago. She served as the Utility General Manager for more than 12 years, helping to maintain some of the lowest water and electric rates in the region. Upon confirmation from the LA City Council, Marcie is expected to leave us in her most recent role as City Manager in about a month from now.

More park space

Earlier this month, the City broke ground on the construction of an exciting new project: Paul Revere Park near Guinida Lane. To find a park near you visit, or to see video from the groundbreaking click here.

Get Active

Looking for recreation classes for your child or want to be active as a family? Check out the latest classes offered by the City, whether that's youth sports, dance, or fitness. Click here.


More than History...

Tomorrow, February 1, Downtown Anaheim 

will be the stage for the 34th Annual O.C. Black History Parade and Cultural Faire. Don't miss out on the festivities from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. click here.
Your Community

For the past seven months, the Charter Review Committee has reviewed the City's Charter-often referred to as the City's Constitution. The Committee plans to present 22 amendments to the Charter at the February 4 Council meeting. Do you think fireworks should be legal? To learn more about the amendments being proposed, click here.

Addressing Homelessness
The City will be hosting several Neighborhood Council meetings throughout Februrary to seek your input on ways to address homelessness and to share information about the City's continued efforts to meet the needs of Anaheim's homeless population. To learn more about upcoming meeting dates, click here.
Almost there...
The Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center, known as ARTIC, is more than half way done! Expected to be completed at the end of this year, the iconic transportation center, will serve as a mixed-use activity center and gateway for visitors to move seamlessly between transit services. Learn more.

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