Paul Revere Park Celebrates Grand Opening

The City's newest park, Paul Revere Park (160 West Guinida Lane), opened this past Saturday, Jan. 10 to hundreds of excited community members and families. The new park features a beach volleyball court, playground area, exercise stations, picnic areas and more. The beautiful mural at the park entry is the park's focal point which depicts Paul Revere's midnight ride. The mural was created using drawings from students at nearby Paul Revere Elementary. To see photos from the Park's grand opening, click here

Solar Energy Incentives

If you're interested in receiving a financial incentive for installing a solar energy system which converts sunlight into electricity that can be used to power your home or business, the open application period begins this week, Jan. 15-29. If you miss this chance, additional opportunities to apply will be available in 2015.  Find out all of the program details and guidelines on how to reserve your rebate when you click here.


Ponderosa Library Event Celebrates the Life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 

On Saturday, Jan. 17 at the Ponderosa Library (240 E. Orangewood Avenue) help celebrate the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. The authors of White Water will share their experiences of growing up in the south during segregation. White Water is the story of a 7 year-old living in 1963 segregated Alabama. Based on the story of Mr. Bandy's childhood, this story sheds light on segregation through a child's eyes. Learn more.

Neighborhood Council Meetings

Want to become more involved in your neighborhood? Attend your neighborhood council meeting and learn how. Every quarter, the City of Anaheim hosts four neighborhood council meetings in each area of the City to talk about upcoming initiatives and answer community questions. This quarter's meetings will be held at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 21, Thursday Jan. 22, Wednesday, Jan. 28 and Thursday, Jan. 29. Learn more.


Two More New Parks on the Way!

In addition to Paul Revere Park, our newest park to open, two more green spaces will be opening in the coming months for community members to enjoy. Stay tuned for the opening of the La Palma Dog Park and the Miraloma Park and Family Resource Center, anticipated in March/April 2015. To find a park near you, click here.  

Anaheim Police Department is Hiring

If you are community-minded, hard-working and honest, the Anaheim Police Department may be your next career. The City has made it a priority to hire 40 new police officers in the next 4 years. To check out open positions which range from entry level to lateral police officer,click here .

Black History Parade Returns to Anaheim

On Saturday, Feb.7, visit Downtown Anaheim for the 35th Annual Orange County Black History Parade and Cultural Faire hosted by the Orange County Heritage Council. There will be entertainment for the entire family including musical entertainment and a youth village. Kick off your February with this historical event. To learn more, click here
Water Conservation Is Still Needed!
Even with the recent rainstorms, California still remains in a drought. How can you do your part to help save water? Stop by your local home improvement store and pick up a soil moisture sensor system to connect to your existing irrigation controller, and you may be able to get a rebate. Also, make sure you're familiar with the five water restrictions here in Anaheim. For a list of the restrictions, and details on eligible products for our rebate programs, click here
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