Miraloma Park and Family Resource Center Now Open!

The new Miraloma Park and Family Resource Center, 2600 E. Miraloma Way, opened this past weekend to hundreds of enthusiastic community members who were eager to enjoy this exciting space. 

The newest community facility features much needed amenities and services on two acres in central Anaheim. The vibrant design of the park and 4,312 square-foot resource center features a skate plaza, outdoor classroom space, exercise stations and a new playground, along with resources specific to the needs of the surrounding community. To learn more, click here.

Anaheim Health Fair 
May 29-31 at the Convention Center

Are you in need of medical services? The FREE Anaheim Health Fair is offering medical, dental and vision services that include physical exams, free eyeglasses and much more. The three day event, Friday, May 29-Sunday, May 31, 2015, will be at the Anaheim Convention Center, Hall E. Doors open at
7 a.m. Don't miss it! Free parking is available in CarPark 4. To learn more about the services offered click here.

Information Resource Fair
Sat. April 25 


Join us  on Saturday April 25 from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. at the Downtown Community Center-250 E. Center Street. Stop by and check out the resources available to you from local nonprofits that serve Anaheim. More than 50 agencies will have information on youth programs, health and wellness education, educational services and much more. For more information click here

2015 Special Olympics World Games

Anaheim is pleased to be a Host Town for the 2015 Special Olympics World Games, taking place this summer in southern California.  Anaheim will welcome the delegations from Canada and Senegal for a three-day visit and exchange of goodwill and friendship, prior to the World Games Opening Ceremony at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum. For more information on the 2015 Special Olympics World Games
click here.

Cinco de Mayo
April 30 - May 3 at La Palma Park

Food, games, carnival rides and music will be part of the annual family-friendly Cinco de Mayo Fiesta and Carnival, taking place April 30 - May 3 at La Palma Park.  The fiesta will feature free live entertainment, vendors and food booths for guests to enjoy on Saturday and Sunday.  La Palma Park is located at the corner of Harbor Boulevard and La Palma Avenue. For additional information click here


Help Cheer on the Anaheim Ducks during the Playoffs!

Congratulations to the Anaheim Ducks for clinching their third consecutive Pacific Division crown. We are looking forward to a deep run into this year's playoffs as our hometown team competes to bring the Stanley Cup back to Anaheim. The Ducks take on the Winnipeg Jets with Game 1 scheduled tonight at 7:30 pm at Honda Center. Show your support and #PaintItOrange. For a complete Playoff schedule click here   

Celebrate National Poetry Month at your local Library

Celebrate National

Poetry Month by sharing your limerick or short poem. All Anaheim Public Libraries are holding a Limerick contest and winning entries will be announced on the City's Facebook page. You can submit your poem to your local library. To find activities at your nearest library visit the Anaheim Public Library website



Let's Do Our Part!

With the Governor's latest call for more water conservation during this drought, Anaheim Public Utilities is working through the state water board's measures to reduce the number of outdoor water days for customers and pass on additional drought measures to comply with the mandates. Due to Anaheim's aggressive conservation, the mandatory reduction target is 20 percent, which is the second-lowest tier. This is achievable if we all do our part to reduce water use in our homes and businesses. Let Anaheim Public Utilities help you with rebates for efficient toilets, clothes washers, weather-based timers, rotating nozzles, or turf replacement. Our collective actions today to conserve will help avoid penalties and more dramatic mandates in the future, visit www.anaheim.net/savewater for more information.

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