Residents can now search their district by address on the City’s website at www.garden-grove.org by accessing the ‘District Election Mapping’ page under the Open Government main tab. The map also pinpoints schools, outlined in yellow, and parks, outlined in green, for each district.
Starting in mid-September, OCTA in partnership with Caltrans will repave the 91 Express Lanes. To maximize safety, reduce impact to motorists and accelerate paving, the 91 Express Lanes and limited sections of the adjacent #1 general-purpose lane will be closed approximately over 10 consecutive weekends.
About 70 members of the homeless community attended the first multi-agency Homeless Outreach Program on July 30, coordinated by the Garden Grove Police Department. The event involved law enforcement agencies from the Cities of Westminster and Anaheim.
Lampson Avenue, from West Street to Merrill Street is set to undergo construction beginning August 8, 2016 through September 2016. The improvements, when complete, will help to alleviate flooding on Lampson Avenue at the Merrill Street intersection.
Recent coyote sightings in Garden Grove have prompted the City to make local residents aware of coyotes in the area, urging them to take needed precautions to protect themselves, their pets, and their property against these wild animals. The community is encouraged to report coyote sightings by calling the City’s coyote hotline number at (714) 741-5286.
Openings are available for the first-time Garden Grove homebuyer workshop. The next workshop dates are scheduled on August 13, September 24, and December 3, 2016, at the Garden Grove H. Louis Lake Senior Center, located at 11300 Stanford Street.