Community Meeting to Discuss New Fire Station Relocation

The City invites public participation in an upcoming community meeting to discuss the possible relocation or reconstruction of Fire Station No. 6, currently located at 12111 Chapman Ave. The meeting is scheduled on Thursday, January 28, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. in the Multipurpose Room at Walton Intermediate School, 12181 Buaro.

Districting Process Continues with Public Hearing

The process of determining City districts for the 2016 elections continues with the first public hearing on Tuesday, January 26, at 6:30 p.m. The hearing takes place during the regular Garden Grove City Council meeting, at the Garden Grove Courtyard Center, located at 12372 Main Street.

Project Go Needs You in 2016!

If your New Year's Resolution is to keep Garden Grove looking its best, then Project GO is for you! Coordinated through the Garden Grove Public Works Department, Project GO (Graffiti Off), is a volunteer and community-based program to rid Garden Grove neighborhoods of unsightly graffiti.

City Ready for First El Niño Storms of 2016

With early preparations and safety measures already in place, the City of Garden Grove stands at the ready for 2016’s first round of El Niño rainstorms to hit Southern California this week. The City encourages all residents to stay informed and take necessary actions to lessen the consequences of flooding that may occur as a result of high-intensity rainstorms.

‘State of the City’ Annual Address

The New Year brings a fresh start for Garden Grove as Mayor Bao Nguyen delivers his official address at the State of the City luncheon on Wednesday, January 27. The event, hosted by the Garden Grove Chamber of Commerce, takes place from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., at the Embassy Suites Hotel, at 11767 Harbor Boulevard. Tickets are $40 per person through Friday, January 22. A limited number of tickets will be available at the door.

Police Outreach Offers Safety, Support to Flood Channel Homeless

The cold, December day started early for about 20 members of the Garden Grove Police Department, en route to the Orange County Flood Control Channel on the east side of Brookhurst Street, at 13th Street. With El Niño’s dangerous release of record rainfall likely to hit soon, the flood control channel was the place to be—and not to be.