Garden Grove Pride Awards Program

For over four decades, the Garden Grove Pride Home Beautification program has recognized the owners of Garden Grove's best-kept homes for their curb appeal and their community spirit. The Pride Awards appreciation has expanded in recent years to include the Best Water-Wise Award. This year’s 43rd anniversary will be held on Monday, May 23, 2016.

Upcoming Hearings Last Chance for Public to Comment on Voting District Maps

Two, upcoming public hearings represent the final opportunities for the community to comment on the selection of a six-district electoral map, to be in effect for the 2016 elections. The public hearings take place on April 12 and April 26, at 6:30 p.m., during the regular meeting of the Garden Grove City Council, at the Community Meeting Center, 11300 Stanford Ave.

City Offering First-Time Home Buyer and Home Improvement Programs

The City of Garden Grove is offering First-Time Homebuyer and Home Improvement programs for manufactured housing in Garden Grove until October 1, 2017. The program is funded by CalHOME through the California Department of Housing and Community Development.

CITY ANNOUNCES RETIREMENT OF FORMER FIRE CHIEF DAVID BARLAG

The City of Garden Grove officially announces the immediate retirement of the City’s Public Safety Administrative Officer and former fire chief, David Barlag.

Deadline Near to Nominate Water-Wise Homes

Garden Grove homeowners with water-wise front yards are encouraged to participate in the City's 'Best Water-Wise Home' award program, part of the 43rd annual Garden Grove Pride Awards on May 23, 2016. Interested residents are asked to call the Recreation Division at (714) 741-5290 no later than Monday, April 18. The water-wise category made its debut five years ago at the Pride Awards as part of an effort by the City to keep residents aware of the need to conserve water.

City Rededicates 40-Year-Old Center Following $1 Million Renovation

On Tuesday, March 22, Mayor Bao Nguyen, along with City officials and members of the community, gathered in the Community Meeting Center, after a nearly 1-year closure, to celebrate the completion of the facility’s $1.1 million renovation and honor its 40th anniversary with a rededication ceremony.

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