Showcase Your Musical Talent at Garden Grove City Council Meetings

Students attending school in Garden Grove, including private school and homeschool, or the Garden Grove Unified School District, have an opportunity to showcase their musical talent at Garden Grove’s regular City Council meetings. Performers, individually or in a group, can sing acapella and/or play an instrument.

Local Talent Search Begins for The Voice of Garden Grove

The Garden Grove Community Foundation is looking for vocally-talented, local high school students to compete in the 6th annual The Voice of Garden Grove singing competition. One lucky student will have the opportunity to win $500 and the title, “The Voice of Garden Grove 2017.” Another $500 will be donated towards the winning student’s high school choir.

Garden Grove Participates In National Drug Take Back Initiative

On April 29, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., the Garden Grove Police Department and the DEA will participate in the National Drug Take Back Initiative, giving the public the opportunity to prevent pill abuse and theft by ridding their homes of potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs.

Garden Grove College Graduates Invited to Attend Recognition

The City invites Garden Grove residents who are graduating this year with an undergraduate or post-graduate academic degree from any college or university to attend the 5th annual Garden Grove College Graduates’ Reception on Tuesday, May 9. To RSVP for the free event, visit the College Graduates' Submission page by April 30.

Mosquito Awareness Week Begins April 16

The California Legislature has declared April 16 to April 22 as Mosquito Awareness Week. The Orange County Mosquito and Vector Control District (OCMVCD) joins public health agencies throughout the state to raise awareness and educate Californians about the threat mosquitoes and vectors can pose to local communities.

Found Animals Now on City’s Website

Stray animals, found within the last seven days, will now be listed on the City’s Animal Care Services webpage, from the Lost and Found Animals link. The webpage, which offers new features only available through the website, replaces listings previously posted on the City’s Public Works Facebook. All inquiries or claims must be made to the OC Humane Society.