Mosquito Infected with West Nile Virus Found in Garden Grove

The Orange County Mosquito and Vector Control District has confirmed and informed Garden Grove City officials of the first mosquito sample infected with the West Nile virus in Garden Grove. The mosquitoes were collected in mosquito traps at the West Street Basin, in the vicinity of West Street and Chapman Avenue.

City’s Garden Grove TV3 Wins First Emmy

Garden Grove TV3 was recently honored with its first Emmy Award, and other top state and national awards for various video productions. GGTV3 took home the Emmy Award in the Informational/Instructional category for its video production, “District Elections in Garden Grove” on June 24, 2017.

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 Celebrates Parks Make Life Better! Month with Free Open Houses

The National Recreation and Park Association, California Park and Recreation Society, and the City of Garden Grove proclaim July as Parks Make Life Better! Month. In celebration, several Garden Grove recreation facilities will have free admission on Friday, July 28, 2017.

City Council Meetings Cancelled on July 11 and August 8

On Tuesday, July 11, and Tuesday, August 8, the Garden Grove City Council and Successor Agency meetings are cancelled. For more information, contact the City Clerk’s office at (714) 741-5040.

Senior Center Offers Public Cooling Place During Summer

Soaring temperatures can be especially dangerous to seniors and children, especially if homes have no air conditioning. To offer some relief from the high temperatures, the H. Louis Lake Senior Center will serve as a public cooling center this Saturday when temperatures are forecasted to reach 95 degrees Fahrenheit and above.