Careless Drivers get Expensive Lesson During Police Crosswalk Operation

As part of the City’s Accident Reduction Campaign, the Garden Grove Police Department conducted a crosswalk operation on Friday, May 12, at Lemonwood Lane and Garden Grove Boulevard. The purpose of the operation was to educate drivers on the importance of yielding to pedestrians in marked and unmarked crosswalks.

Garden Grove to Build $5.5 Million Fire Station to Replace 45-Year-Old Facility

The City of Garden Grove officially announces and commemorates the new location of Fire Station No. 6 with a groundbreaking ceremony on Tuesday, May 23, at 5:00 p.m., at West Haven Park, 12232 West Street. The new facility replaces the station currently located at 12111 Chapman Avenue.

Magnolia Street to Undergo Street Improvements

Magnolia Street, from Garden Grove Boulevard to the 22 Freeway eastbound off-ramp, is set to undergo street improvements beginning Monday, May 22, 2017 through November 2017. Motorists are advised that traffic on Magnolia Street will be reduced to one lane to facilitate construction work.

Distracted Drivers Get Expensive Lesson During National Distracted Driving Awareness Month

In just 30 days in April, Garden Grove police cited over 700 drivers for distracted driving. As part of the City’s Accident Reduction Campaign and National Distracted Driving Awareness Month, the Garden Grove Police Department enforced California’s new cell phone law, which took effect January 1, 2017.

Whittier Police Chief, Father of Murdered Palm Springs Officer Share Remembrances at 30th annual Police Memorial

Honoring Garden Grove’s “Fallen Five” takes a different perspective at this year’s Police Memorial. The 30th Annual Memorial takes place on Thursday, May 18, at 5:00 p.m., in front of Garden Grove Police Headquarters.

City Raising Awareness of Citrus Greening Disease Found in Southern California

The City is raising awareness of Huanglongbing, also known as HLB or citrus greening disease, which has been discovered in Los Angeles County. HLB kills citrus trees and has no cure. HLB is not harmful to humans. The disease is spread by a pest called the Asian citrus psyllid.