Community's Help Needed to Comply with Upcoming Water Restrictions

In response to Governor Brown's executive order mandating a statewide 25% reduction in water use, Garden Grove will move from a Voluntary Conservation stage to Mandatory Conservation.

Arbor Day Planting to Replace, Honor 80-Year-Old Diseased Tree

In honor of Arbor Day on Friday, April 24, Garden Grove Mayor Bao Nguyen and the Public Works Department will plant a California Pepper Tree at the corner of Elizabeth Lane and Stanford Avenue.

New Fire Chief Named

Tom Schultz, Deputy Chief of Operations for the Fullerton and Brea Fire Departments, has been appointed as Garden Grove’s 13th Fire Chief. He will assume his new position with the City of Garden Grove on April 29, 2015. The announcement was made on April 9, 2015.

Garden Grove Stakes its Place for Earth Day

In recognition of Earth Day on April 22, 2015, the City of Garden Grove is presenting a temporary public art installation project and asking for community participation. Called “High Stakes for Earth,” the project will be placed in the Downtown’s Civic Center park and center around

New City Website Officially Launches

Today marks the official launch of the City of Garden Grove’s new, re-designed, and re-enhanced website. A slicker look, new features, and technological enhancements allow users to easily view stories, find City services, and navigate through the website using a PC or any smart device. For the last eight months, the City’s Information Technology team, along with an

City Attorney Announces Retirement

Following a distinguished 30-year legal career, City Attorney Thomas Nixon has announced plans to retire, effective July 31, 2015, after nine years of service to the City of Garden Grove. The announcement was made to Garden Grove Mayor