For over 50 years the City has worked closely with businesses to promote La Mirada as an excellent business location.
Nightly lane and ramp closures on the northbound I-5 Freeway are scheduled.
The project will be constructed on a four-acre site on Alondra Boulevard.
The project will continue over the next two years and be completed by the end of 2014.
Residents are urged to conserve power in the evenings to reduce strain on the power grid.
The National Night Out event will be held Thursday, August 9 at La Mirada Regional Park.
Record-breaking sales reached this year at Splash! and the La Mirada Theatre.
The new City Budget includes an aggressive capital improvement plan totaling more than $20-million in infrastructure repairs.
La Mirada's annual Independence Celebration will be held Tuesday, July 3 at Regional Park.
The Citizen Task Force on City Finances and Operations studied the City's fiscal situation and needs, and the impacts of State takeaways of local funds.
Enter your favorite La Mirada photos in the City’s Photo Contest.
Residents are advised to be on alert for mosquito activity during the warm summer months.
Work on the underpass at Valley View Avenue and the BNSF mainline corridor set to begin.
The Citizen Task Force on City Finances and Operations presented its Findings and Recommendations to the City Council at the June 12 Study Session meeting.
The "Shop! See! Splash!" program to encourage shopping locally is being held through the end of 2012.
La Mirada has nearly $200 million in unmet infrastructure improvements.
The special tribute to fallen soldiers was held at Olive Lawn Memorial Park in La Mirada.
Get your 2012 season pass for the pre-season price of $49 by May 31.
The Memorial commemorates peace officers who lost their lives in the line of duty.
A free tire recycling event will be held Saturday, June 23 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.