This popular program is being offered during the holidays.
The Military Banner program recognizes La Mirada residents currently serving in the U.S. Armed Forces.
This is the fourth consecutive year La Mirada has been selected as a finalist.
Halloweenfest will be held Monday, October 31 at the Historic Neff Estate
Homeowners who complete qualifying energy efficiency upgrades may receive County incentives.
Get out and be active! The Worldwide Day of Play is on Saturday, September 24.
Exclusive Hot Weather Hours. Thursday & Friday, September 8 & 9 from 2 p.m. – 5 p.m.
Assessed valuation of private properties in La Mirada grew by 2.3 percent since the last fiscal year.
There is still time to make purchases in La Mirada towards the Shop! See! Splash! program before the August 31 deadline.
Residents are advised to take preventative measures against West Nile virus.
La Mirada officials adopted a balanced budget for the 2011-12 Fiscal Year, but a few days later Sacramento politicians gutted it.
State Legislators in Sacramento have approved legislation to eliminate redevelopment agencies in California, a move which will require La Mirada to pay the State nearly $5-million over the next two years to keep its agency operating.
Live entertainment returns this summer to La Mirada Regional Park.
West Nile virus activity is escalating in cities throughout the Southland as summer temperatures continue to rise, according to the Greater Los Angeles County Vector Control District.
At the special meeting held July 5, 2011, the City Council appointed Pauline Deal to fill the position vacated by Councilmember Susan Tripp.
A special meeting will be held Tuesday, July 5 at 6 p.m. in City Hall.
Public input is being requested for La Mirada's Prop 84 Grant application.
La Mirada’s annual Independence Celebration will be held Sunday, July 3.
Applications are being accepted from residents interested in applying for a vacant City Council seat.
La Mirada’s popular “Shop! See! Splash!” program is being offered again this summer.