The holiday weekend will affect normal refuse collection and street sweeping schedules.
Eastwood, Escalona, and Gardenhill Elementary are selected as Honor Roll Schools.
EDCO and the City of La Mirada will be sponsoring a FREE Paper Shredding, E-Waste Collection and Mulch Distribution event on Saturday, May 12, 2012, from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m., at the La Mirada Gymnasium parking lot .
Nightly lane closures on the I-5 freeway are scheduled from Monday, May 14 through Thursday, May 17.
Sunday, April 22 through Saturday, April 28 is West Nile Virus and Mosquito and Vector Control Awareness Week.
La Mirada was recognized by the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) for its Imperial Corridor Specific Economic and Land Use Plan.
The La Mirada City Council selected Gabe Garcia to serve as Mayor, and Steve De Ruse as Mayor Pro Tem at the March 27 City Council meeting.
The fun filled weekend features a variety of activities for the entire family.
La Mirada’s bond rating has been slightly downgraded following State actions taking millions of dollars by killing redevelopment agencies in California.
A report on La Mirada’s retail environment provides recommendations for improving La Mirada’s shopping opportunities.
La Mirada maintained one of the lowest crime rates in the region, and is among the safest cities in Los Angeles County.
The clinic will be held at La Mirada Regional Park on Thursday, March 15.
Serious financial problems facing the City of La Mirada were discussed at the first meeting held Feb. 27.
Sacramento money grabs, challenging economy,and declining revenues impacting City budget.
The program recognizes efforts to enhance and preserve the beauty of the community.
Declaring a Unanimous Fiscal Emergency in the City of La Mirada will be discussed by the La Mirada City Council at its February 14 meeting.
Sacramento's recent actions have created a multi-million dollar hit to La Mirada's General Fund.
Enjoy the California Sun! Buccaneer Bay Large Slides Open this Saturday February 4 from 11a.m. - 2p.m.
The Foundation awards scholarships to students who have demonstrated volunteerism and leadership in the community.
A State Supreme Court decision eliminates more than 400 redevelopment agencies operating in the State.