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.
Councilmember Susan Tripp has announced her retirement from the La Mirada City Council after 10 years of service.
Buccaneer Bay will be open daily beginning Friday, June 17.
Study Session meetings will now be held on the second Tuesday of each month.
Enter your favorite La Mirada photos in the City’s Photo Contest.
Residents interested in serving on a La Mirada Advisory Body are invited to meet with the City Council at this event.
Take protective measures to avoid mosquito-transmitted illnesses such as West Nile Virus.
During the past year, the City of La Mirada has maintained one of the lowest crime rates in the region and remains one of the safest cities in Los Angeles County.
Topics include current crime trends and prevention tips, and the 2010 Annual Crime Report.
Enjoy a weekend of rides, food, and fun at the annual "4 La Mirada Kids" Carnival.
Get ready to Splash! into summer with a Buccaneer Bay Season Pass.