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Eat LBC Restaurant Week

Long Beach Restaurant Week is March 22 – 28 and will feature three-course menus – appetizer, entrée and dessert – at dozens of participating restaurants citywide for $20, $30 or $40, depending on the eatery. This is a great chance to try new restaurants and support our local chefs and restaurateurs. It’s also a wonderful …

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Animal Care Services – Pet Adoption

Long Beach Animal Care Services is continually striving to get pets adopted into loving, wonderful homes. If you are thinking about owning a pet, visit their Facebook page, City of Long Beach Animal Care Services, to see an album of pets that are available for adoption which is updated on a regular basis. Also, by clicking …

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Long Beach Area Boy Scouts – Year in Review

The Long Beach Area Boy Scouts had a remarkable year in 2014 – eighty (80) young men earned the rank of Eagle Scout; they contributed over 35,000 hours of service; collected 28,000 pounds of food for local pantries; and planted 1,200 trees. I want to be sure to take this time to thank the Boy Scouts organization, …

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Water Conservation

As we head into the winter months, we are crossing our fingers for more rain! If it does rain, remember that you can give your sprinklers a break and let Mother Nature do the job. If we don’t get as much rain as we hope, there are many ways to conserve water both outside and …

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No Overnight Parking On Wardlow

We are very happy to announce that signs restricting overnight parking on Wardlow between Clark and Lakewood have been put up! Many of you expressed your concerns about the large amount of RVs parked on the street, and we want to thank you for bringing this to our attention. We worked with the Traffic Engineer’s …

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City of Long Beach Receives Bloomberg Innovation Grant

The City of Long Beach is one of 14 cities in the nation to receive the prestigious Bloomberg Innovation Grant! The City will get $3 million over 3 years to create an innovation team of 5 people and fellows program focused on economic development. The innovation team will look at ways each department in the …

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