Long Beach swimming
It’s now even easier for Long Beach youth under the age of 17 to enjoy community swimming pools, because the City Council and the Parks and Recreation Commission have reduced the youth admission fee to $1 per visit.
The Long Beach Board of Water Commissioners declared a Stage 1 Water Supply Shortage Thursday that will put into effect a two-day per week landscape watering schedule on Mondays and Thursdays until the end of March 2015. Three-day per week landscape watering will resume in the summer months from April 1st, 2015 to September 30th, 2015.
Mayor Robert Garcia, Councilmember Suzie Price, the Department of Parks, Recreation, and Marine, and the Tidelands Capital Improvement Division invite the public to the Belmont Plaza Olympic Pool “Closing Ceremony” on Sunday, Oct.
Jonathan Jaques Children’s Cancer Center patient, Sydney Waldrop, 9, greets Long Beach lifeguard, Tyler Anderson, as he comes to shore after completing the 2nd Annual Catalina Swim Challenge.
To close Childhood Cancer Awareness Month the Long Beach Fire Department (LBFD) partnered with Miller Children’s Hospital Long Beach for the 2nd Annual Catalina Swim Challenge, an open water, overnight, swim relay benefiting pediatric cancer research programs at Jonathan Jaques Children’s Cancer Center (JJCCC) at Miller Children’s.
The City of Long Beach Department of Health and Human Services reminds residents that West Nile Virus continues to be a problem in Southern California. As of Monday, September 15, 2014, there have been 17 confirmed cases of West Nile Virus in Long Beach, including one death.
The City of Long Beach today celebrated the grand opening of Ramona Park Apartments, a two-story, 61-unit rental complex that will provide affordable, quality housing for low- and very low-income seniors. Together with The Long Beach Community Investment Company (LBCIC), Palm Communities, and Western Community Housing, the City is proud to open the doors to this warm and contemporary senior living community.
Dr. Mitchell Kushner, City Health Officer, encourages all residents to protect themselves against West Nile Virus.
Dr. Mitchell Kushner, Public Health Officer for the City of Long Beach, today announced the first death this year due to complications associated with West Nile Virus (WNV).
A storm surge event with higher than normal water levels is expected to impact the Peninsula and Naples areas of Long Beach this weekend. The storm surge is being caused by Hurricane Norbert in the eastern Pacific Ocean, and is expected to impact southeast Long Beach from Friday afternoon through Monday morning.
City Health Officer, encourages all residents to protect themselves against West Nile Virus.
The first human case of West Nile Virus (WNV) this year in Long Beach has been confirmed. The 61-year-old East Long Beach resident has no known underlying health issues and is currently recovering well.
City of Long Beach offices and services will adhere to the following schedule on Friday, July 4, 2014. City Hall re-opens on Monday, July 7.
Animal Care Services and spcaLA
Career Transition Center
Center for Working Families
Citizen Police Complaint Commission
Code Enforcement services
Fire Headquarters, Support Services (ECOC), Fire Prevention, & Operations, including Marine Safety Administration
Gas Services (Emergencies: 570-2140)
Health Department and Health facilities
Neighborhood Resource Center
Pacific Gateway Workforce Investment Center
Park offices, swimming pools, Rancho Los Cerritos, El Dorado Nature Center, & community park facilities
Water Department (Emergencies: 570-2390)
Fire Stations and Lifeguard Stations
Main Police Station Front Desk
Refuse and recycling collection
There will be no scheduled Street Sweeping on July 4.