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Thanks to everyone who attended the second meeting of the Broadway Visioning Study on Saturday, December 14. Stakeholders received a presentation from our urban design architect on possible improvements to Broadway and provided feedback to Councilmember Lowenthal, City staff and the architect to consider before the next meeting in early February. To view the presentation or learn more about the visioning study, click on "more" below.
|Community Watch is a crime prevention program that involves individual groups working with the police to affect crime. Community Watch encourages participants to keep a watchful eye, not only on the block where they live but the community as a whole, and report suspicious and potential criminal behavior. Community Watch begins with a block approach and expands to include others in the surrounding area and scope of influence. Participants are encouraged to reach out to businesses, nearby schools, and non-profit organizations to get to know each other and communicate. For information on how you can get involved, please click on "more" below.|
|Councilmember Lowenthal joined the Long Beach Health Department in kicking off “Fresh Air Dining LB,” a new program designed to provide smoke-free outdoor dining options for Long Beach residents and visitors in partnership with local business associations, restaurants and community groups. |
|Long Beach has implemented a Community Emergency Notification System. This system allows the City's 9-1-1 Emergency Communications Center to rapidly notify residents and businesses by telephone iIn the event of an emergency. Phone numbers can be outside of Long Beach and can be cellular service, Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) or regular telephone service. If your regular telephone service is located inside Long Beach, there is no need to signup. For more information and to sign up, please click on "more" below.|
|Check out videos of Suja exploring events, landmarks and people throughout the City of Long Beach.
Join residents, schools, businesses and community groups making a difference on our local beach and bike path. There are two clean up locations from which to choose. For details about the monthly cleanups, please click on "more" below.
Shopping in Long Beach can save you time and money with more retail choices to choose from than ever before. Make it a point to shop local. Supporting local businesses is good business, and remember that each dollar spent in Long Beach will support public safety, libraries, parks, infrastructure improvements and helps to create more local jobs. For a list of shopping corridors that meet your needs, please click on "more" below.
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