Council District 7
Councilmember Roberto Uranga

City Hall Office
333 West Ocean Blvd, 14th Floor
Long Beach, CA 90802

(562) 570-7777

Ray Pok, Chief of Staff
Celina Luna, Community Relations
Michael P. Varela, Communications Director

Currently looking for interns, please contact us for more information!

Holiday Bike Donation
Help give the homeless the freedom of transportation with Mental Health America's Citywide Holiday Bike Donation. Donate your old bikes at any of our four drop-off locations between 11am-3pm on December 21st!
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Adopt-a-Child this Holiday!
Every year the Century Villages at Cabrillo's, Oasis Community Center runs an Adopt-a-Child program for the less fortunate kids and teens that live at the Villages at Cabrillo in Long Beach.
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Filipino Migrant Center's Community Forum on the New Executive Action on Immigration

Come and learn about President Obama's new Executive Order on immigration regarding the expansion of Deferred Action and the granting of work permits for undocumented parents or spouses of US citizens and legal permanent residents.
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Joy to the World: FREE Christmas Concert

Justin Rudd and his nonprofit Community Action Team (CAT) invite the public to a free, 90-minute "Joy to the World" Christmas concert at 5 p.m. on Sun., Dec. 14 at Bay Shore Church, 5100 E. The Toledo @ Granada Ave. in Belmont Shore.
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Spend the Weekend at the Daisy Avenue Christmas Tree Lane!

Join Wrigley area residents and the at-large Long Beach community as we kickoff the holiday season in the Seventh District! The festivities begin this weekend!
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California Heights Neighborhood Cleanup & Block Party

California Heights residents are invited to a neighborhood cleanup and block party on the morning of Saturday, December 13th!
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Be Prepared for the Powerful Pacific Storm!

A powerful Pacific storm is bearing down on Southern California this week, and is expected to bring heavy rainfall and strong wind gusts.

City crews are preparing for the storm with a coordinated, multi-department response by clearing thousands of catch basins; cleaning and testing 26 pump stations; fortifying sand berms on the beach; installing debris booms to prevent trash from entering the marina areas; maintaining storm run-off culverts on the beaches; installing plugs in the Naples sea wall to prevent flooding, as appropriate; deploying additional staff, including Swiftwater rescue teams, and equipment; and closely monitoring the situation.