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In and Around CdM

One-Way Streets in CdM or “No Way!”?  What are your thoughts? CdMRA has been addressing this issue in one form or another since CdMRA was formed in 1987.  But until recently, there never seemed to be an overwhelming interest in developing a formal study and plan of how one-way streets

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In and Around NB

City Council Redistricting Every ten years, local governments use new census data to redraw their district lines to reflect how local populations have changed. Assembly Bill 849 (2019) requires cities and counties to engage communities in the redistricting process by conducting  public hearings and/or workshops.  Why does redistricting matter to me? Redistricting

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NBPD Home Security Checklist

NBPD’s Home Security Checklist Thanks to NBPD’s Crime Prevention Specialist, we have a comprehensive checklist for securing our homes. The Home Security Checklist is available here for viewing, printing and sharing with your neighbors.   

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NB Emergency Guide

  Newport Beach Office of Emergency Management Readiness Guide The City of Newport Beach has a comprehensive emergency management program and is prepared to handle unexpected disasters effectively.  However, in the event of a major disaster, City resources and emergency personnel will be overwhelmed with calls for assistance. As “Partners

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NBPD Calls for Service

Calls for Service Interactive Map: NBPD recently implemented a new map which plots out the Calls for Service for the last seven days by call type throughout the city.  It’s a great and visual way to stay informed about crimes, arrests and other police-related activities.   Calls for Service are updated

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One-Way Streets Study

In the early 1900’s, Corona del Mar was developed primarily as a weekend getaway for residents of Los Angeles and Pasadena. Quaint cottages were built on 30 foot lots and 30 foot streets were sufficient for the vehicles and traffic of the time. As Orange County grew and urbanized, so

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Public Safety

City of Newport Beach Public Safety Agencies The primary agencies tasked with safety for Newport Beach residents, businesses, schools and visitors are: Newport Beach Emergency Management Newport Beach Police Department Newport Beach Fire Department Each of these functional areas are noted below.  We encourage you to read about each of

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Code Violations – What you need to know

The City depends on its residents and businesses to report code violations. It is not possible to staff the Code Enforcement Department large enough to cover the entire city every day. But as a resident you know exactly what is happening on your street and in your specific neighborhood. Reporting

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Coyote Safety

NBPD warns that coyotes are capable of hunting unattended small pets, including cats and dogs.  Residents who have lost pets to these predators are often unaware of coyote activity in their area. NBPD maintains an up-to-date Coyote Bulletin with information and tips for keeping family members and pets safe.  It is

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Events

City Council Regular Meetings

Tuesday, November 16, Study Session @ 4:00 p.m. (Housing Element & Water Conservation) & Regular Meeting @ 6:30 p.m. (CdM 76 Station Remodel) View live on City website or on Cable TV (Cox 852 or Spectrum 3).

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CdMRA Monthly Meeting

Thursday, November 18, 7:30 a.m. at OASIS Senior Center Room #2: Harbormaster Paul Blank provides an update on oil spill efforts and Harbor projects of interest. Meeting RSVP here Agenda here

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Library Book Sale

Members only on Friday, November 19: 1:00-4:00 p.m. Friends RoomPublic welcome on Saturday, November 20, 9:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Friends Room    

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Holiday Thanksgiving Day

Thursday, November 25: City Hall, Libraries and most City facilities closed.  Trash pickup delayed by one day. No street sweeping Thursday or Friday.

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Holiday Christmas-New Years City Services

December 24 through January 2: City Offices and Community Centers are closed for the holidays.  Library operates on special hours. Trash pickup follows its normal schedule.  No street sweeping on Dec. 23, 24, 30  & 31.  Christmas trees picked up on your normal trash day from Dec. 26 through Jan.

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