A brief recap of the week, as provided by City Manager Grace Leung.
Beginning the week of July 11, some Newport Beach residents will receive a bill from CR&R, the City’s waste contractor, for additional trash and recycling carts above those allocated under the expanded recycling program.
The Newport Beach City Council has approved a Level 2 Water Supply Shortage declaration, which establishes a set of additional conservation measures designed to prevent the waste and unnecessary use of potable water.
City officials and community members celebrated the grand opening of Peninsula Fire Station 2 on Tuesday, June 28 with a ceremonial ribbon cutting and public open house.
City Kicks off Summer Anti-Litter Campaign -- ‘Make a Splash, Pick Up Trash: Keep Newport Beach Beautiful’
This Memorial Day weekend marks the launch of new City anti-litter campaign that will run for the duration of the summer, through Labor Day.
The Balboa Peninsula Trolley will resume operations on Memorial Day weekend, beginning Saturday, May 28, with free service continuing throughout the summer on weekends and holidays.
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