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The recent wildfires in Orange County have deposited large amounts of ash and soot on indoor and outdoor surfaces, which can pose risks to health and environmental quality. Here are some tips to clean up safely.
The City has reduced the number of people experiencing homelessness in Newport Beach by 50 percent or more since March and is completing discussions with the City of Costa Mesa on a regional partnership for shelter services.
The online Open Budget Portal provides citizens an in-depth and friendly view of the City’s financial data including the City’s revenue sources, expenditures and the Capital Improvement Program (CIP).
The City Council will hold a public meeting to review the Annual Reporting on Development Impact Fees and Development Agreements on Tuesday, November 10, 2020 at 4:00 p.m.
In our ongoing effort to bring meaningful public art and cultural arts programming to the community, the Newport Beach City Arts Commission is seeking your opinion.
Residents of Newport Beach have a new way to resolve complaints and non-emergency issues related to short-term rental housing: A live answering service available 24 hours a day, every day at 949-718-3443.
City Hall is now open to the public from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday and from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Fridays.
City Hall and the Police Department will remain open to the public for essential services during the immediate COVID-19 (coronavirus) response, with social distancing measures in place.
Released every week, The Week in Review will highlight significant items of interest in a brief summary format. City Manager Grace K. Leung created this newsletter in hopes of keeping the City Council and community updated on the workings of the City.
The City's latest Aviation Activities Update provides information on City projects, Aviation Committee activities, what's happening at John Wayne Airport and with the air carrier industry, and more.
The project will remove accumulated sand from the Santa Ana River outlet and redistribute it along the Newport Beach coastline.
The City has kicked off a new phase of the Big Canyon Restoration Project that will, among other benefits, remove invasive, non-native trees and shrubs and replace them with a diverse array of native species to create a thriving, natural wildlife habitat.
The Corona del Mar Library was recently featured as one of the year’s most impressive new or renovated libraries in American Libraries Magazine's September/October Issue, highlighting the "shared space" concept in the innovative joining of the Corona del Mar Library and Fire Station No. 5.
Newport Beach business owners seeking to provide outdoor hair, nail and massage services are invited to apply for a free City permit.
The Newport Ready Emergency Preparedness Guide is now available on the City of Newport Beach website for anyone to download and print.
The City Council on Tuesday, May 26 approved an emergency ordinance that will allow commercial businesses and religious institutions to expand into parking lots, sidewalks, or other private and public property to meet State of California physical distancing requirements.
The Online Recreation Center features a collection of digital recreation and online classes for children, adults and seniors