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Blank, an avid boater with deep roots in the local maritime community, joined Newport Beach May 3 as the new City Harbormaster.
The temporary fee waiver is designed to encourage additional development of new ADUs, and prompt homeowners to seek permits for existing ADUs that are currently unauthorized but meet City codes.
Notice of Availability and Study Session - Residences at Newport Center – 150 Newport Center Drive (PA2020-020)
On Thursday, April 29, 2021, the Community Development Department released a Notice of Availability (NOA) of the Draft Environmental Impact Report (Draft EIR) for the Residences at Newport Center Project (PA2020-020).
The City is working with multiple federal, state and local agencies to identify the extent of a newly discovered invasive algae species in Newport Harbor and to develop an eradication plan.
The City is now accepting applications from organizations that provide community programs available to Newport Beach residents, and from qualified event organizers seeking financial support for Newport Beach-based events.
With nearly 400 camps, Camp Newport is ready to help local kids find some fun in Newport Beach this summer! For more information, visit campnewport.com. Registration is now open. Sign up by May 31 and receive a 10% or more discount!
By a unanimous vote of the City Council on Tuesday, March 23, Newport Beach will waive annual business license taxes for businesses within the City that were forced to close during the COVID-19 pandemic by order of the State.
The City is encouraging residents to call 949-718-3443 for non-emergency complaints related to short-term rental housing
The City is updating its trash and recycling service contracts to meet new state mandates for organics recycling. Here are some frequently asked questions about the changes Newport Beach residents will see in the coming year.
With the state stay-at-home order lifted and COVID-19 cases decreasing, Newport Beach City Hall will resume some services to the public on Monday, February 8, with social distancing measures in place, including mandatory face coverings. Many outdoor recreation programs will start to resume next week
Please read our latest update to learn about the actions the City is currently taking to address this very complex issue.