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    ‘New Beach Starts Now’ — Anaheim marks long-awaited redevelopment of Beach and Lincoln

    Declaring the “new Beach starts now,” Mayor Harry Sidhu and the Anaheim City Council on Wednesday marked the start of redevelopment at the corner of Beach Boulevard and Lincoln Avenue in the heart of west Anaheim. Read on...
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    Vaccines: Super POD at Anaheim Convention Center to close June 5

    The Super POD at Anaheim Convention Center will permanently close at the end of the day on Saturday, June 5, after nearly four months of serving a critical need in our fight against COVID-19. Read on...
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    Get vaccinated in your neighborhood

    It's never been easier to get vaccinated in Anaheim. We're hosting neighborhood clinics throughout our city. Find one near you. Read on...
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    Permit parking enforcement resumes June 1

    Heads up, Anaheim! After more than a year of eased enforcement on parking in our city, on June 1 we are set to resume enforcement of permit parking in neighborhoods. Read on...
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    Big changes coming to Beach Boulevard

    Hundreds of new homes and residents are coming to Beach Boulevard and Lincoln Avenue with shopping, dining and community spaces to follow as part of Anaheim’s plan to revitalize the heart of west Anaheim. Read on...
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    Fight COVID: Get vaccinated now

    All residents age 16 an older are eligible to get a COVID-19 vaccination. Vaccines keep you from getting sick, stop the spread of the virus and help us get back to normal. Make your appointment now. Read on...
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    Anaheim authorizes borrowing to close budget deficits

    Anaheim plans to issue bonds to close budget deficits caused by the coronavirus economic downturn. Read on...
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    Anaheim set to receive $100 million in federal assistance

    Anaheim is set to receive more than $100 million in direct federal aid to help offset lost revenue due to COVID-19 and continue serving residents, businesses and visitors. Read on...
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    Anaheim budget deficit at $114M; city evaluating potential borrowing, additional cuts

    The prolonged and ongoing coronavirus economic downturn has created a $114 million city budget deficit with Anaheim looking to borrowing, more cost cutting and any additional federal assistance to close the gap in coming months. Read on...
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