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Anaheim Residents and Community Groups Continue to Support Adopt-A-Neighborhood Programs
ANAHEIM, CA - (October 8, 2010) - Anaheim residents and community groups continue to take the lead in supporting their local neighbors, ensuring their fellow residents live in graffiti-free neighborhoods.

On Saturday, Oct. 9, Anaheim’s Balsam-Curtis neighborhood in central Anaheim will enter its second year of community partnership in an Adopt-a-Neighborhood program.  This will be the first clean-up of the second year of the program, the significance being the residents will take the lead for this and future maintenance.  The Adopt-a-Neighborhood program began in 2009 with members of the Rotary Club and Anaheim Beautiful as well as Anaheim police and code-enforcement officers working together with residents in a collaborative effort.

Last month a second neighborhood in Anaheim received similar benefits.  The Glen-Neighbors area, near Servite High School, was adopted by the Kiwanis Club.

The Adopt-a-Neighborhood program began in 2009, as a collaborative effort between residents, community groups, the City of Anaheim’s Police and Code Enforcement departments and the community group, Anaheim Beautiful, to improve local neighborhoods.  The Rotary and Kiwanis Clubs have volunteered to participate and have eagerly joined in the clean-up efforts, with great success.

The Adopt-a-Neighborhood program has proved to be a successful model, and recently Anaheim representatives received a request to share this vision to police officers in Bakersfield, Calif.

For more information please contact Vic Dominguez, at 714-765-5040, or vdominguez@anaheim.net.

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ABOUT ANAHEIM –The City of Anaheim, founded in 1857, is one of the nation's premier municipalities and is one of California's most populous and most visited cities. Anaheim covers 50 square miles with more than 351,000 residents and more than 2,900 City employees. The municipal corporation's annual budget is $1.7 billion. Anaheim supports a thriving business community with companies such as: Carl Karcher Enterprises, Inc.; L-3 Communications; Pacific Sunwear; and Disneyland Resort. Successful sports franchises call Anaheim home, including: Angels Baseball; Anaheim Ducks; the U.S. Men's National Volleyball Team, and the 2012 Olympic Games Silver Medal winning U.S. Women's National Volleyball Team. Anaheim also boasts world-class meeting and entertainment venues with: The Anaheim Convention Center, LEED-certified and the largest on the west coast; Honda Center; City National Grove of Anaheim; Anaheim GardenWalk; Angel Stadium of Anaheim; and ARTIC (Anaheim Regional Transportation Intermodal Center). In addition, Anaheim embraces its vibrant cultural arts community, including the world-renowned Anaheim Ballet. Annually, Anaheim welcomes more than 20 million visitors to the City, truly making it where the world comes to live, work and play. For more information, please visit www.anaheim.net.


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