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    Anaheim magazine winter 2019: Center of Hope, convention center's payoff, coyote sightings

    Salvation Army's Center of Hope, convention center expansion's payoff, Anaheim's coyote management plan, an update on our homeless initiative; these are just a few of the stories highlighted in the winter edition of Anaheim magazine, out now. Read on...
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    Report coyotes

    Coyotes are a fact of life. Realizing this, the city of Anaheim has created a management plan to help residents understand coyote behavior and how we can minimize our interactions with them. Read on...
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    Anaheim, Salvation Army open 224-bed homeless shelter to help those in need, preserve public spaces

    Just 60 days after starting construction, the city of Anaheim and The Salvation Army today opened a new homeless shelter that will offer beds and services to 224 people living in homelessness in Anaheim. Read on...
  4. NEA Big Read 2019

    Anaheim explores epic story of race, injustice as community reads ‘A Lesson Before Dying’

    A gripping story that tackles the intersection of race and criminal justice will help Anaheim honor Black History Month as the city comes together to read Ernest J. Gaines’ “A Lesson Before Dying.” Read on...
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    OC Black History Parade & Cultural Faire is Feb. 23

    Join us in downtown Anaheim on Saturday, Feb. 23 for an exciting celebration of culture and heritage at the 39th annual Orange County Black History Month Parade & Cultural Faire. Read on...
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    Anaheim extends Angels at stadium through 2020, allowing time for discussions on new lease

    Anaheim’s City Council on Tuesday approved a 14-month extension for the Angels at the city-owned Angel Stadium of Anaheim, ensuring the team will play in Anaheim through 2020 and allowing time for both sides to talk about a new, potential long-term lease. Read on...
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    100-plus transitioned from homelessness at Maxwell, La Palma Parks, elsewhere

    More than 100 people have moved to an emergency homeless shelter from Maxwell and La Palma parks, a west Anaheim street corner and elsewhere, while the parks and other spaces have been cleared, cleaned and restored. Read on...
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    Anaheim interim emergency shelter opens after 14-day buildout, serving those in need

    Anaheim has opened an interim emergency shelter in an astonishing 14 days and already is providing urgent help to those in need during the critical winter months. Read on...
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