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    Citywide curfew June 2 at 9 p.m.

    Anaheim is implementing a citywide curfew starting Tuesday, June 2 at 9 p.m. through tomorrow at 5:30 a.m. Read on...
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    Tracking coronavirus: Street sweeping enforcement returns June 15

    While we've relaxed enforcement on parking citations for street sweeping since the state stay-at-home order began, we are now asking you to move your car on your sweeping day. We will start issuing warnings on Monday and citations will begin June 15. Read on...
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    Tracking coronavirus: Anaheim offers help for struggling renters

    Anaheim renters struggling with the economic impacts of the coronavirus crisis can now apply for assistance under Anaheim’s Community and Economic Recovery Plan. Read on...
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    Tracking coronavirus: Anaheim extends eviction moratorium

    Anaheim's protection for commercial and residential renters impacted by the coronavirus outbreak has been extended through June 30, 2020. Read on...
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    Tracking coronavirus: Anaheim honors 2020 graduates

    Anaheim will honor graduates and all promoting students of the class of 2020 from May 13 through May 30 at facilities throughout the city. Read on...
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    Anaheim approves timing changes for stadium process, speeding up $10M deposit, final close

    Anaheim has approved timing changes for the pending sale of Angel Stadium of Anaheim. The changes approved Tuesday will move consideration of follow-up agreements from June to September while speeding up a $10 million deposit and a development plan. Read on...
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    Tracking coronavirus: Anaheim City Council allocates added funding for renters, community

    The Anaheim City Council on Tuesday allocated an added $1 million for nonprofits serving residents in need and directed $3 million in assistance to help struggling renters as part of the Anaheim Community and Economic Recovery Plan. Read on...
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    Anaheim approves Senior Safety Net for seniors struggling with housing costs

    Anaheim seniors struggling with housing costs can get emergency help and up to a year of rent assistance under a $645,000 program approved by Anaheim’s City Council on Tuesday. Read on...
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