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Census

2020 Census is Around the Corner


Make sure you're counted in the 2020 U.S. Census! Obtaining a complete and accurate count of our community is critical, as the results of the Census will affect community funding, congressional representation, and more. Now it’s easier than ever to be part of the Census. New in 2020, you will be able to respond online. Responses by phone or mail are still available. Make a difference in the Brea community by making sure that you and your family respond to Census 2020. Visit 2020census.gov for more information.

Council Chamber

City of Brea Commissions & Committees Vacancies 


The City of Brea is currently accepting applications for the following vacancies:

Investment Advisory Committee, one seat - Expiring 12/31/2020. The Investment Advisory Committee safeguards public funds by prudent investing practices.

Parks, Recreation and Human Services Commission, one seat - Expiring 12/31/2023. The Parks, Recreation and Human Services Commission works with staff to coordinate the recreation and human services activities of the City.

The deadline for submitting an application is Monday, February 10 at 5:30 p.m. For more information, please call 714-990-7757.

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SR 57/Lambert Road Interchange Improvement Project Update


Construction is well underway on the 57 Freeway/Lambert Rd. Interchange Improvement project. These highlights are from work done since mid-September 2019:

• Work continues on the northbound off-ramp re-alignment, sound wall and retaining wall.
• The contractor completed driving concrete piles for the 57 Freeway/Lambert Rd. bridge extension on the north side of the existing bridge.
• Work continues on the retaining wall along westbound Lambert Rd., adjacent to the Olen Properties.
• Work along the southbound freeway on-ramp continues with grading for shoulder widening and construction of the sound wall.

Stay Informed! Visit cityofbrea.net/57lambert for more information and to sign-up for notifications and follow @CaltransOC on social media.

overnight parking

Renew Overnight Parking Permits


Don't forget to renew your overnight parking permit for 2020. Permits must be displayed when parking on all public streets within the City of Brea between the hours of 2-6 a.m. Vehicles parked on streets during these hours is restricted to no longer than 30 minutes without a permit. Permits are available online and in person at City Hall. For more information, visit cityofbrea.net/parkingpermits.

CERT

Winter CERT Class Registration Open


Get prepared in the event of a disaster and register for Brea’s free winter CERT classes. The Brea Community Emergency Response Team, or CERT, educates people about disaster preparedness and trains them in basic disaster response skills. Sign up early as class space is limited. Classes begin on February 11. Visit cityofbrea.net/cert to register.

Ring

Brea Police Department Partners with the Neighbors App by Ring


The Brea Police Department has joined the Neighbors App by Ring in an effort to connect with our community to fight crime and identify suspects. The Neighbors App allows neighbors to share photos and videos from their security cameras, regardless of whether or not they use Ring products, by creating a community that informs and looks out for one another. The app allows users to remain anonymous and receive real-time notifications. Uploading videos and photos are voluntary and can assist law enforcement agencies in locating and identifying suspects. It also allows us to send messages to specific neighborhoods in the event we are searching for footage that could assist in investigations. For more information on the Neighbors App, please visit shop.ring.com/pages/neighbors.

Turf Removal

MWDOC Turf Removal Program


Rebate amounts for the popular Municipal Water District of Orange County’s (MWDOC) Turf Removal Program have increased from $2 to $3 per square foot of turf grass removed and replaced with climate-appropriate landscape. Rebates are available for both residents and businesses throughout Orange County with a cap of 5,000 and 50,000 square feet respectively. Projects with areas where plants and permeable landscape will be exchanged for turf may only include live plant material. Artificial grass does not qualify for the rebate program.

To learn more, and to determine eligibility, visit mwdoc.com/turfremoval, or call (714) 593-5036 to speak with a MWDOC representative.

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