Join children's instructor Aimee Aul as she guides students in creating an original work of art inspired by a great artist of the past or present. Click on a session to register.
On Saturday, May 1, from 8:30-11 a.m., the City and Republic Services will give away FREE compost to residents. The event will be held at the Brea Community Center parking lot and cars must enter from southbound Randolph, north of the Community Center.
Love Brea returns this year in a COVID-conscious format! Smaller service projects will take place on four Saturdays, April 17-May 8. Chose one or more dates that work best for you. Sign up today at LoveBrea.org to volunteer, donate, or submit a project.
As part of the City's Housing Element Update, you're invited to create the ideal home you would like to see in Brea. Get creative on your own or with a group! Submissions will receive a prize and be featured on ShapeBrea.net and our social media accounts.
Effective Wednesday, March 31, Orange County will move to the Orange Tier of the State’s Blueprint for a Safer Economy. This tier brings additional flexibility for businesses in the entire county as COVID cases fall and those getting vaccines increase.
The April 2021 edition of the Brea Line Newsletter is now available to view. Learn about Love Brea returning this year, a free compost giveaway, mosquito control, and more. Subscribe to receive future newsletters at www.cityofbrea.net/breaonline.
The Community Services Department is offering limited classes and programs due to the COVID-19 pandemic. View their brochure for fitness classes, outdoor and virtual classes for kids, child care, resources, and more. Registration is now open.
City Council meetings are held monthly at 7:00 p.m. on the first and third Tuesdays at the Brea Civic & Cultural Center.
Visit ShapeBrea.net to participate and provide feedback as the City updates its Housing Element.
View the latest information on various CIP construction projects happening in the City of Brea.
One of the oldest communities in Orange County, Brea was incorporated in 1917 as the city of oil, oranges, and opportunity.
Learn about this multi-year Caltrans project and view the latest information on lane closures and traffic conditions.
View Brea's Community Profile to learn more about the City.
View the Orange County Business Journal featuring Brea and its Centennial celebration.