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National Night Out is on August 6

Join us for this year's National Night Out on Tuesday, August 6, from 4-7 p.m. Brea’s Police and Fire Departments, along with staff from Community Services, will be participating at the Brea Marketplace Shopping Center. The City will host various activities that highlight public safety and build positive community partnerships. The event includes food, music and giveaways!

Meet your local police, who will share crime-fighting tips and traffic safety reminders, offer fingerprint services and information about community partnerships in emergency preparedness. They will also be displaying motorcycles, SWAT vehicles and other gear used for public safety work. The Community Services Department will provide a kid-friendly sports activity, face painting, and games. Also, pick up information about the Brea Resource Center and Public Works Department. 

It all takes place at the Brea Marketplace Shopping Center, located on the north side of Birch Street, east of Randolph Avenue. To learn more about the National Night Out program, or to see a list of other participating southland communities, visit


Vibe with Summer Concerts in the Park Until August 14 

The City of Brea Concerts in the Park are a summer tradition. Join us for live musical performances at City Hall Park (401 S. Brea Blvd) on Wednesday nights until August 14. Concerts begin at 6:30 p.m. and run until 8 p.m. Each week, a new band is featured performing hits everyone can enjoy. Concert goers may bring blankets or lawn chairs to sit comfortably while the music plays. For more info, please call (714)-990-7722 or visit

2019 Concerts in the Park Schedule: 

  • July 24 - Electric Vinyl (Classic Rock)
  • July 31 - Upstream (Caribbean/Reggae/Calypso)
  • August 7 - The Fenians (Irish Rock)
  • August 14 - The Swing Cats (Big Band)

Prevent Mosquitoes this Summer!

Are you protecting yourself from mosquitoes this summer? As well as being a pest, mosquitoes can carry numerous diseases that can make people and animals sick. The disease of most concern in Southern California is the West Nile virus. Spread by mosquito bite, West Nile can cause flu like symptoms including fever, headache, and nausea.

Reduce your chances of getting bit by mosquitoes this summer by eliminating mosquito breeding sites and reducing your exposure to disease-carrying mosquitoes. For more info, visit

Tips for preventing mosquitoes:

  • Inspect your property regularly for standing water, and tip or toss any containers filled with water at least once a week.
  • Close all unscreened doors and windows to prevent mosquitoes from entering your home or space; repair broken or damaged screens.
  • Pour out water from potted plants saucers to eliminate mosquito breeding.
  • Remove trash and clutter. This includes discarded tires, buckets, tarps and any other items that could collect water.
  • Wear long-sleeved shirts and long pants, and opt for lighter colored clothing when spending time outdoors.

Brea Fest

Brea Fest Returns on August 16

The 33rd annual Brea Fest returns on Friday, August 16 from 6:30-10 p.m.! Guests are invited to sample delicious food and beverages from over 30 area restaurants. Plus enjoy live music on two outdoor stages, an exhibition in the Brea Gallery, demonstrating artists, live theatre performances, balloon artist, magicians, and much more.

Brea Fest admission and entertainment is free. Local restaurants donate food to this annual family-friendly event that celebrates Brea's Art Programs such as the Curtis Theatre, Brea Art Gallery, and Concerts in the Park. There is a nominal charge of $3 per ticket that can be used for food and/or beverages. For more details, call 714-990-7771 or visit

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