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Experience Connectivity!
Temporary Crosswalk Demonstration, November 7

Earlier this spring, the City began a series of outreach events for its Connecting the Core: Active Transportation Plan. Join us this Thursday, November 7, from 2-4 p.m. at Brea Junior High Park, for a temporary crosswalk demonstration. The temporary, colorful crosswalk will be located at the corner of Country Lane and Lambert Road and will only be in use for the event. Please come by to give us your feedback. Learn more about the project at

Brea War Memorial

City of Brea Veterans Day Ceremony

Please join the City of Brea in honoring veterans at our annual Veterans Day Ceremony on Monday, November 11 from 10-10:45 a.m. at the Brea War Memorial in front of the Brea Civic & Cultural Center (1 Civic Center Cir, Brea). Be sure to arrive early and allow time for parking and seating arrangements. 

Toy Drive

Brea Fire Department Holiday
Toy Drive, November 18-December 20

Help Brea Firefighters make the holidays bright for children in need. Donate new, unwrapped toys to the first annual Brea Fire Department Holiday Toy Drive. Simply drop-off your donations to any Brea Fire Station from November 18 to December 20. Toys will benefit children in Brea and others served by local nonprofit organizations.


Be Prepared in an Emergency

Are you prepared in the event of an emergency? Stay up-to-date with AlertOC and receive the latest emergency information by phone, text, or e-mail. AlertOC is Orange County’s regional mass notification system designed to keep those who live or work in Orange County informed of important information when there is an emergency situation. Visit for additional info and to sign-up for emergency notifications.


Protect your Citrus Trees this Fall

This fall, protect your citrus trees from Huanglongbing (HLB), an incurable disease that kills citrus trees. HLB is caused by a tiny insect no bigger than a grain of rice known as the Asian citrus psyllid. This insect feeds on citrus leaves and stems, which can infect citrus trees with the bacteria causing HLB. For more information, visit or call the state’s pest hotline at (800) 491-1899.

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