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State of the City - 2016
To watch the State of the Union presented at the Radisson on Thursday, June 16, click here.

Every Drop Counts Event Video
Click here to view the video of the recent "Every Drop Counts" meeting hosted by the City.

Whittier Police Arrest 17-year-old Male for Inappropriate Contact Between Minors
On July 22, 2016 at approximately 3:20PM, officers responded to the McDonald’s located at Whittier Boulevard and Sorenson Avenue to conduct an investigation regarding inappropriate contact between minors. (read more)

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Non-Residential Historic Resources Survey Public Hearing to be Held on July 13, 2016

The Historic Resources Commission will be conducting a public hearing on the City-Wide Non-Residential Historic Resources Survey (“Survey”) under Certificate of Appropriateness 15-017(A) and Certificate of Appropriateness 15-017(B) on July 13, 2016, at 7:00 p.m. in the Whittier City Council Chamber at City Hall.

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Parks, Recreation and Community Services Commission Applicants Sought
The City Council is seeking applicants to fill an open position on the Parks, Recreation and Community Services Commission.(read more)

Public Safety Announcement – Fraud Schemes
The Whittier Police Department would like to remind the public to be very skeptical of unsolicited telephone calls from deceptive businesses, banking institutions, foreign countries, or government agencies where monetary promises or threats are implied or made directly. (read more)

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Whittier PD Joins National Campaign To End Distracted Driving
Whittier, CA– Distracted driving is such an important safety issue that April is recognized as National Distracted Driving Awareness Month.(read more)

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Solid Waste Collection Changes
Information regarding new solid waste collection service effective July 1, 2016 is available here.

Say No To Scams!
Criminals are using technology to run various scams and frauds through phones, emails and texts. Get educated on the latest scams and share this information with family members, neighbors, co-workers, and especially seniors, who often fall victim to these crimes. (read more)

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