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Stay Safe on the Roads This Thanksgiving
As millions of travelers flood the roads this Thanksgiving, The Whittier Police Department is partnering with the California Office of Traffic Safety (OTS) and law enforcement across the state to share an important lifesaving reminder: Buckle Up–Every Trip. Every Time.
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City Contracts with Alexander's Contract Services for Meter Reading
The City of Whittier has contracted the reading of water meters to Alexander's Contract Services. A visual reference of what our employees attire, badges, trucks, scooters, tools and computer units look like is included. If there are any questions please contact Mike Lakes at 805-464-4642 or email: mlakes@alexander-co.com

Trash Collection Delayed for Thanksgiving Day
Trash, recycling and green waste will not be collected on Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 23, 2017.(read more)

Family Adoption Project in Full Swing
Thank you to our partners with PetSmart and the Girl Scouts for donating over 300 stuffed animals to our Holiday Family Adoption Project.(read more)

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Whittier Police Department Annual Christmas Toy Drive
We are excited to announce the Whittier Police Department will again be teaming up with the Salvation Army Whittier Corps to conduct the annual Christmas Toy Drive.(read more)

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Taking Back Our Communities Coalition
The City of Whittier is fighting crime by being part of the Taking Back Our Communities Coalition (TBOC). Learn more about TBOC and how you can help fight crime by watching this video and reading this fact sheet about TBOC’s aims.

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Nelles site – Settlement and Release Agreement
The Whittier Conservancy, the City of Whittier, and BHCSP LLC (Developer) have reached a settlement and release agreement. Click here to view the agreement.

Street Number Painting
The City has approved the non-profit agency, "Care For The Children" to paint street numbers on curbs and in alleys.(read more)

West Nile Mosquito Advisory
LA County Vector Control has confirmed mosquitos infected with West Nile Virus have been found in the Parnell Park area. We are removing any free standing water in the park and we recommend that residents in the area do the same. If you visit the park or live in the nearby area, please consider using bug spray before staying outdoors. Vector Control is working to mitigate problem mosquitos throughout LA County.

Never Ignore A Knock At Your Door
Burglars often knock on front doors to confirm a home is empty, before they enter.(read more)

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