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Voting Districts Formation / Creación de Distritos Electorales
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Nelles / Brookfield Draft Environmental Impact Report (DEIR)
The Draft EIR for the Lincoln Specific Plan is available for public review (click here) from October 17, 2014, through December 1, 2014, and can also be reviewed in hardcopy at the following locations: Whittier City Hall, Whittier Central Library and Whittwood Branch Library.(read more)

LA County Flu Vaccination Schedule
Here is a link to Los Angeles County's flu vaccination outreach flyers in both English and Spanish with the schedule for this flu season. LA County Flu Shot Schedule(read more)

Cultural Arts Commission Applicants Sought
The Whittier City Council is seeking applicants to fill an unexpired term on the Cultural Arts Commission.(read more)

Temporary Water Restrictions Due To Drought Conditions
Temporary water restrictions are now in place throughout Whittier as a result of Governor Brown declaring a drought state of emergency and the California State Water Resources Control Board adopting emergency regulations for statewide water conservation.(read more)

Economic Development Update
The City of Whittier is currently experiencing a resurgence of commercial activity.(read more)

Mosquito Advisories
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Analysis of Impediments to Fair Housing Choice
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) requires jurisdictions that receive federal funding for community development activities to assess the status of fair housing in their community.(read more)

Metro Eastside Light Rail Public Hearing Dates
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) announced the release of the Draft Environmental Impact Statement/Environmental Impact Report (EIS/EIR). As of August 22, the document is now available for public review and comment.(read more)

Living with Coyotes
Coyotes have long been a common sight in some parts of Whittier and in many other communities in Southern California. Coyotes are seen more often in urban neighborhoods when water and food sources in the hills become scarce, as is the case now that we are in a drought condition.(read more)