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The City of Santa Ana seeks Artists to submit design proposals for utility box art

The City of Santa Ana’s Arts & Culture Office, in collaboration with the Public Works Agency, is issuing a Call for Art Proposals to artists or artist teams who live, work or study in Santa Ana to create art for utility boxes. The intent of the Utility Box Art Program is to enhance the beauty…

Santa Ana’s City Hall is closed today in recognition of MLK Day

City Hall will be closed on Monday, Jan. 20, for its scheduled holiday closure. There will be no street sweeping, and trash pickup will be pushed back one day. Regular City Hall hours will resume on Tuesday. For more information, see the Holiday and Friday Closure Schedule: https://www.santa-ana.org/holiday-and-closed-friday-schedule. El Ayuntamiento de Santa Ana Estará Cerrado…

A Santa Ana man suspected of murder was killed in a fight with an O.C. jail inmate

ORANGE, Ca. (January 19, 2020) –At approximately 4 p.m. on Jan. 18, an inmate housed at the Theo Lacy Facility in Orange was pronounced deceased at a local hospital. The inmate, 57-year old Kirk Price, was transferred to the hospital December 27, 2019 due to injuries he sustained during a fight with another inmate. Price,…

Councilman Solorio announces a major reduction in homicides in Santa Ana

SANTA ANA, CA — City Councilman Jose Solorio announced a significant decline in homicides in Santa Ana and called on the police department to focus on enforcing anti-camping and related laws in order to continue the City’s progress reducing crime and making neighborhoods and business corridors safer. Santa Ana experienced an overall 36% decline in homicides and…

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Parent Union 5th Annual School Choice Fair