Los Alamitos

featured graphic for LAEF Los Alamitos Education Foundation during COVID-19

LAEF is bringing its 12th annual Summer Enrichment Institute (SEI) back on-campus after offering virtual classes last year. Fun and academic enrichment classes will be offered to students in grades TK-12 in two summer sessions (June 28-July 29 and July 12-23). Classes are one hour and fifty minutes in length …continue reading

featured graphic for The Shops at Rossmoor in Seal Beach during COVID-19

The Shops at Rossmoor, an outdoor lifestyle shopping center located in Seal Beach, California (https://shopsatrossmoor.com), invites the community to get Mom what she really wants for Mother’s Day this year by entering its Mother’s Day Gift Card Giveaway contest for a chance to win $200 in retailer gift cards. The …continue reading

Cover art for the May 2021 edition of OCB's Dining, Arts, and Entertainment guide.

Top Ten Stories for April 25 through May 01 include a recipe for roulade, a good OC city to start a business, and Oxford Academy is #1 in California. Top Ten Stories for April 25 through May 01 are the most-read stories at Orange County Breeze over the last week …continue reading

The topic for the Los Alamitos Chamber of Commerce April Networking Zoom meeting is Stronger Together: Business & Non-profit Partnerships to Improve Our Community. The Zoom meeting will take place Thursday, April 29, 2021 from 8-9:15 a.m. We’re mixing it up a little for our April Zoom meeting. Rather than …continue reading

featured graphic for West Orange County Cities Coalition Pandemic Recovery Townhall during COVID-19

The City of Cypress has joined together with other cities in West Orange County to cooperate on making the voices heard in the clamor of Orange County and Southern California governance. One visible result has been a cooperative effort to mount Town Halls to inform residents about things of importance …continue reading

The sustainability of our community businesses remains a priority and the City of Los Alamitos is dedicated to assisting businesses during these unprecedented times. Orange County has advanced from the purple “widespread” tier to the red “substantial” tier in the State of California’s “Blueprint for a Safer Economy” reopening plan. …continue reading

Background photo by C.E.H. Wiedel. City seal courtesy of the City of Los Alamitos.

According to the posted agenday, the Los Alamitos City Council will receive and review the City’s budget so far for fiscal year 2020-2021 at the Council’s regular meeting on Monday, March 15, 2021. Three months after the official State decree regarding COVID-19 limitation and precautions, the City Council adopted a …continue reading

The MemorialCare Miller Children’s and Women’s Hospital Long Beach Spring Carnival Drive-Thru is on Saturday, April 3 from 10:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. on Florista and Pine Street. Please note that the event is subject to change or cancellation based on the COVID-19 guidelines in place at the time of …continue reading