City of Garden Grove

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On Saturday, October 30, from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., the City of Garden Grove will host the annual Jack O’ Lantern Jamboree at Atlantis Play Center, located at 13630 Atlantis Way, in Garden Grove Park. Families are invited to attend the Halloween-themed community event. Activities include train rides, inflatable …continue reading

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The City of Garden Grove is seeking qualified and committed candidates who are service-oriented and passionate about making a difference in the community to join the Garden Grove Police Department. The City is now accepting online applications for sworn and non-sworn positions. The deadline to apply is Thursday, July 22, …continue reading

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Delivering today’s virtual State of the City address inside Garden Grove’s historic GEM Theatre, Garden Grove Mayor Steve Jones highlighted the City’s emergency actions at the height of the pandemic, discussed difficult human and financial losses, and expressed profound gratitude for community heroes that “renewed our hope and spirit” during …continue reading

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On Tuesday, May 25, the City of Garden Grove celebrated the Magnolia Park Family Resource Center’s 21st anniversary with a private event, hosted by Garden Grove Mayor Steve Jones and the Garden Grove City Council. During the event, the City unveiled a commemorative mosaic to celebrate the milestone. “We’re not …continue reading

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The City of Garden Grove continues to seek community input on the Draft Comprehensive Strategic Plan to Address Homelessness (CSPAH) to plan for the short- and long-term impacts of the coronavirus pandemic and explore different programs and solutions for homelessness. The online survey, available in multiple languages, can be accessed …continue reading

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In response to the state’s recent regional Stay-at-Home order, which restricts outdoor dining, the City has expanded its JOBS 1st program to add a new JOBS 1st To-Go, which aims to assist local food and drink establishments with access to grants of up to $1,500. Qualifying local establishments can now …continue reading