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Alhambra Performing Arts Center presents “Concitato 415” on March 15.
QueenVee Entertainment will host a Mardi Gras Party Cruise for singles and couples from 10 p.m. to 2 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 21.
M Juicery and Creamery, a brand-new, exciting addition to the local restaurants of Alhambra, celebrated its grand opening on Nov. 14..
Ramona Rampage, the Ramona Convent robotics team, will design and build a robot for the FIRST Robotics Competition March 26 – 29 in Ventura.
This 1927 Spanish Colonial Revival home, located in Emery Park, received Alhambra Preservation Group's 2014 Heritage Home Award at a November presentation.
The Parks & Recreation Commission acts as a consulting/advisory board to the City Council. It makes recommendations in an advisory capacity on matters pertaining to recreation and such subjects related to the orderly and consistent development of parks and recreation.
An opportunity for all badge-carrying personnel, including family, friends, and community, to positively affect the community by competing in a friendly competition to see who can donate the most blood and ultimately save the most lives.
The Alhambra City Council is elected by the citizens of Alhambra to guide the policy affairs of the community. Each of the five Councilmembers is elected at large to serve a four-year term from five geographic districts. Municipal elections are held in November every two years on even-numbered years. Under a rotational system adopted in 1984, each Councilmember serves as Mayor for a nine-month period. The City Council appoints the City Manager, City Attorney, and City Commission members.
The Youth Commission acts as an advisory board to the City Council related to matters pertaining to the activities or needs of the City's youth.
The Design Review Board has design control over all commercial, industrial, and residential planned development permits reviewed by the Planning Commission and reviews uniform sign plans for all multi-tenant buildings. It acts as a consulting board to the City Council with respect to design control and signage matters.
The Alhambra Community Coordinating Council acts as a voluntary association of community organizations, businesses, and individuals that strive to provide a means whereby the community can clearly define its needs and redefine its goals, keep the public informed, provide a common ground on which citizen concern, professional skill, and administrative authority can meet to achieve action and make the community a better place in which to live.