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The testing site, located on South Second Street, south of Main across from Alhambra High School, will be open BY APPOINTMENT ONLY, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday from May 4 to May 29, as long as supplies last.
“Many families are hurting right now because of this emergency,” said Mayor Ross Maza. “The city wants to help provide some relief in these uncertain times.”
Republic Services recognizes its frontline employees, their families, and small business customers across the country.
The public can join in on the fun by creating a short video of a minute or less to show why they love Alhambra. They can post the video on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram with the hashtag #LoveAlhambra. The videos may be shared by the city on its social media platforms.
CERT is the Alhambra Fire Department Community Emergency Response Team, a community-based program developed to help residents of the city prepare for disasters and to assist in response within the City of Alhambra following a major earthquake or local disaster.
After a year and a half of planning, Ramona School now has a place for students to do their assignments and read and borrow library books.
The annual Hallowscream costume contest and trick-or-treating, hosted by Downtown Alhambra, will be moved this year to join the Pumpkin Run Festival.
The Church will have a candlelight and carol service on Christmas eve.
Join the City of Alhambra in ceremony of lighting the Christmas tree!
Free entry and parking for this fair!
The City of Alhambra’s Veterans Day Celebration will begin at 11 a.m. on Nov. 11, at the Veteran’s Memorial, northwest corner of Alhambra Park, with an emphasis on honoring the remaining veterans of World War II.