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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.”
A reception begins at 11:30 a.m. followed by luncheon at noon.
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.
Judges are looking for best use of lights, best animation display, best lawn display, and most creative homes. Five homes will be chosen as winners.
Everyone is invited to come out and cheer on the various “float” participants and demonstrate their school spirit and support for Alhambra.
The Fire Department will provide a pancake breakfast, and give tours of the facility and display the Fire Safety House and a variety of fire and medical apparatus.
The San Gabriel Mission will host its 244th annual Fiesta celebration over Labor Day weekend Sept. 4 through Sept. 6. The three-day event will feature an International Food Court with a wide selection of cultural foods, live entertainment, mechanical rides, and a Beer Garden. Admission is free.
The City of Alhambra Code Enforcement and the Police Department are working with Republic Services to provide a Neighborhood Clean-Up day in a six block area on the west side of town on Feb. 28 to help residents remove junk, trash, and debris from their properties and to spruce up their front yards.