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Hospital awarded “A” for fall 2018 Leapfrog Hospital Safety Score.
The beneficiary of this year’s event was Camp Ta Ta Pochon, which after three years of idleness because of the Lake Fire, needs significant upgrading to support a safe venue for summer camping.
Over the next three years, $30 million for elementary schools and $25 million for high schools will be spent on bond-financed equipment and building upgrades.
Barbara Messina has devoted herself to the city and its residents, working to improve public safety, fighting to get the railroad tracks lowered between Alhambra and San Gabriel, improving recreational facilities, and expanding business and job opportunities all while ensuring a secure tax base and balanced city budget.
The Open House will include fire safety information handouts; CERT Program and sign-up information; fire station tours; and fire department rescue and vehicle and equipment demonstrations.
Growth of population and aging baby boomers increase need for advanced endoscopy services in San Gabriel Valley.
Join us for the 25th Annual Alhambra Police Foundation Golf Tournament! Help support our Alhambra Police Department and our Children And Mentors program!
Fire personnel will fire up their grills on Saturday, Oct.10, as the Alhambra Fire Department invites the community to its Annual Fire Department Open House and Pancake Breakfast.
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.
Get acquainted with the Alhambra Police Department at the community picnic with free hot dogs, snacks, activities, and entertainment.
Special Olympics co-hosts Alhambra and Monterey Park are making welcoming plans to accommodate the needs, as well as ensure the health and safety and enjoyment, of the 100 delegates arriving from Germany to Southern California.