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Newport Beach City Manager Update: Healthy Rainfall, New Data Dashboard

By Grace Leung, Newport Beach City Manager After many years of drought, our second year of healthy rainfall is a welcomed relief. Orange County has recorded more than 15 inches of rainfall this season (since July 1, the beginning of the water year), compared to an average of about 13 inches. The...

Summer Camp Signups in Newport Beach

For locals and visitors, Newport Beach is nature’s classroom, offering an amazing array of experiences to stimulate children during the summer months. From catching their first wave to learning how to cook, Newport Beach offers the best summer camps to kids who love to learn and play under the...

On the Agenda: February 27 City Council Meeting

By Grace Leung, Newport Beach City Manager The next City Council meeting is Tuesday, February 27. Items of interest are highlighted below. The entire agenda and reports can be viewed here: https://newportbeachca.gov/Home/Components/Calendar/Event/73678/72. A study session will begin at 4 p.m.: At the request of Mayor Will O'Neill, the Council will review...

Op/Ed: Newport Beach Has a Lot in Store for 2024

By Joe Stapleton, Newport Beach Mayor Pro Tem My main priority as Mayor Pro Tem of Newport Beach is to maintain and improve the quality of life that Newport Beach has provided for all of us. I recently traveled to Washington, D.C. with our city’s Public Works Director, Dave Webb. We...

Newport Beach City Manager Update: New Public Info System, Rainstorm Response

By Grace Leung, Newport Beach City Manager As we have seen in numerous regional and national incidents, effective communication between safety agencies and the public is critical during a crisis or emergency. To improve these capabilities in Newport Beach, our Police Department has launched a new public notification system called Newport...

Burnham Ward Properties of Newport Beach Adds Four New Concepts to Paseo 17

Burnham Ward Properties of Newport Beach has added four concepts to Paseo 17, the newly transformed property formerly known as Plaza Sereno. Slow Goods, Pürre Boutique, French Buckets and Parlour 17 have recently opened their doors at Paseo 17, enriching the dynamic mix of boutiques, shops and restaurants within the...

Crystal Cove Conservancy Hosts Stewardship Events February 23 and 24

Crystal Cove Conservancy, in partnership with Crystal Cove State Park, will host stewardship events on Friday, February 23 and Saturday, February 24 from 8 to 11 a.m. These events are perfect for outdoor lovers who like to get their hands dirty while giving back to our natural open spaces. Volunteer opportunities...

Orange County Family Business Hosts Super Bowl Party for 500 Camp Pendleton Marines at American Legion Post 291 in Newport Beach

Crisp Imaging CEO Gary Crisp and his son Carter – the company’s VP of Marketing – threw their thirteenth spectacular Super Bowl party for 500 members of the military and other guests at American Legion Hall Post 291 in Newport Beach. In addition to 300 active-duty Marines bused in from...

Tomatomania Returns to Roger’s Gardens in Corona del Mar March 1 through 10

Billed as “the world’s largest (and most fun) tomato plant sale,” Tomatomania returns to Roger’s Gardens in Corona del Mar March 1 through 10. This is the 13th year that tomato expert Scott Daigre and his staff of Tomatomaniacs have brought their astonishing selection of over 250 varieties of heirloom...

Sherman Library & Gardens Announces 2024 Spring Plant and Flower Shows

Sherman Library & Gardens has announced three Spring plant and flower shows in partnership with local plant societies. The public is invited to view wonderful plants and blooms, learn from plant specialists, and buy locally grown plants. Shows include an exhibit, sale, family activities, lectures, and other programming. The shows...