Scroll Down

City News

view all

City Council Special Meeting Scheduled for August 7, 2020

Meeting begins at 12 p.m. via webconference/teleconference. Learn More »

News Image ID 15349

August 12, 2020 - Next City Council Meeting

Join us for the next City Council Meeting at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers located at 8200 Westminster Blvd, Westminster, CA 92683. Click “Learn More” to go to the Agenda. Learn More »

News Image ID 16827

Street Sweeping Parking Citations Have Resumed

Beginning Monday, June 22, 2020, the Westminster Police Department has reinstated the issuing of parking citations for street sweeping violations. Learn More »

News Image ID 16892

Temporary Outdoor Business Permits Are Now Available!

In order to allow certain retail and personal care operations to continue, businesses may temporarily convert portions of adjacent parking areas, walkways, or patios into customer service areas. Learn More »

News Image ID 16865

State Releases Youth Sports Guidance

Youth sports may resume under new Industry Guidance from the California Department of Public Health. Learn More »

News Image ID 16797

Select Personal Care Services Allowed to Operate Outdoors

The State of California has provided updated industry guidelines to allow hair salons and barbershops, and personal care services to operate outdoors. Learn More »

News Image ID 16709

Eviction Moratorium Extended!

Governor Newsom issued an executive order extending authorization for local governments to halt evictions for renters impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, through September 30. Learn More »

News Image ID 16661

Summer Brochure - ONLINE ONLY!

Click below for our latest Newsletter & Recreation Guide. Please note - this season's brochure is online only and will not be mailed. Learn More »

News Image ID 16656

Notice for Resuming Penalties and Fines

Starting July 1, 2020, penalties and interest for late payments of utilities and parking citations and business license fees will incur. Learn More »

News Image ID 16672

Community Survey Results

A survey regarding community satisfaction and priorities for economic recovery and City services was conducted in early May. The results show concern about the impacts of COVID-19 in our community, and a desire for continued local investment to keep the City safe as the region grapples with the impacts of the global pandemic. Learn More »


Upcoming Events

view all
Top //siteImprove begin //siteImprove end