City Council unanimously passed the first reading of the inclusionary housing ordinance. The zone text amendment must come back to council for a second reading and final adoption.
The Villages at The Alhambra was up for consideration at the Tuesday Planning Commission meeting. For various reasons, the city, the applicant and the public are frustrated with the progress or process of the ongoing deliberation of this housing project.
The special meeting for the proposed housing project The Villages at The Alhambra did not result in a recommendation from the planning commission for city council to accept or deny the project.
Alhambra's Planning Commission made recommendations for a modified inclusionary housing ordinance. City Council must now pass the affordable housing amendment for it to take effect.
City Council heard comments to protect Alhambra's neon "welcome" road markers from additional "Tree City USA" signs, considered parks for state grants and swore in a new mayor and vice mayor.
Alhambra City Council took no position on prop 15, which would change the basis of commercial property taxes if passed in November.
The City of Alhambra will write a letter to the City of San Gabriel, asking their planning commission to consider Alhambra's residents when reviewing the Arroyo Village housing project. The project needs three Alhambra parcels.
As a result of California Governor Gavin Newsom’s recent health directive, the following activities and locations must close or accommodate modified outdoor operations to prevent additional spread of COVID-19: For more information about the state’s new health order, please…
The Planning Commission's meeting was commandeered 30 minutes after it began. The meeting has been rescheduled for July 16.
The annual 4th of July Fireworks Celebration at Almansor Park has been cancelled this year due to the pandemic. We look forward to bringing the celebration back next year. A reminder, the Alhambra Fire Department would like to remind our…