Alhambra officially has an affordable housing law. The Inclusionary Housing Ordinance will be in effect 40 days from Sept. 28.
How do candidates campaign during a pandemic? Alhambra's City Council and Board of Education incumbents and challengers are forced to rethink campaigning strategies.
Two virtual Alhambra Candidates’ Forums will take place on Tuesday, Oct. 6 and Thursday, Oct. 8, 2020. The events will be conducted over Zoom. Both events are FREE and open to the public. 1) The Community and Candidates Forum on…
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.
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Alhambra City Council took no position on prop 15, which would change the basis of commercial property taxes if passed in November.
The 2020 census end date is Sept. 30. Census workers will be knocking on the doors of the addresses from which they did not receive a response. Until the next count in 2030, the mandatory population count determines how much money is distributed to the community.
AUSD teacher José Sanchez invited U.S. Rep. Judy Chu to talk with his summer school students about the census. The deadline for responding to Census 2020 has been extended to Oct. 31. Reply online, by phone or mail.
The City of Alhambra’s Strategic Planning meeting on Tuesday was an inside view into each council member’s goals for the coming year and a look at the progress since the last planning meeting.
The City of Alhambra has paid 50 families' first installment of coronavirus-related emergency housing aid, but the remaining 150 are still in various stages of processing.