A few remain on the original site, and a number of them have been moved to Ramona Convent Secondary School, but some Alhambra residents are wondering what happened to the rest.
The Los Angeles County Department of Public Works Headquarters in Alhambra is at the forefront of flood prevention and water conservation for the vast county.
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To Be Held February 23 and March 3 Two public Listening Sessions to capture the experiences…
API Forward Movement promotes healthy eating, environmental sustainability and civic engagement in Chinatown and the San Gabriel Valley.
Funding will Assist Cities of Alhambra, Monterey Park and Sierra Madre To Implement Automated Meter Reading Project
October 10, 2018 – Azusa, CA: The San Gabriel Valley Municipal Water District
(SGVMWD) has been awarded a grant of $300,000 for a…
The City of Alhambra is eligible to receive more than $100,000 in funding for projects that reduce car emissions.
The city passed Alhambra's tree preservation ordinance on Monday and have provided information in English, Chinese and Spanish about it.
Former Alhambra resident Alex Rivest explains why people should speak out about the city's air pollution.
The measure needs two-thirds of Los Angeles County voters to approve it.
The projects that L.A. County wants to fund with a proposed stormwater tax.