Home Tags City government

Tag: City government

City Council looks at financial sustainability

Multi-year forecast to be part of budget. Staff to propose funding projects from revenues First in a series on Seal Beach’s strategic plans. This year, for...

Lifeguard tryouts set for Sunday, April 11

Seal Beach Lifeguard tryouts will be held Sunday, April 11,  at Marine Safety Department Headquarters on Ocean Avenue, according to a city flyer.   Orientation starts...

Water, sewer rates on the City Council agenda

The City Council will hold a hearing on water and sewer rates Monday, Feb. 22. Staff proposes increasing the water rates and lowering the...

City Council looks at challenges, opportunities in the year ahead

Business, tax revenues and the pandemic were ranked among the issues Seal Beach will need to address this year, according to a recent informal...

City parking portal puzzles some residents

The deadline to renew/register your Seal Beach parking permit is Jan. 31. The Seal Beach Police Department is now in charge of parking permits....

Ongoing and upcoming local issues: Walt’s Wharf, pandemic enforcement, city commissions

Seal Beach Coyote Committee last met in 2014. Recent Coyote attack on pet confirmed Editor’s note: If you have a question about a city issue—or...

Seal Beach City Council approves 2020-21 fiscal year budget

The City Council unanimously adopted the budget for the next fiscal year on June 22. The City Charter requires the budget to adopted by...

No cuts to service or staff in proposed city budget

There are no cuts to Seal Beach services or cuts to city staff in the proposed budget for 2020-21, according to Finance Director Kelly...

Additional allowance for reopening Seal Beach Businesses and Orange County business...

The State of California amended the Stay at Home Order once again and is easing restrictions to move into of Phase 3 of the...

Meals on Wheels Program provides home deliveries

On  April 7, the  Seal Beach Recreation Department Meals on Wheels team reported delivering approximately 100 free meals to Seal Beach senior citizens. For homebound...
Sun Newspapers