The City will present "Smarts, Arts & Healthy Hearts" this summer, a celebration of academic achievers, local artists and musicians, and the City's focus on fitness.
"Smarts, Arts & Healthy Hearts" will take place on Saturday, June 13 from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Paramount Park.
If you are an artist living or going to school in Paramount and would like to show your work at the event, please contact the Paramount Recreation Department at (562) 220-2121.
Due to extreme drought conditions, the State of California is requiring that local water suppliers implement water conservation measures.
These measures are directed at outdoor water use. Measures do not apply to "reclaimed" water, which is used at City parks and landscaped medians.
Here are the details. Violations can result in fines.
Debido a las condiciones extremas de sequía, el Estado de California está exigiendo que los suministradores locales implementen medidas de conservación de agua.
Estas medidas están dirigidas al uso de agua para regar o limpiar afuera. Estas medidas no aplican al agua "reciclada" que usa la ciudad para los parques y áreas verdes.
Aquí están los detalles. Las infracciones pueden resultar en multas.
The Mosquito and Vector Control Association of California reminds everyone that the busy mosquito season has begun, which brings the serious threat that mosquitoes and other vectors pose to the health of our communities.
Mosquitoes and warm weather go hand-in-hand. This is especially true with the warm winter and spring we experienced this year. As temperatures warm, the threat of West Nile virus increases. West Nile virus is a potentially dangerous disease transmitted by mosquitoes that can lead to death in humans, horses, birds, and wildlife. In milder cases, patients experience fevers, body aches, and headaches. In more severe cases, patients can experience coma and paralysis.
A line up of Paramount productions - from the city, not the movie studio - is now on the video-streaming website YouTube. Shows highlight such things as public presentations at City Council meetings, special community events, an oral history of the our town, and other Paramount profiles. Click this link to visit www.youtube.com/cityofparamount.
The City of Paramount would like to acknowledge the financial contribution of CalRecycle (California's Department of Resources, Recycling, and Recovery) to the resurfacing of various City streets over the last two years.
The project utilized nearly 8,000 tons of rubberized asphalt and diverted more than 17,000 waste tires from California's landfills.
Thank you, CalRecycle!
On February 26, the Oversight Board for the Successor Agency for the Paramount Redevelopment Agency approved the Recognized Obligations Payment Schedule (ROPS) for the period July 2015 through December 2015. The ROPS was submitted to the California Department of Finance for review.
Additional information about the elimination of redevelopment agencies can be found on the California Department of Finance's website.
The City of Paramount is a participant in the Los Angeles Gateway Authority Catch Basin Insert project for the Los Angeles River Watershed. Funding has been provided by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 and the Clean Water Revolving Fund through an agreement with the State Water Resources Control Board.
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