By Stephanie Raygoza Editorial Intern In conjunction with the Long Beach Office of Sustainability and the Water Department, the City of Long Beach will soon be implementing a pilot graywater program through which a small number of households from each district will be selected to undertake approved graywater systems.
By CJ Dablo Staff Writer The City of Signal Hill continues to defend the quality of its water and the reputation of its water department, and an independent engineering firm confirmed at Tuesday evening’s Council meeting that the water systems are safe.
The City of Signal Hill Community Services Department announces the completion of the renovation project at Reservoir Park on Gundry Avenue during a dedication ceremony Wednesday, April 27 at the park.
Wrigley resident Annie Greenfeld with her freshly picked beets at her retirement home in the desert
Long Beach City College’s 39th annual Horticulture Club plant sale is taking place now through Saturday, April 23 from 9am to 6pm at the horticulture gardens located on the Pacific Coast Campus, 1305 E. Pacific Coast Highway.
Seventh District Councilmember James Johnson will host a tree-planting and neighborhood cleanup on Saturday, April 23 from 9am to noon, at 33rd Street and Pasadena Avenue.
The City of Signal Hill Community Services Department has announced the completion of its renovation project at Reservoir Park, 3315 Gundry Ave.
By Shari Blackwell Owner, The Undershirt Inc. Earth Day is upon us once again. I remember first celebrating it when I was in middle school, when it was a “new concept.” Today it has grown in magnitude and scope, from Earth-friendly events and celebrations, to full-blown lines of organic and eco-friendly products. Once hard to…
The City of Long Beach will host a public Earth Day celebration at Long Beach City Hall at the Civic Center Plaza from 11am to 2pm on Friday, April 22.
The El Dorado Nature Center’s staff are inviting the public to join them to help our oceans on Earth Day.
Winter storms cause tremendous stress and severe damage to trees in the urban forest. Obviously, a snapped or downed tree should be removed. What about a tree that suffers minor damage? How can a homeowner tell if a tree is safe?
California State University, Dominguez Hills has a solution for people looking to rid their homes of electronic waste in an environmentally safe and responsible manner.
The Long Beach Board of Water Commissioners announced last week that the city of Long Beach has set a new 10-year record low for water consumption for the month of March.
The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) reported Wednesday that, during a detailed analysis of four west coast RadNet air monitor filters, it identified trace amounts of radioactive iodine, cesium, and tellurium consistent with the recent Japanese nuclear incident that resulted from the March 10 earthquake.
Residents interested in learning more about affordable and quality neighborhood preschools in their community are encouraged to attend an event from 10am to 1pm on Saturday, April 9 at Scherer Park, 4600 Long Beach Blvd.