For information about:
-Coyote Identification and Behavior
-Why are coyotes in my neighborhood?
-What can you do?
-What does OC Animal Care recommend?
-When do you call?
Each year the City completes a cycle of street rehabilitation projects in order to maintain the life of the City’s asphalt streets. Locations and asphalt treatment methods are identified by the City Engineer using data from the City’s Pavement Management System, coordination with other underground projects, as well as field observation and reports from residents throughout the year.
The FY 17/18 project will rehabilitate nineteen (19) streets sections. The proposed improvement includes,
Remove and replace deteriorated pavement sections.
Crack seal as needed.
Edge or full grinding of the street pavement.
Overlay the full pavement section with a minimum 2 inches of rubberized asphalt.
Slurry certain street sections
The Orange County Registrar of Voters has released the official election results.
This Courtesy Notice is to inform you of a proposed detached, 2-story, 1,089 square foot Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU), which is part of a new single-family residential project, located on a vacant 20,081 square foot (0.46 acres) lot, at 9620 Loma Street in the E-4 (Small Estates Residential) zoning district.
- Dump/drain any standing water.
- Repair window & door screens.
- Apply repellent when outdoors.
- Avoid spending time outdoors at dawn or dusk.
- Report mosquitoes, dead birds, neglected swimming pools, ponds & fountains to (714) 971-2421.
The City of Villa Park's Fiscal Year Operating Budget and Capital Improvement Program.
The City of Villa Park regulates the size and location of residential development in order to keep buildings in proportion to the land area.