The City of Villa Park (City) has received a grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to prepare a Local Hazard Mitigation Plan, (LHMP). The City is in process of preparation of this plan with the assistance from its consultant Engineering Solutions Services.
This plan will identify the potential natural hazards impacting the city and how to mitigate these hazards and their impacts on the functions of the City and its residents.
Once approved by FEMA, the LHMP will allow the City to request funding from FEMA and the State of California to mitigate the effects of these natural Hazards.
With Vote Centers, all registered voters in Orange County will receive a vote-by-mail ballot. Click here for more information.
Vote-by-Mail ballots for the November 3, 2020 General Election have been mailed.
**There is a ballot drop box outside of the Villa Park City Hall.
Track your ballot from start to finish. Using Ballot Express, you can view the status of your ballot through the entire mailing process and see the status of your returned ballot. You can also sign up for updates through text and email. Click here to track your ballot.
VP Halloween Fest during a COVD Pandemic
ALERT: No need to creep out! The usual VPCS Foundation festivities in the VP town Center may have been cancelled, but enjoy a new family activity...
"A Haunt for VP Historic Locations"- 9am-4pm Saturday, October 24th
Plan now to participate in this fun scavenger hunt with special prizes and sweet treats, too! Clues will be available on Saturday, October 24th only on the web beginning at 9:00AM at: https://www.vpcsfoundation.org/
The City of Villa Park endorses the OC Health Care Agency's efforts to encourage people to take care of themselves and those around them. For community members seeking immediate emotional support, the NAMI Warmline (877-910- 9276), a free and confidential telephone service, is available 24/7. It is important now more than ever to take care of yourself and each other, supporting all of our mental and physical health. We are all in this together. Be strong and reach out.
Click here for a presentation on Suicide Prevention. For more information and for resources about Suicide Prevention, click here.
Click here for a presentation on Substance Abuse Services in OC. For more information about Substance Use Disorder Treatment, click here.
Under the provisions of the 45L New Energy Efficient Home Tax Credit, builders, developers, and (sometimes) homeowners, may claim a $2,000 federal tax credit for each new home or dwelling unit that meets the energy efficiency requirements. Most new California homes qualify for this $2,000 credit.
Visit www.cheers.org/45l-tax-credit for more information.
Camp Pendleton will NOT be allowing their Marines to be “adopted” this Thanksgiving nor are we allowed to bring them food. However, they still need our help…
Since you will not be able to adopt a Marine this Thanksgiving perhaps you will consider donating to this cause instead. Make an online donation directly to the Camp Pendleton ASYMCA at: https://www.asymca.org/camp-pendleton-donate (please note this works on a desktop but not so great on a mobile phone or ipad)
Thank you in advance for supporting this cause and we will keep you posted if there is an opportunity to do more come the holidays. We are saddened our normal event won’t happen this Thanksgiving but we can take satisfaction in knowing we are helping out our beloved Marines with school supplies.
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.