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Category: City Manager’s Newsletter

COSAS: City Manager’s Newsletter for June 17, 2022

In this issue of the City Manager’s newsletter, we have so much great news to share! Learn about the library’s new Knowledge Mobile that will be rolling into your neighborhood, upcoming movies in the park, who to call for water emergencies and illegal fireworks, and tons of fun events for Pride, Juneteenth, Fourth of July … Continued

COSAS: City Manager’s Newsletter for June 3, 2022

In this issue of the City Manager’s newsletter, find out all of the fun things happening this summer in Santa Ana, see how we’re honoring local military service members, and get more Santa Ana news and events. Spotlight Photo Jacaranda spring in Santa Ana (Myrtle Street) Photo Credit: Nhat T. To submit your own original … Continued

COSAS: City Manager’s Newsletter for May 12, 2022

In this edition of the City Manager’s newsletter, learn about the City’s successful efforts to address homelessness, calls for public art, new funding for nonprofits, what’s going to happen to the historic YMCA building, and other local news and events! Spotlight Photo Sign spinners exhibition at Grand Central Art Center Photo Credit: John S. To … Continued

COSAS: City Manager’s Newsletter for April 28, 2022

  In this edition of COSAS, read about our Parks Master Plan, learn how Santa Ana police helped in a major FBI investigation, get summer safety tips, and find more local news and events. Spotlight Photo Finding Murals in Downtown Photo Credit: Tanya V. (@avasangelwings) To submit your own original photo of Santa Ana to … Continued

COSAS: City Manager’s Newsletter for April 14, 2022

  In this edition of COSAS, share your ideas about City programs and services, see the new Council ward map, apply for housing vouchers, find fun Santa Ana events, and learn about many new City projects. Sunset Blues Photo Credit: Johnny B @johnnyruiz__ To submit your own original photo of Santa Ana to be featured … Continued

COSAS: City Manager’s Newsletter for March 31, 2022

In this edition of COSAS, find out how to participate in the City budget process, get working with a career fair and a youth employment program, learn how to apply for new affordable housing, and find out about many fun and educational programs and events. Spotlight Photo Butterflies and Soccer at Centennial Park Photo Credit: … Continued

COSAS: City Manager’s Newsletter for March 11, 2022

In this edition of COSAS, learn about all of the great new Revive Santa Ana programs, zoo and urban greening projects, grants for businesses and artists, educational library classes and activities, fun events, and more! Spotlight Photo Shopping and ice cream in DTSA Photo Credit: Silvano R. @mad.elephant City Manager’s highlights Revive Santa Ana Programs … Continued

Work Readiness Program and Job Fair

In partnership with the Community Development Agency and the Santa Ana WORK Center, the Santa Ana Public Library has initiated a Work Readiness Program with a series of workshops for job seekers looking to gain an edge through resume writing, job searching, interview skills, and much more. This program will provide meaningful employment support and … Continued

Environmental Justice Survey Prize Winners

Eight residents won $100 gift cards for completing our Environmental Justice survey! Congratulations to Esteffani Roldan, Venancio Chavez, Michelle Tran, Santiago Herrera, Araceli Escobar, Laura Quijada, Diana Roque, and Patricia Caballero, and thank you to everyone who completed the survey. It was made available this spring to engage the community, with a special focus on … Continued

Small Business Development Center Programs

The Orange County Inland Empire (OCIE) chapter of the Small Business Development Center (SBDC) offers many great programs for local business owners. Here are a few that are coming up: No-Cost Product Photography: The Digital Marketing Lab at OCIE SBDC is offering no-cost product photography on Friday, Aug. 13. All of their services are paid for … Continued

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