Revive Santa Ana: City Council OKs Winter Ice-Skating Rink, Cleaning of Pedestrian and Bike Areas

New Programs Will Encourage Outdoor Recreation and Healthy Activities.

SANTA ANA, Calif. – Santa Ana residents will be able to enjoy a public ice-skating rink this winter and will see more cleaning and sanitizing of high-traffic pedestrian and bicycle areas, thanks to the City Council’s approval of two new Revive Santa Ana measures, on Tuesday, Sept. 7.

Lane Closures on Santa Ana Boulevard, September 4, 2021 – March 2022

Starting on Saturday, September 4, 2021, the following traffic configuration will be in place on Santa Ana Boulevard, from Bristol Street to Parton Street:

- Eastbound and westbound traffic will be shifted to the south side of the street, with one lane of travel in each direction.

- There will no parking on both sides of Santa Ana Boulevard.

Emergency Rental Assistance Available, City Partners with Latino Health Access

APPLY NOW FOR EMERGENCY RENTAL ASSISTANCE TO COVER 100% OF YOUR PAST-DUE RENT OWED SINCE APRIL 1, 2020, FOR LOW-INCOME FAMILIES IMPACTED BY COVID-19. Applications are available on the Santa Ana CARES for Tenants webpage at or can be requested directly from Latino Health Access at (657) 229-5450 or

City Council Approves Childcare Centers and Health Agency Study Under Revive Santa Ana

SANTA ANA, Calif. – The Santa Ana City Council this week approved agreements to provide childcare services at two community centers and conduct a feasibility study on creating a municipal public health agency.

These are two of the first programs to move forward under the Revive Santa Ana pandemic recovery initiative.

Take the Santa Ana Housing Element Survey and Shape the Future of Housing in Your City

Would you like to shape the future of housing in Santa Ana? Complete the Santa Ana Housing Element Survey!

The City of Santa Ana is in the process of updating its long-range housing plan, called the Housing Element, and needs your feedback. Please take our community survey and share your thoughts on how the City can address housing needs for all Santa Ana residents. The survey is available in English, Spanish and Vietnamese, and will be open until Thursday, September 9, 2021.