The 2022 General Election campaign season is just about to begin. Monday is the first day for candidates for local office to take out declaration of candidacy and nomination papers for city […]
New public safety bldg. site?
In a major step toward replacing the city’s public safety building with a bigger and newer facility, the Garden Grove Council voted 6-0 – with Mayor Steve Jones absent – Tuesday night […]
PD bldg., nav center on agenda
Plans for the city’s most significant civic buildings may begin to take shape on Tuesday when the Garden Grove City Council meets. The council will be asked to approve purchasing a two-story […]
Pay raises, budget shifts OKd
By Jim Tortolano/Orange County Tribune Pay raises for a wide variety of city employees and adjustments to the city budget were approved by Garden Grove City Council on Tuesday night. The council […]
Pay raises on council agenda
Pay and benefit raises for various categories of employment are on the agenda for Tuesday’s meeting of the Garden Grove City Council. The council will consider agreements with employee unions, a middle […]
Election season starts soon
Beginning Monday, July 18, the City of Garden Grove will be accepting nomination papers for mayor, and three council member seats for Districts 1, 3, and 4, for the Nov. 8, 2022 […]
“Navigation center” advances
A first step toward establishing a “navigation center” for the homeless was taken Tuesday night by the Garden Grove City Council. On a 6-0 vote – with Councilmember Phat Bui (District 4) […]
A three-city homeless shelter?
Garden Grove is poised to enter into an agreement with the cities of Fountain Valley and Westminster to consider establishing a “navigation center” to deal with the homelessness problem. On Tuesday, the […]
New police station coming?
By Jim Tortolano/Orange County Tribune The proposed relocation of Garden Grove’s police headquarters could have a big impact on the entire Civic Center area. At an open house event Wednesday in the […]
Council mourns school deaths
Tuesday’s brief meeting of the Garden Grove City Council closed in memory of the people – now believed to be at least 21 – killed in a mass shooting at an elementary […]