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Councilmember Roberto Uranga
Council District 7
City Hall Office
333 West Ocean Blvd, 14th Floor
Long Beach, CA 90802(562) 570-7777
2125 Santa Fe Avenue
Long Beach, CA 90810
Celina Luna, Chief of Staff
Michael P. Varela, Communications Director
Our office is currently looking for interns. High School and college students are strongly encouraged to apply. Please send us a cover letter and resume. For more information, please contact our office!
|The Long Beach Development Services has released a summary of last December's Livable West Long Beach + Green TI Community Workshop!|
|The City of Long Beach Animal Care Services will be providing Low-Cost Cat and Dog Vaccination Clinics in the coming months.|
|Join the Long Beach - Qingdao Sister City Association's Annual Chinese New Year & Spring Festival Celebration. Enjoy the food and culture of China! Witness astonishing Chinese magic and the beauty of Chinese martial arts. You'll be entertained by musicians, acrobats, and the always-popular Lion Dancers! Your children will be entranced by the storytelling and crafts of ancient China. Your entire family will love the specially selected Chinese dishes prepared by LBCC's Culinary Department.
The closing reception for "A Celebration of Heritage" will take place this Saturday, February 28th, from 5:00-8:00 pm. This will be your last chance to view the intriguing artworks created by 17 local Long Beach artists and photographers in honor of Black History Month. In addition, be sure to take advantage of the unique opportunity to see the amazing African artifacts from the private collections of Carol Roemer and Dupree. Gallery-goers will also be treated to keyboard and vocals by the incomparable Onno.
After having to close down their Long Beach Bixby Station located at 4580 Atlantic Avenue, the United State Postal Service is now beginning the process of relocating this retail operation
All types of music, spoken word poetry, readers theater, stand up comedy or anything else. If you have a talent that involves an instrument or a microphone...get down here!!
Now that City Council has selected Plenary-Edgemoor Civic Partners (PECP) to develop this important project, the next stage of this process involves refining the proposed plan. In order to inform the public about current plans and to solicit feedback, the PECP team in coordination with the City of Long Beach invites the community to come learn more about the project and participate in shaping the future of this great city.
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