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Recycle Your Holiday Tree
You can drop your tree off at one of many locations in Long Beach between now and January 6, 2012.
Or, participate in the free pick-up on Saturday, January 7, 2012. If you have City refuse service, put your tree out where your trash is normally collected by 7am on Saturday, January 7, and it will be recycled. All decorations and stands must be removed and trees over 12' tall should be cut in half.
Click here for all of the information.
2011 Year in Review
Take a look at the booklet that revists some of the major actions and achievements resulting from the Mayor and City Council's policy direction, and the efforts of dedicated City staff.
2011 Year in Review Booklet
Long Beach Hometown Heroes
Long Beach Hometown Heroes recognizes the service and sacrifice Long Beach men and women have made to our country.
The Long Beach Hometown Heroes Project is a joint effort between the City of Long Beach (Office of Councilwoman Gerrie Schipske) and the Long Beach Rosie the Riveter Foundation. This Project provides friends and families of Long Beach men and women who are serving or have served in the United States military the opportunity to have a banner displayed in their honor along Clark Avenue in east side Long Beach. Banners will be hung on the light poles for up to one year and then presented to the families who sponsored them.
To launch this program, The Long Beach Rosie the Riveter Foundation placed banners of the 14 men who have given their lives in service to our City and our country while serving in the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts.
Newcomb Academy E-Waste Drive
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