Quach’s City finances fascinating


Discussing city finances at 8:00 in the morning is a challenge to hold the attention of your audience, but the City of Arcadia's Administrative Services Director, Hue Quach, did just that. Quach's presentation Thursday, May 7, 2015, at the Arcadia Chamber of Commerce’s monthly Government Affairs … [Read more...]

Proposed restrictions on For Sale signs

Home For Sale Sign in Front of Beautiful New Home

The City of Arcadia is in the process of updating the City’s sign regulations for real estate signs and developer-contractor signs to better control the number and size of these signs in single family neighborhoods (R-M, R-0, and R-1 zones). The real estate signs consist of “For Sale” type signs … [Read more...]

Gold Line before mid-2016, not 2017


Despite a recent article saying the opening of the Gold Line extension through Arcadia could be derailed until January 2017, Metro Gold Line Foothill Extension Construction Authority CEO Habib Balian told attendees of the monthly Arcadia Chamber of Commerce Government Affairs Forum sponsored by … [Read more...]

Biz access during Huntington closure


Regarding the four-day shut down of Huntington Drive at First Avenue this weekend, followed by six-weeks of off-and-on closures of First Avenue, the Gold Line has issued the following public notices regarding their efforts to maintain access to affected businesses from Second to Fifth Avenues along … [Read more...]

Special meeting re Rec property use


The City of Arcadia today announce that a Joint Special Meeting of the City Council and Planning Commission will be convened at 1:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 7, at the Council Chamber Conference Room, 240 W. Huntington Drive. The purpose of the meeting is to tour the Arcadia Reclamation Facility … [Read more...]

Restaurants to stop serving water?


Due to the ongoing water drought, the City of Arcadia may soon require restuarants to stop bringing a glass of water to all customers unless they ask for it. It's one of many restrictions the City Council will consider imposing at its regular meeting at 7 p.m. on Aug. 5 in response to the the … [Read more...]