NANETTE FISH IS TEMPLE CITY'S NEW MAYOR!
Congratulations Nanette Fish for becoming Temple City's new Mayor! A special thank you to former Mayor William Man for all of his hard work and dedication to our beautiful city.
At their upcoming April 2 meeting, Council will recognize Temple City's Deputy and Firefighter of the Year. View the agenda >
YOUTH COMMITTEE UPDATE
On April 19, 3:30 p.m., the Youth Committee will host a pop-up discussion regarding election and the importance of voting. The discussion is tentatively planned to be held in the Temple City High School library.
Also in April, recruitment will open for six prospective Youth Committee members for 2019-2020. Students in grades 9-12 are invited to apply for a seat on the committee. Deadline to submit an application is 5 p.m. on May 31. Applicants are required to attend a mandatory meeting on May 28 at 5 p.m. in the Council Chambers. Download Application >
The next Youth Committee meeting is March 28, 5:30 p.m, in Council Chambers. All are welcome to attend. Those interested in any of the Youth Committee projects can volunteer to work with the working groups by emailing email@example.com or calling the City Clerk’s Office at (626) 285-2171, ext. 4132.
FOCUS ON VEGETATION
Our Community Preservation team has been focusing on complaints related to overgrown vegetation. With all the recent rain, comes a lot of overgrown vegetation. Since the start of the year, staff has opened 128 cases. Some have been particularly bad, as shown by the photos below. Staff is grateful, especially in this case, that most residents are complying within the specified timeline.
Overgrown weeds and vegetation not only look unsightly, but they can harbor rats, vermin, and insects. Without watering, in the dry months they can turn into a fire hazard. The Temple City Municipal Code states that lawns with grass more than six inches in height constitutes a public nuisance. With all the rain over the last few months and with the oncoming sun of spring, our Community Preservation team would like to remind residents to keep their lawns trimmed. A canvassing of the city will focus on this issue over the next few months. To report problem cases, please call (626) 285-5240.