Post Profile






Where to celebrate July 4 in Costa Mesa and Newport Beach

Parades and fireworks are planned throughout Costa Mesa and Newport Beach to celebrate America’s birthday. Before we get to what’s planned in both cities, here are some safety tips to make it through in one piece: Purchase only Safe and Sane fireworks approved by the state fire marshal. Never let children pick up pieces of fireworks […]
read more

share
See more about: Costa Mesa

Related Posts


Costa Mesa names veteran Newport Beach officer as police chief

United States / Los Angeles : L.A. Now

Costa Mesa officials Monday introduced a 32-year Newport Beach veteran officer as the city's new police chief. At a news conference at police headquarters, Costa Mesa Chief Executive Tom Hatch introduced Tom Gazsi, 51, who has had t...

Orange County businessman may help keep Costa Mesa, Newport Beach police helicopters flying

United States / Los Angeles : L.A. Now

An Orange County businessman is considering buying three helicopters and equipment jointly owned by the Newport Beach and Costa Mesa police departments and selling flight time back to the cities, a Costa Mesa city councilman said. T...

Huntington Beach may share costs with Costa Mesa, Newport Beach

United States / Los Angeles : L.A. Now

Huntington Beach City Council: The Huntington Beach City Council voted to commission a study to share services with Costa Mesa and Newport Beach, with some members saying the need for money overcame their reservations about Costa Me...

How Costa Mesa became Orange County’s capital of cool

Real Estate / Local Market : OCRegister Real Estate

At the end of World War II, Costa Mesa was a cozy no man’s land – an unincorporated area surrounded by Huntington Beach, Newport Beach and Santa Ana that had its own post office, a small commercial strip where Newport and Harbor bou...

PETA donates $5,000 to Costa Mesa councilman’s ‘silent’ July 4 firework show

Real Estate / Local Market : OCRegister Real Estate

COSTA MESA Councilman John Stephens got a surprise $5,000 donation toward his proposed July 4 celebration from PETA, which endorsed his idea of hosting a silent fireworks display. The animal-rights organization offered to contribute...

Comments


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC