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    Chrysalis opens doors in Anaheim, bringing job opportunities to those living in homelessness

    Anaheim's newest nonprofit partner, Chrysalis, today opened its doors to people living in homelessness in Anaheim and Orange County. Read on...
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    Anaheim settles homeless suit, to add 325 shelter beds and restore parks, streets, neighborhoods

    Anaheim has settled a lawsuit and is moving forward on a shelter plan that will allow the city to continue addressing the impacts of homelessness on parks, streets and in neighborhoods. Read on...
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    Addressing homelessness: Where we're at

    Anaheim is moving ahead with plans for additional homeless shelter space to help those in need as we weigh a potential lawsuit settlement that would protect our ability to continue enforcing where needed. Read on...
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    Anaheim magazine fall 2018: Honda Center turns 25, Halloween is here and more

    Honda Center and Anaheim Ducks celebrate 25 years, the Anaheim Fall Festival and Halloween Parade return to downtown, new businesses open in west Anaheim; these are just a few of the stories highlighted in the fall edition of Anaheim magazine, out now. Read on...
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    Anaheim steps up efforts to address homelessness with additional parks staff, outreach

    Anaheim plans to spend up to $400,000 to address the impacts of homelessness on parks and other public spaces in the next few months as the city works to settle litigation and move forward on the next steps of a comprehensive homelessness plan. Read on...
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    Anaheim looks at homeless shelter proposal to address impacts on parks, streets, neighborhoods

    Anaheim’s comprehensive efforts to address homelessness took a major step forward Friday with the announcement of a proposed 400-bed homeless care center known as Center of Hope. Read on...
  7. Flag web

    Anaheim selects new city flag from more than 100 community submissions

    Anaheim has adopted a new flag to represent the city for decades to come and serve as a symbol of community pride. Read on...
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