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National Night Out August 5
Cypress residents - lock your doors, turn on outside lights, and spend the evening outside with neighbors and the Cypresss Police Department. The Community Services Unit, Traffic Safety Unit, K-9 Unit, and S.W.A.T. team will be present with displays, give aways, and will provide crime prevention information. 5:00pm to 7:00pm, Maple Grove Park North, 6221 Orangewood Avenue. MORE >

2014 General Election Information
The next General Municipal Election will be held on Tuesday, November 4, 2014. The last day to register to vote in this election is October 20, 2014.Three seats will be available on the Cypress City Council. MORE >

Cypress Women's Conference Thursday, September 18, 2014, 8:45 am to Noon at the Cypress Community Center. 8:00 am Check-In & Continental Breakfast. Featuring keynote speaker Orange County Sheriff Sandra Hutchens. To register and to find out how to be an exhibitor, CLICK HERE.

Veteran Recognition
Mayor Mills recently spoke with Time Warner Cable regarding veterans and the City’s Veteran Recognition Program. Watch the interview and read about the City’s program and recent recipients. MORE >

Solid Waste Disposal & Recycling Services
The City of Cypress is seeking responses from qualified firms to its Request for Proposals (RFP) for solid waste disposal and recycling services. MORE >

2014 Summer Concerts on the Green
Come enjoy our FREE Concerts on the Green! All concerts are open to the public and are held at Cypress Civic Center Green, 5275 Orange Ave. beginning at 6:00pm Saturday evenings. 2014 CONCERTS >

Myra Avenue Pump Station No. 3 Reconstruction Project
City Council recently allocated funding for the construction of the Myra Avenue Pump Station No. 3 Reconstruction Project. The existing pump station, located at 4281 Myra Avenue, is over 50 years old and there is past evidence of street flooding within its service area. The station has reached the end of its useful design life and requires upgrades for compliance with current Orange County Flood Control District (OCFCD) design standards. MORE >

Los Alamitos Race Course Development Information
A "Project Page" has been created for the proposed development on the Los Alamitos Race Course. MORE >

Cypress School District Project
A "Project Page" has been created for the proposed reuse of the Mackay School and District Office sites located at 8721 Cypress Avenue and 9470 Moody Street in the City of Cypress.
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Overwatering is Out
Orange County! Overwatering is Out. Efficient Watering is In. It’s time for Orange County residents to take back their sidewalks! Broken, misdirected or “overenthusiastic” sprinklers sometimes spray sidewalks or the street instead of lawns. Come to one of the OC Garden Friendly events to learn how you can save water and prevent runoff. If you can’t make it to these events, there is plenty of information that we have for you. MORE >

Over Irrigation in Orange County: Help us fight pollution, save water, energy, and money by decreasing your water usage
Orange County residents are starting to reduce the amount of water they use by cutting back the number of days they water by 1 day per week. By going off a watering schedule, it will let residents know when and how long to water a certain area. Having a watering schedule would help you know the exact amount of water needed to replenish soil moisture to your lawns and gardens. MORE >

Mandatory Commercial Recycling Law
Assembly Bill 341 (AB341) requires mandatory commercial recycling in California beginning July 1, 2012. Businesses or public entities that subscribe to a service of 4 cubic yards or more of solid waste per week must recycle. Multi-family dwellings of 5 units or more must also recycle. MORE >

Registered Sex Offender Restrictions Ordinance
An ordinance of the City of Cypress enacting chapter 17-74 of the Cypress Municipal Code... MORE >

Used Oil Recyling Locations in Cypress
Dump used oil and we all get soaked! Recycle your used oil and oil filters free of charge...
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