City of Diamond Bar Newsletter - February 9, 2018 DB E-CONNECT

New City Website Launched Late January

New City Website

A completely redeveloped and redesigned City website that provides content in a more visually appealing, better organized, and more accessible format is now up and running. The newly updated site now features a host of engaging and user-friendly elements that make locating information and staying informed much easier and more pleasant. Check out the City website

Aerial of City Birthday Party Event

Participate in the City Birthday Party

Every April when Diamond Bar celebrates its cityhood anniversary presents a great opportunity for residents to nominate their neighbors or friends for a volunteer recognition award, nonprofits to raise funds for and awareness about their causes, local talent groups to perform on stage, businesses to promote their services and products, and high school students to earn community service hours. Learn More

Weekend Lane and Ramp Closures on the 60 Freeway

60 Freeway Closures Scheduled

Four consecutive weekends of lane and ramp closures on portions of the Pomona Freeway between Fairway Drive and Brea Canyon Road are planned as part of the SR-60 Lemon Avenue Interchange Project. This project, which is anticipated for completion in late summer, involves construction of a westbound on-ramp, and eastbound off- and on-ramps at Lemon Avenue. Learn More

Free Recycling Facility Tour - Limited Spaces

Recycling Facility Tour

A behind-the-scenes look at what happens to the items you place in your recycling bin once they leave the curb, the dos and don’ts of recycling, and opportunity to get answers to questions related to the processing and sorting or recyclables will be part of a special material recycling facility tour being hosted by Waste Management in April. Limited spaces - sign up today. Read More

Free Drive-Through Paper Shredding Event in Diamond Bar

Drive-Through Paper Shredding Event

Do you have confidential documents you need destroyed and recycled securely and responsibly? Take advantage of a free document shredding event taking place on Saturday, February 17. It is organized by the City’s Environmental Services Division and aimed at lessening the amount of paper going to landfills and helping prevent identity theft. Read More

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