Spring into Action
The City of Diamond Bar has debuted a new online recreation registration system that is aligned with the City Council’s Strategic Plan Goal of fostering an Open, Engaged and Responsive Government. Residents can navigate new features and enjoy updated functionality, making it easier and more convenient to browse and register for recreation activities, reserve sports fields and picnic areas, and learn about upcoming special events. I encourage you to visit the new website to sign up for recreational offerings.
Speaking of fun and engaging, I invite you to attend the 30th City Birthday Party that takes place on Saturday, April 13th from 11am – 5 pm at Pantera Park, 738 Pantera Drive. This celebration features a variety of rides, games, entertainment, food, information booths, and free birthday cake. Event admission is free; however, there are nominal fees for rides, games and activities.
The City will also be holding its annual Earth Day & Arbor Day Celebration on Saturday, April 27th from 9am - 2pm. Located in the AQMD Parking lot - 21865 Copley Drive, this event features several family-friendly activities, displays and demonstrations aimed at environmental awareness, appreciation, and stewardship. Residents can take advantage of free document/paper shredding services, safely dispose of e-waste, and participate in the free mulch giveaway and smart gardening workshop. For additional information please visit the City website.
As always, the City Council welcomes your comments, concerns, or questions. You can reach me or any other Council Member by calling (909) 839-7010 or by using the links to our email addresses located on the City Council Members page of the City website. We look forward to hearing from you.