Happy October neighbors! 
 
As you may have noted from our emails, September was an incredibly busy month for me and my staff.  Here are a few significant developments: 

2017 Budget
We started the month by continuing our work on the fiscal year 2017 budget. As the vice-chair of the Budget Oversight Committee, I participated in numerous meetings leading up to the final vote on the budget. I was pleased with the budget that we ultimately voted on.  Most notably, I was grateful that we were able to fund the following: 
  • - Restoration of Engine 8 in Belmont Shore!! 
  • - 8 new police officers and a restoration of the South Division of the Long Beach Police Department;
  • - $13 million dollars in street repaving/slurry treatment; see map, see addresses
  • - $2.2 million dollars in discretionary funds for the Police Chief to designate to critical areas of need in all city neighborhoods;
  • - A 4th library to be open on Sundays (my office started the process as a pilot project in 2014)
  • - A 6th week for the Municipal Band;
  • - Necessary seismic improvements for Rancho Los Alamitos;
  • - Approximately $800,000 for homeless outreach and rapid response; 
  • - Added money to support the Long Beach Museum of Art and the Arts Council;
  • - Continued support for the Belmont Pool with an additional $1 million dollar allocation to the project from the Tidelands fund;
Overall, the budget demonstrates a huge investment in public safety, infrastructure, the arts and libraries. All of these projects have been a major priority for my office so I am pleased that we are in a position to put money into these priorities in 2017. 

 

Upcoming legislation from my office:

On October 4th, I will be asking my colleagues to support my agenda item to ban the parking of recreational vehicles (RVs) in the City of Long Beach. Concerns over oversized vehicles being parked in residential neighborhood and busy corridors is a common issue for our residents and we want to address that through new legislation.

 

The proposed legislation does include some leeway for residents to park their RVs near their home for loading and unloading. If you are one of the many residents who have reached out to our office on this issue, we encourage you to come to the council meeting on October 4th to express your support. We anticipate the item will be heard around 7 pm.


 

 
On October 25th, I will be bringing an item to council regarding panhandling. I would like to propose that panhandling in business corridors and traffic intersection medians be prohibited under our municipal code.   I think this ordinance modification will go a long way in allowing our police officers to better enforce aggressive and/or consistent panhandling that is taking place throughout the city.

 
 
Go Bruins!  
I was very honored to be asked to attend two major Wilson High School football games this month. On September 24th, Councilman Dee Andrews and I joined the Mayor on the field for the coin toss. I had fun bantering with Councilman Andrews about the Wilson vs. Poly face-off prior to the game. On September 30th, Councilman Daryl Supernaw and I joined forces to represent the City at the annual Homecoming Parade. Both events made me appreciate the school spirit at Wilson. The great leadership of their school administrators and the festive attitude of the students make Wilson fabulous 3rd District treasure. 
 
As you will see from our "recap of September" we've been very busy! October promises to be just as action-packed.  Stay connected and watch out for all those little ghosts and goblins running through the neighborhood on October 31st.  Have a great month!
Suzie Price
3RD DISTRICT COMMUNITY EVENTS
Recap of September Events

Concert in the Park with Assemblymember Patrick O'Donnell
Knight Ryder, once again brought us back to the 80's on September 9th.  Marine Stadium was packed with many families, friends and residents of the 3rd District.  Food Trucks served up some delicious delights for many of our attendees.

Greenbelt Heights Festival and Grand Opening
 
Councilwoman Price and the Mayor of Long Beach came out to the Grand Opening of the Greenbelt at Roswell between 7th and 8th.  Dad Company performed at this festive gathering where the community came to celebrate this phase of the Greenbelt being renovated and open for public use.


Belmont Shore Median Refresh Scope Landscape Meeting
On Sept 24th a group of residents, business owners and city personnel came together to talk about the need to refresh the Belmont Shore Medians on 2nd Street.  The meeting was led by Chuck Foley from Hirsch and Associates.  Mr. Foley along with the Director of Public Works, Craig Beck noted all the important feedback from the group regarding what they would like to see for this area.  
  • Art
  • Gateway crossings
  • Green-ways
  • Signage / banners
  • Lighting
  • Sustainability of plant & tree life; taking into consideration all the events in Belmont Shore
Most importantly, everyone was in agreement with wanting to keep Belmont Shore to the charm and grace of its' current character while increasing the pedestrian experience and the visibility of all the businesses on 2nd Street.  Future meetings will be scheduled where designs will be presented to the public for discussion and review. This project is not expected to begin until after the new year.

Homelessness meeting
On September 17th, approximately 250 residents came to Fire Station 14 to listen to various city departments talk about their efforts on addressing homelessness in the City of Long Beach. This was our 3rd largest community meeting on the topic since Councilwoman Price took office, the last one occurring on July 27th. At this meeting, the Police Chief, the Fire Chief, the City Prosecutor, Assemblymember O'Donnell, Public Works, Parks, Recreation and Marine, and our Homeless Services team were all on hand to give presentations and answer question from the audience. Residents shared many great ideas. The conversation and dialogue will continue on a citywide level on October 4th at 5 pm in the City Council Chambers. Anyone who is interested in hearing more on this topic and the city's plans regarding the issue of homeless should attend. 

Midterm Review
On Sunday, September 25th we held a fabulous community gathering at the Long Beach Museum of Art. Approximately 150 residents, including many children, joined us to learn about completed projects and priorities for the 2nd half of the Councilwoman's term. The Museum staff gave tours to the children and led them in an art activity while residents watched a dynamic video on Long Beach and a presentation from the Councilwoman's husband (the event emcee) the Mayor, and of course Councilwoman Price.
Video on Long Beach's 3rd District 

The gathering was a positive experience where community members, elected officials, and our youth spent an evening watching the beautiful sunset and talking about their city. Special thanks to the Wilson High School String Quartet for providing the music, The Naples Island Garden Club for providing the flowers, The Long Beach Museum of Art for providing the appetizers and children's tours, and the Councilwoman's amazing family and staff for being an active part of the program. 

Small Business Workshop

On September 27th, our office invited small business owners to the Gaslamp for our annual Small Business Workshop. The focus of the workshop was on business branding and identity creation. We had a great turnout and look forward to hosting this again next year. Special thanks to Lisa West for organizing the event. 



Our Annual Harbor/Port Tour

Once again we hosted a cruise to tour the Port of Long Beach. We welcomed aboard 100 residents as we learned about the great work of The Port of Long Beach and the many capital investment projects that are currently underway to make our Port "Big Ship Ready" for the changing shipping industry. We thank our partners at The Port of Long Beach for sponsoring this event for our residents. 
Third  District Community Meeting

Councilwoman Price will be holding the next 3rd District Community meeting on Thursday, October 20th at 6PM at the ALAMITOS BAY YACHT CLUB (7201 E. Ocean Blvd.).  There will be light appetizers and a CASH ONLY no-host beverage station. 
  
We will be discussing the rehabilitation of the Lifeguard Headquarters and the Junior Lifeguard facility as well as updates from our City Departments. Please RSVP to this meeting by email www.District3@longbeach.gov or call our office at 562-570-6300. We look forward to seeing you then.
 
--- by Antonella Schaub
3rd District Communications Director
Community Meeting on 6th St. Bike Blvd

Residents interested in the status of the 6th St. Bike Blvd. Project, we will be hosting a community meeting on October 17,  5PM at the Field Office (340 Nieto Ave). We will have representatives from the Public Works Department to explain and answer questions on the project, it's goals, and the expected safety additions that will be included in this project. We encourage all residents to attend and get an update on this project.
--- by Jack Cunningham
3rd District, Chief of Staff
Concert to Kick Off The CSULB Basketball Season

Help us kick off the CSULB Basketball Season with the Men's and Women's 2016-2017 basketball teams as we gather for a community concert at Marine Stadium Park on Friday, October 7th at 6 PM!  The teams will be on hand to provide autographs and photos with attendees.  Jelly of the Month Club will perform and food trucks will be on-site along with some other fun activities.  Let's welcome fall at this community concert! Go Beach!
 
What: Community Concert to Help the Men's and Women's Basketball Teams Kick off Their Season
When: Friday, October 7th at 6 PM
Where: Marine Stadium Park - 5255 E. Paoli Way, Long Beach
Food Trucks: Cousins Maine Lobster, Slammin Sliders & The Grilled Cheese Truck
Band: Jelly of the Month Club

--- by Lisa West 
3rd District, Business Relations Liaison 
3rd District Neighborhood and Association Meetings

Belmont Heights Community Association
2nd Wednesday of each month
7:00 - 8:30 PM
Belmont Heights United Methodist Church

Belmont Shore Resident Association
2nd Thursday of each month
6:00 - 8:00 PM
Bay Shore Library

Friends of Belmont Shore
First Thursday of each month at 6:00 pm (October 6th)
St. Bartholomew Meeting Hall - 5100 E. Broadway at Granada Ave.

NW Belmont Park Community Watch
Approximately every 3 months as determined
Third District Field Office
Email Carleton Carlson for meeting confirmation at CarletonCarlson@aol.com 
 
Peninsula Beach Preservation Group
Alamitos Bay Yacht  Club
    
Do you have a community or  neighborhood meeting that you  would like to add to the 3rd  District calendar? Email:   jack.cunningham@longbeach.gov  
FEATURED ARTICLES
Ocean Boulevard Road Diet - from 39th Place to 54th Place

After years of concerns about traffic and safety along Ocean Blvd. Our office asked the Traffic Engineering Department to develop a measure that would reduce traffic speeds and improve safety for pedestrians, drivers, and cyclists. Based on the results of a traffic study the Traffic Engineering Department developed a proposal that takes in to account police capacity to enforce traffic, emergency vehicles' need for access, the high number of pedestrians who access the beach, the actual number of cars that travel this roadway, and the limitations that exist in other proposed speed reduction measures. The solution that Traffic Engineering developed is called a road diet, meaning it is reducing the number of lanes on Eastbound Ocean Blvd. from 2 lanes to 1 lane. This will not only reduce the speed of traffic along this corridor, but also reduce the number of lanes a pedestrian must cross creating greater safety and visibility for pedestrians.
 
We have received some concerns from residents on this as to if this project will create traffic back-ups, and the study found that the volume of traffic that travels Ocean Blvd. daily is less than half as much as the road was designed to transport. Originally Ocean Blvd. was meant as a main thoroughfare for traffic traveling up and down the coast up until the bridge at the end of the Peninsula that led to Seal Beach was removed. This means the road is wider than is necessary for the realistic amount of traffic it receives. Wide roads and wide lanes make drivers feel like they are free to drive more quickly, and pay less attention to other cars, intersections, driveways, cyclists, and pedestrians which leads to decreased safety. With only one lane, cars cannot weave around other vehicles to speed through traffic, and narrower lanes mean cars drive more cautiously in order to remain in their lane.
 
In the long term, engineering projects like this are more cost-effective and safer than posting a police officer to enforce posted signs. This is important to note as currently the Police Department is operating at 200 officers below what it needs to, so prioritizing traffic patrols is difficult when there are higher priority crimes that require rapid police response. Also, these engineered lane reductions will be present 24 hours a day, unlike even the most dedicated police officer. Further, lane reductions affect all drivers, not just the ones that police officers stop and ticket. Additionally, the road diet provides over 150 new diagonal parking spaces along the south side of Ocean Blvd between 39th Pl. and 54th Pl., leading to additional relief for the parking impacted Belmont Shore. The additional road space that would be available also creates enough space for a buffer zone to be included between the diagonally parked cars and the bike lane in order to provide additional distance for parked cars to navigate in and out of a spot before entering a traffic lane or bike lane.
 
These diagonal parking spots are a benefit not only for those looking for spaces, but they improve safety by calming traffic on Ocean Blvd. The diagonal parking gives the road a narrower feel which leads to people driving slower. It also eliminates the problem of potentially opening your car door into a passing cyclist which is a frequent issue for parallel parking.
 
Also, we certainly acknowledge the number of special events that occur at the beach which often result in traffic congestion, however these events are special, and not the normal everyday traffic conditions. Although traffic may be affected during special events, the benefits to safety will be felt 24 hours a day 365 days a year. Some days of increased congestion are being considered in exchange for long-term constant increases to safety. Too often the city gets criticized for being reactive when they wait until there is a tragic car crash to address speeding concerns, so we are being proactive to resolve a known speeding problem before there is a serious collision.
 
That being said, in order to mitigate the impacts that the road diet may have during special events the Traffic Engineering Department has committed to working with event staff and reviewing the traffic plan that all events are required to submit for approval by the Police Department and Special Events Department prior to the event. This approval process has many factors that may be required including requiring special event promoters to increase communication with the public about when parking facilities are nearing capacity and to turn away excess vehicles, incentivizing attendees to take alternate modes of transportation to the events, temporarily removing some diagonal parking spaces to allow for more efficient traffic entrance or exit from beach lots, requiring staff to direct traffic, as well as requiring crossing guards to decrease pedestrians from causing significant traffic stoppages.
 
All of this project is being done with paint. There is no construction occurring, so in the event that this project results in a negative impacts it can be changed relatively easily or returned to its previous design. Traffic Engineering has committed to studying the effects of the road diet once installed and have agreed to install any changes that may become necessary. 

--- by Jack Cunningham
3rd District, Chief of Staff
Pacific Electric Right of Way

The former Pacific Electric Right of Way (PEROW) that runs from Ximeno and 7th to Park and 4th reached a new milestone as we continue the process of transforming it into a usable park space.

At the October 20th City Council Meeting $450,000 from California State Parks through a grant from the Land and Water Conservation Fund was approved. The expected timeline moving forward will have the bidding process beginning in the next few months and leading to the approval of the contract and plan specifications in Winter of 2016/2017, and construction beginning in Spring of 2017.

--- by Jack Cunningham
3rd District, Chief of Staff
BUSINESS
Off the Beaten Path...  In The 3rd District
 
This month we highlight businesses in the 3rd District that might be relatively unknown, off-the-beaten path, misunderstood, or just plain cool. 

Clark & Atherton Mercantile
Discover this gently owned treasure trove of unique gifts, housewares, vintage items, collectibles and small furniture pieces.    Clark & Atherton is a 100% volunteer run business that helps earn revenue to continue to serve meals and other numerous programs for those in need.  1772 Clark Ave., Long Beach. (562) 342-6487. Monday - Saturday 11 AM - 5 PM; Sunday 12 PM - 4 PM. Clark & Atherton Mercantile

Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden
Tucked away on a lush 1.3 acre plot on the campus of Long Beach State University is a little oasis known as the Earl Burns Japanese Garden.  Closed Mondays and Saturdays.  Free Admission. 1250 Bellflower Blvd. (562) 985-8889. Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden
 
Leeway Sailing & Aquatics Center
A city-run operation since 1929, offers rentals every Saturday from 12 PM - 5 PM and on Thursday evenings during the summer months. Leeway offers classes throughout the year in sailing, kayaking and canoeing.  You can also rent kayaks, canoes & sail boards by the hour. 5437 E. Ocean Blvd., Belmont Shore. (562) 570-1719. Leeway Sailing & Aquatics Center
 
Playa Amor
Located at the Marketplace Center in Long Beach, Playa Amor is an approachable, gourmet experience that reflects the multicultural, Mexican-American heritage of Southern California.  Chef Ortega's playful approach in the kitchen includes several "must have" Alta California dishes, such as his famous Mole Tots, Estilo Puerto Nuevo Lobster, Birria, and Chile Relleno Burger. 6527 E. Pacific Coast Hwy, Long Beach.  (562) 430-2667. Monday - Thursday 11:30 AM - 10 PM; Friday - Saturday 11:30 AM - 12 AM; Sunday 10 AM - 9 PM. Playa Amor
 
Prime By Shenandoah
With a "prime"ary purpose of creating a unique dining experience for every guest, how can you stay away?  Prime By Shenandoah is the newest eatery to hit the 4th Street scene.  Located at the former Whistle Stop location, owner Clint Wilson strives to use only the most prime ingredients, sourced locally and responsibly through farmers markets and small independent purveyors.  They aim to provide the freshest and friendliest possible dining experience for their guests.  3701 E. 4th Street, Long Beach. (562) 439-0605. Tuesday - Saturday 11 AM - 9 PM; Sunday 11 AM - 8 PM. Prime by Shenandoah
 
Restauration
Is it a restaurant?  Is it a hardware store?  Restauration is a combination of two of the owner's favorite words that define the Long Beach community: restaurant+restore.  Situated in the vibrant and creative stretch on 4th Street between Cherry
 & Temple. 2708 E. 4th Street, Long Beach. (562) 439-8822. Monday -Friday: 10 AM - 10 PM; Sat 8 AM -10 PM; Sun 8 AM - 9 PM.
Restauration
 
--- by Lisa West 
3rd District, Business Relations Liaison 
 
 
Saturday, November 12, 2016
10:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Field Office - 340 Nieto, Long Beach, CA 90814
 
Councilwoman Price is partnering with American Association of University Women (AAUW), Long Beach to deliver this free workshop at her Third District Field Office in the Conservation Corps meeting room. Be one of the first in Long Beach to take advantage of this wonderful opportunity!
 
Created for working women, Work Smart is an interactive workshop that teaches you to evaluate, negotiate, and articulate your worth confidently in the job market. AAUW's facilitators lead discussions on the gender pay gap and its personal effects, while small group activities and role-play exercises give you the opportunity to create and perfect your persuasive salary pitches. You learn objective research and
benchmarking skills to establish an equitable target salary, whether you are:
  • Striving for a promotion,
  • Asking for a raise, or
  • Negotiating a new salary and benefits.
The workshop is limited to 40 participants. Reservations for the workshop must be made online at the AAUW Work Smart California prior to attending.
 
For more information about Work Smart, visit    AAUW Salary Negotiation Workshops for Women. 
TOPICS COMING TO COUNCIL
City Council Updates
 
City Council Meetings are held every Tuesday evening, with the exception of the last Tuesday of the month when council is "dark."  Meetings are held in City Hall - Council Chambers (333 W. Ocean Blvd.) at approximately 5pm.  Times do change, so please check with our office or website for exact times. City Council meetings are open to the public and we encourage your attendance, especially if there is an important topic up for discussion.
 
Charter (channel 3) and FIOS Verizon (channel 21) subscribers can view the City Council Meetings on their televisions or you can live stream the video through LBTV.com,  View City Council Meeting.  
 
Agenda items change on a weekly basis so please check the city website for the most current agenda.  The City Clerk is required to post the City Council Agenda the Monday, a week prior, to the Tuesday of City Council Meeting.   View agenda items  
 
Important agenda items coming this month are as follows...

Oct 4 - Homeless Meeting and RV Ordinance proposed by Councilwoman Suzie Price
Oct 11 -  
Oct 18 -   
Oct 25 - NO CITY COUNCIL MEETING
--- by Antonella Schaub
3rd District, Communications Director
D O YOU KNOW.....
What is going on at the Colorado Lagoon?

As most of you have seen, the Colorado Lagoon Master Restoration Plan Phase 2B Project is now under construction.  A significant component of the restoration plan consists of planting a diverse and extensive palette of California coastal plants and trees along the northern shoreline and north arm bank.  The work being performed at the site largely consists of grading and excavating to create the gradual and gentle slopes necessary to support salt marsh, sage scrub, and a variety of native trees including, western sycamore, coast live oak, cottonwoods, willow, and cherry trees.  As outlined in the project description, more trees are being planted overall than are being impacted by the project.  For more information on the Project Description, please visit the following website that includes a link to the certified Environmental Impact Report (EIR):   Colorado Lagoon Restoration Phase 2B
 
The Master Restoration Plan as outlined in the EIR for the Lagoon has been approved by the City Council.  The California Coastal Commission, United States Army Corps of Engineers, and Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board also approved the project and required specific nesting surveys to be performed.  The local Audubon Society chapter was also contacted and notified prior to the project beginning.  The Mexican fan palms are classified as moderate invasive species by the California Invasive Plant Council (Cal-IPC) and planting of these trees are restricted in the coastal zone by the California Coastal Commission. 

---by Tidelands Capital Improvement Projects
Long Beach Serves Project - A Volunteering Opportunity
 
 
 
Volunteerism and civic engagement is an ingrained part of Long Beach's culture. To continue encouraging and promoting volunteerism in Long Beach, the City has launched a citywide volunteer campaign, "Long Beach Serves," with volunteer activities starting on October 1, and culminating with the October 22, 2016 "National Make a Difference Day."   To participate in Long Beach Serves, you need to register and then select an opportunity to serve. 
 


 
 
 
 
 
 
Month
Date
Event
Location
Start Time
End Time
Oct
1-31
PA's Pumpkin Patch Harvest Festival
6701 E. Pacific Coast Highway
9:00 AM
9:00 PM
Oct
1-2
QM - Dark Harbor
QM Village, Sea Walk & Valet Lot
7:00 PM
12:00 AM
Oct
1
Long Beach Fun Run 2016 (PRM)
Ocean Blvd. & 54th Place
6:00 AM
1:00 PM
Oct
1
Activate Uptown Long Beach
Artesia Blvd. b/t Atlantic Ave to Orange Ave
10:00 AM
5:00 PM
Oct
1
Roxanne's Village Fest
700 E. Artesia Boulevard
10:00 AM
5:00 PM
Oct
1
Walk With Me 2016
Shoreline Park
7:00 AM
12:00 PM
Oct
1
Murder Mystery Race
Downtown Long Beach
12:00 PM
4:00 PM
Oct
1
Promenade Beer & Wine Festival
Promenade b/t 1st & 3rd Streets
6:00 PM
10:00 PM
Oct
1
Walk Like MADD 5k
Granada Launch Ramp
7:00 AM
12:00 PM
Oct
2
Aloha Run
Shoreline Park
7:30 AM
10:00 AM
Oct
2
Pagan Pride Day LA 2016
Rainbow Lagoon
10:00 AM
5:30 PM
Oct
6
Uptown Bixby Knolls Farmers Market
4600 Atlantic Avenue
3:00 PM
7:00 PM
Oct
6-9
QM - Dark Harbor
QM Village, Sea Walk & Valet Lot
7:00 PM
12:00 AM
Oct
7
Marathon 5K
Shoreline Park
8:00 AM
3:00 PM
Oct
7
St. Cyprian Community Fest 2016
4714 Clark Avenue
5:00 PM
10:00 PM
Oct
8-9
St. Cyprian Community Fest 2016
4714 Clark Avenue
12:00 PM
10:00 PM
Oct
8
2nd Saturday Art Walk
Linden Avenue b/t 1st Street & Broadway
4:00 PM
10:00 PM
Oct
8-9
2016 JetBlue Long Beach Marathon
Marina Green & City Streets
6:00 AM
4:00 PM
Oct
9
Cambodia Town Night Market
MacArthur Park
3:00 PM
8:00 PM
Oct
13
Uptown Bixby Knolls Farmers Market
4600 Atlantic Avenue
3:00 PM
7:00 PM
Oct
13-16
QM - Dark Harbor
QM Village, Sea Walk & Valet Lot
7:00 PM
12:00 AM
Oct
14
Chartroom Craft Beer Pairing
Chartroom Restaurant at CSULB
6:00 PM
8:00 PM
Oct
14
Long Beach Zombie Festival
Rainbow Lagoon
5:00 PM
11:00 PM
Oct
15-16
Long Beach Zombie Festival
Rainbow Lagoon
12:00 PM
11:00 PM
Oct
15
Moving Day Los Angeles
Marina Green
9:00 AM
1:00 PM
Oct
15
Craft Beer Festival
Jack Rose Track at CSULB
1:00 PM
5:00 PM
Oct
15
LB Octoberfest
Shoreline Park
12:00 PM
6:00 PM
Oct
16
Facial Paralysis Awareness Walk
Shoreline Park
1:00 PM
3:00 PM
Oct
20
Uptown Bixby Knolls Farmers Market
4600 Atlantic Avenue
3:00 PM
7:00 PM
Oct
20-23
QM - Dark Harbor
QM Village, Sea Walk & Valet Lot
7:00 PM
12:00 AM
Oct
22
Walk 4ALZ
Rainbow Lagoon
5:00 AM
1:00 PM
Oct
24-25
Ever Walk
Marina Green & Seaside Park
2:00 PM
11:00 AM
Oct
26-31
QM - Dark Harbor
QM Village, Sea Walk & Valet Lot
7:00 PM
12:00 AM
Oct
27
Uptown Bixby Knolls Farmers Market
4600 Atlantic Avenue
3:00 PM
7:00 PM
Oct
29
Long Beach Fun Run 2016 (PRM)
Ocean Blvd. & 54th Place
6:00 AM
1:00 PM
Oct
29
Paws & Schnauze
Shoreline Park
10:00 AM
6:00 PM
Oct
29
Walk to End Alzheimer's
Aquarium Grass  Area & Esplanade
7:30 AM
12:00 PM
Oct
30
Haute Dog Howl'oween Parade
Marina Vista Park
12:00 PM
5:00 PM
 


Other Events in Long Beach 

 
Assistance League of Long Beach Holiday Boutique
 

Thurs, Nov 3:  9AM - 4PM
Fri, Nov 4:       9AM - 4PM
Location:  6220 E. Spring Street
More Info:  562-627-5650

Friends of Bixby Park 6th Annual Halloween Carnival Fundraiser

Sunday, October 30th
10 AM - 4 PM

Location:  Bixby Bandshell

For more information please visit



 
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