January 16, 2020 | Regular Edition
City News
Upcoming Meeting
Delta Corporate Communication
Press Release
Delta Flight 89 return to LAX
Shortly after takeoff, Flight 89 from LAX to Shanghai experienced an engine issue requiring the aircraft to return quickly to LAX.

The aircraft landed safely after a release of fuel, which was required as part of normal procedure to reach a safe landing weight. Delta is in touch with Los Angeles World Airports and the LA County Fire Department as well as community leaders, and shares concerns regarding reports of minor injuries to adults and children at schools in the area.

Delta continues to investigate the issue. Individuals and property owners who believe they may have been affected by the jet fuel release can contact Delta at 800-442-5955 for more information.

Delta continues to investigate the issue. Individuals and property owners who believe they may have been affected by the jet fuel release can contact Delta at 800-442-5955 for more information.
Update: Regular City Council Meeting
On Monday, January 13, 2020 there was a Regular City Council Meeting. The meeting included some discussion regarding the installation of a Traffic Calming measure within the City. The La Habra Heights City Council awarded GTS with conducting the Traffic Calming study once Hacienda Road is open and returns to "as usual" traffic. The City of La Habra Heights will also work closely with the City of La Habra in maintaining traffic affairs in the area during the Lunar New Year festivities and any future road closures.

To listen in on the January 13, 2020 Regular
City Council Meeting please click the link below.
Hacienda Road
Phase 1 construction repairs of Hacienda Road are complete. Phase 2 construction repairs will begin this week and consist of three actions.

  1. Establishing inclinometers along the newly repaired Hacienda Road. An inclinometers is an instrument deigned for monitoring movement, and ideally the subsurface location of a landslide rupture can be detected with the inclinometer.
  2. Survey the hillside along Hacienda Road.
  3. Re-Stripe the entirety of Hacienda Road; from La Habra Heights City Hall to the North side of Hacienda Road.

GMU has successfully maintained the construction repair status with minor delays during rain events.

The area will remain closed until construction is completed and there will be no access for vehicles, bicyclist, pedestrians, and equestrians.

Fire Department
Mission Lifeline Gold Plus Award
The LHHFD was awarded the Mission Lifeline Gold Plus Award. This recognition is awarded to Gold level award-winning hospitals/fire departments that additionally demonstrate 75 percent compliance to a self-selected group of quality measures as documented in the PMT reports interface. The City of La Habra Heights commends the Fire Department in their efforts to maintain the highest standards of safety.
Public Works
New City Traffic Signs
The City of La Habra Heights has recently installed four new City Traffic signs along Hacienda Road. The City would like to thank the Public Works Staff for all their hard work in ensuring the City's streets are safe for all drivers.
Other News
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