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Inviting Proposals for the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program to Prevent, Prepare for and Respond to COVID-19
There will be two vote centers and four ballot drop box locations in Newport Beach.
A coordinated effort to remove and eradicate an invasive algae species from Newport Harbor will begin July 7.
The Balboa Peninsula Trolley will resume operations this weekend (June 26) with free service continuing throughout the summer on weekends and holidays. The trolley did not operate in summer 2020 because of COVID-19 precautions.
The City Council on Tuesday, June 8 approved a balanced, $309.1 million operating budget for the 2021-22 fiscal year that restores cutbacks made in the prior fiscal year due to anticipated COVID-19 revenue losses.
The temporary fee waiver is designed to encourage additional development of new ADUs, and prompt homeowners to seek permits for existing ADUs that are currently unauthorized but meet City codes.
The City is working with multiple federal, state and local agencies to identify the extent of a newly discovered invasive algae species in Newport Harbor and to develop an eradication plan.
By a unanimous vote of the City Council on Tuesday, March 23, Newport Beach will waive annual business license taxes for businesses within the City that were forced to close during the COVID-19 pandemic by order of the State.
The City is encouraging residents to call 949-718-3443 for non-emergency complaints related to short-term rental housing