A broad effort to establish priority projects for the Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) is getting underway. The opinions of constituents will help inform future projects. Your participation is highly encouraged in a survey that is currently a...Read on...
Dress up, dine and dance on the Arts Plaza! This Centennial Gala under the stars will feature a touch of glamour along with fine food and wine, music and dancing, private viewing of the Watercolor West exhibition, plus a lively performance by The Alley Ca...Read on...
The Wellness Festival, a comprehensive mind-body health fair, is on Saturday, September 30, from 10 am-2 pm at the Brea Community Center, with a variety of free medical screenings, fitness trends, integrative/holistic medicine, food samples and more!
Don't miss the 2017 Senior Health Fair & Flu Clinic on Friday, October 13. Pick up the latest information about healthy living, resources and activities to improve your lifestyle. Free screenings and flu shots are also offered this day.
The Brea Resource Center will host their annual Halloween Costume Exchange on Saturday, October 14, from 9 until 11 a.m. Donate clean, gently used costumes now to be included in this fun event.
Registration is now open for Brea’s Youth Theatre in “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.” Join the Curtis Theatre and Stagelight Productions for the upcoming Winter production of Brea's Youth Theatre.
that OCTA bus routes in Brea will be affected by a proposed service change that would go into effect in February of 2018.
Route 153, which runs from Anaheim to Brea will have impacts on Associated Road and Birch (between State College and Ass...Read on...
OC Vector Control has found invasive, disease carrying mosquitoes in nearby areas. Check property for sources of standing water where they might breed. If seen, report daytime biters, black with white stripes to Vector Control 714-971-242.
Coyotes are unwelcome in an urban environment. Many may underestimate dangers to children and pets and fail to take proper precautions. NEVER FEED wild animals in an urban setting! Keep pet food indoors, remove water, and secure trash containers.