The City of San Dimas and the San Dimas Parks and Recreation Commission are accepting nominations from the community for Distinguished Service to Youth Awards. The purpose of the awards, which have been given annually since 1976, is to recognize and honor people in the community who have demonstrated exceptional service to San Dimas youth and to create an awareness of the need for citizens to become involved in youth programs.
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Every year the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors and the City of San Dimas proclaim May as Older American Recognition Month. Nominations for the San Dimas Older American Honoree are reviewed by the Senior Citizen Commission and the selected Honoree is recommended to the San Dimas City Council for final appointment. The San Dimas Older American Honoree represents the City of San Dimas at the Los Angeles County Older American Recognition Day celebration; during Western Days, sponsored by the San Dimas Chamber of Commerce; and during San Dimas Day at the Los Angeles County Fair in Pomona.
Effective February 1, San Dimas residents will be billed by Waste Management directly, offering one point for contact for both customer service and billing.
In February, residents will receive a bill from Waste Management for February trash services (this is the only time you will receive a monthly bill from Waste Management). Beginning in March you will be billed by Waste Management on a bi-monthly basis.
Also beginning in February, each San Dimas customer will receive a $0.35 per month billing discount on their monthly trash service.
C.E.R.T. (Community Emergency Response Team) training will be coming to San Dimas beginning March 31.
Following a major disaster, police, fire, and medical professionals may not be able to fully meet the demand. People will have to rely on each other to meet the immediate lifesaving and sustaining needs, particularly in isolated neighborhoods that may be cut off from the main roads.
The County of Los Angeles Fire Department's C.E.R.T. program was developed to provide basic training in safety and lifesaving skills for the general public.
Please click the link below to view the flyer and find out how to enroll. The deadline to enroll is March 15.
In 2016 California voters approved Proposition 64 which allows the cultivation, sales, and use of recreational marijuana. This officially took effect on January 1, 2018.
Proposition 64 also allows cities to establish their own regulations on certain aspects regarding recreational marijuana cultivation and sales. The City of San Dimas has adopted some of these additional regulations.
With the rainy season here, homeowners and HOA managers are encouraged to continually check all drainage devices such as concrete bench drains, swales, channels, and natural stream beds on their properties to ensure that they are cleared of all debris and plant overgrowth that may obstruct rainwater flow.