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City of Cerritos Community Budget Priorities Survey

The City of Cerritos has a budget deficit due to changes in California State law that decreased local revenues. The Cerritos City Council is seeking input from the community regarding priorities for City services to help make informed decisions about potential budget reductions and possible sources of additional revenue. Cerritos community members are asked to complete this 5-minute survey to share their opinions. The survey is provided in Chinese, Korean and Hindi, courtesy of Google Translate.

City Council to hold public hearings on potential budget reductions and a proposal for a ballot measure for a local sales tax increase

Frequently Asked Questions Regarding the City's Budget Reduction Options and Potential Sales Tax Increase Proposal (PDF)

"Vote By Mail" Drop-Off Location for Nov. 8, 2016 Presidential General Election Available at City Clerk's Office (PDF)

Caltrans Notice of Initiation of Environmental Studies for the Westbound SR-91 Project (between Shoemaker Avenue and the I-605 Interchange) (PDF)

Cerritos Celebrates the Arts October 2016 (PDF)

Have some evening family fun at the Halloween Festival Monday, October 31 at Regional Park (PDF)

Short-term rentals prohibited in the City of Cerritos effective August 13, 2016 (PDF)

This notice provides important information about revised mandatory water conservation regulations (PDF)

Conserve Energy SoCal – Help reduce energy use

Final City of Cerritos Combined Financial Program (Annual Budget) 2016-2017 (PDF)

May 2, 2016 Budget Study Session Presentation (PDF)

City urges Frontier customers to contact CPUC and FCC regarding service issues (Press Release)

Cerritos 60th Anniversary commemorative items available for purchase (PDF)

Dial-A-Ride service change effective
March 29, 2016 (PDF)

West Nile virus activity confirmed in Cerritos

Successor Agency to the Cerritos Redevelopment Agency

Visit the Film Cerritos website

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Water Conservation

City adopts resolution implementing revised water conservation regulations

Self-Certified Water Conservation Standard

Metropolitan Water District Conservation Rebate Program

State Water Resources Control Board Emergency Regulations and Mandatory Conservation

Drought-Tolerant Front Yard Landscape Design Manual and Plant Color Reference Guide offered

Cerritos Saves Water by Irrigating with Recycled Water

The City of Cerritos irrigates more than 200 acres of City-owned property, including most parks, parkways and medians, with...

A drought emergency has been declared in California; visit the Save Our Water website for conservation tips

Cerritos water meets or exceeds all state & federal standards (PDF)

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Legislators' Events

Congresswoman Linda Sánchez Community Office Hours at Cerritos Library (PDF)

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Continuing Stories

Cerritos Library featured in article “50 Most Beautiful Libraries in the World”

Golden State Freeway (I-5) construction project underway between the Orange County line and the San Gabriel River Freeway (I-605) (Caltrans website)

Private company selling Water and Sewer Line Insurance Policy is not affiliated with the City

City of Cerritos disputes the state’s Redevelopment Agency Asset Transfer Review Report; will pursue litigation (PDF)

Mayor Carol K. Chen Statement on California State Supreme Court Redevelopment Decision (PDF)

City of Cerritos legal challenge against elimination of redevelopment agencies (PDF)

Visit the new Cerritos GIS Mapping Tool website

Water bill payment options available

In addition to paying your Cerritos water bill through the mail, by phone or in person, on-line water bill payments...

Automatic Payment Option (PDF)      Pay On-line


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