Community members and officials gathered this past weekend to laud the opening of a village of 25 tiny homes in the City of Baldwin Park as offering hope to unhoused neighbors. Esperanza (“Hope”) Villa is the first tiny home village of its kind in the San Gabriel Valley, and unsheltered residents of Baldwin Park will begin moving into the units over Thanksgiving week.
The City of Ontario has secured more than $35 million in funding for energy infrastructure improvements–an infrastructure renewal program that is projected to save the City more than $75 million over the life of its new equipment.
The City of Brea has seen a broad increase in development and economic activity over the last two decades, raising the need for an updated Water Master Plan to address and accommodate future growth and demand on the CIty’s water system. The City contracted with Civiltec in 2019 to assess the current system and develop an updated Master Plan.
The City of Pico Rivera recently launched a Streetlight Conversion Project to acquire local streetlights from Southern California Edison (SCE) and upgrade more than 3,000 lights to brighter, more efficient Light Emitting Diode (LED) fixtures.
In June 2020, Lancaster Choice Energy (LCE), an associate member of California Choice Energy Authority (CalChoice), completed the third and final phase of its Small Commercial Direct Install Program, a program offering free energy-efficiency assessments and upgrades to qualifying local businesses in the City of Lancaster.