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Full I-405 Freeway Closure

Northbound and Southbound I-405 are scheduled to be closed from 11 p.m. to 7 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 18, and again on Saturday, Aug. 25, through Huntington Beach and Westminster. The closures are necessary for demolition of the McFadden Avenue bridge. Learn More »

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Community Survey

Learn about the Westminster Mall Specific Plan and take our survey! We're seeking community input on placemaking and amenities you'd like to see included in the plan. Learn More »

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New Bill Pay Experience

The City of Westminster is excited to announce the upcoming arrival of an all new online bill payment portal. Learn More »

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McFadden Avenue Bridge Construction

As part of the I-405 Improvement Project, the McFadden Ave. bridge will be closed for full demolition as early as August 7, 2018 at 10 p.m. Learn More »

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Hold an Event at the Rose Center

Hold your next event at the Rose Center! We have partnered with Jay's Catering to create spectaular events at our beautiful venue, seating up to 400 in the entire ballroom, with options to create more intimate spaces. Learn More »

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BBQ Safety

It's a wonderful time of year to cook outdoors! Get some pointers on grilling safely from OCFA. Learn More »

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I-405 Improvement Project

Find information on the I-405 Improvement Project (SR-73 to I-605) here. Learn More »

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2018 Water Quality Report Available for Viewing

View this report for detailed information on your water. Learn More »

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West Nile Virus: Survivor Story

The current West Nile virus (WNV) Risk Rating for Orange County is still considered “Elevated Risk”. Although mosquito infection rates have subsided, mosquito abundance is still above average in some areas which is conducive to WNV transmission. Learn More »

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Coyotes Sightings have increased in Westminster

Increased Coyote sightings and attacks on domestic animals. Tips to keep your pets and neighborhood safe. Learn More »

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