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Westminster’s Newest Top Leaders Are Homegrown

The City’s new top leaders — new Police Chief Mark Lauderback and newly-appointed Interim City Manager Sherry Johnson— were both raised locally and chose to spend their lives and careers here. Learn More »

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Spring Festival 2020

Save the date for our annual Spring Festival event! Saturday, April 4th | 9am -3pm | Westminster Civic Center Are you a vendor interested in being a part of our annual Spring Festival event? Click Learn More for details and the application. Learn More »

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Youth Art Contest

Calling all young artists!!Be a part of our Youth Art Contest presented by the Westminster Youth Committee. All entries will be displayed at Spring Festival on April 4th in the Civic Center. Learn More »

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Demolition Begins at Future Site of "Westminster Crossing"

Westminster Crossing will provide 65-units of affordable housing within the city. The project aims to create a more vibrant, sustainable, and equitable community within the City’s envisioned “Downtown” activity center. Learn More »

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The Great Westminster Clean-Up

Save the date for April 25, 2020! You're invited to join volunteers from schools, non-profits, faith based organizations, businesses, as well as residents at sites across Westminster to refresh, clean-up, and beautify the city! Learn More »

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Westminster City Manager Eddie Manfro Announces Retirement

Manfro leaves top executive position after 28 years of public service. Learn More »

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New California ADU Laws in 2020

For more information regarding the new regulations and development standards for Accessory Dwelling Units, click on the link below. Learn More »

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West County CERT Academy

Basic CERT Training will help you handle emergencies until first responders arrive. Learn More »

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Sandbags Available

Sandbags are available for Westminster residents. Pick them up at the City Yard Monday-Friday. Learn More »


Council Moves Forward with Transition to District-Based Elections

At the October 9, 2019 meeting, the City Council unanimously adopted a resolution of intent to proceed with the transition from at-large elections to district-based elections. Learn More »

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