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Holiday Street Sweeping, Trash Collection and Tree Recycling
In observance of the holidays, the City of Cypress will be closed Wednesday, December 24th through Friday, December 26th, and Thursday, January 1st through Friday, January 2nd. Street sweeping will be suspended during this period, but will otherwise remain on regular schedule. The Police Department will not enforce no parking restrictions for street sweeping from Monday, December 22nd through Friday, January 2nd. The regular street sweeping and parking enforcement schedules will resume on Monday, January 5th. Friday, December 26th through Friday, January 16th, Republic Services will pick up holiday trees for recycling. Tress should be placed at the curb no later than 7:00 a.m. on the regular trash pickup day. Residents living in condominiums or apartments serviced by dumpsters should place their holiday trees near the dumpster for separate collection. Prior to disposal, please remove all tree stands/stakes, ornaments, garlands and lights. Flocked trees will also be collected, but may not be recycled. There will be no trash pick-up on Christmas or New Year’s Day. In the event that these holidays fall on your regularly scheduled trash collection day, trash pick-up will be delayed by one day. For more information or questions regarding the holiday street sweeping schedule, please contact the Cypress Community Development Maintenance Department at (714) 229-6760. For questions regarding tree recycling or pick up schedules, please contact Republic Services at (800) 299-4898.
Do Not Dump Your Fats, Oils, and Grease Into Your Kitchen Sink Drains This Holiday Season!
Did you know that there are harmful effects by pouring fats, oils and grease down your kitchen sink drains? They solidify quickly when they hit the cool walls of the sewer and stick to the side. Overtime, they build up and can cause blockages in the City’s sanitary sewer lines and homeowner pipes. This holiday season, do not let this happen to you! MORE >
Street Rehabilitation Project No. 123 Begins in October
As part of the ongoing effort to maintain and upgrade City streets, the City Council has recently allocated funding for the overlay of various residential streets throughout the City, as shown on this map. MORE >
New Solid Waste and Recycling Franchise Creates Big Savings for Cypress Residents and Businesses
Monday night the Cypress City Council approved a new solid waste and recycling franchise agreement that will save residents and businesses $15.3 million over the next 10 years. MORE >
Cypress Named One of Ten Best Cities to Raise a Family
The City of Cypress has recently been named one of the ten best cities to raise a family in Southern California by CreditDonkey, an online financial advice website. The study included those cities with populations of 25,000 or and more and were ranked on five factors: education, commute time, household type, residency, and housing costs. The full article can be read at www.creditdonkey.com/family-southern-california.html
Street Rehabilitation Project - Slurry Seal
As part of the ongoing effort to maintain and upgrade City streets, the City Council has recently allocated funding for the slurry sealing of various residential and arterial streets throughout the City. MORE >
New Regulations for Water Conservation
Recently, the State implemented emergency water conservation measures. The City encourages residents and businesses to increase water conservation practices and reduce water usage by 20%. To get more information on the water conservation program, please visit the Golden State Water Company website at www.gswater.com. Please click here to read the new regulations.
Overwatering is Out
Orange County! Overwatering is Out. Efficient Watering is In. It’s time for Orange County residents to take back their sidewalks! Broken, misdirected or “overenthusiastic” sprinklers sometimes spray sidewalks or the street instead of lawns. Come to one of the OC Garden Friendly events to learn how you can save water and prevent runoff. If you can’t make it to these events, there is plenty of information we can provide for you. MORE >
Mayor Mills recently spoke with Time Warner Cable regarding veterans and the City’s Veteran Recognition Program. Watch the interview and read about the City’s program and recent recipients. MORE >
Myra Avenue Pump Station No. 3 Reconstruction Project
City Council recently allocated funding for the construction of the Myra Avenue Pump Station No. 3 Reconstruction Project. The existing pump station, located at 4281 Myra Avenue, is over 50 years old and there is past evidence of street flooding within its service area. The station has reached the end of its useful design life and requires upgrades for compliance with current Orange County Flood Control District (OCFCD) design standards. MORE >
Registered Sex Offender Restrictions Ordinance
An ordinance of the City of Cypress enacting chapter 17-74 of the Cypress Municipal Code... MORE >
Used Oil Recyling Locations in Cypress
Dump used oil and we all get soaked! Recycle your used oil and oil filters free of charge...