On July 8, 2014, the City Council adopted Ordinance No. 1357U, establishing an Interim Moratorium Ordinance Pursuant to Government Code Section 65858 on the issuance of all building permits and any discretionary approvals for construction of new development requiring new water service connections. The interim ordinance was an urgency ordinance, making it effective immediately. The Interim Ordinance 1357U will expire on August 22, 2014, unless the City Council takes action to extend the moratorium before it expires.
Sierra Madre, CA. June 20, 2014 - The Energy Environment and Natural Resources Commission has begun its review of the water conservation ordinance. The regular commission meeting of July 16th has been set aside by the Commission for the sole purpose of discussing the current ordinance. Public participation in the meeting is desired by the Commission in an effort to capture as many constructive ideas as possible. In order to generate participation in the meeting, the Commission and staff will publicize the meeting to the greatest extent possible.
Sierra Madre, CA. June 19, 2014 - Sierra Madre City Hall Art Show Call for Artists
The City of Sierra Madre is seeking artists for the City Hall Art Shows. Art Shows at City Hall are held throughout the year and feature local artists in a variety of mediums. The shows are up for 8 weeks and artists can host a reception for friends and family.
Sierra Madre, CA. June 18, 2014 - Saturday Chamber Music
Join us on Saturday, June 21, 2-4 p.m. as we relax and enjoy this Chamber Music interlude designed to give any listener a reason to pause. Performance by Barbara Mullens Geier on flute and Alan Geier on keyboard. This program is part of the Summer Reading Program, “Paws to Read.”
Sierra Madre, CA. June 7, 2014 Nothing says summer quite like outdoor concerts. Thanks to the generous support of community sponsors and series title sponsor The Kensington, Sierra Madre residents won’t have to travel far to enjoy this summer staple. The 2014 Summer Concerts in the Park Series kicks off on Saturday, June 14 at 6:30 pm and runs every following Sunday from 6pm – 8pm until August 17. Concerts take place in the Memorial Park Bandshell and are completely free to the public. Patrons are encouraged to bring lawn chairs, blankets, and their dancing shoes as well as support local organizatiosn that may provide refreshments. There will be something for everyone as this year’s featured bands represent a wide array of musical genres.