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Mural Concept Workshop at Bixby Park, Coffee with LBPD Eastside Division Commander, Reporting Traffic Safety Concerns, FREE Health Fair at St. Matthew’s Church

Mural Concept Workshop at Bixby Park

Express your experiences and insights at the Mural Concept Workshop on Saturday, June 3rd and help shape the design of a new mural for Bixby Park! The new mural aims to highlight the diverse histories and contemporary stories of Long Beach’s LGBTQ+ community.

In-person workshop:

Saturday, June 3rd, 12:00-2:00 PM

Bixby Park Social Hall #1


Questions or concerns about this information, please email district2@longbeach.gov or call (562) 570-2222.

Coffee with LBPD Eastside Division Commander Richens

LBPD Commander Michael Richens

Coffee with the Commander is a great opportunity for residents and business owners to engage with the Long Beach Police Department and share your interests and concerns.

When: Thursday, June 8, 2023 from 4:00 p.m.- 5:00 p.m.

Where: Sheldrake Coffee Roasting, 4606 2nd St, Long Beach, CA 90803

Questions? Email LBPDEast@longbeach.gov

Report Traffic Safety Concerns Directly to LBPD

To submit traffic complaints, please fill out and submit the following form: Traffic Complaint Form

For traffic-related questions email  PDTrafficComplaints@longbeach.gov

What Types Of Traffic Complaints Can I Submit? Common issues that can be reported online include speeding vehicles at a regular location, habitual parking issues and/or violations, abandoned vehicles, sign or signal damage and/or obstructions, etc.

What Type Of Traffic Enforcement Is The Department Doing? The LBPD Traffic Enforcement Unit focuses on locations identified through ongoing traffic analysis, crime trends, and resident complaints. Officers focus on high visibility and increased enforcement in these specific areas. Enforcement focuses on, but is not be limited to, specific moving violations (i.e. speed, turning, red light, stop sign and pedestrian violations), distracted driving (i.e. cellphone violations) and driving under the influence (DUI) violations.

FREE Health Fair at St. Matthew’s Church

Homelessness Services and Information Hub Website

The City of Long Beach has launched a new tab on its Homelessness Services and Information Hub website detailing the City’s response efforts for the homelessness state of emergency. The new tab, available at longbeach.gov/homelessness, will offer a one-stop-shop for City news, data and resources surrounding the homelessness crisis and will also support the City’s efforts to provide timely, transparent information to the public.

The Emergency Response tab will be updated regularly and includes the following information: Synopsis and mission statement for the emergency proclamation. Link to the newly-launched data dashboard. A list of notable activities related to the emergency. Updates to the Long Beach City Council, including presentations and recordings. A list of emergency response livestreams hosted by Mayor Richardson. Frequently asked questions, available in English, Spanish, Khmer and Tagalog, regarding new programs and shelter sites. 

For more information on the City’s efforts to reduce homelessness in Long Beach, people may visit longbeach.gov/homelessness and follow @lbhealthdept and @longbeachcity on social media and follow the hashtag #EveryoneHomeLB.