City Hall Address and Telephone
City of La Habra
201 E. La Habra Boulevard
P.O. Box 337
La Habra, CA 90633-0337
Main Telephone: (562) 905-9700
City Hall is open Monday through Thursday, 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., and alternating Fridays from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Public Information Office
The Public Information Office is responsible for media relations, distributing press releases, community outreach, and assistance with special events. It is a function of the City Manager's Office. For general questions, please call (562) 905-9701, or click on one of the press releases below.
The Police Department also has a Public Information Officer that addresses police- and crime-related matters. Please call (562) 905-9750 for police- or crime-related issues.
La Habra - A General Municipal Election will be held in the City of La Habra on Tuesday, November 6, 2012, at which time three (3) Councilmembers will be elected to four-year terms. The terms of Mayor Shaw, Mayor Pro Tem Beamish, and Councilmember Espinoza will expire this December.Continue reading
Southern California Gas Company (SoCalGas) is committed to the safety of its customers, the communities it serves and its employees. As part of our ongoing effort to enhance natural gas safety, we want to remind everyone about how to recognize and respond to a potential natural gas leak.
TRI Pointe Homes, LLC closed escrow and purchased the property at 300 S. Euclid Street, which is the vacant site of the former Brio housing development. Continue reading
Southern California Edison (SCE) is asking customers who have downed lines on or near their property to call 911 and stay inside to remain safe until SCE crews can repair the lines. This includes the power lines that run between power poles and either homes or businesses.Continue reading
Report Graffiti Immediately
The City strives to remove graffiti within 24 hours of report. If you see graffiti, please call the Graffiti Hotline at 562-905-9723. If you see graffiti in progress or other suspicious activity, call the Police Department at 9-1-1. Graffiti and vandalism are taken very seriously, and those responsible are punished to the highest extent possible, including fines and possible imprisonment.
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