A 32-year-old Anaheim man was arrested Saturday following a chase that began in Fountain Valley and ended in San Clemente. Fountain Valley Police said officers responded to a suspicious subject call in the 17300 block of Mt. Cliffwood shortly after 6 p.m. The subject was seen exiting a vehicle, changing clothes, then returning to the vehicle. The reporting party indicated the subject was possibly under the influence of alcohol or drugs, police said. Officers located the suspe
Southern California Edison has scheduled a power outage for today (Friday, July 28) from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. in the area of Euclid Street and Edinger Avenue. The traffic signals at the intersection will be out as a result. Use alternate routes to avoid delays.
Wouldn’t you like to dunk the new police chief? You’ll have the opportunity on Aug. 1 when the Fountain Valley Police Department celebrates National Night Out at the Fountain Valley Sports Park. National Night Out is a community-police awareness-raising event held the first Tuesday of August. The event is designed to increase awareness about police programs in the community. The Police Department is partnering with the city Community Services Department and the Fountain Val
To celebrate Fountain Valley’s 60th anniversary, the city’s Recreation and Community Services Department and the Fountain Valley Community Foundation have organized a world record attempt for the most s’mores made simultaneously. The record attempt will be made at the fifth annual Great Fountain Valley Campout, set for 9 p.m. Aug. 5 at the FV Sports Park. Recreation officials say they are expecting to break the record with 575 campers who will be roasting marshmallows all at
The City Council has officially ended the “Level 1 Water Supply Watch Alert” in the city. Returning Fountain Valley to its standard permanent water conservation was in response to Gov. Brown’s executive order, which declared an end to California’s drought state of emergency following a very wet winter that improved the state’s water supplies. City officials caution, however, that the declared end of the drought does not mean the end of water conservation. Fountain Valley has
Fountain Valley-based New Beginning Fellowship Center is staging its Drug and Alcohol Awareness Month Walk-a-thon starting at 8 a.m. Saturday, July 29 at the Fountain Valley Sports Park. New Beginning Fellowship Center, a 501(c)3 organization, offers treatment services for drug and alcohol addiction. For more than 20 years, the center has offered a full complement of recovery programs centered in a clean and sober environment. Day of the event registration begins at 7 a.m. at
The eighth annual James O. Harper Reunion is set for noon to 4 p.m. on Saturday, July 29 at Harper Park. Harper alumna Karen Quo said this year’s reunion will include a display of photos from the classes of 1965-1966 to 1983-1984. Any former student, teacher or parent who would like to join is invited to bring a chair and anything they would like to eat. “We always have a blast no matter what the turnout is,” Quo said. Questions: Email Quo at Qwoman66@aol.com.
The Fountain Valley Friends of the Library will hold their annual cookbook, kitchen items, hot dog and bake sale on Saturday, July 15 in front of the library, 17635 Los Alamos St. Hours are 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. More information (714) 965-9196.
We would like to invite all our Fountain Valley Living Magazine patrons to our annual Patron Party, this year set for 5:30 p.m., Friday, July 14 at Heritage Park, next to the library. Fountain Valley Living Magazine might not exist if it weren’t for the citywide support of all our patrons – individuals, non-profits and businesses who appreciate our efforts to publicize all the great things that happen in our community. If you were wondering where your patron donations go: Pub