Call the Los Angeles County Department of Animal Care and Control at 562-940-6898. Office Location: 11258 South Garfield AvenueDowney, CA 90242
The Alhambra Finance Department no longer accepts payments for animal licenses.
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Call the City's Cart Retrieval Company at 800-252-4613. Or, call Code Enforcement at 626-570-3230 (24 hours a day). Be prepared to report the location (exact street address or nearest cross streets) of the shopping cart.
Call the Police Department at 626-570-5168.
Call 626-289-1220. Schedules and maps of bus routes are also posted online.
The Alhambra Courthouse is located in the city of Alhambra, however, the facility is operated by the County.
Please visit the County's website for information related to the Superior Court or call the Superior Court Main Line at 626-293-2100.
Traffic - located at:Pasadena Superior Courthouse300 East WalnutPasadena, CA 91101
Visit the Los Angeles County Superior Court Pasadena Courthouse for more information. Find more information on the LA Court website.
View the Alhambra Historical Museum page.
Call the Parks and Recreation Department at 626-570-5052 or 626-570-5081.
American Red Cross Blood Services430 Madeline Drive,Pasadena, CA 91105
Call the Los Angeles County Animal Care and Control for all animal-related complaints at 562-940-6898. (Code Enforcement does not handle these issues.)
Call the Parks and Recreation Department at 626-570-5093.
Call the Automobile Club of Southern California at 626-289-4491.They are located at:401 East Main StreetNumber 101Alhambra, CA 91801
If the swarm is on City trees call the Public Works Department at 626-308-4874. Call the San Gabriel Valley Mosquito and Vector Control District at 626-814-9466 to report swarms or nests (outside, not on a structure). For nests or swarms (inside or on a structure), call a licensed pest control specialist.
To contact the Better Business Bureau call 213-251-9696.
Call the City Clerk's Office at 626-570-5090 to obtain a bid packet for open bid/RFPs/RFQs.
Births/deaths/marriages that occurred in Los Angeles County are handled by the L.A. County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk. For certificate information, call 562-462-2137. Visit the Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk website for more information.
Call the Building and Zoning Complaint Hotline at 626-300-1584, or complete the online interactive complaint form for matters such as illegal interior or exterior construction, garage conversions, canopies on private property, illegal business signs or banners, the disrepair of property or fence/wall construction.
For a building, construction remodeling or occupancy permit, call Community Development Department at 626-570-5034.
Call Republic Services at 888-742-5234, at least a day prior to putting items out on the curb. Republic Services will pick up to four items. Items should not be placed at curbside sooner than noon on the day prior to pick up (later in the day is recommended). More information can be found on the Republic Services website.
Call the Finance Department at 626-570-5020.
For schedules and maps of bus routes, call 626-289-1220. Also, see online schedule information.
Call the Community Development Department at 626-570-5034. To submit application and fees, or to renew a business license, call the Finance Department at 626-570-5021.
Alhambra residents may use any company that services the Alhambra area, such as Verizon, AT&T, Direct, Dish, or Spectrum. If you have a cable complaint, call Spectrum Cable at 866-499-8080, or visit Spectrum Cable's website.
Call the City Clerk's office at 626-570-5090. City Council meeting agendas are posted online (typically, Friday after 3 pm prior to the meeting.)
Call the City Manager's office at 626-570-5011 and leave a message, or write an email. Individuals can also speak directly to the City Council by attending a city council meeting held every second and fourth Monday (5:30 pm and 7 pm) in the City Hall Council Chambers.
Call the City Clerk's office at 626-570-5090.
Contact the Alhambra Fire Department at 626-570-5190 or email CERT.
Call the California Department of Consumer Affairs at 213-620-4360 or visit the California Department of Consumer Affairs website.
Call the California Contractors State License Board (Pasadena Office) at 626-551-2011 or visit the Contractors State License Board website.
Call 626-570-5072. If you observe an unauthorized paint crew operating in your neighborhood, call the Police Department at 626-570-5151.
Call Case Management at 626-570-3220 for care issues with respect to a frail, elderly person. For home-delivered meals for the elderly call the YWCA at 626-858-8382.
With the City of Alhambra visit the Human Resources Department webpage or call the 24-Hour Job Hotline at 626-570-3295 for a recorded listing of jobs. For more information, call the Human Resources Department at 626-570-5095.
Call Community Development Department at 626-570-5034, or visit the Community Development counter at City Hall. A building permit is not usually required, but a Zoning Clearance Permit is required for all fences. Bring a site plan of your property showing property lines, streets, and building, and the location, length, height, and design of the proposed fence. Front yard fences cannot exceed three feet. A photograph of the property may help.
Call the City Clerk's Office at 626-570-5090 for information and/or forms.
Fingerprinting is done by "live scan" through the California Department of Justice. Learn more online.
Call the Alhambra Fire Department at 626-570-3270, ext. 7421.
Call Community Development Department at 626-570-5037. For more information visit the Housing Division page.
View the upcoming Board and Committee Meeting schedule for agendas and additional information on their respective pages:
Contact Pasadena Traffic located at:Pasadena Superior Courthouse300 East WalnutPasadena, CA 91101
Purchase a Temporary Overnight Parking Permit online.
Call Code Enforcement at 626-570-3231. A permit is not required, but only two garage sales may be held in a year. Visit the Garage Sale page for more information.
Call 626-570-5011 to report graffiti on trash cans.
Call the Graffiti Hotline at 626-570-5072. Please provide:
Call 626-570-5067 to report trees that have fallen onto the roadway, as well as trees, shrubs, and vegetation that obstruct traffic or sight distance (at intersections, railroad crossings, curves, etc.).
Call Los Angeles County at 888-253-6252, or visit the Los Angeles County Household Hazardous Waste Collection Program website.
Call Code Enforcement at 626-570-3230.
For Illegal Parking (street, alley, front yard at night, sidewalk, parkway, abandoned or inoperable) call the Alhambra Police Department at 626-570-5151.
For an Inoperable Vehicle on private property call Code Enforcement at 626-570-3230.
Call the Parks and Recreation Department at 626-570-3242, or visit the office at:Alhambra Park Office500 North Palm AvenueAlhambra, CA 91801
Office walk-in hours are Monday through Friday, 2 pm to 5:30 pm. For city-sponsored youth sports programs, call 626-570-5081. For senior programs and services, call 626-570-5056.
Call the Community Development Department at 626-570-5034.
Call Public Works Department at 626-570-5074 with the following information:
Call the Los Angeles County Dispute Settlement Center at 213-974-0825.
Call the Community Development Department at 626-570-5034 about licensing and other requirements in Alhambra. For a business license application and more information, visit the Business License page.
Call the Public Works Department at 626-570-5067.
Call 626-570-5044 or come to the Parks and Recreation Department at City Hall during regular business hours. Reservations can be made from 10 business days prior to your event or up to 3 months in advance. If it is less than 10 business days to your event, picnic areas will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Parties may not rope off an area or put up their own reservation signs.
Call the Finance Department at 626-570-5020. To pay by credit card call 877-236-2947, or pay online by credit card 24 hours per day. You can also pay at:City HallFinance Department111 South First StreetAlhambra, CA 91801
You may also contest a Parking Citation online.
For matters related to a City-owned parking lot or parking structure, call the Public Works Department at 626-570-5067.
Call the Finance Department at 626-570-5020 for information about obtaining an annual permit ($60 per year for the first year and $60 upon renewal).
Call the Alhambra Post Office at 800-275-8777 or at 626-289-1681.
Call the Public Works Department at 626-570-5072.
If you experience a power outage in Alhambra, you can report and view outage updates on Southern California Edison’s website at: https://www.sce.com/outage-center?from=/outage or call 1-800-611-1911.
You can sign up to get emails or text alerts about outages near you at: https://www.sce.com/wildfire/psps-alerts.
Call the Los Angeles County Assessor at 213-974-3211.
To dispose of bulky items, call Republic Services at 800-299-4898.
Call We-Tip at 800-472-7766.
Call the LACDC - Housing Authority located at:700 West Main StreetAlhambra, CA 91801
Their hours are Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5 pm.
Call Case Management at 626-570-3220.
Call the Utilities Department at 626-570-5061.
Call the Public Works Department at 626-570-5072. View the City's Street Sweeping Schedule and Map (PDF).
Call the Housing Rights Center at 800-477-5977, or obtain free assistance on Fridays from 2 pm to 5 pm at the Alhambra Civic Center Library located at:101 South First StreetAlhambra, CA 91801
Call the Alhambra Police Department at626-570-5151. For other traffic-related tickets, call the Pasadena Courthouse Traffic Division at 626-396-3399.
Call the Public Works Department (Tree Division) at 626-308-4874. If a City-owned tree in the front of your property needs care or trimming (or is dead or diseased), leave the job to the Public Works tree care professionals. Upon request, a City arborist will inspect the dead and/or diseased trees in the parkway area.
Call the City Clerk's Office at 626-570-5090.
Call the Utilities Department at 626-570-5061. If you are a new water customer seeking to set up service, a minimum deposit is required for single-family residences. There is no charge for a city employee to come out to turn on your water service, but your presence may be required. There may be a charge for service performed outside of regular working hours.