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In addition, if you are training your children to press a one button speed call number in an emergency, they may not know how to call for help from another phone.
If you do not provide us with an address or landmark, we will only know that you are calling from within 100' of a cell tower, whose address will appear on our screens.
or fax at: (626) 812-5155
You may also request records by email to Jeffrey Cornejo
Azusa Light & Water will not be responsible for delays or losses that result from inaccurate information of failure to provide us with timely notification of changes.
Customers will be automatically terminated from the E-Z Pay Direct Debit Plan on the second occurrence of a returned payment unless documented in writing as a bank error.
The City budget is available at the reference desk in the Azusa Library. It may not be checked out but it is available for public inspection in the library.
For more information, visit Business Licensing
1. Safety2. Liquidity3. Return on investment
Safety has the highest priority and return on investment the lowest. Following those principles, the treasurer invests about half of the City’s idle cash in a State investment pool while the balance of the idle cash is invested at several institutions in very secure investments.
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There are two programs for low income as follows: Assessment Fee Exemption is available for residents who qualify. Exemption from community maintenance fee, electric, water, and gas users tax can be qualified for by: 1) Low income - contact office for income levels to qualify 2) Social Security Disability 3) 62 years of age or older Residential Low Income Assistance Program is available for residents whose income levels are at or below qualifying levels and have resided at address for 12 months. This program offers a one time a year discount of one month of billed electric charges. Copy of Income Tax Return is required if filed of latest filing.
Call the Graffiti Hotline at (626) 812-5253 or fill out a request form online.
Call 1 (888) 787-2278 or contact West Coast Cart Services.
For problems Monday through Thursday from 7:00 am to 5:30 pm, please report the following problems:
Uplifted SidewalksPotholesSewer Problems
You may report these issues by phone at (626)812-5244 or email us or fill out a form online.
Please report graffiti to (626) 812-5253 or email us.
Call Athens Disposal (under contract with City) at (626) 336-6100.
Green Waste only with weekly household pick-up, and used oil. For more information, view the City's website.
Call 1 (888) 787-2278 or contact West Coast Cart Services. Contact Brent Hale at (626) 812-5200 ext. 5318 if this does not result in a cart pickup.
You may call Robert Delgadillo at (626) 812-5248 or email at email@example.com
Sweeping is scheduled the day after trash pick-up. Forquestions, contact the Streets Division at (626)812-5244.
The Public Works Department currently uses a telephone tree request method of trimming parkway trees. They are trimmed on a first-come, first-served basis. Emergencies are handled with top priority. To have your tree trimmed / inspected call (626) 812-5260.
The office is located at 320 N. Orange Place, Azusa. Office hours are Monday through Thursday from 7:00 am to 5:30 pm.
James Slauson Community Pool is located at 501 E. 5th Street, Azusa. Public recreation swim starts in June and concludes in early September. Hours are 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm, Monday through Friday and weekends 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm. Monday and Wednesday night is from 8-9:45 pm and Friday is Movie Night from 8:00-9:45 pm . Cost is $3.00 per person on Friday night.