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Most unusual - Chris, Karen, Jessica & Allison Briskorn, 1138 W. Park Lane
Most creative - Javier Brito and family, 2603 Olive Lane
Most beautiful - Frank and Lydia, 2805 N. Flower St.
Best use of animation - Francisco and Beatriz Gonzales, 923 W. Orange
Best use of lights - Norma and German Lopez, 2838 Olive Lane
Most traditional - Isabella and Dianna, 946 Fairbrook Lane
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Morrison Park is located in the Santiago Creek sub-watershed, which is part of the greater Santa Ana River Watershed, covering over 200 square miles in Orange County. The existing parking lot and adjacent parkway landscape is approximately 0.35 acres in size. Morrison Park Low Impact Development (LID) Improvement Project demonstrates how LID best management practices (BMPs) may be applied in redevelopment projects to produce long-term water quality benefits. LID is a stormwater management approach aimed to reduce stormwater runoff by designing projects so more stormwater can infiltrate or soak into the ground within a project site rather than flow to the storm drain system. By infiltrating stormwater runoff, not only are valuable groundwater resources replenished, but pollutants are removed from stormwater.
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Exceptional Effort: 939 Fairbrook, 1003 Fairbrook, 929 Orange, 1001 Orange, 2617 Westwood, 2805 Flower, 2818 Flower, 2809 Lowell, 2606 Baker
Honorable Mention:1004 & 1025 Sherwood; 1033, 1028, 1035, 946, 943, 934 Fairbrook, 2932 Fallbrook; 1002, 1005, 1044 Orange; 2826, 2814, 2605, 2617 Westwood 2720 & 2809 olive; 2754 Flower
MPNA lead the latest Santa Ana Police Department Appreciation Event on October 31st. Joined by neighboring neighborhoods - Casa de Santiago, Jack Fisher Park, Floral Park and West Floral Park - an abundance of 'goodies' were delivered to show appreciation for the hard work that is done to keep our neighborhoods safe. PSO Erika Baca lead a wonderful tour of the police facilities. Photos
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California is in its fourth year of severe drought and the State Water Resources Control Board has adopted an expanded emergency regulation to safeguard the state's remaining water supplies. What does this mean to Santa Ana residents?
Access santa-ana.org/waterconservation for more information.
We are continuing to collect CA-CRV cans, plastic bottles and beer bottles (no wine bottles and please do not crush the cans) to redeem at the recycling plant. Our association has been doing this for over 5 years now and has been able to purchase many upgrades for our two parks. Some of the purchases include: a concrete bench at Morrison Park (the city donated a matching one), Sycamore trees at Morrison Park, and plantings around the park signs at both Eldridge and Morrison Park.
The bottles and cans can be dropped off at 1202 W Park Lane. Please place them on the left side of the garage door. Cardboard boxe are also accepted!
Neighborhood Watch is one of the oldest crime prevention concepts employed in residential areas involving local citizens. Santa Ana's Neighborhood Watch program not only allows citizens to become active in the fight against crime, it also provides them an opportunity to bond through service.
Access www.ci.santa-ana.ca.us/pd/neighborhood_watch.asp for more information.