Learn how to:



  • Create a household budget

  • Open and manage a checking account

  • Start and manage a savings account

  • Better Manage your money

Classes start August 4th at 6:00 p.m. at the Imperial Public Library, 200 W. 4th Street. Imperial, CA. Call (760) 355-1332.


To reserve a seat, preregister at the library. Walk-ins permitted as space permits.


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#VoteIMPERIAL
ELECTION UPDATE
AUGUST 17, 2016
 
The extended nomination period for City Council position closed today and the following is a complete list of candidates to be voted on at the November 8, 2016 General Municipal Election:
 
City Council – Two seats to be voted for: (names in alphabetical order)
 
P. Robert Amparano
Rick Breland
Mark T. Gran
Lee H, Hindman
Darrell W. Pechtl
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#SuperJuly

The U.S. House of Representatives has designated July as National Parks & Recreation Month. The Imperial City Council proclaimed July as National Parks and Recreation Month during their Regular Meeting on July 6, 2016. Both Public Services/Parks and Recreation Departments were recognized for their ongoing efforts to provide quality programs and recreational facilities for the community of Imperial.

 

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We at the City understand that shade is a vital part to weathering the heat. We understand our residents concern about the shades at our Imperial Splash Pad and want to answer your questions.

What happened to the shades at the Splash Pad?


In a routine facility inspection, it was determined that the shades and poles around the splash pad need to be replaced. This job would take several months to complete. Being that it was so close to Summer, the City didn't want to close the facility and deprive our residents of one of the City's top recreational areas. It was determined that if the shades were removed, the facility would be safe and remain operational for the public.


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"The Golden State gives us the game-changing tech of Silicon Valley, the glamour of the red carpet, and the ideal picture of how to live a healthy, active lifestyle. From the Golden Gate Bridge to the Giant Dipper roller coaster at Mission Beach, California is a state full of iconic landmarks that have become part of the very fabric of America. These 20 cities embody the best that this sunny, easygoing state has to offer when it comes to protecting hearth and home.


All of the cities on our list have more than 11,000 residents, which makes their outstanding safety records even more impressive. Over 50 percent of California’s safest cities had fewer than 20 violent crimes during the FBI’s most recent reporting period, and 17 of the 20 cities reported zero incidents of murder. In 75 percent of these cities, the chance of falling victim to a violent crime is less than one in 1,000. When it comes to property crime, your chance of becoming a victim is less than 10 in 1,000 for 90 percent of the cities we’ve recognized.


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