California State Department of Fish & Game 4665 Lampson Ave, Los Alamitos, CA90720 This is the regional branch of the California Department of Fish & Game. It houses the department's law enforcement…More branch including some of the state's 250 wardens. It's also where members of the public can go to obtain hunting and fishing licenses. The department shares a a building on Lampson Avenue with a private educational research firm called WestEd. To find the California Department of Fish & Game's licensing office, park in the free lot and go to the building's rear entrance.
The Los Alamitos Unified School District is the administrative body responsible for the community's six elementary…More schools, two middle schools, one comprehensive high school and one continuation high school. The elementary schools are Hopkinson, Lee, Los Alamitos, McGaugh, Rossmoor and Weaver. The two middles schools are McAuliffe and Oak. The high schools include Los Alamitos High and Laurel High continuation school. Scattered throughout Los Alamitos, Rossmoor and Seal Beach, the schools serve students from all three communities. Governed by a five-member elected school board, the district's elections are held in even years with about half the board's seats expiring each election year. School board meetings are typically held on the second and fourth Wednesdays of the month. The school district offers several programs including special education, extended day care and the Gifted and Talented Education program.</p>
<p>Gregory A. Franklin is the district's superintendent.</p>
Orange County Fire Authority, Fire Station No. 2 3642 Green Ave, Los Alamitos, CA90720 The city of Los Alamitos does not have a fire department. Instead, the communities of Los Alamitos and Rossmoor are…More served by the Orange County Fire Authority's Station No. 2. The station employs nine people working in shifts of three at a time. The staff includes three captains, three firefighters and three engineers in addition to its reserve force. The station has one engine and one back-up company.
Orange County Fire Authority 211 8th St, Seal Beach, CA90740 Founded in 1930, Orange County Fire Authority is located adjacent to Seal Beach City Hall and serves the Seal Beach…More area. It is home to one fire engine and a squad unit. Station 44 is staffed by a rotating group of three captains, three engineers and three firefighters. Reserve firefighters also serve the unit. It is also a safe-surrender site, where newborns can be abandoned legally.
Naval Weapons Station Seal Beach 800 Seal Beach Blvd, Seal Beach, CA90740 The Naval Weapons Station provides various support services for all naval fleets and personnel. Services include child…More care, clinical counseling, employment assistance, financial management counseling, new-parent support and relocation assistance. Call the office directly for more information.
Vet Center - Joint Forces Training Base Los Alamitos 11200 Lexington Dr, Los Alamitos, CA90720 The Vet Center at the Joint Forces Training Base Los Alamitos offers various resources for active national guard…More and reserve personnel. The center focuses many of its efforts on employer support and job placement.
Bordering Los Angeles County, Los Alamitos is a small North Orange County City with nearly 12,000 people. The city…More celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2010 with a year of events, including a carnival and parade. Los Alamitos has its own police department, and it contracts with the Orange County Fire Authority for its fire services. The city is home to the Los Alamitos Medical Center and the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base.</p>
<p>The Los Alamitos Civic Center is located on Katella Avenue just off the 605 (San Gabriel) Freeway, before the intersection of the city's two main drags—Los Alamitos Boulevard and Katella Avenue. The city is served by a five-member City Council elected at large, with the position of mayor rotating annually. Elections are staggered every two years, and each council term is for four years. In Los Alamitos, the position of mayor is not a full-time position. The Los Alamitos city manager is the city's executive officer. Major city departments located at the civic center include the police, public works and recreation and community services departments.</p>
Rossmoor Community Services District 3001 Blume Dr, Los Alamitos, CA90720 Rossmoor is an unincorporated island bordering the San Gabriel Freeway (605), Seal Beach and Los Alamitos. Under Orange…More County's jurisdiction, Rossmoor does not have a city hall or a mayor. Rather, it has the Rossmoor Community Services District and General Manager Henry Taboada. Funded with property tax revenue, the district manages parks and facilities within the community of roughly 10,300 people. It also contracts for services such as street sweeping in Rossmoor. Served by a Board of Directors, the district is located at Rush Park. The district also serves as a liaison between residents and the county on issues ranging from traffic, wildlife, sewer and police and fire services. The district's board of supervisors meets the second Tuesday of each month at 7pm at the Rush Park Auditorium.
Los Alamitos Police Department 3201 Katella Ave, Los Alamitos, CA90720 Los Alamitos Police Chief Todd Mattern has been leading the department since 2008 after serving nearly two decades with…More the force. The department has two divisions, including Support Services and Operations, which encompasses patrol, investigations and the reserve officers' program. The Los Amalitos Police Department is part of the West County SWAT team, a joint task force of officers from Cypress, Seal Beach, Fountain Valley and Westminster. The city of Los Alamitos has a relatively low crime rate, with property crimes vastly outnumbering serious crimes against people.
State of California Army Air Force Exchange Service 4340 Yorktown Ave, Los Alamitos, CA90720 State of California Army Air Force Exchange Service is a military training center. This large space has everything from…More an airplane landing strip to a wedding chapel. Because military personnel live on premises, there are all sorts of amenities, including a restaurant, retail shops, a sizable sports park, gym and large pool. A joint forces center, you'll find both army and air force members here, as well as a recruiting office for both.
McNulty & Saacke 3562 Howard Ave, Los Alamitos, CA90720 McNulty & Saacke is a law firm located in Los Alamitos, Walnut Creek and Torrance. This law firm specializes in…More alternative dispute resolution, business litigation, elevator litigation, product and premises liability, investment loss, government tort litigation, lender liability, maritime, insurance fraud, risk management support and more.
Rossmoor Los Alamitos Sewer District 3231 Katella Ave, Los Alamitos, CA90720 Rossmoor Los Alamitos Sewer District is a governement-run sewer cleaning, construction and monitoring agency in Los…More Alamitos. It has 8,000 sewer connections throughout the 54-linear-mile system and is funded via tax revenues and other public sources.
Magensa 1710 Apollo Ct, Seal Beach, CA90740 Magensa is a fraud prevention and detection service. It offers global accessibility. Its clients are…More consumers, financial institutions, retailers, businesses and government agencies. It has demonstrated its validity and trustworthiness time and time again. Performing an online transaction? Magensa is behind it, protecting your information.
Treasure Drywall 3405 Cerritos Ave, Los Alamitos, CA90720 Treasure Drywall specializes in constructing interior and exterior walls for commercial, industrial and residential…More clients. Its services include drywall installation, suspended acoustical ceilings and welding. The construction company has served government, retail and hospitality clients. Free quotes are available.
Smart Source 10859 Portal Dr, Los Alamitos, CA90720 Smart Source is national company that specializes in computer and audio visual rentals. It offers a wide range of…More products, which include laptops, tablets, and plasma moniters from different brands, such as Dell and HP. Its clients include financial institutions, governement agencies and legal firms. It also offers server solutions for trade shows and meetings.
City of Seal Beach Lifeguards 888 Ocean Ave, Seal Beach, CA90740 Located at the base of the Seal Beach Pier, the Seal Beach Lifeguard Department operates year round to protect…More beachgoers along the city's two-mile stretch of beach and surfside. The department has five rescue units, a boat, one personal watercraft and seven lifeguard towers. There are three full-time lifeguards, who work year round and 40 seasonal lifeguards, who work during the summer months. The department is part of the California Surf Lifesaving Association and offers an annual junior lifeguard program. In addition to patrolling the beach, rescuing swimmers and treating injuries, Seal Beach lifeguards spend much of the summer season treating stingray victims because of the large population of stingrays in local waters. Each spring, potential lifeguards have the opportunity to try out for a lifeguard position through a series of swimming and running tests and interviews.
City of Seal Beach 211 8th St, Seal Beach, CA90740 Seal Beach is a coastal North Orange County city bordering Los Angeles County. It is separated from Long Beach by the…More San Gabriel River, which crosses under Pacific Coast Highway. With a population of roughly 25,000, Seal Beach turned 95 in 2010 and has come a long way from it's earliest identity as Bay City, an early 20th century tourist draw popular for its beachside roller coaster at the Fun Zone and for its lawless element and casino boat. Seal Beach is best known for its long wooden pier, its Old Town Main Street, the Seal Beach Naval Weapons Station, Boeing and Leisure World. Seal Beach City Hall stands out as the tall, strikingly white historic building that dominates 8th Street in Seal Beach. It is served by a five-member City Council elected by district. Seal Beach is a charter city 13.23 square-miles in size. However the Seal Beach Naval Weapons Station and the National Wildlife Refuge, occupy a majority of the land in the city
US Bank 10942 Pine St, Los Alamitos, CA90720 US Bank offers an extensive array of banking products and services for personal, business, and government…More use. Customers can use US Bank's convenient online banking to pay their bills, mortgages, and credit cards online. This Los Alamitos branch is on the corner of Katella and Pine streets. It features one exterior ATM and a drive- through teller window. Spanish-speaking representatives are available.
The Best Western Los Alamitos Inn and Suites is efficient and sparkling with cleanliness and new appointments. Rooms…More have refrigerators and microwaves as well as coffeemakers, alarm clocks and irons. Suites feature 32-inch plasma TVs.</p>
<p>The hotel provides a free hot breakfast every day from 6:30 to 9:30am. Best Western offers discounts for members of the Auto Club, AARP and governement organizations. Its reservations line is 888-899-9163.</p>