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Costa Mesa is located in southwestern California in Orange County. The name "Costa Mesa" directly translates from Spanish to English as "coastland." The city was incorporated into California in 1953 as a somewhat rural farming community based on cattle grazing and agricultural production. Today it has grown into a suburban "edge" city that has an economy which is based on retail, commerce and light manufacturing. The city hosts the Orange County Fair each year in July, bringing more than one million visitors.

Population: 108724
Local Newspapers: The Daily Pilot Los Angeles Times
Local Sports Teams: LA Clippers (NBA) LA Dodgers (MLB) LA Galaxy (MLS) LA Lakers (NBA) LA Kings (NHL) LA Sparks (WNBA)
Local Colleges: Vanguard University of Southern California Whittier Law School National University

Zip Codes associated with costa mesa, california: 92626 92627
Towns/Cities near costa mesa, california : Huntington Beach Fountain Valley Santa Ana Tustin Irvine

Costa Mesa News
CalPERS' unbelievable arrogance

A state senator asks CalPERS to analyze eliminating COLAS - perpetual raises - from public employee pensions, and lowering pensions modestly going forward. And State Sen. John Moorlach, R-Costa Mesa, gets this from CalPERS board president, Rob Feckner: "Feckner said he won't repeat what he said on first seeing the Moorlach letter.

Over 700 People Attend 'The Last Inhabitant' Premiere in Glendale

From left to right: Panel moderator Asbarez Editor Ara Khachatourian,director Jivan Avetisyan, System of a Down lead singer Serj Tankian, cast member Anne Bedian, Artsakh Arts and Cultural Foundation chairperson Garo Madenlian, and executive producer Adrineh Mirzayan. Over 700 people were in attendance at the screening of "The Last Inhabitant" organized by the Artsakh Arts and Cultural Foundation at the Alex Theater. Among the attendees were the producer of   the movie  , Eric Esrailian, the Consulate General of Armenia in Los Angeles, Minister Plenipotentiary Valery Mkertoumian, Consul Armella Shakaryan, and His Eminence Archbishop Moushegh Mardirossian.

Best of Orange County 2017: Best dog park

There is a mile and a quarter of doggy heaven along Pacific Coast Highway it's the only place in the county where off-leash dogs can play on the beach and in the water. Huntington Dog Beach, located between Seapoint Avenue and 21st Street, draws locals and visitors alike; on any given day you'll find off-leash pups of all shapes and sizes joyously cooling off in the waves or running along the sand with their owners.

South Coast Plaza's Exclusive 50th Anniversary Collection

In April, there was a gala dinner with celebs such as Dita Von Teese at the stately Getty Center in Los Angeles. But throughout the 50th anniversary year, the luxe Costa Mesa, Calif.-retail center is offering ways to celebrate its golden anniversary open to anyone with a comfortable credit card account.

Iconic American Artist Mark Kostabi to showcase new original...

Discover the daring contemporary artistry of Mark Kostabi and meet the often-described "Bad-Boy Painter" in San Francisco, CA on October 20th and in Costa Mesa, CA at South Coast Plaza on October 21st. "Why are the figures faceless? It's a universal language free of racial limitations, and a reflection of society's fear of individuality."

Goleta City Council Rejects Hollister Village's Plan to Add 33 Apartments

The Goleta City Council rejected developer Westar Associates' plan to build 33 more apartments in Goleta on top of the the 266 Hollister Village units it has already. The vote was 4-1, with council members Stuart Kasdin, Kyle Richards, Michael Bennett and Mayor Paula Perotte voting against a General Plan amendment for the project, and Councilman Roger Aceves supported it.

Enrolling Now: Comprehensive California Family Law Training

If you have just hung your shingle out there as a California family lawyer, or are planning on doing so, The Rutter Group's CFLR is offering a three-day seminar that can teach you and your staff the ins and outs of California family practice: Basic Training: Family Law . Experienced practitioners and their support staff can benefit by learning the current best practices and procedures from leading experts in the field and the current Supervising Judge of the Los Angeles County Court Family Law Division.

OC Pilot Program Aims to Solve Homeless Hygiene Problem

One local city is considering adding what they call "spartan" public restrooms to deal with growing problem of homeless hygiene. Costa Mesa City Councilman John Stephens acknowledges that they've tried this before and failed, but this time, he says, they've got some different ideas on how to make these restrooms work.

CA Council Reviewing Firefighter Raises, Pension Changes

Sept. 18--Costa Mesa firefighters would see their pay increase and they would be required to contribute more toward their retirement under a tentative new contract that will go before the City Council on Tuesday. Under the contract, the 73 association members would receive four 3% pay raises between now and Jan. 1, 2019, according to a city staff report.

The sudden death of Tustin teen Hillary Moss leaves her family and friends 'devastated'

Hillary Moss, right, with her family Mitch, Tyler, Shannon and Nancy. The Tustin teen, an honors student at Beckman High, died unexpectedly Wednesday, Sept.

Costa Mesa considers adding 'spartan' restrooms to deal with growing homeless issues

Faced with continuing issues with the local homeless population, officials in Costa Mesa have again floated the idea of installing new public restrooms that would provide a hygienic and safe place for transients to use. City Councilman John Stephens broached the topic during Friday's meeting of a liaison committee made up of representatives from the city, Costa Mesa Sanitary District, Mesa Water and Newport-Mesa Unified School districts.

Costa Mesa considers adding 'spartan' restrooms to deal with growing homeless issues

Costa Mesa agencies are considering installing additional public restrooms. This model by Madden Fabrication is one example.

Power outage hits part of Costa Mesa after driver speeds into electrical vault

The driver of a car traveling at high speeds had to be cut out of the vehicle after crashing it into a water control valve, electrical vault, city sign and block fence in Costa Mesa Sunday night. Officers responded to Placentia Avenue and Swan Circle just before 9:45 p.m. and found the damaged sedan, said Costa Mesa police Sgt.

Santa Ana celebrates Mexico's Independence Day with one big fiesta

On Sunday, her 8-year-old daughter Veronica helped bring that culture to life as she danced in colorful costumes at a huge event to commemorate Mexican Independence Day in the heart of Santa Ana. In all, city officials said some 200,000 people were expected to attend the weekend-long 39th Annual Fiestas Patrias, which included a parade Sunday afternoon with floats, bands, dance and equestrian groups.

5 free things to do this week in Orange County, Sept. 17-23

The Irvine Global Village Festival, taking place Sept. 23, will feature live music, dance, cultural displays, food and fun activites for kids.

Industrial Metal Supply To Participate in Trade Shows

LOS ANGELES, Sept. 17, 2017 : California-based Industrial Metal Supply announces plans to continue their annual tradition of involvement and commitment to off-road enthusiasts by participating in both the Sand Sports Super Show and the Lucas Oil Off-Road Expo.

Costa Mesa man, 50, sentenced to 25 years to life in prison for sex with 4-year-old relative

SANTA ANA A 50-year-old Costa Mesa man was sentenced to 25 years to life in prison on Friday for having sexual intercourse and committing lewd acts on a four-year-old relative. An Orange County Superior Court jury on June 29 found Ricardo Interiano-Rivas guilty of multiple felony counts of sexual intercourse with a child under age 10 and lewd act on a child under 14, according to the Orange County District Attorney's Office.

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