City News

San Marino School Board Salutes Its Departing Student Member

The San Marino Unified School District Board of Education bids farewell to outgoing student member Megan Choa as she graduates high school and moves on to pursue her college education.

Hunter Chang to Run for City Council Seat

Hunter Chang announced his candidacy for San Marino City Council at a press conference on May 6 at Point Space in San Marino.

SMPD Puts Fentanyl Awareness Front and Center

In observance of National Fentanyl Awareness Day, the San Marino Police Department shared information about the opioid, including the dangers of fentanyl poisoning from fake pills and other illicit drugs on its social media.

Lacy Park After Dark Campout Set for June 7

The city’s Lacy Park After Dark Campout will return June 7 at 3 p.m. and conclude the following morning at 10 a.m.

Incontro Praises San Marino Officers, Promotes Home Safety

Police Chief John Incontro recently joined City Club to introduce three officers who were promoted, and briefed club members on an uptick in burglaries.

City Takes Reins of Independence Day Celebrations

San Marino city officials are assuming management responsibilities for Fourth of July celebrations this year after being under the wings of the Rotary Club for previous editions.

Come for the Donuts, Stay for 911 Call Safety

The San Marino Police Department hosted its second annual Donuts With Dispatch on May 4. The event provided children and families with 911 education.

San Marino Unified School District Weighs Facility Needs, Funding Options

A Facilities Advisory Committee recently presented recommendations to the San Marino Unified School District Board of Education, which will consider drafting a potential $200 million bond measure to fund facility upgrades.

San Marino Fire, City Staff Join Family Assistance Center Training

Fire Department and Community Services staff recently participated in Family Assistance Center training with the Los Angeles County Office of Emergency Management.