By Jay Seidel
La Habra Journal
The city of La Habra Heights recently launched a new website in an effort to provide the community with more information.
In addition, the city launched a newsletter called Guac Talk. Officially launched in April, the newsletter is now fully up and running. According to Councilman Kyle Miller the idea behind Quac Talk is that it is an effort from the city council and staff to keep residents updated on the goings on of city hall and of the events in the community. “Like other cities, we’re trying to strengthen our relationship with our residents through our new website and social media,” Miller said. In May, the city of La Habra Heights’ staff has launched launch a more user-friendly and modern website according to Christopher Yoo in the city manager’s office. “Everything from applying for jobs, watching council meeting videos and locating information about Dial-a-Ride will be at one’s fingertips,” Yoo added. According to Miller, Guac Talk, the new website, and an increased social media presence will make it easier for residents and visitors to stay connected and informed of city information, whether on their home computer, tablet or mobile phone.
To subscribe to Guac Talk, you can do so from the city’s website. If you have comments or ideas for the e-newsletters, call 562-694-6302 or email [email protected].