Coyotes in Newport!
How to Keep Yourself and Your Pets Safe
Have you noticed that, as our community grows, the number of coyotes seen on our city streets seems also to have increased? There are many factors contributing to why the coyote population has become more visible and brazen.
We will have a Newport Beach Police Animal Control Officer and a Fish and Wildlife Officer speak about the steps law enforcement is taking to keep our community safe and how citizens can help in these efforts. Come hear the latest on how to safely deal with this issue and what our city and county are doing about it! Questions and answers follow the presentation.
You don’t want to miss this program! Come with your questions.
Wednesday, November 4th, 2015 *
Reception 5:30 PM | Program 6:00-6:30 PM
* Meeting changed to first Wednesday this month, due to the
Veteran’s Day holiday on November 11 (second Wednesday).
Civic Center Community Room
100 Civic Center Drive
Newport Beach, CA 92660
Intersects Avocado, between Pacific Coast Highway and San Miguel
The Community Room is on the right (directly across from City Council Chambers) when you enter the complex on Civic Center Drive. Parking is available in the Parking Structure and in the parking lot adjacent to the structure.
There's no charge to attend. Please bring your neighbors and friends. Guests are always welcome.
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