The Department of Water Resources has provided public notice that an urban advisory group has been named to help implement Gov. Jerry Brown’s Executive Order B-37-16 making water conservation a California way of life.
The advisory group includes representatives of several water agencies from across the state.
The California Department of Water Resources is working with other state agencies to develop a framework to carry out elements of the executive order, with the goal of issuing a proposed draft framework by Jan. 10, 2017.
For more information follow these links:
California Department of Water Resources:
Urban Advisory Group Information:
The Yorba Linda Chamber of Commerce builds an alliance between business owners, residents, and local government. Through a mutual exchange of services and information, the Chamber of Commerce promotes Yorba Linda as a desirable community in which to conduct business, live, shop, and visit. For more information and for upcoming events, please visit the Chamber's website at: www.yorbalindachamber.org
Upcoming Chamber Events: (Click link below for more information)
Shred and Electronic Waste Day
As part of its tradition of bringing first-class recreation amenities to the community, the City of Yorba Linda is proud to provide the community with one of the finest city-owned golf courses in the nation, Black Gold Golf Club.
The Placentia-Yorba Linda Unified School District serves approximately 45 square miles of suburban Northeast Orange County. Residential areas augmented by light industry create a community of diversified populations. The District's 28 schools serve the communities of Placentia and Yorba Linda, as well as parts of Anaheim, Brea, Fullerton, and unincorporated territory.
Here are links where you can access information on a variety of traffic-related topics for Yorba Linda, as well as the region and the state. If you have any questions, you may contact the City's Traffic Division by calling (714) 961-7170.
NOTE: - Many of following links will take you to websites operated by agencies other than the City of Yorba Linda. The City is not responsible for the accuracy or content of those websites.
A stop sign is one of the most valuable, effective, and respected tools for regulating traffic at an intersection. Use the link below for more information on the role of stop signs in traffic control.
Use the link below to access information designed to provide a better understanding of the "how and why" of traffic signals. The more drivers know about the operation of traffic signals, the less they will be frustrated when waiting for a signal to change.
Speed humps are just one of the methods available to the City for managing traffic flow and speed. But they are best used in very specific situations. Click the link below for more information.
Crosswalks are one of the most misunderstood traffic management devices. Click the link below to find out exactly what a crosswalk is, learn how to use crosswalks safely, and get a better understanding of why installing marked crosswalks is not always the best alternative.
Commercial truck traffic is limited to specific routes within the City of Yorba Linda. Use the link below for more information, including a map, on local truck routes.
Truck Route information
All vehicles exceeding the limits of a legal load, as defined by the California Vehicle Code, must obtain a Transportation Permit to travel on streets in Yorba Linda. Use the link below for more information and to access a printable Transportation Permit application.
Transportation Permit information
Posted speed limits are determined in large part by the results of "speed surveys" that show how fast most drivers travel along a given stretch of road. The link below will open the results of the City's 2004 speed survey.
The links below contain information on the amount of traffic on our local streets and state highways throughout California.
Local Traffic Volume - Map
The Orange County Transportation Authority (OCTA) is a multi-modal transportation agency serving Orange County. It coordinates and operates countywide bus and paratransit service, Metrolink commuter-rail service, the 91 Express Lanes toll facility, freeway, street and road improvement projects, motorist aid services, and regulates taxi operations. Click the link below to visit their website.
Metrolink is a regional commuter rail transit service designed to reduce the congestion on highways and improve mobility throughout the Southern California region. Use the link below to visit their website for information on routes, schedules, fares, and a variety of other information.
Caltrans publishes the California Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD) to prescribe uniform standards and specifications for all official traffic control devices in California, including signs, signals, and street markings. The City follows the guidelines and requirements spelled out in this document when deciding if and how to install traffic control devices in Yorba Linda. Click the link below to access this document through the Caltrans website.
Ignorance of the law is no excuse. Use the link below to access the California Vehicle Code.
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