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Daisy Avenue Christmas Tree Lane Parade – Wrigley Community of Long Beach

Daisy Avenue Christmas Tree Lane Parade

Saturday, December 14, 2013

5:00 pm – 7:00 pm

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The 60th Annual Daisy Lane Parade is a unique community event sponsored by the City of Long Beach.  The event will include holiday displays, entertainment and a parade. Many area residents decorate their homes and their will be a beautiful Christmas Village and nativity scene. Bring your blankets, chairs and don’t forget to bundle up. You won’t want to miss one second of the magic! The fun starts Saturday, December 14th at 5:00pm on Daisy Avenue. The parade runs along Daisy Avenue between Burnett Street and Pacific Coast Highway.

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Christmas & Holiday Safety Tips for Long Beach Residents

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Christmas trees float in Alamitos Bay and Colorado Lagoon in Long Beach, California.

Christmas & Holiday Safety Tips for Long Beach Residents

Long Beach
Police Department
400 W. Broadway
Long Beach, CA 90802
(562) 435-6711Jim McDonnell, Chief of Police


The Long Beach Police Department would like to remind everyone to report suspicious activity immediately by calling police dispatch at 9-1-1 or (562) 435-6711and to practice the following safety tips:

While shopping:

-Place all gifts and packages in the trunk or out of sight
-Be aware of your surroundings at all times and walk with confidence
-Park in well-lighted areas
-Avoid shopping alone; there is safety in numbers
-Use credit or debit cards for purchases to avoid carrying large amounts of cash
-Keep car doors locked and windows closed
-Carry purses or bags close to your body
-Have the car key in your hand prior to getting to your vehicle

-Report suspicious persons or packages to on-site security or police

Suggestions in and around your home:

-Keep gifts in areas that cannot be seen from doorways or windows
-Install exterior motion sensor lighting
-Keep bushes and shrubbery trimmed to eliminate places for thieves to hide
-Postpone mail and newspaper deliveries while traveling

-Do not store gifts in vehicles or unsecured areas

Suggestions for business operators:

-Lock unused doors (in compliance with Fire Codes)
-Keep only necessary cash in the register
-Vary the schedule and route for bank deposits each day
-Make sure the register is clearly visible to passers-by
-Advertise your security alarm system with signs in visible locations
-Ensure video surveillance cameras capture facial features

-Develop a mutual aid system among stores on your block or close to you

For additional crime prevention tips, visit