These amazing people went above and beyond the average typical neighbor, and during COVID-19 the Fountain Valley community spirit has not stopped. We've gathered three stories from the community that show caring, kindness, and cash!
The Orange County Public Library is compiling residents favorite original or adapted recipes for a community cookbook! Remember when your grandma made that special dish just for you? The meaning behind it and why you love it so much create that long-lasting foodie bond of memories. Share your memories in the community cookbook and relive neighbors and friends memories through food!
Fountain Valley's City Manager, Rob Houston, sent out a press release stating Fountain Valley's initial open date of May 1 has been adjusted to May 15, 2020. The city, and its services, remain under the 'stay at home' order and citizens are asked to leave their homes for essential activities only.
The following press release was sent by The Governor's Office of Emergency Services, an outside organization. Lake Forest Shop & Dine does not edit press releases and we publish them to bring you direct information. The Governor’s Office of Emergency Services (Cal OES) issued guidance for the Emergency Feeding Program which outlines program eligibility, funding ratios of 75% FEMA, 19% State and 6% local, and reimbursement rates for restaurants by meal. Currently, funding for this program will be available from April 24, 2020 through May 10, 2020.
Starting Friday, April 24 some essential workers in Orange County are required to wear face masks while at work. The directive does not apply to customers. Vice Chairman Andrew Do, First District Supervisor, initiated the directive synonymous with the April 1 guidance from the California Department of Public Health, suggesting face coverings to be worn in public.
Hi locals! It's your favorite food editors here and we found a $5 lunch in under 5 minutes at Kech Cafe! The best part about this is Kech is giving FREE garlic bread with your pasta!
Fountain Valley wants to expedite small restaurant openings by proposing a Small Format Restaurant Permit in place of the Conditional Use Permit.
Fountain Valley's Restaurant Week kicked off with a bang at the FV Food & Wine Festival Friday, Oct 4. Over 40 vendors served their finest wine and food at Freedom Hall to celebrate the beginning of Fountain Valley Restaurant Week. Peep the photos below and eat your way through Fountain Valley this week to help decide who the restaurant week winner will be! 1) Rocking entertainment Let There Be Rock Schools entertained the crowd with a variety of music starring their students. Let There Be Rock can turn ANYONE into a rock star, and the finale of bootcamp is playing