Notice of Unclaimed Funds




To all interested persons and agencies:

NOTICE IS GEREBY GIVEN that the City of Lynwood holds funds in trust for variety of municipal services and activities.  Checks were processed and mailed out and as of today remain unclaimed.  The checks are three (3) years or older.  The purpose of this notice is to provide notification that funds will become property of the City of Lynwood after April 11, 2017 if left unclaimed.

For public review a list of unclaimed funds will be available at the City Clerk’s Office at the City of Lynwood, 11330 Bullis Road, Lynwood, CA 90262 until Tuesday, April 11, 2017 5:00 p.m.   If your name appears on the list and you wish to claim such funds, please submit a claim form which will be provided.

If you should have any questions, please contact Lilly Hampton at ext 239.



Lynwood Transit Area Specific Plan, Environmental Impact Report & Video

Lynwood Transit Area Specific Plan Video

PROJECT NAME:  Lynwood Transit Area Strategic Plan

  • Transit Area Specific Plan
  • Transit Area Specific Plan Environmental Impact Report (SCH No. 2015121020)

    The Lynwood Transit Area Specific Plan includes policies and development standards to guide the development of future transit-oriented communities within the 315-acre project area, which generally encompasses properties located along Long Beach Boulevard, from Virginia Ave. to Norton Ave., along Imperial Highway from Alameda Street to Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., the Plaza Mexico Shopping Center, the Long Beach Boulevard Green Line Station and Long Beach Boulevard/I-105 Freeway Ramps, the industrial uses along Alameda Street and existing residential and commercial uses located along Beechwood Ave., Sanborn Ave., Mulford Ave., and California Ave.

The Specific Plan concentrates and prioritizes development of key opportunity sites along major roadway corridors, existing industrial and hospital districts, and existing neighborhoods. In addition, the Specific Plan is intended to facilitate transit oriented community design by promoting complete streets, expanded transit services, and enhanced pedestrian and bicycle linkages throughout the project area.  Full implementation of the Specific Plan during the 25-year planning period envisions an increased density and intensity of existing land uses.

On September 6, 2016 at a regularly scheduled Council meeting, The Lynwood Transit Area Specific Plan and Environmental Impact report was adopted by unanimous vote at the conclusion of the requisite Public Hearing.


Please click below to view reports.

Proposed Water and Sewer Rate Adjustments


This is an updated notice for the public hearing on the proposed water and sewer rate adjustments. The previous date of March 21, 2017 has been rescheduled; the new date for the public hearing is April 18, 2017.

The City of Lynwood (“City”) is considering a five-year water and sewer rate adjustment for all residential and non-residential customers. The proposal will be considered by the City Council at a Public Hearing on April 18, 2017 at 6:00 pm. If adopted, the proposed rate changes will become effective on or after June 1, 2017.


The City is required by State law and City policy to collect revenues sufficient to cover the costs of operating the water and sewer systems. These revenues allow the City to protect public health; and safely and reliably treat and convey water and sewer. Costs that must be recovered through rate revenue include purchased water, electricity, equipment, supplies, treatment chemicals, debt service, along with salaries and benefits. Additionally, revenues generated from the water and sewer rate increases  would be used to finance the repair and renovation of  the City’s  aging water and sewer infrastructure, and restore  depleting reserve funds that have been drawn down to compensate for lower levels of water consumption. Currently, the City water system relies on five water wells to provide water; 4 out of the 5 wells are older than 66 years, with the oldest being in service for 85 years. Water and Sewer pipeline infrastructure is equally aged, resulting in increased water main breaks and sewer backups.

Additionally, Section 6.07 of the Indenture of Trust Agreement regarding the 2009 Water and Sewer Bonds (the debt covenants), dated May 1, 2009, established the requirements to collect sufficient revenue to annually pay expenses, capital improvements and debt service payments, while maintaining adequate reserves.  However, water and sewer rates were last increased in 2012, and revenues have dropped due to the State mandated water conservation goals, causing non-payment default of the debt covenant.  The City’s non-compliance with its debt covenants could cause a downgrade of the City’s bond rating and may prove to be a significant obstacle to the issuance of additional debt necessary to maintain and rebuild the City’s water and sewer systems, or such additional debt would be issued with significant increases in interest costs to the City. The proposed rate increases are essential to restoring compliance with the debt covenants.


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