Fireworks Notification

Huntington Park Fireworks Notification

The City of Huntington Park’s Police Department will strictly enforce laws and fines:

  • $1,000 Fine for the Possession/Use of ILLEGAL FIREWORKS
  • $500 Fine for the inappropriate use of Safe & Sane Fireworks
  • No Fireworks allowed in City Parks, public property, or parking lots

Only Safe & Sane Fireworks are permitted on the 4th of July between 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM. All Sane & Safe Fireworks MUST have the State Fire Marshal Seal.

To report the use or sale of illegal fireworks, please contact the Huntington Park Police Department at (323) 584-6254.

For additional information regarding this notification, please click on the “Fireworks” link below:

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HUNTINGTON PARK, CA — On June 17, 2018, Huntington Park Police Officers, in full-tactical gear, were assembled at the intersection of Florence Avenue and Pacific Boulevard, monitoring a large gathering of pedestrians and vehicles participating in an unruly spontaneous street celebration following the conclusion of the Mexico vs. Germany World Cup soccer match, in which Mexico secured a victory.

While officers were monitoring the increasingly hostile crowd a suspect in the crowd fired upon the officers with highly explosive mortar style fireworks.  Only due to evasive actions were the officers not struck by the projectiles.  The same suspect was also observed firing mortar style fireworks directly at a law enforcement helicopter.  The suspect – later identified as Jose Alberto Martinez, 36 years of age – was located by Huntington Park Police Officers shortly after the incident and was arrested on various felony charges.  The actions of the suspect were captured on cell phone video by spectators.  The video footage circulated on various social media platforms and also received local media coverage.

On June 22, 2018, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office filed four counts of Penal Code 245(C) PC (Assault upon peace officer) and one count of Penal Code 18780 PC (use of destructive device and explosive to injure/destroy).  The suspect is currently housed at the Los Angeles County Jail and faces a maximum State Prison sentence of 27 years.

Newly Appointed Police Explorer

The Huntington Park Police Department would like to congratulate Edwin Cartin, Jr. who graduated from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department’s Police Explorer Academy yesterday. Great job Edwin and welcome to our HPPD family.


Pink Patch Project

On Friday, December 8, 2017, Detective Miguel Fuentes and K-9 Kaz presented a check in the amount of $4,252.76 to the City of Hope on behalf of the Pink Patch Project. The Pink Patch Project in a collaborative effort with the Los Angeles County Police Chief’s Association (LACPCA) and over 260 public agencies across the nation raised a total of $700,000.00 to increase public awareness about breast cancer and to fight against the disease. The Huntington Park Police Department would like to thank the Community and the Huntington Park Police Officers Association for the donations, dedication and hard work. A special thanks to Sergeant Abigail Valle for organizing and overseeing the project from the start.


Newly Appointed Police Explorers


The H.P.P.O.A. Would like to welcome our newest Police Explorers to the Huntington Park Police Department! Today eight new young leaders graduated from the Los Angeles County Sherriff’s Police Explorer Academy, Class #99!

Order from first and last:

1. Ashley Torres
2. Jesus Marin
3. Luis Garcia
4. Jason Sanchez
5. Christopher Gonzalez
6. Humberto Rosas
7. Juan Gonzalez
8. Alexa Olmos

Congratulations on a job well done!


The Huntington Park Police Department is pleased to announce two newly appointed Police Explorers, Valerie Lopez and Ray Aranda. The department congratulates them for successfully completing and graduating the Explorer Academy hosted by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.

Valerie Lopez, 16, attends Bell High School and joined the Huntington Park Police Department to “better herself and help her community.” Valerie wants to give back by becoming a registered nurse or a Police Officer. After graduating from high school, Valerie would like to attend a California State University. 

Ray Aranda, 14, attends Linda Marquez High School and joined the Huntington Park Police Department to “become a better citizen.” Ray aspires to become a Mechanical Engineer after graduating from college. Ray would like to attend the University of Southern California after graduating high school. 

General Plan


California state law requires every city and county to prepare a comprehensive, long-term plan to guide its future, known as the General Plan. The General Plan has been called the “blueprint for future development”, because it contains goals and policies necessary to guide public policy for future land uses.

The City of Huntington Pak is preparing a focused update to the City’s General Plan. All residents, business owners, and members of the community are invited to visit to learn more about the focused General Plan update process. Participate in shaping the vision for the future of Huntington Park!

Water Conservation

New Huntington Park Water Restrictions In Effect
Effective June 1, 2015, as amended, Resolution 2015-21 until rescinded by Council

In response to California’s severe drought, the City of Huntington Park has approved new water restrictions for all residents and businesses:
  • Water landscape on Mondays and Thursdays before 6 a.m. or after 6 p.m.
  • No watering sidewalks, alleys or driveways. Use a broom to clear out areas.
  • Wash car with a bucket of water and an automatic shutoff nozzle on the hose
  • Decorative fountains or ponds must only use recirculated water
  • Repair leaky faucets
  • Glasses of water at restaurants by request only
  • Hotels and motels must offer option of not laundering linens and towels.
  • No outside watering during or within 48 hours of measurable rain.

By following these restrictions, you will help the City of Huntington Park do its part in saving water during this time of shortage.

every drop counts

For additional resources and information, visit
To view the City Council “Mandatory Water Conservation” presentation by Public Works, click here.
To view the complete text of the Municipal Code pertaining to Water Shortages, see Title 6, Chapter 5, Article 4.

To report a water violation, please call Code Enforcement at
(323) 826-6693.
Online water violation reporting coming soon.

Huntington Park Water Agencies
Maywood Mutual Water Company #1
5953 Gifford Ave.
Huntington Park, CA
walnut Park Mutual Water Company
2460 E. Florence Ave.
Huntington Park, CA

Drought Restrictions
Golden State Water Company
14835 Graham St.
Santa Fe Springs, CAgswater.comDrought Restrictions

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Pacific Boulevard Revitalization Project

The City of Huntington Park is pleased to announce that construction has commenced for the Pacific Boulevard Revitalization Project (a.k.a. Downtown Revitalization Project). Residents, business owners, and others can find out more about the project by visiting the Community Development Department in City Hall at 6550 Miles Avenue or by clicking the presentation link.

Downtown Revitalization Presentation