COSTA MESA — The Costa Mesa Police Department is set to reopen a police substation on the city's Westside in about a month, according to authorities.
The substation is near Lions Park at 567 W. 18th St. and is part of a joint effort between the City Council and Police Department to reach out to the community and have a greater presence on the Westside, according to Lt. Bryan Glass.
The location will not be open to the public and will largely serve as an office for the two new park rangers who are expected to work in Lions Park, Capt. Les Gogerty said. People with urgent police needs should visit the main police station at 99 Fair Drive or dial 911, he said.