Eddie Greenberg, a longtime Santa Monica parking structure maintenance supervisor at the Third Street Promenade, is slated to be honored at a 30th anniversary public service ceremony at noon Friday, June 29th, at 1457 Third St. in Santa Monica for his distinguished service, years of hard work, dedication and commitment to the city.

A native of Montreal, Greenberg, 64, has lived in Santa Monica since the age of seven, and has worked for the City of Santa Monica since 1977. He worked with labor leader CÈsar Ch·vez and the United Farm Workers Union for nearly 20 years, beginning in the late 1960s.

As a dedicated environmentalist, Greenberg says he supports Santa Monica’s longtime environmentally-friendly approach to maintenance.

City staff members, business and community leaders and local elected officials are scheduled to speak at the event. In addition, there will be performances from Third Street Promenade artists and street performers and Greenberg’s friends, family and employees are expected to attend. There will also be a cake-cutting tribute ceremony.

Organized by the Alliance for Survival, the event is free and open to the public.

Information, the Alliance for Survival, (310) 399-1000.