With the city gripped by a dangerous heat wave, Mayor Eric Garcetti on Friday ordered that the San Fernando Valley’s seven cooling centers extend their hours over the weekend.Read More
The results are in for the 2016 Neighborhood Council Elections! 25,571 voters voted for 1,839 candidates in 82 elections and 8 selections this year. The oldest candidate was 93 years old; the youngest just 14.Read More
You’re invited to join the Neighborhood Council Sustainability Alliance (NCSA) on Saturday, July 9, for an Open Space circle (aka an “unconference”) where YOU propose topics for discussion, and then convene or join topic sessions you care most about.Read More
Going to a professional fireworks show is truly the safest way to celebrate the 4th of July.
Below is a listing of fireworks shows in the Los Angeles area for 2016. This list is provided by the the Los Angeles Fire Department, the Los Angeles County Fire Department, and the Children’s Burn Foundation, and they will continue to add shows over the next several days, so please visit http://www.safejuly4th.org/fwshows.htm, for any possible updates.
?July 4th Fireworks Expected to Fill Shelters with Scared/Lost Pets
LA Animal Services is gearing up for our busiest time of the year and we need YOUR help to create life-saving space in our City shelters.
?Over the last 25 years, Metro’s growth in LA County has transformed mobility and connectivity across the region. As the nation’s third largest transit agency, the organization is governed by a 14-member Board of Directors and led by Metro CEO Phil Washington, who oversees 9,892 full-time employees.Read More
?The $120 billion plan for LA County transportation improvements over the next 50 years provides no guarantees for state’s largest CSU campus
SACRAMENTO – Sen. Bob Hertzberg, D-Van Nuys, issued a call today to the Los Angeles County Metropolitan (Metro) Board to consider amending its expenditure plan for a proposed sales tax measure scheduled to be placed on the November ballot and include specific projects benefiting
?Southern California is in for a heat wave this weekend, as temperatures are expected to reach 100 degrees or more over the next few days.Read More
?FREE DISPOSAL KITS
Kits for Personal Disposal, Do Not Bring Medication
SUNDAY, JUNE 12, 2016
10:00AM TO 2:00PM
?Do you have questions about the June 7 primary? Not sure where your polling place is or what’s on the ballot? We’ve got you covered.Read More
This month’s Emergency Management Department (EMD) bulletin focuses on neighborhood disaster planning and the 5 Steps program, the City of Los Angeles official neighborhood disaster planning tool.Read More
A community meeting regarding upcoming LADWP, LA Sanitation and LA County water enhancement projects coming to the area.Read More
As the City of Los Angeles prepares for the largest anti-poverty program in the city’s history, please see the infographic below regarding helpful facts for both employers and employees regarding the new Minimum Wage set to effect July 1, 2016.Read More
As you look for ways to make a difference in your communities on the issues you care about most, we want you to be aware of the Mayor’s Summer Night Lights program.Read More
Today Bill Clinton will be have a rally for his wife Hilary at the corner of Bradley Ave./Van Nuys Bl. in Pacoima. The event starts at 12 pm.Read More
The 1994 election made California history. The first openly gay person was elected to the California legislature. That person was Sheila Kuehl, now LA County Supervisor for the Third District which stretches from the ocean cities of Malibu, Santa Monica and Venice east to Los Feliz and through the whole San Fernando Valley to Pacoima and San Fernando.Read More