?This week, the City Council approved a motion to increase Neighborhood Council funding by an additional $5,000 each year.Read More
?The City of Los Angeles has recently embarked on a four year journey to update the General Plan. The General Plan is the constitution for future growth and development within the city. It is at the heart and foundation of the city’s long-range vision and serves as the basis for decisions that affect all aspects of our everyday lives – from where we live and work to how we move about and where we spend our time with friends and family.Read More
Senator Hertzberg will be hosting a Coffee at Pacoima City Hall for Veterans. We hope that service men and woman will join us for coffee and conversation. Please share with all the honorable veterans in the community.Read More
This week, the City Council unanimously approved a citywide plan to create jobs and make Los Angeles more business-friendly.
Just 15 months ago, Council President Herb Wesson appointed Councilmember Paul Krekorian chair of the Ad Hoc Committee on Comprehensive Job Creation Plan (Jobs Committee) to present a strategy to stimulate economic and job growth throughout the city and overhaul the way LA serves the business community. The comprehensive Job Creation Plan that was presented to the Los Angeles City Council accomplishes that goal.
The Office of Congressman Tony Cárdenas invites you to the Annual Veterans Day Forum on November 11 from 4:00p.m. to 7:00p.m. at Richard E. Byrd Middle School, 8501 Arleta Ave, Sun Valley, CA 91352. This event is free and will provide food, entertainment, and resources for the Veteran, friend, and family.Read More
Participate in one of LADWP’s 2016 Integrated Resources Plan workshops to help chart the course for the City’s power supply over the next 20 years.
Your input can help LADWP transform Los Angeles into a healthier, cleaner, more sustainable City.
Trump or Clinton? Legal marijuana? No more death penalty? Property tax increases? Homeless aid? There’s a lot at stake this election.
County election officials reminded residents Thursday that Monday is the deadline to register to vote in the upcoming election.
The City Council is in the beginning stages of an open and public conversation about how best to regulate all aspects of the marijuana, or cannabis, industry within the City of Los Angeles.Read More
?The nonprofit Neighborhood Council Sustainability Alliance (NCSA), in collaboration with the City of Los Angeles, invites Neighborhood Councils and city residents to learn about Cool Blocks LA, a free, five-month pilot program that helps neighborhoods become planet-friendly, disaster-resilient, and community-rich.Read More
?Our parks are important to our communities. This questionnaire is a great opportunity to let the City of Los Angeles know your thoughts about our parks. What is working? What needs improvement? What’s missing? What would you love to see more of in your community park?Read More
Sincere thanks to everyone who attended and supported the Valley Disaster Preparedness Fair on Saturday, October 1, 2016. A very special Thank You to those Neighborhood Councils that hosted an Outreach table. We had a great turnout with about 3,000 attending.Read More
ou are invited to attend an Educational Symposium on providing alternatives in education for an underserved population. As we are all aware, not every student thrives in a traditional setting.Read More
?Is your passport about to expire? Are you a Veteran waiting on a VA claim? Or maybe you just want to pay a visit to some friendly dogs and cats.
Come by the mobile office today – Saturday, October 8 from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. at the Best Friends Animal Society, 15321 Brand Blvd, Mission Hills, CA 91345.
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?Saturday October 1, 2016
10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Free admission • Free family EP kits* • Free parking
Free food* (all-beef hot dogs, hamburgers, and veggieburgers with fixings)
Everything is free at the Fair to encourage everyone to be disaster ready.
?This year’s Congress of Neighborhoods for the Neighborhood Councils (NCs) was up in attendance by the hundreds and consistent in quality as previous years.Read More
This month, the City Council voted to support a plan to simplify the process to allow for new neighborhood councils in smaller communities that are part of existing NCs. The old de-certification process was an unfair and overbearing process to people who serve as volunteers.Read More
Sat, October 8th, 10am – 1pm
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