The 15th Annual Granada Hills Street Faire was a huge success for the community. Thousands of people walked the four block stretch on Chatsworth St. in the Granada Village. There was good food, Entertainment, Oktoberfest, Classic Car Show and over 150 different vendors to choose from. Just a wonderful day for all! Video courtesy of […]
Mobile users in LA County now have the ability to send text messages to 9-1-1, giving hearing and speech impaired residents, or those in situations where it is too dangerous to dial 9-1-1, and making noise could put their life in jeopardy, a potentially lifesaving option.
We want to hear from you! The Los Angeles Department of Public Health (LADPH) has formed a Community Advisory Group (CAG) to assist in the upcoming Aliso Canyon Natural Gas Blowout Health Study. If you have health concerns, health questions, or health symptoms which might be attributed to the Aliso Canyon Natural Gas Blowout, click here […]
John S. Lee’s Inauguration & Swearing in Ceremony was held on Saturday 7th, 2019 at the beautiful Oakridge Estate 10-acre park in Northridge. It was a wonderful hot event and over 400 people showed up to support CD Twelve’s new Councilmember. Video courtesy of Mark Hovater.
To promote local emergency planning during National Preparedness Month, L.A. Controller Ron Galperin today released a new online resource map of emergency services and programs funded by the City of Los Angeles that will help families and communities prepare for unexpected natural disasters. Get Ready L.A.
Check in on your neighbors and elderly loved ones as this heat wave creates “a dangerous situation in which heat illnesses are possible.” Summer is almost officially over, and it’s going out on a dangerously hot note. Weather Service officials issued a heat advisory for the Los Angeles region, warning of “a dangerous situation in […]
While the passing of Labor Day normally signals the closing of seasonal pools, the Department of Recreation and Parks has been able to extend the operation of our very own Northridge community pool to be open on weekends through September! We know well in the San Fernando Valley that hot weather doesn’t stop at the […]
On Tuesday September 3rd, the Los Angeles City Council unanimously voted to confirm Mayor Garcetti’s appointment of Raquel Beltrán as the new General Manager of the Department of Neighborhood Empowerment. Congratulations and welcome to the Neighborhood Council system, Raquel! If you haven’t yet had the chance to meet her, Raquel will be one of the […]
On Tuesday night, the Board of Neighborhood Commissioners honored Northridge East and Northridge West Neighborhood Councils for reaching their 15 year anniversaries.
Presentation of the North San Fernando Valley Transit Corridor Project to be Rescheduled Metro staff was scheduled to appear before the Metro Board of Directors on this project in September, but has deferred the item to a later meeting, largely due to the big response to the outreach efforts. Metro Staff expects to return to […]
If you voted in the 2019 Neighborhood Council elections, we appreciate you – and we’d love to hear from you! Please take a moment to share your thoughts via our short voter survey, so we know what went well, and what we can improve next time. Take the Survey
With 100% of precincts reporting, John Lee is leading Loraine Lundquist in the special election to represent District 12 on the Los Angeles City Council. At last count, Lee, a Republican, was ahead of Democrat Loraine Lundquist, who has not conceded, by more than 1,300 votes. The seat was last held by Mitch Englander, who stepped down […]
Metro is holding a series of meetings regarding the proposed North San Fernando Valley Bus Rapid Transit Corridor project. These informational meetings give the public the opportunity to learn more about the project, provide input on proposed project alternatives as well as meet the project team and have questions answered. The BRT project is scheduled for […]
Tuesday, August 6, 2019 The annual National Night Out Celebration is just around the corner! National Night Out is a neighborhood celebration recognized around the country to strengthen bonds between communities and the police officers that serve them. Come out to enjoy games, food, and a movie under the stars!
Video Courtesy of Mark Hovater.
Federal investigators served a search warrant at City Hall and the Department of Water and Power Monday. FBI agents raided the downtown headquarters of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power and City Hall Monday. The mysterious investigation is the latest to rock City Hall this year. It’s unclear if the latest raid is […]
Thank you to Mark Hovater for the photos.
Saturday, July 20 1:00 pm Granada Hills Charter High School – Highlander Hall 10535 Zelzah Ave Granada Hills, CA 91344 RSVP to Eventbrite here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/cd12-town-hall-forum-tickets-64909338579
An appeals court ruled that residents affected by the Aliso Canyon leak can seek restitution stemming from the company’s delay in reporting. A state appeals court panel ruled Tuesday that Porter Ranch-area residents affected by the 2015-16 Aliso Canyon natural gas leak can seek restitution from Southern California Gas Co., but only stemming from the […]
Or send an email, in your choice of English or Spanish. That’s a change from days of yore, when you had to get the information for yourself. During last July’s heat storm, parts of Los Angeles sustained lengthy power outages, along with a shortage of information about when they would end. The Twitter rants from Angelenos kept […]