A ridge of high pressure will continue to keep temperatures above normal Monday, but relief is in sight. A weekend heat wave is expected to continue to scorch the Los Angeles region with above average temperatures Monday. Sunday saw record heat in parts of the city and triple digit temperatures in the valleys. A ridge […]
Councilmember Greig Smith, Neighborhood Councils of CD12, Temple Avahat Shalom, and Food Forward invite you to join us for Citrus Sunday. A fresh fruit drive to benefit struggling San Fernando Valley families served at food banks. It’s easy to participate! Pick oranges, grapefruits or other citrus fruit from your trees. Drop off between 9:00 am […]
Public comment on LA City Council agenda items goes digital with City Clerk’s new Public Comment Portal, which debuted April 29th: https://cityclerk.lacity.org/publiccomment/ You can share tour own comments on City Council Files through this portal!
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti unveiled LA’s Green New Deal this week – a series of practical steps toward creating a more sustainable Los Angeles by the year 2050. The Green New Deal LA will also serve as a global model for upholding the terms outlined in the Paris Agreement in a way that contributes significantly to […]
You may have heard of our upcoming Neighborhood Council Election for Northridge East Neighborhood Council. The Northridge East Neighborhood Council is your liaison with City Hall. We are your voice for issues that affect our community. This is an opportunity for you to engage in the process of electing the members of our Neighborhood Council. […]
It’s easy to be green thanks to the work of organizations like City Plants, a non-profit running a public-private partnership between the City of LA and six other non-profit organizations. Together they work with Neighborhood Councils, community groups, residents, and businesses to coordinate tree planting and care throughout LA. Spring is the perfect time to […]
The election for Northridge East Neighborhood Council is in less than a month, and we’re excited to see you there! WHEN: Saturday, May 4 HOURS: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. WHERE: Northridge Park Child Care Center (To park: Enter from Reseda Blvd., just before the Northridge Park Aquatic Center at 10058 Reseda Blvd. The child […]
Hello stakeholders, we learned of a new feature on LAPD website when I’d to call non-emergency LAPD for another issue. The helpful dispatcher informed us about this new feature, iWatchLA and we wanted to share with our neighborhood: “http://www.lapdonline.org/iwatchla” –> then click “To file an online report click here.” You can also download the iWatchLA […]
As voters head to the polls to fill the vacant LAUSD board seat today, the board’s pro-charter majority’s power hangs in the balance. Ten candidates will be vying Tuesday to fill a vacant seat on the Los Angeles Unified School District Board of Education in an election that could again shift the balance of power […]
Improving air quality of our neighborhoods requires everyone to step up. To that end, the Southern California Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) has begun an equipment exchange program. Commercial gardeners and landscapers, local government agencies, school districts and colleges, and non-profit organizations are eligible to participate in cleaning up our air while saving money and […]
The State Superintendent identified 49 successful schools statewide that others should attempt to emulate. State Superintendent Tony Thurmond Wednesday announced 49 California middle schools, including Northridge’s Oliver Wendell Holmes Middle School as “schools to watch.” The Schools to Watch-Taking Center Stage program recognizes “high- performing model schools (that) demonstrate academic excellence, social equity, and responsiveness […]
Lime has announced that it is discontinuing its app-based bike-share programs, including the one that debuted at California State University, Northridge in January 2018. As a result of this company decision, Lime has ended its contract with the university, and all bikes and program signage will be removed from campus on March 19. Sustainability is […]
Cal State Northridge and the Major League Baseball-MLB Players Association Youth Development Foundation on Feb. 12 announced a $1 million grant to upgrade the university’s sports facilities and support its youth baseball program. The grant will go toward renovating Matador Stadium through a new lighting system, as well as helping CSUN’s youth baseball initiative, which […]
Light shaking could be felt across the San Fernando Valley Wednesday morning. The temblor was a magnitude 2.8, and its epicenter was roughly a mile from North Hills, according to the U.S. Geological Survey. Residents felt the shaking at about 9:46 a.m. According to the USGS, the quake was close to the surface, comparatively shallow at […]
Today the Neighborhood Community Initiative crew is making #LA community selected asphalt repairs in the Northridge East area.
“A vast super-majority” of teachers have voted to to accept an agreement reached Tuesday, ending LA’s teacher strike. “A vast super-majority” of teachers have voted to approve the tentative agreement, ending the strike, United Teachers Los Angeles President Alex Caputo-Pearl said. Teachers will return to their classes Wednesday, Caputo- Pearl said. Union leaders and administrators […]
Date and Time Sat, January 19, 2019 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM PST Location Marvin Braude Building 6262 Van Nuys Boulevard Van Nuys, CA 91401 Description At our Neighborhood Council Candidate Workshop, you’ll learn tips for: running a successful campaign connecting with voters advocating for issues you’re passionate about writing your personal statements You’ll also […]
L.A. County earthquake early-warning app is now available on iPhone and Android devices through the Apple APP Store and Google Play Store. This phone app alerts Los Angeles County residents to earthquakes, possibly giving critical seconds of warning before shaking starts. You may receive the alert before during or after shaking.
What are Neighborhood Councils? Neighborhood Councils are the closest form of government to the people. They give their communities a voice at City Hall on important issues like development, homelessness, and public safety. Neighborhood Councils are advisory bodies with annual budgets funded by taxpayer dollars. Board members are City officials who are elected by those […]
Sidewalk vendors who sell hot dogs and churros around Los Angeles will be able to get permits after the City Council approved the idea Novermber 28, 2018. A plan to legalize and regulate sidewalk vending has been working its way through City Hall for years. The approval came on a 13-0 vote on Wednesday.