Here’s the first look at renderings of the proposed gondola that could take fans from Union Station straight to Dodger Stadium. Here’s the first look at renderings of the proposed gondola that could take fans from Union Station straight to @Dodgers Stadium. pic.twitter.com/E2WQIbLG63 — Mayor Eric Garcetti (@MayorOfLA) April 26, 2018
Thank you to EmpowerLA’s Octaviano Rios for letting us share this thoughtful overview of Mayor Garcetti’s 2018 State of the City address, which Octaviano originally wrote for the Harbor area Neighborhood Councils that he supports. He highlights the Mayor’s callouts to Neighborhood Councils, and issues that Councils might wish to partner with the Mayor on […]
Civil rights attorney Jesse Gabriel topped the field in Tuesday’s special election in the 45th Assembly District in the western San Fernando Valley, but fell short of the majority needed to be elected. Gabriel, who is also a member of the county Commission on Local Government Services, had 31.98 percent of the vote with 197 […]
L.A. City Council to impose new fines in crackdown on ‘party houses’ On Wednesday, February 21st, the City Council unanimously approved an ordinance to rein in out-of-control party houses in Los Angeles. The ordinance creates a series of escalating fines against the homeowners or those who rent from them, who use their homes for massive […]
Learn more about how to submit an application to build a #PeopleSt plaza in your neighborhood – join us at a public info seminar near you! Plaza applications will be accepted April 2-May 31.
March 3, 2018 8:30am to 10:30am Orange Grove Bistro 18111 Nordhoff St Northridge, CA 91330 Parking will be provided in the G1 Parking Lot. Kindly RSVP to email@example.com
For those of you that live in Assembly District 45, there is a special election to fill the vacant seat. The Candidate Panel will be held West Valley Warner Center Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday February 21 at 6:00 PM. Click here for a map of CA Assembly District 45: https://a45.asmdc.org/district-map More info regarding the […]
Our own Devonshire division of LAPD has published an app specifically tailored to our community so you can stay informed and connected with important public safety information. The app has info on real time crime data, filing a police report, youth programs, and much more. It’s important that our public safety personnel remain connected to the […]
After 29 horses died in last month’s San Fernando Valley wildfire, the City Council voted to address shortcomings to evacuation strategies.
It was this week 24 years ago that residents of Los Angeles awoke to one of the most severe earthquakes to ever strike our region. The Northridge Earthquake resulted in 57 lives lost, over 8700 injuries, tens of billions of dollars in damage, and reminded us all of the precarious geography of our city. It was in the wake of this […]
Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck will retire after nearly a decade at the helm, he announced today Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck will retire, he announced today. After serving 40 years with the Los Angeles Police Department, the city’s top cop said he will step down in June. Beck oversaw major changes at […]
Though crews have the LA County wildfires mostly contained, Northridge residents are advised to take precautions for the smoke. Although firefighters are getting the upper hand on the wildfires burning in the Southland, unhealthy air was expected to continue Monday afternoon due to smoke rising from the blazes. The county Department of Public Health issued […]
Fire Investigators may be looking at the role Southern California Edison utilities could have played in the region’s wildfires. Southern California Edison on Tuesday said it believes fire officials are investigating the company for its possible role in the catastrophic wildfires raging across the region. About 250,000 acres have been burnt by multiple wildfires since last […]
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We’re excited to share with our stakeholders, how to work with us to create a public mural through the City’s Citywide Mural Program. Visit the Department of Cultural Affairs website http://culturela.org/murals for the mural registration application and for a robust Frequently Asked Questions section that can answer many of the questions for your Neighborhood Council. There are a couple […]
Thank you to all the brave men and women in uniform who have served and continue to serve our country. We honor you today and every day.
“Love is a Warm Blanket” is an annual blanket drive for the homeless in Los Angeles and beyond during Winter months, whose mission is to warm the hearts of the homeless and spread love with donations of blankets. New and gently used (washed) blankets will be collected at drop off sites until February 2018. You can also order directly through […]
The City of Los Angeles Economic and Workforce Development Department has been tasked with developing a Citywide Economic Development Strategy and Five-year Implementation Plan. Your feedback will help us identify the importance of various business, workforce, and community issues, as well as actions that the City’s economic development strategy should prioritize. This survey is critical to […]
The City of Los Angeles is proud to announce a new Food Waste Grant Challenge as part of the City’s ongoing efforts to divert waste from landfills. Over 40% of edible food moving through LA goes to waste, yet more than half a million Angelenos struggle with food insecurity. Wasted food is a social, environmental and […]