Organizations can apply for grant amounts between $10,000 and $100,000. The purpose of this program is to assist our local non-profit organizations in improving the community by providing them with a one-time grant.
Join the Neighborhood Council Sustainability Alliance to learn why electric vehicles (EVs) are SO important for our health, how you can get thousands of dollars in incentives from the government to buy or lease an EV, how you can charge your EV, and more!
In a new pilot program, the San Pedro Waterfront Arts District, in collaboration with the Port of LA and the City of LA Council District 15, request proposals from artists to design and paint two storm drains at 5th and Palos Verdes Streets in San Pedro.
Criminals target smart devices for their resale value and the personal information contained within them. The police cannot track down your smart device, once it is reported stolen, unless you have taken steps to help get it
Public participation encouraged in planning for L.A.’s long-term water resource needs. LADWP will be hosting two virtual public hearings on the Draft 2020 Urban Water Management Plan to provide stakeholders with an opportunity to review and provide public comment.
The Port of Los Angeles has opened the application process for its annual 2021-22 Community Investment Grant Program. Each year since 2013, the program has provided up to $1 million in non-taxpayer funded grants to local nonprofit organizations in support of events, programs and projects that benefit the Los Angeles Harbor community.