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Congress of Neighborhoods – Sept. 26th

The Los Angeles Congress of Neighborhoods event unites leaders from the city's 99 Neighborhood Councils. Held annually, the goal for this event is to help Neighborhood Council leaders obtain the tools necessary and establish the relationships they need to build a prosperous future for their communities.

2020-09-15T19:41:54-07:00September 15th, 2020|

San Pedro High School Modernization Project Update & Pre-Construction Bulletin

You can submit your email address to receive update bulletins and invitations to virtual meetings on the San Pedro High School Comprehensive Modernization Project.  También en Español.

2020-08-28T13:23:21-07:00August 28th, 2020|

Tell The City How You’d Like To Reimagine Public Safety.

The deadline for taking the LA City Council's Public Safety Survey to Reimagine Public Safety in Los Angeles has been extended through 5 PM Friday, August 21. This survey will serve as the first steps toward beginning a new era of public safety in Los Angeles but it will only succeed if we build this in partnership with our communities.

2020-08-17T22:52:53-07:00August 17th, 2020|

Cynthia McClain-Hill Elected President of LA Board of Water and Power Commissioners

Attorney and public policy strategist Cynthia McClain-Hill was elected today as President of the Board of Water and Power Commissioners, and Commissioner Susana Reyes, a retired LADWP customer service director for low-income programs and sustainability advisor to Mayor Eric Garcetti, was elected the Board’s Vice President.

2020-07-28T19:03:24-07:00July 28th, 2020|

Fireworks report from LAPD

In comparison to last year, an analysis of Calls of Service revealed an 86.2% increase (2019-4,380 vs. 2020-8,155) and a 252% increase in online reporting (2019-1,579 vs. 2020-5,559).  Additionally, the total amount of fireworks seized by the LAPD nearly doubled last year’s 2,350 pounds, with a total of 4,350 pounds of fireworks recovered this summer.

2020-07-21T14:15:40-07:00July 21st, 2020|