The purpose of this grant program is to address and mitigate the impacts of Port of Los Angeles and Port-related activity on the health and well-being of San Pedro and Wilmington residents. HCBF is committed to promoting health and creating a healthy environment for those affected by Port operations.
Many thanks to Frank Anderson for his years of service on the Central San Pedro Neighborhood Council and his dedicated career as an educator. Wishing you and Mary Jane a happy retirement!
FREE panel discussion held to elevate civic, business, and nonprofit leaders as they discuss how their sectors work to empower LGBTQ+ employees and eliminate barriers to advancement, while also recognizing the important work that remains to be done.
As a part of the Comprehensive Modernization Project at San Pedro High School, LAUSD is scheduled to begin campus tree removals beginning on June 14th in preparation for major construction. If you are on campus or live adjacent to San Pedro HS, you may hear noise from cutting equipment, woodchippers and hauling vehicles during tree removals.
At the June meeting of the Harbor Alliance of Neighborhood Council, there was a presentation on the Los Angeles City Council Redistricting Commission. You can view the Power Point Presentation here.
In November 2008, California voters passed the Voters FIRST Act, authorizing the creation of the Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission to draw new district lines, taking the job out of the hands of the California Legislature and transferring it to the citizens.
Sat., May 22 at 10am, The Budget Tribunes present a Webinar entitled Follow the Money: LA Budget and Services. Featured speakers include City Controller Ron Galperin, members of the Office of Budget and Innovation and members of the City Council.
The City Administrative Officer (CAO) is soliciting feedback from residents who live or work in Los Angeles, community organizations, and other non-governmental entities to help inform the parameters of an unarmed crisis response program within the City. Please submit responses no later than Sunday, May 9, 2021.
From the skies above to the sea below, marine flora and fauna are flourishing at the Port of Los Angeles. A new ecological study, released on Earth Day, shows more than 1,000 different species of fish, birds, invertebrates, algae and marine mammals are thriving in San Pedro Bay
This extensive campus modernization project is finally ready to begin major construction! At this virtual Community Meeting the latest developments on the campus modernization project for the San Pedro High School flagship campus will be presented.
CalMatters and the Milken Institute are hosting a discussion to reimagine approaches to traditional economic development that prioritize diversity and inclusion while also identifying new ways to fund and structure advancements in workforce and infrastructure development.
Thinking about starting a business? Harbor Watts Business Source Center is holding free virtual workshops every Third Thursday.