The MySafe:LA Fire Safe Council meets on the 3rd Thursday of each month at 7pm. You'll learn abut the history of important wildfires, see presentations on wildfire migration, home hardening, evacuation, and how to be better prepared. Don't miss out on this important public safety initiative.
"This evening, I received a gracious call from Rick Caruso, who is someone who I hope continues his civic participation in the city that we both love. I have great respect for his commitment to serving the people of Los Angeles. The people of Los Angeles have sent a clear message: it is time for change and it is time for urgency. "
Each year the YWCA of the Harbor Area helps families and individuals in need during Thanksgiving. Programs include: Adopt-A-Family, Breakfast with Santa, and Turkey Basket distribution.
Did you miss the Presentation at the October meeting on Connecting San Pedro: Pedestrian Improvements and Multimodal Access Project? You can view the Presentation by clicking on the image in this news post.
The Dia de los Muetos Festival was held on October 23, 2022 in downtown San Pedro and the Central San Pedro Webmaster was out and about taking photos. View them here.
Jennifer Love was appointed to the CeSPNC Board at the September Board Meeting and Jason Woolley, our newest member, was appointed at the October 18th Board Meeting. Both are stakeholders living within the boundaries of the Central San Pedro Neighborhood Council and both are enthusiast and ready to work on issues that will help improve our beloved city of San Pedro.
Saturday festival of fun! Join West Harbor to celebrate all that is coming to the LA Waterfront. The day will include: Food from a variety of West Harbor tenants & San Pedro favorites; Beer Garden; Harbor Cruises; Performers & Entertainment. FREE EVENT Live art Kids Activities and more!
The City of Rancho Palos Verdes is considering updating its zoning code to include a Mixed-Use Overlay District (MUOD). If you missed the October 15 Open House for the MUOD, you can take a virtual tour here and also fill out the community survey.
As part of an effort to improve customer loyalty and expand access to City Planning services, the Department has improved its online commerce capabilities. City Planning’s Online Application System (OAS) accepts online applications for certain specialized discretionary services.
The City of Los Angeles Department of Cannabis Regulation (DCR) invites you to participate in a virtual town hall called Cannabis in Your Community: Partnering on Progressive Enforcement. The aim of the event is to engage with you about illegal cannabis activity and receive your input as the City considers new progressive strategies for enforcement. Community involvement is an important component to identifying problems and discovering new ideas to fix them.
View crime statistics for the month of August provided by Officer Francisco Lopez, the Senior Lead Officer for our Central San Pedro area.
On Thursday September 29th at 6:30pm you can join the virtual workshop to learn more about funding for San Pedro Community Improvements. Learn about a plan taking shape that will help fund affordable housing, parks and open space, street improvements, and other community benefits AND GIVE THEM YOUR INPUT.