Today Los Angeles City Councilmembers Joe Buscaino and Paul Koretz introduced a motion for the City of Los Angeles to withdraw from the Los Angeles Homelessness Services Authority joint powers Authority.
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.
Census Bureau Data for Everyone: Why it Should Matter to You. This is a free Virtual Webinar where you can learn about how your responses to Census Bureau surveys are used to create publicly available data products.
The deadline to submit applications to the Healthy Harbor Communities Initiative Grant Program has been extended to Tuesday, Oct. 27th. This health-focused grant round is part of a larger strategy to bring resources into the community, support ongoing collaborations, and establish new partnerships that benefit the communities of San Pedro and Wilmington.
The program allocates $103,000,000 to provide a rent subsidy to Los Angeles City renters impacted by the COVID-19 health pandemic and is anticipated to assist 50,000 Los Angeles households.
Join the Neighborhood Council Budget Advocates this weekend for a virtual Town Hall discussion on the City Budget! Everyone is welcome to attend who is interested in learning more about how the City of LA spends its money – and how to create influence regarding spending decisions in Los Angeles. Join your neighbors to talk about the changes you want to see in your area, and the issues that matter to you the most.
Attorneys specialized in housing law will be available to discuss tenants' unique legal housing situations via phone and online video platforms. Our first virtual clinic will take place this Saturday, June 6th, from 10am-12pm and will be focused on assisting tenants in Los Angeles. People must RSVP in order to receive assistance.
JFMC is hosting a Drive Thru Food Giveaway this coming Saturday, April 25, 2020, 1PM - 3PM, at 1039 W. Elberon Ave in San Pedro. They are also hosting a Virtual Music Concert from 4PM - 7PM via Zoom. To register for the free Zoom concert and ceremony please click on READ MORE
The Angeleno Card aims to help low-wage hourly workers who had jobs in homes and restaurants, seasonal workers, and other workers such as day laborers, street vendors, or self-employed individuals who are experiencing heightened financial hardship because of COVID-19.
New temporary beds for individuals experiencing homelessness within the respective communities. A Bridge Home has an on-site provider that will ensure individuals have access to mental health services, substance abuse counseling, a medical health care provider, job readiness training, and social integration opportunities.
The Central San Pedro Neighborhood Council (CeSPNC) is looking for a community member to fill a vacant At-Large Board Member position for a term expiring June 2021.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 14, 2020 BOARD APPROVES FUNDING TO [...]