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 voting period is now open where residents will choose which projects are funded in the third phase of Councilman Buscaino's Community Grant Program. All community members can vote between now and May 31, 2021 on the projects submitted within their area of CD15.
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.
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.
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 back.
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.