City Controller Ron Galperin's latest report on LAHSA offers a more strategic approach to homeless outreach that will better serve Angelenos in need.
The City's Sidewalk Rebate Program will re-open on October 1, 2019. The program will accept new applications for a limited time, based on available funding.
To promote local emergency planning, our LA City Controller recently released “Get Ready L.A.,” a new online resource map of emergency services and programs funded by the City of Los Angeles.
Mayor Garceitti's Youth Council program application deadline extended until October 1st.
If you haven't yet had the chance to meet her, Raquel will be one of the headline speakers at the opening session of Congress of Neighborhoods on September 28th.
With 48 new firefighters, 2,600 soft story buildings retrofitted and 10,200 more underway, the city is taking steps to be emergency ready. Here are some steps you can take to be ready too!
The poems were a featured stop of The San Pedro Waterfront Arts District Art Walk Tour on their monthly walk on August 1. This fun project brought together poets and the community out savoring an evening walk in the heart of San Pedro.
A hotel is approved for 80 rooms at the corner of Seventh Street and Pacific Avenue by the Harbor Area Planning Commission. CeSPNC heard and supported it in November 2018.
Central San Pedro Neighborhood Council is beginning a new program to beautify and engage our community with Poetry Corners. We are starting with eight corners at the intersections of 6th & Mesa and 7th and Mesa at the beginning of August.
This is a pilot program that encourages involvement in San Pedro by providing a simple and fun way for volunteers to make a significant impact in the community. Residents make a commitment to adopt a block within the central San Pedro area for one year through monthly clean-ups.