CENTRAL SPNC MEETINGS CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE: See Letter from EmpowerLA sent to all Neighborhood Council Board Members. VIEW LETTER HERE
The remodeled County facility has 40 beds for homeless single individuals living on the streets, focused on those around the post office as well as their pets. The facility provides the community and individuals the safety they need while case managers work to find them housing.
The Public Access Investment Plan (PAIP) was expected to be on the Board of Harbor Commissioners (BOHC) agenda this Thursday, March 5th but has been postponed and is anticipated that it will be on the agenda for the March 19th BOHC meeting.
Registration is now open for the April 18th Pathways to Employment that is organized each year by the Northwest San Pedro Neighborhood Council. Youth from throughout the Harbor Area are encouraged to attend this free Employment Preparation and Career Guidance event.
The HCBF has launched Round 7 of its Community Benefit Grant program! To date, the Community Benefit grant program has awarded $6.3 million to organizations supporting the communities of Wilmington and San Pedro. Round 7 will award up to $250,000 in grant funds.
Each January, the Controller's office publishes the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR), a 400+ page document that details the City’s finances over the past fiscal year, and reports on revenues, expenditures, assets, liabilities, and department performance data.