I hope our newsletter finds you well. I’m excited to share that our Neighborhood Council family is continuing to evolve and grow
On Saturday, February 7, at 1:00 pm, EmpowerLA is hosting an Elections Town Hall at LA Ctiy College to review the 2014 Neighborhood Council Elections
Each year, the City of Los Angeles receives federal grant funds to assist businesses to create jobs; provide job training for adults and youth; improve
Mayor Eric Garcetti, the Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation (LAEDC), and the U.S. Department of Commerce announced today that the first
Recently, there has been an increase in the number of California Public Records Act (CPRA) Requests made to both the Department and the Neighborhood Councils.
Greetings, Neighborhood Council Treasurers, Board Members, and stakeholders. Some updates this week: Regional Funding Trainings for the Year Unfortunately,
Greetings! We hope our weekly newsletter finds you well. Please be reminded that the Bylaws moratorium will be back in effect starting May 1, 2015. For
As the City’s imported water supply becomes more critical, so does the need to expand our local, sustainable water resources, including water recycling.
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On Saturday, February 7, at 1:00 pm, EmpowerLA is hosting an Elections Town Hall at LA Ctiy College to review the 2014 Neighborhood
Neighborhood Councils can pick up their Election Documents from the City Clerk by emailing Clerk.Election@LACity.org or calling 213-978-0444 and giving
I hope our newsletter finds you well and that you are able to stay cool during this heat wave! I would like to start this short article by thanking our
I hope our newsletter finds you well enjoying our wonderful Summer weather! Our team of Neighborhood Empowerment Analysts (NEAs) has been busy wrapping
The 2014 Neighborhood Council elections had more volunteers, more candidates, and more voters than in 2012 and now is the time to celebrate! It's also
Neighborhood Council Boardmembers, both elected and appointed, are required to do three things in order to vote on issues that come before the council:
For a neighborhood council, social media is all about building community, engaging your stakeholders through more direct contact, and encouraging participation
Have you filled out the Bureau of Street Service’s sidewalk survey? Well, you still have time! The deadline for the survey has been extended until the
LAAST is designed to be a fun, informative, neighborhood-based event featuring art, information and sustainable education. It's also an opportunity to
City Controller Ron Galperin is on the road, visiting Neighborhood Councils and Alliances throughout the city to talk about his vision for transparent
e.Republic’s Center for Digital Government (The Center) today announced the top-ranked cities in the 2014 Digital Cities Survey.
Nextdoor.com officials made a big announcement last week that opened up their social network to use by government agencies. Unlike most social platforms,
Are you reluctant to invest time and energy in social media like Facebook and Twitter because you don’t feel like these platforms are as effective in
Are you looking to improve your digital presence, spruce up your website, or create more eye-catching flyers for your events? Want to hire an expert who
You can tell that Code for America is pretty special just from their tagline: “Government can work for the people, by the people, in the 21st century.
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