I hope our newsletter finds you well. The Congress of Neighborhoods registration link is open for service! BIG thanks to our awesome Congress of Neighborhoods Planning Committee, led by the fearless Cindy Cleghorn, for all their continued work in putting together a fantastic program for Neighborhood Council leaders citywide. The Congress will be held at City Hall [...]
The Los Angeles City Council is scheduled to discuss amending the Los Angeles Municipal Code to establish Indigenous Peoples Day as an official city holiday. Councilmember Mitch O'Farrell is encouraging Angelenos to weigh in on the matter before Council decides on the item on August 30. If passed, the motion would instruct the City Attorney's Office [...]
The Mayor’s Office of Public Engagement and Immigrant Affairs invite you to a Town Hall meeting on Immigration, Citizenship, and Renter’s Rights. This event will include a know your rights, renter's rights, citizenship and guardianship presentation.There will be free language translation and one-on-one attorney assistance to help fill out Caregiver Affidavits. Please bring child's birth certificate. The Town [...]
The older adult population (65 years and above) in the Los Angeles region will double between 2010 and 2030, from approximately 1.1 million to more than 2.2 million people. To prepare our region for this dramatic demographic shift, the County and City of Los Angeles launched Purposeful Aging Los Angeles (PALA), a landmark initiative that [...]
Mayor Eric Garcetti, the Department of Public Works and Department of Neighborhood Empowerment are encouraging Angelenos to join together to clean our neighborhoods as part of the Clean Streets LA program. The Clean Streets Challenge, now in its second year, is a grant program open to Neighborhood Councils, local nonprofits, and other community partners. Funds [...]
Watch as LADOT Safe Routes to School Coordinator Margot Ocanas participates in a press conference hosted by AAA (Auto Club) and LAUSD to remind parents and drivers to check their speed, especially around school zones, and keep kids safe this new school year.
Local dog in San Gabriel Valley infected Written by LA Animal Services Department: Los Angeles, August 15, 2017 - LA County Veterinary Public Health reported that a dog living in the San Gabriel Valley tested positive for canine influenza H3N2. The dog developed a cough on July 29 after boarding at a kennel in the San Gabriel Valley. Efforts [...]
LA Animal Services offers free pet ID tags for Independence Day While many people celebrate the Fourth of July with big gatherings and firework festivities, many furry family members prefer a quite day at home. Fireworks are no picnic for pets. The loud noises can frighten dogs and cats and cause them to escape their [...]