I hope our newsletter finds you well. We had an AWESOME launch to Civic University 2.0 on Tuesday at Cal State Los Angeles’ new downtown campus! With 100 registered participants divided into 5 working groups (one comprised of youth and young adults 24 and under!), our Neighborhood Council BFF Raphe Sonenshein, Executive Director of the […]
Mayor Garcetti Kicks Off Celebration Of African American Heritage Month
Mayor Eric Garcetti kicked off the annual celebration of African American Heritage Month, with ceremonies at City Hall to recognize and honor the contributions of black history-makers and organizations.
The 2016 African American Heritage Month kickoff opened with a ceremony inside City Council Chambers with City Council […]
The Firefighter Recruitment Section will be hosting a second Public Safety Career Expo in partnership with LAPD and LAXPD. Attached is the Public Safety Career Expo Flyer to share with the public.
Crenshaw Christian Center (Home of the FAITHDOME)
Saturday, February 20, 2016, 9 am – 1 pm
7901 S. Vermont Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90044
Additionally, please do […]
The Valley Disaster Preparedness Team, in conjunction with the Southern California Preparedness Foundation, is already planning the next Valley Disaster Preparedness Fair, which will be held on Saturday, October 1, 2016 at Fire Station 87 in Granada Hills.
As you know, preparing the community for disasters is key to our survival when an earthquake or other […]
An earthquake can happen at any time and at any place. That’s why it is best to not only be prepared at home, at work, and at school, but also in transit.
In this month’s bulletin, the City of Los Angeles Emergency Management Department shares tips on earthquake preparation and safety tips for commuters and public […]
The City of Los Angeles, Bureau of Engineering, has announced that a portion of US 101 will be closed for 40 hours this weekend, February 5-7th, to enable safe demolition of a section of the Sixth Street Viaduct, located over the freeway. The bridge closed to all traffic on January 27th as part of the […]
What better way to inform your stakeholders of the existence of the Neighborhood Council System than by mail? By sending a mailer out to each residence within your Neighborhood Council’s boundaries, you can effectively introduce, or re-introduce, your Neighborhood Council and garner more support, voter turnout, and candidate registration for 2016 Elections. More than 75% […]
Councilmember José Huizar invites you, your family and friends to “Night on Broadway” this Saturday, January 30!
After the 35,000 person success of our first #NightOnBroadway event last year, we’re excited to bring this fun, energetic event back to DTLA. From acrobats to comedians, recording artists to avant-garde gamers, Night on Broadway will feature live […]