I hope our newsletter finds you well. This year already seems to be racing past as the days are blurring together. We held another 2016 Neighborhood Council Election Town Hall last Saturday where we continued to talk about the online voting option as well as suggested changes to the Election Manual, such as all newly […]
In collaboration with Councilmen Tom LaBonge and Mitchell Englander, this month’s Emergency Management Department (EMD) bulletin will discuss steps you can take to prepare yourself if you are in your car when an earthquake occurs. Given the large amount of time that residents of Los Angeles spend in their cars, knowing how to react to […]
Mayor Garcetti Announces New Public Safety App
Mayor Eric Garcetti today announced the LAFD’s deployment of PulsePoint, a free mobile app that registers people trained in CPR who get alerted when someone nearby needs help, potentially dramatically reducing the time when CPR begins and saving lives when seconds count.
“This app connects trained lifesavers who may already […]
The Mayor’s Office of Economic Development, the Los Angeles Public Library, and EmpowerLA present a free workshop on how to start a business Thursday March 26, 2015.
Deciding to start a business can be one of the most exhilarating decisions you make in your life. But there are many different elements to consider. This workshop will […]
The City of Los Angeles Budget Advocates produced their very first Radio Show on March 1, 2015.
The Special Guests included Los Angeles City Controller Ron Galperin and the General Manager of the Department of Neighborhood Empowerment Grayce Liu.
Did you miss it? Watch a video of the entire show here: https://vimeo.com/121143272
Join us again on Sunday March […]
The City of Los Angeles has long been a participant in the March of Dimes annual March for Babies campaign. When you walk, you give hope to the babies born too soon or sick. The March of Dimes has been walking since 1970 and has raised nearly $3 billion. The tremendous efforts of their supporters […]
Greetings! We hope our weekly newsletter finds you well.
This week we welcomed an International Delegation who visited us from Colombia. This particular delegation was comprised of all women and it was a timely visit given that we are celebrating Women’s History Month. Among the participants were: a Director of Labor Attention Center; a Co-manager […]
Greetings, Neighborhood council Treasurers, Signers, Board Members, and stakeholders.
Need Help? We Got It!
As some of your NC Treasurers and Signers know, managing the Funding activities for your Board can at times be challenging and time consuming. But help is available! The Department has trained several part-time staff (paid through AppleOne) on the full details of […]
The Neighborhood Council Budget Advocates have released their 2015 White Paper, the result of meetings with key players from 30 City Departments and Bureaus and Council Members and their staff. In it, the Advocates distill five key action items that will help advance the Mayor’s objectives, including rebuilding the confidence of residents and businesses in […]