Public Works Liaisons work with the Department of Public Works, to keep our streets clean.
Liaisons will serve as the primary point of contact within Neighborhood Councils on the Clean Streets Initiative, which was announced by Mayor Eric Garcetti on April 23, 2015. Focused on creating a cleaner and more livable city, the Clean Streets Initiative provides funding for additional trash bins, a third Clean Streets Strike Team, the development of a cleanliness assessment system, and increased enforcement of illegal dumping. A key component to the success of the Clean Streets Initiative is a coordinated and robust public engagement campaign. The Liaison will work with the Board of Public Works, Mayor’s Volunteer Corps and Office of Community Beautification to organize clean ups, increase 311 reporting in their area, and engage local stakeholders on how to maintain street cleanliness. Liaisons will receive communication from the Board of Public Works regarding legislation, programs, and meetings with staff.
Is your NC participating in the Clean Streets LA Challenge??? Don't forget to share your group photos, action shots, and stories of your clean up activities by submitting them here: Click Here. Visit this web [...]
Hello NC Public Works Liaisons and Neighborhood Clean-Up Leaders! The Board of Public Works is asking for Neighborhood Councils’ help in cleaning up our neighborhoods by announcing the below Clean Streets LA Challenge! Mayor Eric [...]
Today the Board of Public Works recognized Rosie Brown from the United Neighborhoods Neighborhood Council as a Clean Streets Hero for her exceptional leadership, support, and engagement with connecting Angelenos with city services that help [...]
Written by Pat Kramer. Neighborhood Council Sustainability Alliance Gives L.A. Residents a Chance to Get Involved in Environmental Advocacy On July 9th, 2016, the Neighborhood Council Sustainability Alliance invited all of the neighborhood councils in [...]
Today was a great day for those Neighborhood Councils that have been tackling neighborhood cleanups for so many years. Mayor Eric Garcetti, along with the City Council, announced a brand new data set that grades [...]
The Board of Public Works welcomed two additional Neighborhood Council Cleans Streets Heroes today to learn about their work in the community as well as recognize them for the partnership to help meet the city’s [...]
Last Saturday, the Bureau of Sanitation hosted an exceptional briefing session at the Los Angeles Environmental Learning Center at Hyperion exclusively for Neighborhood Councils including Public Works Liaisons, board presidents/chairs, and board members interested in [...]
Two Neighborhood Council Cleans Streets Heroes were recognized today by the Board of Public Works for their exceptional leadership, support, and engagement with community clean-ups, including Cheron McAleece from East Hollywood Neighborhood Council and Thomas [...]
Angelenos take pride in their neighborhoods and actively volunteer for clean-ups, regularly reporting trash and graffiti to one of City Hall’s most used service request phone numbers: 3-1-1. EmpowerLA is very aware that Neighborhood Councils [...]