Beginning October 1, 2020, LADOT will resume parking enforcement and impounds, when applicable, for street cleaning, abandoned vehicles, oversize and overnight restrictions, peak hour and anti-gridlock zones, and expired registration.
At our August 3 meeting we had a lively discussion about the challenges for our students and families who use the foot bridge across the wash at Chase to get to Noble Avenue Elementary. The area has been impacted by homeless and drug dealers creating an unsafe environment for students. Various options have been considered in the past and progress has been hampered by multiple government agencies having jurisdiction. The topic is being picked up by Council President Nury Martinez, as reported by her representative Andres Sandoval. We are hoping to have good news to report soon about next steps.
The Greater Los Angeles County Vector Control District (GLACVCD) has confirmed mosquito samples to test positive for West Nile virus (WNV) throughout the Valley in North Hills, Valley Glen, Van Nuys, North Hollywood, Valley Village, Studio City and Sherman Oaks, Winnetka, Woodland Hills and more! Please take steps to eliminate even the smallest amount of standing water and protect yourself.
Ready to get those dangerous fireworks out of the house and protect your children, family and pets?
Turn them in to LAPD without penalty. Call 877-ASK-LAPD to find out how. If you have a tip about illegal fireworks in your neighborhood contact https://complaint.lacity.org/Complaint/fireworks/ or https://www.lacrimestoppers.org/ and submit your information anonymously.
L.A. Sanitation’s S.A.F.E. Collection Centers will reopen on July 11, 2020 for household hazardous waste and electronic waste drop-off.
On May 8 Safer at Home becomes Safer LA allowing the opening of florists, toy stores, music stores, bookstores, clothing and sporting goods stores to offer curbside pickup. Trails will open May 9.
This week’s news includes Safer at Home Order Extension through May 15, face mask requirements, park closure for Easter, domestic violence assistance, additional $600 for unemployment, how to volunteer from home for the census and dogs working from home.
LOS ANGELES — Mayor Eric Garcetti tonight issued an emergency order to strengthen the City’s response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), placing temporary restrictions on restaurants, bars, and other establishments in the City of Los Angeles. The order includes temporary closure of bars and nightclubs that do not serve food, movie theaters and entertainment venues, bowling alleys and…
All Neighborhood Council board, committee, alliance, and liaison meetings – as well as all other NC-related events – are suspended up to and including March 31, 2020. Stay up to date on County Health.
“I know this is an anxious time for a lot of people, but Angelenos should stay focused on preparation and protection — not panic,” said Mayor Garcetti.