The north part of North Hills East will be represented by Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez. The south part will be represented by City Council President Nury Martinez.
The 2021 NC elections are coming. YOU SHOULD RUN! We’re looking for a few good neighbors who are conscientious, community-minded, and eager to represent North Hills East. File by February 2.
LAUSD Board Member Kelly Gonez to attend the NHENC Board Virtual Meeting on September 14, 2020 to give an update on the beginning of the school year and to answer questions.
NORTH HILLS EAST NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL was certified on September 14, 2010. A lot of hard work and determination by community members went into putting NHENC together. They were pioneers and visionaries for North Hills East! A big THANK YOU to the original Board of Directors and everyone involved!!!
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 Budget Advocates want to build a complete, transparent database of ALL community budget concerns. To do that, we’re asking you to complete and share the Budget Advocate City Services Report Card (https://bit.ly/BAReportCard2020).
This program is to assist Los Angeles renters who have been economically impacted by COVID-19. The application will be open for five (5) days, starting at 8 AM on July 13th, and closing at 11:59 PM on July 17, 2020. After the application deadline, all applications submitted by 11:59 PM July 17th will be included in the random selection process. The subsidy is anticipated to assist an estimated 50,000 Los Angeles households. It will provide a grant of up to $1,000 per month, with a maximum grant of $2,000 per household, and will be paid directly to the tenant’s landlord on behalf of the tenant.
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.
We supported the Mission Foot Pursuit, which was a 5K/1K run to promote a healthier lifestyle and close the gap between the police department and the community by having all participants run through the actual police academy at the Davis Training Center.
Thank you to the almost 300 community volunteers who came out for this clean up along with representatives from Council District 6 and 7, State Senator Bob Hertzberg’s office, Mayor Garcetti’s office, Office of Public Works, TreePeople, Carpenter’s Union and more.
Vote in our elections on April 27, 2019, 11am to 5pm at the Vallarta Super Market Parking Lot. Everyone 14 and up can vote for your candidates.
Mayor Eric Garcetti announced that the City of Los Angeles will provide support for families who may be affected by a labor action at the Los Angeles Unified School District. The City will keep 32 recreation centers open for extended hours, including the Sepulveda Recreation Center. Added staff, special programming for elementary school youth, and lunch will be provided on regular school days, from 8 am to 4 pm. Parents must fill out a registration form for children who go to the recreation centers. Metro and the City’s DASH bus service will also provide free rides from 5 am to 7 pm for students with an LAUSD school ID. All available LAPD staff, including Captains, will be on patrol duty.
Are you interested in working together to make our neighborhoods safe and beautiful? Run for a seat on the North Hills East Neighborhood Council on April 27, 2019.
North Hills East Neighborhood Council is proud to report that there are now 30 more Spanish speakers in our community that are well on their way to being disaster ready, having completed the 7 week Community Emergency Response Team Training class in Spanish.
North Hills East Neighborhood Council was commended for partnering with two other Neighborhood Councils to provide Community Emergency Response Team training classes in English and Spanish and provide the participants with emergency kits.
Summer Night Lights is now hiring and looking for 64 Site Coordinators, 4 Regional Assistants, an Office Coordinator, and an Arts Coordinator.
North Hills East NC has had a great 2016 and is all set for 2017. Join us at an event or a meeting, sign up for our emails and follow us on Facebook to make a difference in North Hills!