Join the Department of Planning for a Community Conversation
For the first time in nearly fifty years, the City of Los Angeles is undertaking a comprehensive update to its guiding vision, the General Plan. This initiative, OurLA2040, will result in a new 20-year citywide plan to be adopted in 2020, putting into place strong and visionary policies to help create a more prosperous, livable, and sustainable Los Angeles.
To launch the OurLA2040 public engagement program, a series of Community Conversations will take place throughout the City.Read More »
Join the Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition (LACBC) and Los Angeles Walks for their fifth biennial LA Bike and Ped Count! As a volunteer, you'll be collecting vital data that will be used to advocate for better bicycle and pedestrian funding for years to come.Read More »
What do you do when you've got something you like but it no longer works? Throw it out and buy a new one? Stick it in the attic, the basement or under the stairs? Pay to get it fixed? Fix it yourself? Chances are you toss it out. Or maybe you store it away until that magical day when you can figure out what to do with it.... right.
There's another solution: bring it to the Mini-Repair Cafe.Read More »
As part of the City's commitment to finding housing solutions for people experiencing homelessness, the Department of City Planning recently released draft ordinances for Permanents Support Housing and Interim Motel Conversion. A series of information sessions are scheduled.Read More »
GREEN, BLACK OR BLUE BIN - WHERE DOES IT GO?
Are you a recycling expert? Stop by the Green Tent on Sunday, September 10, to test your knowledge with a sorting game, learn about the recycling process and commit to reducing waste. Get your recycling questions answered. Hear from a recycling pro and learn what to do with your Household Hazardous Waste.Read More »
The public is invited to the Annual Meeting of the Friends of Historic Fire Station 62 (501.c.3) Annual Meeting. Come learn about the status - and challenges - of turning the Fire Station, located at 3631 Centinela Avenue, into a Mar Vista Community Center.
WHEN: Thursday, September 14 at 7:00 p.m.
WHERE: St. Bedes Episcopal Church, 3590 Grand View Blvd., Los Angeles 90066
Click here to visit the Friends of Fire Station 62 blog.
The Mar Vista Community Council voted to oppose the proposed development at 12444 Venice Boulevard. A hearing on the development, possibly the last one, will be held downtown in the Ronald F. Deaton Civic Auditorium, 100 West 1st Street, on Tuesday, August 22nd at 2 p.m. Click here to see the hearing notificaiton.Read More »