The Strengthening Local Transportation Security Capabilities Act, H.R. 2539, would reduce emergency response times by putting more federal law enforcement officers and resources near high-risk surface transportation assets, including LAX.
The Harbor Gateway North Neighborhood Council Planning and Land Use Committee has been meeting for six months to carefully review zoning concerns by district, which were submitted to City Planning April 12
Participants in Planning 101: Planning for the Environment will learn about the role the City and its residents have in planning for the environment and the regulations that guide environmental analysis, including the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA).
Metro and Caltrans are preparing preliminary engineering studies and an Environmental Document for the possible implementation of ExpressLanes along I-105 between Interstate 405 and Interstate 605.
Dump up to 500 pounds of trash or green waste for free! Help stop illegal dumping in Los Angeles
The festival will screen Aretha Franklin’s Amazing Grace concert at Directors Guild of America on Opening Night, February 7
Coalition to Preserve LA, a citywide organization of several thousand residents who advocate for transparent government, filed on January 14, 2019 a request with the Los Angeles County Civil Grand Jury to open a wide-ranging investigation into corruption in L.A. City Hall’s land-development approval process.
This is an opportunity to reimagine mobility on a small-scale, and we want you to help us design your ideal service for your community.
Anyone who has cared for a relative with Alzheimer’s, autism, or dementia knows the fear of not knowing what might happen when you turn your back. 60% of individuals with Alzheimer’s and 49% of children with Autism will wander & go missing at some point in their lives.
Harbor Gateway Neighborhood Council, District 6 Representative Marvin Bell attended the event against gun violence held on Friday, July 13, 2018 at the corner of Manchester and Vermont where hundreds of shoes lined the street of Vermont at Manchester. Each pair of shoes represented a life that was tragically taken as a result of gun violence.