Join us July 9, 6:30pm by Zoom or phone to look at LAPD budget cuts and priorities as well as emergency preparedness events.
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.
LAUSD is surveying parents to find out what their preferences are regarding reopening schools in the fall: remote learning, on campus full time, hybrid and the details surrounding all that.
When you are eating at a restaurant, plan to wear a face covering when you are not eating. You can expect limited seating, sanitizing stations, servers with face coverings and potential symptom checks.
Beginning Friday, June 12 the following are permitted to reopen/resume: gyms and fitness centers, museums, galleries, hotels for leisure, day camps and their pools, film, TV and music production, stadiums and arenas (without spectators)
Restaurants, barber shops, and hair salons may now choose to reopen, but under specific guidelines. For example, hair salons and barber shops may only serve one client at a time, and everyone must wear a face covering. Nail salons and businesses providing spa or massage services, or other “close-contact services,” remain closed. Restaurants may operate at 60% capacity, but their bar areas remain closed.
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.
Get information on the drive through testing experience, how to find your stimulus check, public showers available and more.
This week we have information on grab & go meals, face masks, testing, mental health, safe shopping and volunteer opportunities.
Harbor Gateway North, you should have received your Census 2020 request in the mail by now. The Coronavirus pandemic is a reminder of why it’s important to fill out. The Census is how federal and local governments determine which communities need specific resources and in what amounts. Less than 19% of Angelenos have filled out the Census thus far and we can do better!