HGNNC proudly sponsored a CERT class and graduated 23 residents who are now better prepared to help our community in a disaster.
City Land Use Committee unanimously votes against proposal. Vote still to go to City Council. Community and Board Members share concerns about proposed housing development for 110/91 interchange.
The jury is out on whether the proposed distribution facility for 747 W. Redondo Beach Blvd would be great for the neighborhood. We are awaiting the traffic study and environmental impact report.
The Harbor Gateway North Neighborhood Council requests that all funding requests for the 2017-2018 fiscal year be submitted by June 30 midnight via email
City Council opened a 60 day public comment period June 8 on proposed ordinances regulating production and sale of commercial cannabis. Now is your chance to review the proposals and speak up about the production and sale of cannabis in your neighborhood.
HGNNC Supported the May Green Up Day which cleaned up streets and alleys from 167th to Gardena between Hoover and Vermont. Also, trash was removed at Gardena Willows Wetland Preserve, near Vermont Avenue and Artesia Blvd. In addition, vegetables were planted and garden boxes were stenciled on-campus.
HGNNC will meet on Tuesday, May 9th and will discuss and vote on official position and support needed to address public safety and Street Takeovers in the Harbor Gateway North Community.
Firefighter Randall Opperman will help get you disaster ready in this free 7 week course.
For the first time the Department of City Planning has issued an annual report highlighting their major accomplishments in 2016.
Starting February, the LA Department of Transportation will begin accepting applications for the Speed Hump Program.