7-Eleven has partnered with the City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks to host 7-11 Day: All Youth Swim FREE.
On Saturday, July 11, 2015, youth (0-17) can swim FREE at forty-Seven (47) pools across the city. For a list of sites, click here: http://j.mp/1HqAsm9
In addition, with swim season here, it's time to get your Youth (0-17) Summer Swim Pass!
For only $10, youth can enjoy endless summer pool season entries through Labor Day (9/7/15).
LAUSD Board Member Mónica Ratliff (Board District 6) is seeking qualified applicants for her appointment to the Board of Directors of the Los Angeles Trust for Children’s Health (L.A. Trust) for the 2015-16 school year. The L.A. Trust is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization working to improve the health of the children of the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD). An ideal candidate will have a background in the health, legal, and/or education sector and a passion for student ...more
- Mayor Eric Garcetti released a long-range plan multibillion dollar plan, including bikesharing and solar panels, to get Los Angeles green.
Mayor Eric Garcetti released a long-range plan today that lays out his goals for making the city more economically and environmentally sustainable, including adding electric car charging outlets and bikeshare stations around the city and installing more solar panels on local rooftops and lots.
Garcetti, who discussed the 20-year sustainability plan at Echo Park Lake this morning, wants the ...more
- For the first time in the history of Los Angeles, the City has made a commitment this week to establishing a sustainable, fair, long-term sidewalk repair policy by settling the Willits class action lawsuit. The City will invest $31 million per year for the next 30 years to fix our broken sidewalks!
“As chairman of the Public Works committee, I have been committed to finding solutions to fixing our streets and sidewalks since my first day on the Los ...more
- LA partners with PulsePoint to empower residents to help save lives.
Mayor Eric Garcetti and the fire chief unveiled a smartphone app Wednesday that alerts people with CPR training if someone in a nearby public area is suffering from cardiac arrest and needs their help.
The PulsePoint app sends alerts to its users at the same time fire department dispatchers are notifying emergency crews; guides users through the CPR steps; and also shows the location of nearby defibrillators.
- Hello Branford family!
Here is a quick reminder of the upcoming programs being offering for this week...Spring Baseball/Softball registrations begin THIS SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7TH! Also, they are registering for LA Kids. Classes start this week. Please keep in mind space is limited for all programs so make sure to register early!
WHAT IS THE ARLETA NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL?
The ANC was certified in October of 2002 by the Board of Neighborhood Commissioners (Commission). The board of directors is involved in an advisory capacity with the City of Los Angeles including zoning, land use and development plans, citywide budget planning and working with city departments. They are able to officially address the community’s issues with Governmental officials and city departments. Each year the board approves an annual operations, outreach and community improvement budget of $45,000.00.
YOU, as an ANC stakeholder, may be elected to the Board, attend the public meetings to gain information, hear diverse opinions, and foremost, to express concerns, potential solutions and ideas to the ANC Board of Directors, who are empowered to take appropriate advisory action.
WHAT CAN A STAKEHOLDER DO?
Membership in the Arleta Neighborhood Council is open to all Community Stakeholders. A Community Stakeholder is defined as an individual who lives, works, or owns a business or property, within the ANC boundaries. In addition, stakeholders are those persons involved in community-based organizations, faith-based organizations, schools, parks, senior-groups, youth-groups, or can declare a factual basis.