[November News] Neighborhood Watch Report
NEXT Neighborhood Watch Meeting is Tuesday, Dec. 15 6-7 p.m.
at NORTH VALLEY CITY HALL Topic & Speaker To Be Announced. Report on the November 16 meeting is linked here. Your participation is encouraged! LAPD NEIGHBORHOOD PROSECUTOR ADDRESSES NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH
— Local crimes drop 50% after Wash cleanup. Can trend persist? —
More than 30 residents attended the rescheduled Neighborhood Watch meeting Monday night, November 16, at North Valley City Hall. LAPD Foothill Division's Neighborhood Prosecutor, attorney
Baseline Mansionization Ordinance-Baseline Hillside Ordinance Hearing Notice
IMPORTANT INFORMATION.All of us have seen the massive amount of building that is taking place in our own neighborhoods. We were considered fortunate at the time because we had an RFA in place that was supposed to have regulated some basic guidelines for size and scale. The Department of City Planning is about to make (possible) amendments and every voice is needed. Read more
We All Need Parks! How Can We Improve, Expand...
The County of Los Angeles is currently studying park and recreation facilities across the County, and the City of Los Angeles, to better understand how to improve, expand, and make parks more accessible. The County is in the process of assessing park needs in 189 “Study Areas” across the County, including 43 “Study Areas” in the City of Los Angeles and various adjacent unincorporated areas.As a part of this effort, the City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks is hosting community workshops across the City to share background information about the County’s Comprehensive Park & Recreation Needs Assessment, to discuss local park needs, and to identify park and recreational Read more
The Rains They Are A’ Coming!
The message of this half-day event was that “Godzilla El Niño ” is certainly on its way, predicted to hit in late December or January, with back to back storms. Dr. William Patzert from JPL said El Niño can double our normal rainfall and is expected to show up as steady rainfall over a long duration of time. Despite the need for water, he recommended residents continue to practice water conservation as even with El Niño’s storms, the drought will still continue. Read more
Urban Water Management Plan Informational Meetings
LADWP is in the process of preparing the 2015 Urban Water Management Plan (UMWP) for the City of Los Angeles (City). The UWMP will contain the City’s long-term strategy for managing water resources and ensuring water supply reliability through the year 2040.
The UWMP not only provides the framework for future reliability, but meets State requirement of the City to submit a UWMP every five years in compliance with the California Urban Water Management Planning Act.
Key elements Read more
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