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Mayor's Office Updates -- there's a lot of great updates here

Posted on 04/30/21
  • This past week we saw Sun Valley with a high case rate, up 73%, and new cases increased by 35%. North Hills case rate increased by 29% and the number of new cases increased by 12%. Let's continue to stay safe. 
 
  • Case NumbersSunland (up 28%) and North Hollywood (up 23%) have high case rates this week. 6 out of 10 of the highest new case neighborhoods are in the Valley. North Hollywood has the highest number of new cases in the City again this week, up 26%. High numbers of new cases exist in Van Nuys and Sylmar.
  • FEMA Funeral Expense Relief: Applications still being accepted for the COVID-19 Funeral Assistance Program at (844) 684-6333 and (800) 462-7585 (TTY) for individuals who are hard of hearing. Hours are Monday through Friday, from 6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. 
  • LAUSD Grab & Go Centers closed today. Students who continue with distance learning may pick up meals at walk-up tables at any of the open schools.
  • Grant Funding Opportunity: Northeast Valley Best Start is providing funding to community organizations and elementary schools that are working towards overcoming inequities in the NE SFV. Eligible cities are Pacoima, San Fernando, Arleta, Lake View Terrace, and Sylmar. The grants will be chosen by the following priorities: 
    • Technology
    • Protective Factors & Education
    • Emotional Well-being/mental health
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UNOFFICIAL ELECTION RESULTS

Posted on 04/26/21
SUMMARY OF UNOFFICIAL RESULTS
2021 NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL ELECTION
CANVASS OF VOTES
4-26-21 - 11:21 AM

SUNLAND-TUJUNGA PAGES 11-13

https://clerk.lacity.org/clerk-services/elections/nc-elections/2021-nc-election-results
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Mayor's Proposed 2021-2022 City Budget Breakdown

Posted on 04/21/21
Two evenings ago, the Mayor delivered his 2021 State of the City Address where he proposed his budget for the 2021-2022 fiscal year, a Justice Budget, and laid out the most progressive visions for a more just, equitable, and resilient city. Below are the key proposals for your knowledge. As a reminder, this still needs to be approved by City Council and would then go into effect on June 1st.
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Department of Cannabis Regulation (DCR) Launches SPARK!

Posted on 04/20/21
DCR needs your help to better advise the City of Los Angeles on cannabis laws, policies and programs! Throughout the next few months, DCR will be engaging with members of the community through an interactive and informative citywide outreach campaign -- SPARK -- which is launching today!
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UPDATE: MOBILE VACCINE CLINIC AVAILABLE FOR CD7 RESIDENTS

Posted on 04/16/21

Attention CD7 residents! The pandemic has disproportionately impacted the Northeast San Fernando Valley, especially in working class, Latino neighborhoods. With many residents working in essential jobs and living in crowded, multigenerational households, the virus has spread quickly through the community, and our case rates and fatality rates have been high. We are happy to offer a mobile vaccine clinic that brings vaccinations right here into the district, easing access for those that may not have internet access or transportation to get to far-away vaccine sites.

We are currently taking FIRST DOSE appointments for our mobile vaccination clinic, which will be in Pacoima this week, Sylmar next week, and back in Sunland-Tujunga the following week. Anyone with an appointment at one of our pop-up vaccine sites in Council District 7 will receive a Pfizer vaccine. These pop-up locations are walk-up, not drive-thru, and will provide FREE vaccines by appointment regardless of immigration status. As of this week, anyone over the age of 16 is now eligible to receive a vaccination. Please see the attached flyers for more information.

If you have any questions or would like to get scheduled right away, please contact our Sylmar District Office at (818) 756-8409, Pacoima District Office at (818) 485-0600, or Sunland-Tujunga District Office at (818) 352-3287 to make an appointment for your vaccine. Please spread the word so we can get all of our community members vaccinated and protected from this virus. Thank you, and stay safe!!

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STNC Board 2019-2021 Board Accomplishments

Posted on 04/14/21
Enjoy this outstanding video showing the accomplishments and activities of the Sunland-Tujunga Neighborhood Council 2019-2021 board term.

Special thank you to STNC Treasurer Sandy Capps for creating this video and to all who submitted photos.

And....congratulations to the STNC Board for serving on this board this term!

 
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Save-The-Date – Census Data Summits Virtual April 8 through May 20, 2021

Posted on 03/30/21
The U.S. Census Bureau invites you to mark your calendar now for our highly anticipated early spring Data Summit series 

A Save-The-Date flyer with more details is attached and be on the look out for a follow-up email with registration information. 
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Healthy Buildings, Healthy Places

Posted on 03/22/21

Healthy Buildings, Healthy Places


In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, this initiative will build upon the Citywide Design Guidelines by reinforcing linkages between health, equity, and planning; and recognizing the role that building design can play in promoting favorable health outcomes, particularly in communities of color that have long suffered from disinvestment. The guide will introduce practical strategies that place people first in the design of buildings and public spaces, through measures such as: adaptable indoor/outdoor common areas that animate shared spaces; placement of staircases to promote physical activity; usable balconies and outdoor rooms to provide areas of respite from stress and overcrowding; improved indoor air and daylighting; and special design considerations for at-risk populations in group living quarters such as nursing homes, which have been hard-hit by COVID-19.
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