The LAPD issued their draft policy regarding releasing critical incident video, which calls for releasing the video within 45 days of the incident or sooner. You are invited to comment before March 13. Also, you can provide your input on the necessary qualities of our next Police Chief by March 23.
Get paid to work outdoors! This program is for youth 18-24 with interest in the environment. Learn about native plants and trees while training for a career in tree planting, park maintenance and landscaping.
Enrollment for the 6th-12th grade Spring STEAM Academy is now open. The STEAM Academy begins Saturday, February 10th and continues until June 2, 2018. Classes are open and completely FREE.
We invite you to come to our Board or Committee Meetings, attend an event or even join the Board to make a difference in our community, because together we can!
Thank you to all who participated in our clean up of Grand Ave this November.
Under Councilman Curren Price’s leadership, South LA won a Promise Zone designation that allows the Ninth District to benefit from a unique community development program. The federal program, which was established in 2013, provides additional resources to help stimulate areas with high-poverty rates.
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art has move one step closer in establishing a location at the South Los Angeles Wetland Park, to bring artwork out to the community.
Join us in providing feedback on proposed traffic safety options on Main, Avalon and Florence to reduce and eliminate traffic deaths and severe injuries.