Board Meeting: April 18
Please join us for our next Board Meeting on Thursday, May 16, 6:40pm at LAFD Station #89, 7063 Laurel Canyon Blvd., North Hollywood, 7:00pm – 8:00pm.
We will discuss various funding items and our focus for the next fiscal year. Agenda Join us!
Avoid Hot Dogs and Toasty Cats
As the calendar moves on, we can hope that we'll have a lovely, mild summer. But we still need to be prepared for those heat waves. And if it is hot for us, our pets and animals can really feel the burn. Since cats and dogs don't sweat, they can be more vulnerable in warm weather. So take precautions to keep your pets cool and healthy for summer fun in the sun.
Crime Prevention - Lock It, Hide It, Keep It
Our community has felt the tragedy of violent crime, and our hearts go out to our neighbors and friends who are suffering. But the most common kind of criminal activity in our neighborhood doesn't make the news very often, yet it still affects too many of us. Burglaries from cars and car thefts are still rare and are going down, but we can take real steps to prevent these 'minor' infractions. Remember these tips from the LAPD's Lock It, Hide It, Keep It campaign to help reduce your chances of becoming a victim.
-Don't leave car unattended when warming up the engine
Council at the Spring Egg Hunt
Councilmembers Florence Dorick and Chuck Loring and other members of our Board met members of the community and passed out shirts and
New Neighborhood Council e-mail List
There's a new way to stay connected and informed with the Neighborhood Council. At the top left of our page, above the Google search function, is the link to sign up for our e-mail list. People on the list will receive meeting agendas, our newsletter, and more information about our neighborhood based on your interests. It's completely free and the Council will never share or sell your e-mail address. Join with us as we grow and be part of the work in the neighborhood.
LA City Elections Coming May 21
General elections will be held in Los Angeles on May 21. Offices will include the City Mayor, City Attorney, City Controller, and others. The May 21 election will also decide the replacement for City Councilmember Cardenas, of District 6.
Earthquake Safety Preparedness - In any season
As the summer comes to a close, are we getting close to earthquake weather? Actually, there is no earthquake weather. An earthquake can happen at any time, so we always need to be prepared. And here are seven steps from the LA Sherrif's Department that can help us be ready:
1 - Secure it. Books on shelves, dishes in cabinets, and even TV's can become falling hazards in an earthquake. Secure bookcases to the wall, add latches to cabinets, and secure the TV to keep yourself safe and reduce the potential damage.