This week we offer information about avoiding eviction, WIC, grab & go lunches, how to make a face mask and diversions.
Our response rate has increased to about 30% as of April 2. Respond now to make sure North Hollywood is counted and will get its fair share of representation and services!
The County has closed beaches, beach bike paths, bathrooms, piers, promenades and trails. The City has closed all outdoor sports amenities — including skate parks, tennis courts, baseball fields, and basketball courts. Parks still remain open for walking or running; however, when at a park for any reason, Angelenos must maintain a distance of at least six feet between individuals at all times. Restrooms accessible to the outdoors will remain open during regular operating hours.
LOS ANGELES — Mayor Eric Garcetti tonight issued an emergency order to strengthen the City’s response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), placing temporary restrictions on restaurants, bars, and other establishments in the City of Los Angeles. The order includes temporary closure of bars and nightclubs that do not serve food, movie theaters and entertainment venues, bowling […]
All Neighborhood Council board, committee, alliance, and liaison meetings - as well as all other NC-related events - are suspended up to and including March 31, 2020. Follow LA County Health for up to date information.
This three-story low-rise supportive housing development is planned to offer critical supportive housing in North Hollywood.
One year ago, the intersection of Ben Avenue and Victory Boulevard in North Hollywood experienced severe flooding. Water actually covered the entire floor of the popular Lilit Bakery & Cafe, which was forced to close for several days. This storm water infrastructure project that will alleviate flooding at that intersection and the surrounding community. It is due to be completed in December.
The first Navigation Center in LA has opened in the Valley on Sherman Way near Lankershim. It includes storage, showers, restrooms and support staff to help those experiencing homeless to find a way forward.
This 49-unit project will include 48 permanent supportive housing units along with one manager unit and is located at 11604-11616 Vanowen St. in North Hollywood.
Voters will now have between three and ten days before election day to cast their ballots. Additionally, voters will be able to pre-select their choices for each office through an interactive sample ballot, which will produce a unique QR code that can be scanned by the new voting machines.