Excessive Heat Continues in Los Angeles Los Angeles is expecting the current extreme heat wave to continue this week. The City of Los Angeles has air-conditioned cooling centers at designated Recreation and Parks facilities open this Labor Day holiday through Wednesday from 10 am – 9 pm. Please note that due to the holiday City […]
Internet access is necessary for work, school, healthcare, and more. Unfortunately, high-speed internet remains unaffordable for too many households. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) runs a program, the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP), that reduces the cost of getting online for people with limited income. Many internet providers offer fully covered internet plans – meaning you […]
Cierre de la encuesta sobre comedores Al Fresco (al aire libre) Dear Al Fresco Participants and Interested Stakeholders, Earlier this summer, Los Angeles City Planning released two surveys to gather feedback from both the general public and businesses participating in the current LA Al Fresco program. The response has been informative, with nearly 2000 members […]
The Northridge Recreation Center has released its slate of programs for the fall season. The center continues offering plenty of activities to keep children healthy and active. Some of the major highlights include Youth Girls Volleyball and Girls Soccer, Youth Flag Football, and Co-Rec Soccer. Follow this link to view the program, dates, fees, and information on registering.
August is the universal birthday given to many shelter dogs as their official birthdates are often unknown. In celebration of ‘Dogust’, LA Animal Services is once again offering reduced adoption fees throughout this weekend, 8/6 – 8/7, to encourage more folks to come by the shelters and give these furry friends a new lease on […]
The Valley Youth Philharmonic Orchestra is holding an open audition on Saturday, August 20. This open audition is a great opportunity for young musicians to join a program focused on developing and improving their musical abilities. The audition fee is $20 and will take place at the In-Christ Community Church’s Choir Room. Please click this link […]
Applications are now open for the L.A. Small Business Academy. This year’s academy is focused on addressing the challenges that diverse small businesses in the construction sector face. The academy will focus on upcoming city projects, contract compliance, and more. Those who are accepted must complete all classes to graduate. The application is open through […]
Free Movie in the Park! Featuring Disney’s Encanto. Movie begins at sundown! Bring your lawn chairs. Popcorn Interactive booths Face painting Bounce house Northridge Park 18300 Lemarsh St Northridge, CA 91325
The Economic Workforce Development Department is preparing to launch another round of the small business rental relief program this coming Monday, July 11. Grants will be of up to $15,000 or six months of back rent, whichever is less. The grant may be used for rent payments that were incurred on or after March 1, 2020 until […]
The Granada Hills Branch Library at 10640 Petit Avenue was temporarily closed at the end of January for facility maintenance which included receiving new flooring. The library re-opened at the beginning of June and continues offering many programs and resources. Library hours are: Mondays and Wednesdays from 10am-8pm, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12pm-8pm, and Fridays […]
Animal shelter hours have been updated to expand opportunities to visit and adopt on a walk-in basis. Shelters are open (no appointment needed) on Tuesdays and Thursdays (8AM – 5PM), and on Saturdays and Sundays (11AM-5PM). Shelters are also open by appointment Wednesdays and Fridays (8AM-5PM). Please click here for more information on adopting.
LADWP’s Water System supplied an average of 454 million gallons of water per day to the more than 4 million residents of Los Angeles, its businesses, and visitors in 2021. The city’s water met and surpassed all federal and state drinking health-based water drinking standards set by both the state and federal governments. Follow this […]
Metro has a plan to make it easier to get around LA, with better transit across the North Valley. The North San Fernando Valley Transit Corridor Project will improve east-west transit service with better access to jobs, education, and essential services. This new approach, called the BRT Network Improvements, is the result of extensive outreach […]
Below is a Procession Tribute Video for our local fallen Officer Houston Tipping from our Devonshire Division. He was so young and full of life. Video Courtesy of Mark Hovater.
For the first time in two years, the Los Angeles Public Library will be having a full slate of programs for kids and teenagers, with many of the events taking place in-person. From art, poetry, music, yoga, access to digital books, and even the chance to learn a new language, there is no shortage of […]
The City of Los Angeles has moved into Phase 3 of its emergency water conservation ordinance. This ordinance requires all LADWP customers to reduce the number of outdoor watering days from three to two days per week. LADWP has created an informative FAQ that drives home the seriousness of the situation and outlines the goals for our […]
California is less than one week away from the statewide primary election. Election Day is June 7, but every registered voter should have already received a mail-in ballot to cast their votes for governor, senator, secretary-of-state, controller, and more. To count, your vote must be postmarked on or before Election Day and received by the county election’s […]
The Northridge Recreation Center has released its brochure detailing all of its upcoming summer programs. From Tai Chi, to ballet, to youth and girls basketball, there are countless opportunities available to keep your kids engaged, active, and healthy. Classes begin early in June and registration for some of the programs has already begun. Please follow […]
The six candidates for the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, District 3, will discuss local issues at a forum Thursday. The six candidates for the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors, District 3 will face off on Thursday at a forum hosted by four local news outlets. Come June 7, six candidates will look […]
Following the end of Mosquito Awareness Week, it remains critically important to be aware of the steps we all can take in preventing the transmission of deadly diseases. To combat the growth of the mosquito population, the Greater Los Angeles Vector Control District has put together information that can help you fight back against this […]