Congressman Tony Cárdenas Veterans Day Forum


The Office of Congressman Tony Cárdenas invites you to the Annual Veterans Day Forum on November 11 from 4:00p.m. to 7:00p.m. at Richard E. Byrd Middle School, 8501 Arleta Ave, Sun Valley, CA 91352.  This event is free and will provide food, entertainment, and resources for the Veteran, friend, and family.

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Be Part of L.A.’s Clean Energy Future


Participate in one of LADWP’s 2016 Integrated Resources Plan workshops to help chart the course for the City’s power supply over the next 20 years. Your input can help LADWP transform Los Angeles into a healthier, cleaner, more sustainable City. Please RSVP for one of the following workshops or live webcast. Workshop and Live Webcast: […]

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Monday Is Your Deadline to Register to Vote


Trump or Clinton? Legal marijuana? No more death penalty? Property tax increases? Homeless aid? There’s a lot at stake this election. County election officials reminded residents Thursday that Monday is the deadline to register to vote in the upcoming election. There is a variety of ways people can register in time for the Nov. 8 election. […]

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Falling Through the Cracks


A Discussion on Alternatives in Education for Underserved Populations You are invited to attend an Educational Symposium on providing alternatives in education for an underserved population.  As we are all aware, not every student thrives in a traditional setting.  This Symposium is designed to focus attention on alternative forms of access to academic and vocational […]

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9th Annual Valley Disaster Preparedness Fair a Huge Success!


Sincere thanks to everyone who attended and supported the Valley Disaster Preparedness Fair on Saturday, October 1, 2016. A very special Thank You to those Neighborhood Councils that hosted an Outreach table. We had a great turnout with about 3,000 attending. Over 50% of families responding said they learned about the Fair from Neighborhood Councils. […]

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LA Parks Survey


Our parks are important to our communities. This questionnaire is a great opportunity to let the City of Los Angeles know your thoughts about our parks. What is working? What needs improvement? What’s missing? What would you love to see more of in your community park? Your feedback is valuable. It will be part of […]

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A Call for Cool Block Leaders!


The nonprofit Neighborhood Council Sustainability Alliance (NCSA), in collaboration with the City of Los Angeles, invites Neighborhood Councils and city residents to learn about Cool Blocks LA, a free, five-month pilot program that helps neighborhoods become planet-friendly, disaster-resilient, and community-rich. The NCSA seeks three Cool Block Leaders within each Council District to build Cool Block […]

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