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Passport Day

Posted on 04/09/16

Pacoima Neighborhood Council

The Los Angeles Passport Agency will be holding a Passport Day on Saturday, April 9 from 7:30am to 11:30am. No appointments are necessary, so walk-ins are welcome! Although they normally only accept expedited applications at their counter, on Passport Day they will be accepting both routine and expedited applications. Please note that their standard fees, such as the passport fees and expedite fee (if a customer opts for expedited service on that day) still apply on Passport Day.

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Aliso Canyon Risk Assessment Report for Summer 2016 Released

Posted on 04/09/16

Pacoima Neighborhood Council

This week, the California Public Utilities Commission, the California Energy Commission, the California Independent System Operator, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power, and Southern California Gas Company released the Aliso Canyon Risk Assessment Reportregarding the reliability of the power grid for summer 2016.

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Help L.A. City Better Prepare for Disaster

Posted on 04/08/16

Pacoima Neighborhood Council

The Los Angeles Emergency Management Department is evaluating community disaster readiness in the City of Los Angeles utilizing a tool called the Los Angeles Household Resiliency Survey.

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Metrolink Launches Mobile Tickets App

Posted on 04/08/16

Pacoima Neighborhood Council

Metrolink’s new mobile app lets riders purchase tickets on the go through smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices. The app is now available for all Metrolink trips, including trips connecting to Los Angeles Union Station.

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Weigh in on LA County’s Transit Future

Posted on 04/08/16

Pacoima Neighborhood Council

Metro is hosting public meetings across LA County to share details of a proposed measure for the November 2016 ballot that aims to raise as much as $120 billion for new highway, bus and rail projects in LA County. 

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How Trashy Is Your Neighborhood? City Database Ranks the Problem

Posted on 04/08/16

Pacoima Neighborhood Council

Los Angeles has unveiled a database cataloging the neighborhoods with the biggest trash problem.
The City unveiled an online database today that grades the cleanliness of streets and alleys across Los Angeles as part of an effort by sanitation and elected officials to determine which areas need the most cleaning.

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LA Animal Services Wants Your Valuable Input

Posted on 04/02/16

Pacoima Neighborhood Council

Los Angeles Animal Services wants your valuable input and feedback on how we can do even more for animals and people in the City of Los Angeles. You can help shape the future goals and priorities for your Animal Services Department. Come to a Strategic Planning Community Meeting where you’ll be able to share your thoughts and ideas!

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LADWP Reform Forum on Tuesday, March 29th

Posted on 03/26/16

Pacoima Neighborhood Council

This a decisive moment. For the first time in my memory, both the Mayor and the President of the City Council have reached out to include ALL Neighborhood Councils in a critical city decision.

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Get Out and Vote, April 2 – Salir y Votar

Posted on 03/24/16

Pacoima Neighborhood Council

ID can be a driver’s license, other forms of ID card, If your ID does not have a Pacoima address on it, bring your ID along with written verification with Pacoima address on it, such as: house bill, child’s report card, something with your Pacoima address on it. Must be 16 years of age or older to vote.  Immigration status does not matter; all are welcome to vote.
 

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Seismologist, Lucy Jones, to Retire from USGS

Posted on 03/19/16

Pacoima Neighborhood Council

The woman who explained earthquakes to Southern Californians for 33 years is retiring from the U.S. Geological Survey.
If you ever read an article about earthquakes in Southern California, chances are you’re familiar with seismologist Lucy Jones.

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Seismologist, Lucy Jones, to Retire from USGS

Posted on 03/19/16

Pacoima Neighborhood Council

The woman who explained earthquakes to Southern Californians for 33 years is retiring from the U.S. Geological Survey.
If you ever read an article about earthquakes in Southern California, chances are you’re familiar with seismologist Lucy Jones.

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Domestic Violence Presentation and Panel Discussion

Posted on 03/19/16

Pacoima Neighborhood Council

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California Water Crisis Workshop

Posted on 03/19/16

Pacoima Neighborhood Council

Assemblywoman Patty López invites you to participate in a workshop on the Water Crisis in California
Saturday, March 19, 2016 12:00 PM — 3:00 PM

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Metro Unveils Ballot Proposal to Transform LA Transit

Posted on 03/18/16

Pacoima Neighborhood Council

Metro released the details of a proposed measure for the November 2016 ballot that aims to raise as much as $120 billion for new highway and transit projects in LA County. The spending plan includes improvements to existing infrastructure and programs to facilitate active transportation, including bicycling and walking paths to be built over the next four decades.

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The Great LA River Clean Up

Posted on 03/18/16

Pacoima Neighborhood Council

April 16, 23, 30
Fifteen sites, three days, one River
This April come down to the River for Friends of the Los Angeles River’s 27th annual Great LA River CleanUp: La Gran Limpieza!

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Parking Violations Bureau (PVB) Customer Service Web Portal Info

Posted on 03/12/16

Pacoima Neighborhood Council

The LADOT Parking Violations Bureau (PVB) wants to remind the public of a fast, easy and intuitive means of accessing their parking violation information along with the ability to set up notifications, and access other parking related web services.

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LA City Rain Barrel Distribution

Posted on 03/12/16

Pacoima Neighborhood Council

Keep LA Beautiful (an affiliate of Keep America Beautiful) has secured 1,000 syrup barrels and rain barrel conversion kits from Coca-Cola to repurpose and distribute for the residential use of rain harvesting for landscape irrigation.

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MAP YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD (MYN)

Posted on 03/08/16

Pacoima Neighborhood Council

Map Your Neighborhood (MYN) is a free program designed by the Washington Emergency Management Department and implemented locally by the American Red Cross Los Angeles Region to improve readiness at the neighborhood level.

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