In the Central area, the Western corridor near Slauson and Florence received major tree trimming work. Additionally, after a year of arduous work, the Department of Water and Power is finalizing the sewer rehabilitation project located at Slauson Avenue and Van Ness Avenue.
The goal is to identify land use strategies for the Slauson corridor as it spans the old rail right of way that is currently being envisioned for a pedestrian/bicycle path by Metro.
LA-Más is partnering to offer homeowners a “one-stop-shop” for financing, designing, permitting, and constructing a new Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) in the City of Los Angeles.
The Harvard Park Community Safety Partnership received a commendation at City Hall on November 13, 2018 for reducing violent crime and crimes overall in the Harvard Park area.
Job fair results in 790 follow-up interviews ad onsite job offers!
Check out the local opportunities for our youth: Elves on Strike needs actors, singers and dancers. Free flag football clinic and league. Sign up now.
The program will bring the economic and environmental benefits of this clean sustainable resource to customers who live in multifamily buildings and cannot participate in traditional solar programs.
Residents, businesses, and concerned citizens are encouraged to help in cannabis regulation by reporting questionable cannabis activity in their communities by visiting cannabis.lacity.org/#submitcomplaint.
The 2nd Annual Harvard Park Community Celebration was great fun for the whole family to celebrate the improved community safety at Harvard Park.
Sign up for soccer at Harvard Park now for children 5-13 years. The league begins September 8th. Practice starts earlier!