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!
Splash into a fun and healthy sport this summer with SwimLA! As a City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks program, SwimLA offers affordable swim lessons for kids ages 4-17 at all City pools, all summer long.
Empowerment Congress Central proudly supported the Community STEPS program for Go Hoop Day June 23. Participants played three on three tournament games and won trophies. What a fun day!
Summer Night Lights rocks Harvard Park evenings Wednesday-Saturday through August 4th and then Fridays and Saturdays August 10-24, from 7-10 pm. Check out the fun: music, healthy food, games in the gym and more!
The Lucas Museum of Narrative Art is offering a free two week program for 14-16 year olds July 9-20 in comic art drawing.
Thank you to the USTA for funding this great abstract artwork on our own Harvard Park Tennis Courts, inspiring kids and adults alike!
Come on out to Summer Night Lights Wednesday through Saturday, 7-11pm at Jackie Tatum Harvard Park Recreation Center.