Volunteers from the community were joined by local students, passersby and ECCANDC Co-Chairs Rev. Campbell and Ellen Pace in picking up trash next to the library and in the nearby surrounding community, with an emphasis on smaller items that could easily make their way through storm drains out to the ocean.
"We at ECCANDC are thrilled to have this facility in our area helping to get our homeless back on their feet." said ECCANDC Co-Chairperson Ellen Pace.
In its first year, the Community Safety Partnership saw a nearly 50% reduction in violent crime and there have been zero homicides in the park since the program was implemented.
The Slauson Corridor Transit Neighborhood Plan Team summarizes community concerns across 17 topics. The report is available for your review.
Find out about free tennis lessons for children 4-18 offered every Saturday morning.
Have you checked out the latest 77th Street Station Newsletter? They are thanking Captain John Shah for his service as he is moving to the North-Southwest Division and welcoming Captain Michael Odle
August 14 was a great day for a bike ride and skate jam at Harvard Park. Come out to our next Community STEPS event to enjoy our community and get healthy! One step at a time!
Good question! Harvard Park is loaded with great classes, many of them free, for kids and adults. Check out what's on offer for this fall. There is something for everyone!
Do you know someone who could use some help learning to read or practicing their English? There are some great resources available at the Exposition Park Library, 3900 S. Western Ave.
The new rules permit short-term rentals of a primary residence—defined as a place where the host lives at least six months out of the year—after registering with the City.