Upcoming NWSPNC Virtual Meetings

Virtual Meetings & Events

  • Public Scoping Meeting Re: Rancho San Pedro Project - Saturday, February 6, 2021 - 10:00am
  • NWSPNC Monthly Board & Stakeholder Meeting - Monday, February 8, 2021 - 6:00pm
  • Joint Environment & Sustainability Committee Meeting - Tuesday, February 9, 2021 - 6:00pm
  • Candidate Information Session, Tuesday, February 9, 2021 - 6:00pm
  • Joint Planning & Land Use Committee Meeting with Central & Coastal SPNC's, Wednesday, February 10, 2021 - 6:00pm

Virtual Event - Service Academy Day
The purpose of this event is to bring together service academy officials, current service academy students, current service academy parents, prospective service academy students, prospective service academy parents, educators from across the district, and multiple congressional offices. We hope that through this event we can reach as many prospective students as possible seeking different options for higher education. This event will give prospective students and parents, as well as educators, a place to directly ask their questions.

Virtual Update on West Harbor & LA Waterfront
My LA 2050 Grants Challenge
The My LA2050 Grants Challenge is an open call for ideas to make Los Angeles the best place to live, learn, play, create, and connect. A total of $1 million will be awarded among 25 organizations, five per goal category, to implement their winning proposals. 

Applications are open now through Friday, April 2nd, 2021 at 5 pm (PT). Learn more.

Together, let's make LA's future brighter!
Interested in Running for a Neighborhood Council Board Seat? Candidate Filing opens Feb. 13th

Neighborhood Council Candidate Information Sessions
Help for Small Businesses Available Now!
Assemblymember Patrick O'Donnell is hosting a webinar with Congressman Alan Lowenthal to provide information on financial assistance available for small businesses. Together, they will provide updates and options on the latest relief measures from Federal and State agencies.

WHEN: Tuesday, February 9 at 2 p.m.

HOW: Register to attend. A Zoom link will be provided to those who RSVP.

QUESTIONS: Please submit your questions to Assemblymember.odonnell@assembly.ca.gov.

For more information, please call the District Office at (562) 429-0470.

Plan to Address Housing Needs
The Project involves an update to the Housing Element of the City of Los Angeles General Plan. The proposed Housing Element Update establishes programs, policies and actions to further the goal of meeting the existing and projected housing needs of all income levels of the community, provides evidence of the City’s ability to accommodate the Regional Housing Needs Assessment (RHNA) allocation through the year 2029, as established by the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG), and identifies any rezoning program needed to reach the required housing capacity.

The Project also includes necessary technical updates to the Safety Element triggered under state law by an update to the Housing Element. You can watch the Scoping Meeting Staff Presentation Video on the website.
Mental Health Town Hall - Monday at 5pm
If you are feeling stressed, or isolated, or anxious, or depressed, you are not alone. The combination of a deadly pandemic, public health lockdown, and a cratering economy is affecting us all. But there are resources available to help. Join Councilmember Mike Bonin on Monday night for a Virtual Town Hall conversation with mental health experts, focusing on mental wellness and available health resources.

Mayor Garcetti's VaxFacts - February Update
This week, we’ve kept up our work to make L.A.’s vaccination effort more convenient, more efficient, and more equitable for all of our residents.

One figure best illustrates the speed at which we’re getting shots into arms: as of yesterday, our city had administered 97 percent of the vaccines we've been allocated by the state and federal government. And since last week, we’ve increased vaccinations at city sites by 50 percent.

We also launched our mobile vaccine clinic pilot program, a critical step in ensuring vaccine access in low-income communities of color, which have suffered the highest rates of disease and death from COVID-19. This effort began delivering vaccinations directly to South L.A. this week, and we will expand it to other vulnerable areas of the city in the weeks ahead. READ MORE
February is Responsible Pet Owner Month
Important Animal Laws for Every Pet Owner to Follow
February is Responsible Pet Owners Month and for pet owners, or soon-to-be pet owners we want to make sure you know about pet laws. In addition to giving them love and attention, pets rely on us to feed and care for them, and keep them safe. Part of keeping our furry friends safe is by following City and State pet laws that were created to protect you, your pet, and your community.
The Risk is Still Very Real!
Recycled Water Facility Virtual Tour - Feb. 6
Mobile Clinic
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Continue to support local San Pedro businesses!
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