NWSPNC Virtual Meetings
(Note: Agendas will be posted at least 72 hours prior to the meeting)
Elections Committee Meeting
8:30AM on Mon., Nov. 2nd
Executive Committee Meeting
5:30PM on Mon. Nov. 2nd
Youth and Outreach Committee 6:00PM on Tues., Nov. 3rd
Budget & Finance Committee 5:30PM on Wed., Nov. 4th

6:00PM on Mon., November 9, 2020
Election 2020
  • Election day is almost here! Don't forget to mail in your ballot or return it to a Vote by Mail drop box. By mail, remember no postage is necessary
  • In-person at any Vote by Mail drop box location (click here  to locate)
  • At any Vote Center in L.A. County (click here  to locate)

Vote at the Warner Grand

Hours for voting and drop off service:
Friday October 30 / 9am-8pm
Saturday October 31 / 9am-8pm
Sunday November 1 / 9am-8pm
Monday November 2 / 9am-8pm
Tuesday November 3 / 7am - 8pm

The Warner Grand continues to support the community and has been designated as an official LA County Vote Center for the upcoming election, right in the heart of downtown San Pedro! County Registrar/Recorder staff will be on site to assist voters who need any help, and to insure that CDC approved social distancing guidelines. Face masks will be required to enter and vote. The county will also accept completed ballots in drop-off bins in front of the Warner Grand.
Drop off and voting locations in San Pedro
Safe Drive Thru Halloween Trick or Treat
Downtown San Pedro, Oct. 31, 6-9pm
Other Halloween Related Activities
The 18th annual SCARY STORIES is going online for the first time ever! Join us around the virtual bonfire for an all-new program of tales for the Halloween season suitable for all ages.

Available at no charge October 24-31 at this url:

Listen at your leisure, but be sure to turn off the lights!
As the holiday approaches, please remember to follow guidelines and take precautionary measures to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Here are some fun ideas to keep spooky and safe this Halloween season:
  • Online pumpkin carving or costume contest
  • A car parade
  • Watch your favorite movie at a drive-in
  • Decorate your haunted house
Ready to celebrate? Check out our Halloween Guidance for more suggestions!

Learn About the Clearwater Project
Watch this 5 minute informative video which provides an overview of the Clearwater Project including what the project is, why the project is needed, and how the project will be constructed. CLICK ON IMAGE BELOW TO WATCH VIDEO

LA Housing Element Webinars

LA City Planning is hosting 3 webinars to gather feedback on the next phase of The Plan to House LA. These concepts will guide how LA’s housing decisions are made for the next eight years. Webinars will also be broadcast on Facebook on the Los Angeles City Planning Facebook page. 
  • November 10th 12pm - 1:30pm click here to register
  • November 18th 5pm - 6:30pm click here to register

Get Involved with Metro
Metro is seeking 15 community members and 3 alternates to join their new Public Safety Advisory Committee (PSAC). If you are interested in participation, applications are now being accepted until November 13, 2020. Click here for more information.
LA COVID-19 Child Care Provider Grants

Applications for the LA COVID-19 Child Care Provider Grant Program are still being accepted through 12pm on October 26. Licensed centers and agencies experiencing financial hardships due to COVID-19 can receive $10K, $25K, and $40K grants. Click here for application information
LA vs. Hate
LA vs Hate is a community-centered creative campaign to encourage and support all residents of Los Angeles County to unite against, report, and resist hate.

On this page you will find resources for everyone and anyone to help build community and remind your friends and family of the importance of standing up to hate in our county. If you are the victim, or witness of, a hate incident or hate crime you can report the incident/crime with 211 LA. Your report is confidential and 211 is not affiliated with law enforcement.

We encourage you to use the free artwork across social media, text, and email to unite your friends and family in the effort to recognize, report, and resist hate. No matter the neighborhood you live in or the job you have, the diversity of Los Angeles makes us stronger. The core message of the campaign is that the unity of all Angelenos, is what will allow us to overcome hate.

To view and use artwork for Los Angeles vs Hate click here.
Los Angeles County Office of the Assessor
Los Angeles County Assessor Jeff Prang has published the 2020 Annual Report; an in-depth look at the real estate market, tax savings programs, city-by-city information and more! https://assessor.lacounty.gov/wp-content/uploads/2020/10/Annual-Report-2020.pdf
Neighborhood Purpose Grants - Deadline today!

DEADLINE 10/30/20.
1309-1331 S. Pacific Avenue Public Hearing
The City Council's Planning and Land Use Management (PLUM) Committee will hold a public hearing on Thursday, November 5, 2020 at 10:00am. 

Student Engineer Internships Available
DWP is currently accepting applications for their Summer 2021 Student Engineer Program. The program provides college-level engineering students with practical on-the-job-training and experience. Students are paired with LADWP engineers and work in technical teams throughout the organization.
The deadline to apply is December 19, 2020.
LA Made Fall Programs
November 5, 2020 4:00 PM
Seeing the beauty of 1970s architecture can be challenging for some. Why is this era of architecture so misunderstood?

More Programs Available online at the LAPL's Facebook and YouTube Channels:
VISIT WEBSITE FOR DETAILS: https://www.lapl.org/lamade
Home Quarantine Instructions for
Close Contacts to COVID-19
Quarantine is used to keep someone who might have been exposed to COVID-19 away from others. Quarantine helps prevent spread of disease that can occur before a person knows they are sick or if they are infected with the virus without feeling symptoms.
In Los Angeles County, if you have been in close contact with a person diagnosed with or likely to have COVID-19 you are required to:
  1. Quarantine - stay home, separate yourself from others, and monitor your health for 14 days, and
  2. Follow the Health Officer Quarantine Order
It is also recommended that you get tested for COVID-19.
Please help slow the spread of COVID-19 by answering if you get a call from “LA PublicHealth” or 1-833-641-0305.
Visit the Home Quarantine Instructions for Close Contacts to COVID-19 webpage for more information.

Reputable Sources for Covid-19 Updates

Continue to support local San Pedro businesses!