Neighborhood Purpose Grants


NPG APPLICATION DEADLINE 10/30/20.
GET ALL THE DETAILS HERE
NWSPNC Virtual Meetings
NEXT VIRTUAL NWSPNC MEETINGS:
Executive Committee meets Oct. 5, 2020 at 5:30pm
Youth & Outreach Committee meets Oct. 6, 2020 at 6:00pm
Budget & Finance Committee meets Oct. 7, 2020 at 5:30pm
Monthly Board & Stakeholder Meeting Oct. 13, 2020 6:00pm

AGENDAS WILL BE MADE AVAILABLE ON THE NWSPNC WEBSITE
AT LEAST 72 HOURS PRIOR TO THE MEETING
Local Event - Oct 16, 17, 18
Cinema Sotto le Stelle Drive In Movie Weekend
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A special Italian Heritage month Drive-in Movie Weekend at the Historic Battleship Iowa in San Pedro.

Presented by LA Councilmember Joe Buscaino (15th District), Little Italy of Los Angeles Association and Port of Los Angeles. Special thank you to Sponsors: Battleship IOWA, San Pedro Property Owners’ Alliance


GET YOUR FREE TICKETS: CELEBRATE IAHM AT THE DRIVE-IN
Free Virtual Family Art Workshop
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2020 AT 3:00PM
Update from the Port of LA
SAN PEDRO BAY PORTS
CLEAN AIR ACTION PLAN
PORTS TO HOST CAAP UPATE MEETING OCT. 14
Third Advisory Meeting of 2020 to be Held Online

The San Pedro Bay ports (Port of Los Angeles and Port of Long Beach) will update the public on progress toward the goals of the San Pedro Bay Ports Clean Air Action Plan (CAAP) during a videoconference meeting on Wednesday, Oct. 14, from 10 a.m. to noon, via Zoom. READ MORE
Updates from LA City and LA County
Update on Covid Testing
Testing is currently available for LA County residents with signs or symptoms of COVID-19 or have been contact with a person known to be exposed to someone with a confirmed COVID-19 based on the LA Department of Public Health recommendations. Click HERE for more details on setting a test appointment.
Legal Assistance related to Covid
Mayor Garcetti and City Attorney Feuer have assembled a coalition of law firms, bar associations and attorneys offering COVID-19-related legal services, including helping vulnerable tenants, domestic violence victims and low income individuals with employment, consumer debt, and bankruptcy matters. Click HERE for more details.
LADOT to Resume Parking Enforcement, Introduce New Economic Relief Programs
The Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT) Parking Enforcement and Traffic Control (PETC) will resume parking enforcement beginning on October 15. At the instruction of Mayor Garcetti, LADOT has also launched economic relief measures to assist Angelenos in need, including a new early pay program that will reward discounts on citations for early payment. READ MORE
Keep Up to Date on City Planning News
Make Your Plan to Vote
Dear Voter,  
We know voting may look different this election season – but it’s critical to make a plan to vote early. Fortunately, you have safe and accessible options that will help you stay healthy when making your voice heard. 
The safest way to participate in this election is to return your Vote by Mail ballot - which will be mailed by Monday, Oct. 5 to all registered voters.
 
Learn your safe voting options by making your voting plan today.
 
Here's some information on how to safely return your mail-in ballot:
  • Return by mail: This is the safest and most convenient way to exercise your right to vote this fall. All registered voters in Los Angeles County will be issued a ballot to ensure you have safe voting options during the COVID-19 pandemic. Once you receive it, fill it out at home and return it by mail as soon as possible. Click here to learn more about voting by mail >>
  • Vote by Mail Ballot Drop Box: These contactless drop boxes help you stay distanced and safe! When you receive your Vote by Mail ballot, locate one of 400 secure ballot drop boxes throughout LA County to drop your voted ballot off. Click here to learn more and find your local ballot drop box >>
  • Drop off at any Vote Center: If you need to vote in person, be sure to vote early (Vote Centers are open starting 10 days before Election Day) to avoid long lines. Rest assured all Vote Centers will follow public health and safety guidelines related to COVID-19. Click here to learn more about early voting at Voter Centers >> 
Voting early means taking a trip to the mailbox!
 
Stay Safe,
Dean C. Logan
Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk
Free Flu Shots
Prepare for Flu Season
Flu season is coming and with the presence of COVID-19, now more than ever, it is critical to get your flu shot! Get your flu vaccine early to protect yourself.

See LA County Public Health's website here for facts about the flu and COVID-19, the flu vaccine and information on where you can get a flu shot.
All Families Need Help!
The Department of Child and Family Services (DCFS) and 2-1-1 LA invite you to share the good news about free services and resources available to Los Angeles County families. Because we believe that when families are strong, children thrive! 

Our goal is to make it easy for families to seek help by way of Prevention and Aftercare Services before their needs or challenges become unmanageable. By connecting families to helpful resources close to home, you will be enhancing the child safety net for homebound families.

Here is a link to the “All Families Need Help” digital materials in English and Spanish that you may customize with your own logo and share on social media. Thank you in advance for being one of our valued community partners. We cannot do this work alone.
More News from the Councilman
GERALD DESMOND BRIDGE
TO OPEN MONDAY

The new Gerald Desmond Bridge will be open beginning October 5th. In order to finish the transition, the entire stretch of both the new and old bridge will be closed from October 2nd until early October 5th. 
Last Chance to Fill Out the Census
The deadline to fill out the Census 
has been extended until October 5th

Your information is secure and confidential. Let's all make sure that every community counts! Please take a few minutes to complete the Census at my2020census.gov or by calling 844-330-2020.
Here is a quick guide to the 2020 Census. Be prepared! Please review the checklist to know what information you will need to complete the questionnaire easily. 

If you have more questions, please visit our FAQ page or call the U.S. Census Bureau at (213) 314-6502. You can see the response rate for your neighborhood hereWATCH...
Reputable Sources for Covid-19 Updates
Continue to support local San Pedro businesses!