as of 8:00pm, July 23th
(number includes San Pedro and unincorporated area of La Rambla; number does not include cases at Terminal Island Federal Correctional Institution).  
Source: Los Angeles County Department of Public Health
Upcoming Virtual Meeting
NWSPNC Planning & Land Use Committee Special Meeting
Thursday, July 30, 2020, 6:00pm

At this meeting there will be a presentation on plans
to replace the old Marie Callender's and the
Boiler Express with a new restaurant Raising Cain
NWSPNC Seeking Applicants to fill
Vacant Board Seats
Joining your local Neighborhood Council offers a great opportunity to have your voice heard and to become involved in helping determine the future of your community!

Deadline to apply is August 4, 2020
Compliance Plan for Health Orders is Unveiled
LA County's Department of Public Health (DPH) unveiled a compliance and enforcement plan yesterday to ensure infection control measures are in place in businesses across the County. The tiered plan will include citations and fines for businesses that continue to violate Health Officer Orders, and aims to ensure the health and economy of those who work and live in LA County are protected from the deadly virus. READ MORE

LA County Parks has joined forces with the Los Angeles Rams Cheerleaders to kick off the first-ever Virtual Cheer Camp next Monday, July 27 at 10 a.m. (to join the live-stream celebration,  click here  to register).

The free Virtual Cheer Camp will run from July 27 through July 31. It will not only help celebrate the 25 year anniversary of LA County's Cheer Program, but will keep County youth active during the COVID-19 pandemic by teaching cheer basics and dance routines, while promoting positive self-esteem, teamwork and empowerment.

LA County co-ed youth between 4-18 years old can participate remotely via video conference from any computer or mobile device. All levels are welcomed.
Registration is free but required in order to participate in the live stream event. To sign up, you’ll create a free account on LA County Parks' online registration system. While the process is simple, we've prepared a  tutoria l  for you to ensure the opportunity is not missed! To learn more or sign up for Virtual Cheer Camp,  click here .  

After the initial kick-off, the remaining four days of Cheer Camp will have cheer programming available via LA County Parks From Home Virtual Recreation Center with pre-recorded videos from LA County Parks and Los Angeles Rams Cheerleaders. We’ll offer suggested schedules for all levels: Minis, Juniors, and Teens. Feel free to go at your own pace. 

For questions, contact LA County Parks at  or (626) 588-5364.

Message from the Mayor
From the start of the COVID-19 crisis, I have made it clear that I would always level with the people of this city, speak honestly about where we are, and tell you what we’re doing to fight the virus and what you can expect in the days and weeks ahead.

As we continue to face this unprecedented public health challenge, that commitment remains the same. So here’s the bottom line: COVID-19 is not going away anytime soon. It will be with us –– and remain a threat –– for the foreseeable future.

Right now, our COVID-19  threat level  is at orange. This means the virus is a danger to all of us and continues to spread throughout the community. In order to stay safe, we need to continue wearing masks, avoid gatherings, wash our hands frequently, and keep physical distance from others.
San Pedro Meals on Wheels
Enjoy these Virtual Events
San Pedro Waterfront Arts District presents

Armchair ArtsWalk Tour on
FirstThursday, August 6th, 6:00pm
Celebrating Charles Bukowski’s 100 th  Birthday
The public is invited to join us on Zoom, by registering for a free ticket on Eventbrite: , where you can see all of the Armchair ArtWalks for 2020 and register for a one-hour virtual, interactive tour with some amazing artists. We will also be live streaming on our Facebook site.
Alta Sea at the Port of Los Angeles invites you to a Live Chat with Dr. Roberta Marinelli:

The Future of Ocean Science: Where are the Frontiers?
Friday, July 31, 2020 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM

Mayor Garcetti's Summer Night Lights Program
Metro Bike Share Survey
2020 Census
See the rate of response in your neighborhood by visiting   this map  .
While you are staying safer at home, please take a few minutes to complete the Census at  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  .
Contact Tracing Alert: Scam!
You may receive calls from someone claiming to be a contact tracer

People might call you claiming to be a contact tracer. You need to be vigilant and prepared to know the difference between scammers and legitimate tracers.

  • Legitimate contact tracers will only ask where you may have visited recently and who you may have come in contact with. They will never ask for money, your immigration status, your Social Security number or your personal financial information.
  • If you receive a call and are unsure about the legitimacy of the caller, call the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health COVID-19 Contact Tracing Call Center at 833-540-0473 to confirm that the person who contacted you is authorized by the public health department.
  • To learn more about the Los Angeles County Public Health Department's efforts, visit their website.
  • For additional information about California's contact tracing efforts, visit the state's website.

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