Visit our updated Homelessness page where you will find Resources, Data, volunteer opportunities, results from the 2020 Homeless Count, Homeless Count Key Message, Myths of Homelessness & more.
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
Bars remain closed and all events and gatherings unless specifically allowed by this Order remain prohibited. Additionally, face coverings and gloves must be worn at fitness facilities at all times.
Los Angeles County continues to see steep increases in community spread of COVID-19. There are 1,889 people currently hospitalized, 27% of these people are confirmed cases in the ICU and 18% are confirmed cases on ventilators. This is the largest number of people hospitalized since early May. CONTINUE READING...
Controller Galperin, in cooperation with the City’s Economic and Workforce Development Department (EWDD), released an interactive map and tracker displaying the microloans funded by the City of Los Angeles to help small businesses ineligible for federal CARES Act dollars get the assistance they need during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Job Loss Assistance and Resources
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 http://my2020census.govor 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.
Beware of Covid-19 Scams
COVID mask exemption cards are not from the government
To help limit the spread of the Coronavirus, many states are requiring people to wear face coverings in places open to the public. But there are cards circulating online and on social media that say the holder has a disability that prevents them from wearing a mask, and that it’s illegal for any business to ask them to disclose their condition. Variations of the card include the seal of the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ), one of the federal agencies responsible for enforcing the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
The fact is, these cards aren’t issued or endorsed by DOJ, or any other federal agency. DOJ urges the public not to rely on the information contained in these postings, and to visit ADA.govfor ADA information issued by the agency. READ MORE
Reputable Sources for Covid-19 Updates
For the latest information on Covid-19 from reputable sources, consider these links: