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District Offices

City Hall
200 N. Spring St.
Room 465
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Phone: (213) 473-7014
Fax: (213) 847-0680

Northeast
2035 Colorado Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90041
Phone: (323) 254-5295
Fax: (213) 485-8788

Boyle Heights
2130  E. 1st St.
Los Angeles, CA 90033
Phone: (323) 526-9332
Fax: (323) 526-9366

El Sereno
4927 E. Huntington Dr.
Suite 100
Los Angeles, CA 90032
Phone: (323) 226-1646
Fax: (323) 226-1644



 

El Sereno and Surrounding Communities Newsletter
 January 17, 2014

 


Community Photo of the Week



 Business Leaders from El Sereno conveyed for the first El Sereno Business Watch of the new year held by the Office of Councilmember Jose Huizar


 
 
Have an awesome picture of El Sereno to share? Please do! Send photos to julio.esperias.jr@lacity.org. Each week a photo will be featured in our week in review.
 


In This Newsletter:


 

Upcoming Events & Community Bulletin

 


 

Northridge Earthquake Anniversary - Reminder to be Prepared for "The Big One"


 

 Friends, on the 20th anniversary of the Northridge Earthquake, Councilmember Huizar wants to remind you to please take a moment to review these earthquake safety tips to keep you and your loved-ones safe during a major earthquake:
 
Before an earthquake - be prepared:

  • Know the earthquake plans for all buildings you occupy regularly.
  • Practice your earthquake procedure - drop, cover, and hold. Pick the safest place to do so in each room in your home, work, and/or school.
  • Make sure your home is securely anchored to its foundation.
  • Create and maintain an emergency supplies kit and keep in a convenient location.


During an earthquake:

  • If you are indoors, duck and cover, preferably under a sturdy table or desk, holding onto a leg in case it moves. Avoid doorways, as they are no stronger than any other part of the building structure and swinging doors may cause injury. Do not run outside - you risk being hit by falling debris.
  • If you are outside, find a clear space, drop, and remain there until it stops. Move away from buildings, power lines, trees, and streetlights.
  • If you are in a car, pull over and remain in your car. Getting out will put you at risk of being hit by another car.


After an earthquake:

  • Expect and prepare for potential aftershocks, landslides, or, less frequently, a tsunami. Aftershocks can occur minutes, days, weeks, and even months after. Drop, cover, and hold.
  • Check yourself for injuries before assisting others.
  • Look for and extinguish small fires, the most common hazard after an earthquake.

For more information on earthquake safety, please visit RedCross.org
 
To request an Earthquake Preparedness Handbook (available in Spanish), visit https://sslearthquake.usgs.gov/regional/nca/handbook/
 
To plan a drill for your school, organization, or company through The Great California Shakeout, visit http://www.shakeout.org/california/


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USC Master Plan Presentation


 

Date:              Wednesday, January 22, 2014
Time:              6:30pm
Place:            
Sacread Heart Church Auditorium - 2821 Baldwin St., Los Angeles, 90031

 
University of Southern California Presentation on USC Health Sciences Campus Master Plan. Learn about the latest development efforts. Meeting will be held in the Sacred Heart Church Auditorium: 2821 Baldwin St., corner of Griffin Avenue in Lincoln Heights 90031.  For more information, contact USC Community Partnerships at (323) 442-357.

 

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Monterey Hills Local Issues Committee


 

Date:              Monday, January 27, 2014
Time:              7:00pm
Place:             
Ramona Hall - 4580 North Figueroa Street, Los Angeles 90065 

 
The Monterey Hills Local Issues Committee is asking all residents of Monterey Hills to join this meeting to discuss issues concerning you and Monterey Hills. This committee will listen to your ideas and take them to be heard by the entire ASNC board. Please plan to attend this next meeting so that you can see your very local city government at work. 
 

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Pre-Valentines Fundraiser Dinner - Hosted by Tender Loving Covers

 

Date:              Saturday, February 8, 2014
Time:              6pm to 11pm
Place:           Margarita Jones
                      541 S. Arroyo Parkway, Pasadena, CA 91105
 

Tender Loving Covers is a small group of quilters, established in 2010. This pre-Valentine's Day Fundraiser Dinner will go towards fulfilling its to deliver enough quilts and educational packets to orphanages and homeless shelters in California to children till the age of 14. 

For $25 per person, it will include dinner and glass champagne. Tables are limited. For any questions or to RSVP contact Lisa Almeida - Founder of TLC, at (626) 233-1245. 
 

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LA 32 NC Land Use and Development Committee Meeting


 

Date:              Thursday, January 26, 2014 
Time:              6p
Place:             El Sereno Library
                       
5226 S Huntington Dr, Los Angeles 90032

The LA-32 Neighborhood Council serves communities within zip code 90032, including: El Sereno, Emery Park, University Hills, Sierra Park, Rose Hills, and Hillside Village, all of which have their unique characteristics and personalities.
 
The mission of the LA-32 Neighborhood Council is to preserve and improve the quality of life by creating a safe, healthy, orderly and clean environment that promotes the community spirit of inclusion, cooperation, participation and collaboration in accordance with the wishes of the community through outstanding service.

 

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MyLA 311 App


Want to make sure LA stays beautiful? Then use MyLA311MyLA311 is designed to bring city services to the palm of your hand.
 
Through MyLA311, you can:
  • Report graffiti, potholes, bulky items, and more
  • Pay your LADWP bill
  • Locate and get directions to local parks, libraries, and other city facilities
  • Follow the Twitter and Facebook accounts of city departments and your local elected officials>
Whenever you submit a request through MyLA311, the respective city department receives an email with the details of your request. If you like, you can include your contact information so the city can follow up with you if they need more details about your request.

You can download the MyLA311 Mobile App here:
 
iPhone - Download Here
 
Android - Download Here

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Keep Us Informed!
 
Do you have an important announcement or news item that should be shared with El Sereno and surrounding communities? Please forward any announcements to julio.esperias.jr@lacity.org. Additionally, please feel free to share our newsletter throughout all of your networks.
 

 
 
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