Face Coverings in PublicPosted on 04/01/20
Early data suggests many who are infected with COVID-19 are not symptomatic, which is why Mayor Garcetti is recommending you use cloth face coverings plus physical distancing for essential activities.
Please do not use surgical and N95 masks, which are reserved for first responders and medical workers.Read More
California Attorney General Xavier Becerra has issued a price gouging alert following the recent statewide public health emergency declaration responding to novel coronavirus in California. Attorney General Becerra reminds all Californians that, under Penal Code Section 396, price gouging is illegal in all California communities during the declared state of emergency.
The Office of Senator Holly Mitchell has provided a list of COVID-19 Community Resources.
Use these resources to assist you in employment support, food insecurity and updates from government entities.
From Councilman Curren Price's office in CD9 comes this great resource guide about the Coronavirus pandemic, how it affects you and the city of Los Angeles.Read More
As the number of coronavirus cases continue to rise across Southern California, officials across the region are efforting ways to expand testing for the virus.
Early this morning, the Crenshaw Christian Center in South Los Angeles (7901 S. Vermont Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90044) opened its doors as a testing site for COVID-19. Click Here for Directions to CCC in Los Angeles
The testing process is expected to take around 10 minutes.
Individuals eligible for testing at this time include:
For frequently asked questions about testing, please visit the City's COVID-19 FAQRead More
In an effort to address non-emergency medical issues, and free up hospitals and Emergency Rooms to address major health issues, the Office of Assemblymember Reggie Jones-Sawyer has provided a list of clinics open in South Los Angeles to address non-emergent issues.Read More
Mayor Garcetti is issuing a "Safer at Home Emergency Order" — ordering all residents of the City of Los Angeles to stay inside their residences, and immediately limit all movement outside of their homes beyond what is absolutely essential. They are taking this urgent action to limit the spread of COVID-19 and save lives in our communities. The order is in effect at 11:59 p.m. tonight until April 19, 2020.Read More
Building a Stronger Community Together!Read More
Mayor Garcetti will hold daily updates to share the latest news on coronavirus in Los Angeles every day at 5:15pm PST for the duration of the crisis.
Learn how City services are being adjusted or reorganized to accommodate the shifts in the COVID-19 situation as it unfolds.
Watch live at 5:15 pm PST daily on the Mayor’s Facebook page at https://facebook.com/MayorOfLA, or on cable channel 35Read More
These are the emergency steps Mayor Garcetti is taking to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 and protect people across L.A. These orders go into effect at midnight tonight (March 16, 2020)Read More
Please note: Per the City of LA, all NANDC General Board, committee, alliance, and liaison meetings - as well as all other NANDC-related events - are suspended until further notice. Please stay tuned for any updates!Read More
There will not be a Homelessness Committee meeting in March. Next meeting TBA!Read More
The NANDC Task Force has been established to track, investigate, define issues and offer solutions for the scope of increasing demolished homes in the district that are being replaced by apartment buildings that are not considered affordable housing and are unavailable for the open market.Read More
There will not be a Marketing & Outreach Committee meeting in February. See you next month!Read More
Be Counted!Read More
This is an interactive map of demolished historic homes in the NANDC area, mostly Area 1 and Area 2. This map contains a partial list. More addresses will be added as they are discovered.Read More
The Scoping Period for the Exposition Park Master Plan Has Begun! The purpose of the Scoping Period is to show the conceptual plan to the public and solicit feedback from community members on what should be studied in the environmental review process.Read More
Together we can help ease the housing crisis ......
Learn more about an Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU)Read More
The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power is warning residents about another phone scam, where imposters are telling customers they are past due on payments and if they don't pay they will have their services shut off.
Metro Los Angeles has Introduced new letter names for its lines. The Expo Line is now the E Line!
The updated line letter names will be as follows:Read More
Friday, Jan. 24 (4:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.) & Saturday, Jan. 25th (9:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.)Read More
SNPLA Mobile Pet Vaccination Clinic will be having extended hours 4pm-8pm
Wednesday, January 22, 2020
South LA Animal Shelter
1859 West 60th Street
Los Angeles, CA 90047Read More
Join Redeemer Community Partnership in working together in their envision of a safe, beautiful walking and biking neighborhood, accessible to everyone!
Saturday, Feb 1, 9am-12pm, Denker Rec Center at the Betty Hill CenterRead More
The 2020 Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count is next week!
Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority needs thousands of #volunteers to hit the streets and count our homeless neighbors in LA County.Read More
DWP wants to help you save money!
Learn more ......Read More
The Arlington Avenue Sewer Rehabilitation, the LA Department of Public Works project from Jefferson Boulevard to Obama Boulevard that will increase the reliability of the sewer system and protect the environment for decades to come, is now underway.
The Arlington Avenue Sewer Rehabilitation, the LA Department of Public Works project from Jefferson Boulevard to Obama Boulevard that will increase the reliability of the sewer system and protect the environment for decades to come, is now underway. The City’s sewer system requires regular maintenance, which may include cleaning, repair, rehabilitation, and replacement. The project will continue through Fall 2020. Please be aware that this work will cause traffic delays.
Details about the project will be presented at the next NANDC board meeting on Thursday, January 9, 2020 at USC Village.Read More
NANDC Area 2 Representative Meet-and Greet on February 1, 2020 from 10:00 am-12:00pm!Read More
NANDC had a very busy 2019. We exist to encourage more citizen participation in government and make government more responsive to local needs. To that end we completed community beautification projects with the assistance of the Department of Sanitation and provided support to a number of festive community events, either fiscally or with good old-fashioned sweat equity. We improved our outreach to our stakeholders and voiced our support for projects in our area that will bring more employment opportunities to our community.
We won’t brag too much, but here are some of our 2019 highlights.Read More
January's General Board Meeting CanceledRead More