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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
NANDC Area 1 Representative Meet-up on January 4, 2020 from 9am-10:30am!Read More
December's Policy Commitee Meeting CanceledRead More
Read the full crime report for October 2019, which is broken down by the three areas in the NANDC district.Read More
This year we are gathering socks to donate to The Source ,which operates out of Expo Library, which provides free resources to low income and homeless Angelinos to assist them with transitioning to improved living conditions. So please grab some socks and join NANDC. 🎄🎁Read More
Free Health & Homeless Shelter ServicesRead More
Read the full crime report for September 2019, which is broken down by the three areas in the NANDC district.Read More
To prevent the displacement of individuals and families facing exorbitant rent increases, the LA City Council recently approved an "Emergency Renters Relief Program." The citywide program offers temporary financial assistance to prevent evictions for non-payment of rent through December 31, 2019. Beginning on January 1, 2020, the Tenant Protection Act of 2019 will protect renters from excessive rent increases.
You could be eligible to receive a rent subsidy if you(r):
*Reside in a rental property in Los Angeles Unit was built before January 1, 2005
*Household income is below 80% of the Area Median Income (AMI)
*Limited Time Program*Restrictions Apply*Read More
Did you know the Census questionnaire will be offered online for the first time ever in 2020?
Many city residents may not have access to the internet at home.
There's something you can do to help.Read More
Help your community gain the funding and representation it deserves for the next 10 years!
On Saturday, October 26, NANDC joined Councilman Marqueece Harris-Dawson, Bureau of Street Services and The Department of Public Works for wonderful groundbreaking on Reimagine Western Ave.Read More
Join Los Angeles City Planning for an information session and Q & A on the City's Home-Sharing Program.Read More
Please Join Redeemer Commuity Partnership in their new campaign #makenormandiebeautiful.Read More
Total crime in the City of Los Angeles in August 2019 decreased by 6.2% from August 2018. Comparitevely, in the NANDC area, the total number of crimes reported in August 2019 decreased by 11.7% to 424 when compared with the same month a year ago. Read the full customized August 2019 crime report for the NANDC area.Read More
Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas invites you to attend the Governor's Statewide Homeless & Supportive Housing Advisory Task Force Meeting on Friday, September 27, 2019 in Los Angeles at the King/Drew Magnet High School of Medicine and Science.
This is the second in a series of meetings being held around the State of California.Meeting on Friday, September 27, 2019 in Los Angeles at the King/Drew Magnet High School of Medicine and Science. This is the second in a series of meetings being held around the State of California.
Please Join Us!
Would you like to be a part of the conversation surround the future of the Jefferson Oil Drill Site?
Then you will want to attend Redeemer Community Partnership’s community meeting on Sept 11!Read More
Join the Music Center Plaza to celebrate their grand opening of the newly renovated Music Center Plaza with "FREE" public events, featuring art-making, musical performances, food and festivities throughout Labor Day weekend!Read More
Please help us spread the Word!Read More
NANDC currently has an opening for an At-Large Representative. If you're a stakeholder and want to be a voice for your community, we encourage you to apply!Read More
Free English Pograms at Expo Park Library at the Exposition Park Library on Western Avenue. Classes include English Conversation, Reading, Literature Comprehension and more.Read More
In June 29, the Neighborhood Council Budget Advocates hosted the annual Budget Day at City Hall in Downtown Los Angeles. Attendees included Los Angeles stakeholders, Neighborhood Council Board Members, Elected Officials, City employees and members of the press and anyone interested in learning more about our City's budget.Read More
The West Adams Farmers Market will be held on the 1st Sunday of every Month.
The "Grand Opening" will be on Sunday (September 1st, 2019)
Rain or Shine.Read More
Thursday, July 11, 2019
10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.Read More
A stretch of Normandie in South Los Angeles could be poised for a streetscape improvement project, according to a motion introduced last week by City Councilmember Marqueece Harris-Dawson.The project area spans a half-mile between Adams Blvd and Jefferson Blvd.Read More
NANDC Neighborhood Council had a record turn out for our elections on Saturday, June 15 at the Loren Miller Recreation Park. We had a great turn out of voters who came out to vote and enjoy great food from "King Taco".Read More
Happy Summer Neighbors!
The NANDC elections are now behind us and we are preparing for the new board to be sworn in at our next general meeting on Tuesday, July 9. So Please come join us!
NANDC elections are almost here! Voting will take place at Loren Miller Park on Saturday, June 15, 2019 from 10 AM - 2 PM.Read More
Please join us for SeniorFest, free event for the energetic and ageless (those 55 and older), taking place on Saturday, June 8 from 10am-2pm.Read More
On April 4, 2019 NANDC reviewed the proposed SB50 and voted to oppose the bill and provide written objection to adopting a plan which removes land use and planning and zoning overlays that help govern the development of our city.Read More
Please note that out Coffee with the Candidates event scheduled for Saturday, May 18 has been postponed. Please stay tuned for a new date and time.Read More
Construction has begun on 505-517 W. 31st Street, a seven-story building that will house up to 187 people. The building will consist of 73 apartments, including eight affordable housing units. The NANDC Policy Committee had a significant effect on the overall design of the building to give it an industrial look more appropriate for the area.Read More
Thanks to the 25+ people who participated in our March 9th cleanup of King Blvd! The participants cleaned up both sides of MLK Blvd from Western making it all the way past Normandie, picking up trash, cleaning sewers, weeding and more.Read More
Join us on Saturday, March 9 as we clean up MLK Blvd from Western to Normandie.Read More
Join LADWP Crenshaw Customer Service Center for a one-on-one consultation and account review with customer care experts.
LADWP Customer Service Center Experts will discuss additional options to reduce your utility bill and save money.
Saturday, Feb. 23, 2019
9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Crenshaw Customer Service Center
4030 Crenshaw Blvd
Los Angeles CA 90008
Please RSVP at 866-484-0433Read More
Understanding the basics of "Affordable Housing"
Saturday, March 2, 2019
Dr. Maya Angelou Community High School
300 East 53rd Street, Los Angeles CA 90011Read More
Take the 1st steps towards making your homeownership dream a reality!
Sign up for this workshop at (213) 483-2060. Registration is required!
District Office of Councilman Curren D. Price Jr.
4301 South Central Avenue, Los Angeles CA 90011
8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.Read More
Help green the community by helping to plant trees and clean up along Jefferson Blvd!
Saturday, March 23, 2019
1438 West Jefferson Blvd
9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.Read More
Neighborhood Council elections happen every two years. Together, LA’s 99 Neighborhood Councils form the grassroots level of the City’s government. In 2019, 94 of LA’s 99 Neighborhood Councils will participate in the election cycle.Read More
Council District 8 is pleased to invite you to their upcoming "Coffee with the Councilmember" meeting which is taking place at Bird's Nest Cafe (2403 South Vermont Avenue, Los Angeles CA 90007), one of the hidden gems of Council District 8.
Councilman Harris-Dawson is looking forward to a productive conversation about upcoming projects, human trafficking task force, nuisance abatement strike team and much more. As you are well aware, these friendly meetings include a substantial amount of Q&A, so please come ready to ask your questions.
"Know you Rights Workshop"
Please sign up to attend this worshop presented by USC Housing Law Clinic.
Have you seen NANDC's brand new bus shelter ads? We've installed 10 ads all over our neighborhood that will help with outreach and spread the word about YOUR neighborhood council.Read More
NANDC reviewed the 806 West Adams Champion Development and voted to oppose the project in its current form because of numerous issues.Read More
Each year, thousands of people gather throughout Los Angeles County to take part in the Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count. Having information about our homeless neighbors makes life better for all of us. NANDC members are going to count this year, will you?
You can now register for the Count ( www.theycountwillyou.org ), which will take place January 22-24:
Tuesday, January 22: San Fernando Valley, Santa Clarita Valley, & San Gabriel Valley
Wednesday, January 23: South Bay/Harbor Cities & East and West Los Angeles County
Thursday, January 24: Antelope Valley, Metro Los Angeles, & South Los Angeles County
Mayor Eric Garcetti announced the launch of ShakeAlertLA, the nation’s first publicly available earthquake early warning mobile application. The launch fulfilled his 2017 promise to launch the app by the end of 2018.
The ShakeAlertLA app can provide you with critical seconds of warning that an earthquake has begun and shaking is imminent. Alerts are issued when an earthquake of magnitude 5.0 or larger is detected by a regional sensor network and shaking is expected to be felt in the Los Angeles area.
Download the App today:Read More
Please vote your level of satisfaction on City Services and those elected to represent your interests. All Angelenos are encourage to rate the City’s services and what you think about elected officials and organizations, those who are supposed to work for you, at http://bit.ly/LAreportcard .
DEADLINE JANUARY 5, 2019.Read More
The 1190 West 29th Street development in the NANDC district is a fine example of a design review process that insures new development is compatible with the character of the neighborhood.Read More
We had an incredibly succesful cleanup this past weekend. Thanks to everyone who volunteered their time to help clean up an entire one-mile stretch of Jefferson Blvd. - all the way from from Western to Vermont.Read More
NANDC Board members were invited to visit Sanctuary of HOPE’s soon-to-be opening Bridge Housing site in Area 2 that will serve homeless, foster care, or at-risk youth.Read More
Our next cleanup event will take place along Jefferson Blvd on Saturday, October 6, 2018 from 9am-12pm.Read More
Construction on the four-story affordable housing project called Metro @ Western is well underway.Read More
We currently have two vacant roles: Area 1 Represenative and At-Large-Representative. NANDC Stakeholders are encouraged to apply!Read More
It’s summertime, and you know what that means: movies in the park! Come to a free screening of COCO July 27 at The Denker Recreation Center!Read More
Thank you to everyone who attended SunFest 2018 and helped make our big summer event a major success! NANDC and the office of Los Angeles City Councilman Marqueece Harris-Dawson partnered for this free event in South LA that featured live music, a ferris wheel, games, entertainment, free food, giveaways and more.Read More
NANDC and the office of Los Angeles City Councilman Marqueece Harris-Dawson will partner for SunFest 2018, a free event in South LA that will bring together the community to kick off the start of summer. The event will feature live music, rides, games, entertainment, free food, giveaways and more.Read More
Please note that the June NANDC board meeting has been canceled. The next board meeting will take place Thursday, July 5 at at 6:30pm at the USC Village Community Room.Read More
We’re excited to announce NANDC's inaugural SunFest, happening at Loren Miller Park from 12pm-5pm on Saturday, June 30!Read More
On April 22, 2018, our neighborhood saw the opening of the Banc of California Stadium in Exposition Park, after a total of 17 months of construction.Read More
Our community continues to make a difference! This past weekend, our neighbors got together to help clean up our streets.Read More
Have you seen our brand new bus bench ads around the neighborhood?Read More
NANDC is opposed to the I-110 HOV/HOT Flyover Connector Project due to its severe and irreparable impacts to not only the historic St. John's Cathedral but to the University Park neighborhood.Read More
Beginning Thursday, April 5, 2018, our monthly general board meetings will be held at USC Village Community Room.Read More
In March, NANDC board members joined 300 other local leaders at LA City Hall for the 2018 EmpowerLA Awards, celebrating Neighborhood Councils across Los Angeles, and where NANDC was honored to win an EmpowerLA Award.Read More
NANDC's next neighborhood clean-up will take place on Saturday, April 21, 2018 at 9:00 am! Meet on the corner of Normandie Ave and Exposition Blvd. Take pride in your community and make a difference - see you there!Read More
Hathaway Dinwiddie Construction Co will hold an informational session in May on how residents can take part in the construction of the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art in Exposition Park.Read More
The paid 6-week internship for the Summer Introduction to Engineering & Science Program is now accepting applications. High school juniors or seniors can earn $12.00 per hour, maximum of 20 hours per week during the internship.Read More
NANDC reviewed the proposed SB-827 bill and voted to oppose it and provide written objection to adopting a plan which removes land use and planning authority within one half mile of high quality transit from jurisdictions and charter cities.Read More
The Lucas Museum of Narrative Art officially broke ground in Exposition Park on Wednesday, March 14, 2018.Read More
Join LA City Attorney Mike Feuer for a Town Hall with local communities, including those in the NANDC area.Read More
We currently have an opening for two positions on the NANDC board:
In order to be eligible for the board you must be a stakeholder within the NANDC service area.
UPDATE: Both seats have now been filled: Please welcome new At-Large Rep Lucas Dickey and Area 2 Rep Jasmin MartinezRead More
NANDC recently issued a survey to our stakeholders - with the intent to get to know all of the great people who make up our proud community. The survey was taken online and in-person at several of our monthly meetings, door-to-door appeals and at NANDC events.Read More
With a oil drill site located right on Jefferson Blvd in the heart of the NANDC district, we believe our community might be interested in attending an event sponsored by STAND-LA. The event, "Stand for Justice," will take place on February 3, 2018.Read More
This year, the North Area Neighborhood Development Council completed community beautification projects, supported a number of great community events, such as family movie screenings, to reach our stakeholders, voiced our support for projects in our area that would bring more opportunities to our community – and more...Read More
Join us for our Holiday Party December 7...Read More
Quite often we do not receive follow up after approving and distributing Neighborhood Purpose Grants. This year, we gave a grant to United Voices of Literacy (UVOL) for their USC ReadersPlus...Read More
The Department of Neighborhood Empowerment is excited to announce IgniteLA, a program for young women that builds civic knowledge and leadership skills to bolster civic engagement...Read More
Saturday, November 4, NANDC partnered with KYCC and Make Jefferson Beautiful to plant 19 trees and clean and weed on Jefferson Blvd...Read More
NANDC wants to get to know all of the great people who make up our proud community – that includes you! Please take a moment to fill out and submit our short anonymous survey (it takes only two minutes of your time). Your answers will help us get to know you better and what issuesRead More
September is Civic Engagement Month in honor of the work of the Neighborhood Councils and of all the City’s public engagement efforts! Civic Engagement is about getting involved in your community. You are never too young or too old to get involved. Find out how!Read More
NANDC Board Members celebrated National Night Out against crime on August 1 with the Adams-Normandie Neighborhood Association.Read More
At our July 13 meeting and Volunteer Appreciation Social we heard from LAPD Officer Steven Hollowell, who is part of a four person bike patrol unit in the Southwest Area. He informed attendees that the bike patrol does issue warnings and citations and cautioned against distracted driving particularly with cellRead More
As part of Clean Streets LA, NANDC recently took part in several separate alley clean-ups.Read More
Construction on USC Village is almost complete! The complex, which will bring many new retail and food establishments to the neighborhood, will officially open to the public on August 16. USC has released new aerial footage of the complex. Check out its progress!Read More
City Council opened a 60 day public comment period June 8 on proposed ordinances regulating production and sale of commercial cannabis. Now is your chance to review the proposals and speak up about the production and sale of cannabis in your neighborhood.Read More
Join us in providing feedback on proposed traffic safety options on Western to reduce and eliminate traffic deaths and severe injuries.Read More
Councilmember Curren Price Jr. reports May 4, 2017 on the groundbreaking for a new Honda dealership: Big day for CD 9 today as we broke ground on a new Honda dealership—one of the largest retail and commercial investments in our community at more than $25 million. After decades of neglect and a lack of meaningfulRead More
NANDC is participating in the CleanStreets Challenge and this year we want to clean up the worst three alleys in our area. We need your help! Please nominate an alley in need of clean up. We are taking submissions through Thursday, April 27. Worst alleys may be submitted to [email protected] and should include cross streets,Read More
The Bureau of Street Services scheduled a Small Asphalt Repairs (SAR) truck for the Empowerment Congress North Neighborhood Council District to perform small asphalt repairs on ?May 3. Please forward your requests for consideration to [email protected] by April 24.Read More
The Emergency Management Department encourages you to sign up to receive free emergency alerts from the City’s NotifyLA program.Read More
As part of our outreach efforts, NANDC has partnered with the Council District 8 to host “Spring into Wellness.” This free community event is designed to raise public awareness of local resources dedicated to health & wellness, civic engagement, and financial literacy. For exhibitor and sponsorship opportunities, please contact [email protected]Read More
On February 5, NANDC participated in the festivities at the annual festival of the Cristo del Arbol de la Calle 22. NANDC was one of this year’s sponsors of this annual event, which included a procession and Aztec, Folkloric and Pre-Columbian dances, as well as delicious food!Read More
NANDC recently carefully reviewed the South and Southeast Community Plans over the course of three months, five committee and two board meetings and submitted a letter of comments and concerns to City Planning with our findings. The overall finding is that there are many positive concepts embraced in the draft South and Southeast Community Plans, butRead More
At our Policy Committee meeting on January 24, we thanked Dr. David Tool for his years of service to the community and NANDC. He received a commendation from the City of Los Angeles in appreciation for his service. We will miss him as he moves to be closer to his family. Well done, Dr. Tool!Read More
Beginning Thursday, February 2, 2017, our general monthly Board meetings will be at Hebrew Union College, 3077 University Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90007. This will give us and our stakeholders a better venue overall; accessibility, parking, space, acoustics, etc. And the college does not close till 10 PM.Read More
NANDC was on hand for the 2017 MLK Freedom Festival greeting attendees and telling them about how to get involved!Read More
It’s official! Welcome to the neighborhood, Lucas Museum of Narrative Art. We’re very happy to have you! For months, “Star Wars” creator George Lucas held the art world in suspense: Would he put his $1-billion Museum of Narrative Art in Los Angeles or San Francisco? On Tuesday came the answer. Lucas’ personal collection of fineRead More