This week we offer information about the eviction moratorium, WIC, LAUSD Mental Health, how to make a face mask and diversions.
You may submit public comment by April 27, 5pm on the proposed Water Trunk Line Replacement project to run down Mason.
Our response rate is up to 50-63% as of April 24. Respond now to make sure Winnetka is counted and will get its fair share of representation and services!
The first phase of work will start for the Metro Orange Line (MOL) Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) Improvements Project. The proposed pre-construction activities are to include but not limited to potholing, trenching and pavement restoration. This activity will begin on Monday, March 23, 2020 through Saturday, April 11, 2020 (intermittently), during daytime hours from 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
The County has closed beaches, beach bike paths, bathrooms, piers, promenades and trails. The City has closed all outdoor sports amenities — including skate parks, tennis courts, baseball fields, and basketball courts. Parks still remain open for walking or running; however, when at a park for any reason, Angelenos must maintain a distance of at least six feet between individuals at all times. Restrooms accessible to the outdoors will remain open during regular operating hours.
There is no current evidence that you will get COVID-19 from your family pet.
Social Distancing Reasons, Tax Relief and Price Gouging reporting, oh my!
We have just received notice that all Neighborhood Council board, committee, alliance, and liaison meetings - as well as all other NC-related events - are suspended up to and including March 31, 2020. Please sign up for city alerts at NotifyLA.org
The dead end alley just north of Roscoe and west of Mason has suffered from persistent encampments negatively impacting surrounding homeowners and businesses. A mitigation plan is afoot to privatize the alley.
There is a new high visibility, flashing pedestrian crosswalk on Winnetka Ave. at Lanark St. This "Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon" is the first in the Valley. Keep an eye out and stop for pedestrians at every crosswalk.