West Adams is forming a Neighborhood Team for disaster preparedness!


West Adams is forming a Neighborhood Team for disaster preparedness! We want YOU to join our *free* six-session training to learn essential skills and form an emergency plan with your neighbors. Please fill out this surveyEnglish

and visit PrepareWestAdams.org for more information and to register.


¡West Adams está formando un Equipo Vecinal para la preparación para desastres! Queremos que USTED se una a nuestra capacitación *gratuita* de seis sesiones para aprender habilidades esenciales y formar un plan de emergencia con sus vecinos. Encuesta en español

visite PrepareWestAdams.org para obtener más información y registrarse.

City of LA World’s First Climate Emergency Mobilization Office Director – Marta Segura

The City of LA Appoints World’s First Climate Emergency Mobilization Office Director Environmental Justice Leader Marta Segura!

More information – City of LA Mayors Office

Councilmember Paul Koretz Announces CEMO Appointment

Adams Boulevard Safety Project

The Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT) is proposing changes to Adams Blvd between Crenshaw Blvd and Fairfax Ave that will improve traffic safety and accessibility for all. Changes may include pavement repair, signal upgrades, bike lanes, lane reduction, pedestrian beacons, pedestrian refuge islands, and other safety treatments. Learn more about the Adams Blvd Safety Project below:

  • Adams Blvd Safety Project website
  • “Adams Blvd Safety Project Update” video
  • “Actualización del proyecto de seguridad de Adams Blvd” video
  • Adams Blvd Safety Project (October 2020) presentation

LADOT wants your help to plan the best improvements for this corridor by identifying issues you encounter through the “Feedback Map” here.

  • “How To Use the Feedback Map on LADOTlivablestreets.org” video

Contact information: visionzero@lacity.org

Increased trash pick up

We’re helping keep our communities safe and clean during this crisis by increasing trash and recycling pickup. For more details, you can call 311 or L.A. City Sanitation’s 24-hour customer care center at 800-773-2489.

Plans to Accelerate Paving in High Traffic Areas

Adjusted Deployment to Accelerate Paving in High Traffic Corridors (ADAPT)

Street paving and some street sweeping from residential streets to major corridors. With this change, many projects will be completed more quickly, and those staying at home will be less impacted by noise and disruption. (More info click here)

Ethnics & Immigrants Bear Brunt of Covid-19?

Ethnic and Immigrant Communities May Bear Brunt of Covid-19 Impacts

“The Coronavirus will hit ethnic and immigrant communities in California the hardest,” says Dr. Rishi Manchanda, founder and president of Health Begins, during a telebriefing organized by Ethnic Media Services and sponsored by the Blue Shield of California Foundation. (read more)

LA Sanitation & Environment Roadshow

Cochran Adams Relief Sewer Project

LA Sanitation/Environment

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2019 LASAN Open House SLA

2019 LASAN Open House SLA Spanish