In keeping with Mayor Garcetti’s directive issued today, entitled “COVID-19 City Guidelines,” all Neighborhood Council (NC) Board, Committee, Alliance, and Liaison meetings, as well as all other NC-related events – are suspended up to and including March 31, 2020.


Helpful resources to help you get information on the Coronavirus:


NC contact information:

LA City Housing Department Webinars

LA City Housing Department Webinars


Rent Stabilization Ordinance (RSO) & COVID-19 Emergency Renter Protections Update

Come join the Los Angeles Housing Department at one of our weekly webinars as we provide an overview of the City’s Rent Stabilization Ordinance (RSO) and discuss the current COVID-19 renter protections as the City’s Declaration of the local Emergency will expire on February 1, 2023. The one-hour webinars include a Q&A session.

The one-hour sessions include a Q & A period. Presented by the LAHD’s Rent Stabilization Division staff. Sessions will be held via Zoom. Register to attend.

Wednesday, January 18th

Wednesday, January 25th

CLICK HERE to sign up to attend a virtual session. Or, call 213-928-9075 to sign up to attend.

para inquilinos

Ordenanza de Estabilización de Alquiler (RSO) y Actualización de Protecciones de Emergencia para Propietarios por el COVID-19

Unase al Departamento de Vivienda de la Ciudad de Los Angeles a uno de nuestros seminarios virtuales semanales dones hablaremos acerca de las protecciones para inquilinos por el COVID-19 ya que la Declaración de Emergencia local de la Ciudad vencerá el 1 de febrero del 2023. El seminario virtual de duración de una hora incluye una sesión de preguntas y respuestas.

Los seminarios virtuales serán presentados por el personal de la División de Estabilización de Alquileres de LAHD.  Las sesiones serán vía Zoom. Regístrese para asistir.

MIÉRCOLES a las 6:00 PM
miércoles, 18 de enero – Inglés

MIÉRCOLES a las 6:00 PM
miércoles, 25 de enero – Español

Registrese AQUÍ para asistir una sesión virtual.

O llame al 213-928-9075 para registrarse para asistir.

Free Conservation Workshops

Free Conservation Workshops

Presented by the West Adams Neighborhood Council

Mondays, January 30 and February 6
6:30 – 7:30 pm
Baldwin Hills Public Library
2906 S. La Brea Ave., Los Angeles 90016

Led by Conservationist Steven Meeks, you’ll learn:

  • LA Water History
  • How to Conserve Water
  • How to Make Compost

Download printable flyer here

2023 Neighborhood Council Candidate Filing NOW OPEN

2023 Neighborhood Council Candidate Filing NOW OPEN

Get Involved in Your Community – Join the West Adams Neighborhood Council!

Do you want a voice in CITY SERVICES? REDEVELOPMENT of the West Adams Neighborhood? Other LA policies and issues important to you? Join our Neighborhood Council! YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE!

Candidate Filing is open from December 23, 2022 – February 6, 2023.

While Neighborhood Council board members are volunteers, they are public officials elected by the members of their community. Most board members serve two-year terms; a few Neighborhood Councils have four-year terms.


Unlike other city, state, or federal elections, voting and being a candidate in Neighborhood Council (NC) elections is open to more than just the residents of a community. Participation is open to those who live, work, or own property or a business within an NC’s boundaries, as well as to “community interest stakeholders,” such as church members, local students (or parents of students), or members of local service organizations.

Candidates and voters need not be US citizens or legal residents to qualify. Participation is also open to the formerly incarcerated. The minimum age to vote is 16; the minimum age to run for most NC seats is 18, except for Youth Seat candidates, who may be between the ages of 14-17.

Community Input Survey

Community Input Survey

L.A. Controller Ron Galperin’s Community Engagement team is conducting a survey about City-collected fines and fees. These include parking tickets, minor traffic citations, library fines, animal service fees, and more. Our office is doing an analysis of these fines and fees, and, as part of our work, we are seeking input from Angelenos about their experiences.

By collecting responses from a broad swath of Angelenos, we can enrich our understanding of the impact of City-collected fines and fees on Angelenos.

Please provide us your input here

Greater Los Angeles Safety & Preparedness Fair

Greater Los Angeles Safety & Preparedness Fair

Sunday, November 13, 2022, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Exposition Park, Green Lot, 3996 Hoover St., Los Angeles 90037

The fair is FREE – everyone is Welcome!


  • FREE Kids Bike Safety Rodeo (Kids bring your bike & helmet)
  • Hands-on Training
  • FREE Emergency Supplies
  • FREE Raffle
  • Tons of Information Books
  • Food Trucks
  • Preparedness Supplies for purchase

Click here for more information and to register

Downloadable flyers: ENGLISH | SPANISH

4th Annual Safety & Preparedness Fair Sponsors
Claim Child Tax Credit

Claim Child Tax Credit

Get started with Get CTC by November 15, 2022 to claim your tax benefits in 2022.

Go to and use their simplified tax filing tool to claim your Child Tax Credit, Earned Income Tax Credit, and any missing amount of your third stimulus payment.

2022 Los Angeles Congress of Neighborhoods

2022 Los Angeles Congress of Neighborhoods

“The Future of LA: Celebrating our City,” is the largest annual gathering of Neighborhood Council leaders.

Join us for the 12th edition of this day of education and networking for Neighborhood Council leaders!

PURPOSE OF NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCILS: To Promote More Citizen Participation in Government and Make Government More Responsive to Local Needs. – Los Angeles City Charter, Article IX

Registration is Required!

Event is Free!

All Are Welcome.

Excessive Heat Warning and Ozone Advisory

Excessive Heat Warning and Ozone Advisory

Los Angeles is expecting a long period of extreme heat from Wednesday at 11am through at least Monday at 8pm. Temperatures could reach up to 112 degrees in the San Fernando Valley and up to 105 degrees in downtown Los Angeles and the LA basin. This heat wave will also impact air quality, and smog will reach unsafe levels in many parts of the City. Since these extremely high temperatures and bad air quality will continue for many days in a row, it’s very important to be proactive and make sure you and your community have a plan to stay safe during extreme heat.

Keep cool by resting in shady areas or buildings with air conditioning and drinking plenty of water. If you do not live in an air-conditioned building, you can take refuge from the heat at a public library, recreation facility, senior center or other public air-conditioned building near you. You may call 311 to identify the cooling centers closest to you, or visit to see a map of cooling center locations, and hours of operation (additional centers being added). Many pools and splash pads at your local Recreation and Parks locations will be available over the holiday weekend- you can find their hours of operation and locations by visiting the Daily Pool Status Website.

Check up on relatives and neighbors, especially if they have pre-existing health conditions or are sensitive to heat. Let them know the heat is coming and the ways to stay safe. Young children and pets should never be left unattended in vehicles under any circumstances. Additional information about staying safe during extreme heat, and a list of LA City cooling centers that will be operational during the Labor Day weekend are available at

Take extra precautions if you work, exercise, or spend time outside. When possible, reschedule strenuous activities to early morning or evening, or until this period of extreme heat is over. See the image below as a guide to help you recognise f signs and symptoms of heat exhaustion and heat stroke.
To reduce risk during outdoor work, OSHA recommends frequent rest breaks in shaded or air conditioned environments and staying hydrated. Wear lightweight and loose fitting clothing when possible. Employers must provide access to sufficient water.
Heat stroke is a life-threatening emergency- Anyone overcome by heat should be moved to a cool and shaded location, and then immediately call 911. Non-emergency heat-related information can be found by calling 311.

La advertencia de calor excesivo y aviso de ozono para la región de Los Ángeles permanecerá en efecto, empezando desde el miércoles 31 de agosto hasta el lunes 5 de septiembre. La Ciudad de Los Ángeles espera un largo periodo de calor extremo empezando desde el miércoles a las 11 de la mañana hasta al menos el lunes a las 8 de la noche. La Ciudad de Los Angeles urge que los angelinos se preparen para el aumento de temperatura.
Las temperaturas podrían alcanzar hasta 112 grados en el Valle de San Fernando y hasta 105 grados en el centro de Los Ángeles, y la cuenca de Los Ángeles. Esta ola de calor también afecta la calidad del aire y el smog alcanzará niveles inseguros en muchas partes de la ciudad. Dado que estas temperaturas extremadamente altas y la mala calidad del aire continuarán durante muchos días seguidos, es muy importante ser proactivo y asegurarse de que usted y su comunidad tengan un plan para mantenerse seguros durante el calor extremo.

Los residentes pueden combatir el calor permaneciendo en la sombra o en un edificio con aire acondicionado y bebiendo agua. Si no viven en un edificio con aire acondicionado, pueden buscar refugio en una biblioteca pública, en un centro de recreaciones, un centro para mayores, o otros edificios públicos con aire acondicionado. Puede llamar al 311 para identificar los centros de enfriamiento más cercanos o visitar Https://ready.lacounty.gove/heat/ para ver un mapa de las ubicaciones de los centros de enfriamiento y el horario de atención. Muchas piscinas y áreas de chapoteo en sus ubicaciones de los centros de recreaciones estarán disponibles durante el fin de semana festivo; puede encontrar sus horas de operación y ubicaciones visitando el sitio web Daily Pool Status o Diario de la Piscina.

Contacte a sus familiares y vecinos, especialmente si tienen condiciones de salud preexistentes o son sensibles al calor. Hágales saber que se acerca el calor y las formas de mantenerse a salvo. Los niños pequeños y las mascotas nunca deben dejarse desatendidos en los vehículos bajo ninguna circunstancia. Información adicional sobre cómo mantenerse seguro durante el calor extremo y una lista de los centros de enfriamiento de la ciudad de Los Ángeles que estarán operativos durante el fin de semana festivo de Labor Day estan disponibles en

Tome precauciones adicionales si trabaja, hace ejercicio, o pasa el tiempo afuera. Si es posible, reprograme cualquier actividad extenuante para la mañana, o la noche, o hasta que termine este periodo de calor extremo. Vea las imágenes a continuación como una guía para ayudarlo a reconocer los signos y síntomas del agotamiento por calor y la insolación. Utilicen vestimenta ligera y ropa no-ajustada cuando sea posible. Para reducir los riesgos de las personas que trabajan afuera, la Administración de Seguridad y Salud Ocupacional (OSHA por sus siglas en inglés), recomienda descansos frecuentes en la sombra o en lugares con aire acondicionado. Cualquier persona que sufra de agotamiento de calor debe ser movida a un área fría y con sombra. ¡El golpe de calor es una emergencia! Llamen al 911. Para información adicional sin emergencia, llame al 311.

Leimert Park Jazz Festival 2022

Leimert Park Jazz Festival 2022



DATE: Saturday, August 27, 2022
• Doors open: 11:30 AM
• Concert: 12:20-8:45 PM
• Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Mall, 3650 W. Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd, Los Angeles, CA


LA County Youth Climate Commission Outreach

LA County Youth Climate Commission Outreach

JOIN Los Angeles County’s first ever YOUTH CLIMATE COMMISSION!

The Youth Climate Commission, coordinated by the Chief Sustainability Office (CSO), will make recommendations, offer ideas, and provide input to the Board of Supervisors on the County’s climate-related goals, plans, actions, policies and initiatives. The County is committed to an inclusive recruitment process and invites young adult leaders from all backgrounds and communities to apply.

• Los Angeles County resident
• Identify as a young adult aged 18 years or older

Apply Here.
• Applications are due Thursday, September 15, 2022, at midnight.
• See our application FAQs here.

CSO is also hosting a virtual informational session for interested individuals who wish to learn more about the Youth Climate Commission. Stay tuned for more.

Download flyer for more information

If you have any questions, please contact

California Mortgage Relief Program Webinar

California Mortgage Relief Program Webinar

Senator Sydney Kamlager’s office is proud to partner with the California Mortgage Relief Program and CalHFA (CA Housing Finance Agency) to provide an informational webinar about assistance available to homeowners struggling with their housing payments due to the COVID-19 pandemic. We hope you and/or the folks in your network/organization—particularly the West Adams NC attendees and members—can join us to learn more about this program on Wednesday, June 1st, 2022 beginning at 6:00PM.

Please note, questions will need to be submitted in advance and can be entered in the Questions and Comments section on the webinar registration form. Here is the link to register.

Please share far and wide across Senate District 30.

Naomi Riley
District Representative
Office of Senator Sydney K. Kamlager| 30th District
(213) 745-6656 – District Office

Free Food Resources for Californians

Free Food Resources for Californians

Dear friends,

On behalf of Controller Ron Galperin, the Community Engagement team is proud to share our office’s updated Free Food in California map! Please click here to learn more about how this essential resource came to be.

L.A. Controller Ron Galperin just released this new statewide map of free food resources available to Californians. This is the only resource of its kind in California and shows more than 1,400 food banks, food pantries, emergency distribution centers, and other community resources providing free access to food across the state.

How to use the Free Food in California Map:
Users can find resources by typing their address into the search bar and choosing a search radius, or by clicking on a location near them on the map. Each dot on the map indicates the location of a separate resource site.

Users can click on a dot to view additional information including the name, address, and contact information. We recommend that anyone seeking assistance contact prospective sites before visiting to confirm hours and eligibility. Some locations may request that community members bring photo identification or other supporting documents when they visit.

Please reach out if you have any questions or feedback on the maps. Thank you as always for your engagement with the Controller’s office!

Tara Blagg

Community Engagement Aide
956-342-8215 (cell)

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