The Watts Rising TCC Leadership Council Meeting met in May and June and laid out a vision for a healthier Watts. Their work to date includes identifying 25 projects in their scope, developing a collaborative structure, identifying systems to change and changes that would constitute a win.
Watts Neighborhood Council held elections on Saturday, June 8 at the 109th Street Recreation Center. Thank you to everyone who came out and voted.
The Watts Streetscape project brings 54 trees, repaired sidewalk, curb ramps, high visibility crosswalks and more!
On May 24, Watts celebrated Grammy Award-winning artist Jay Rock for his contributions to the community.
Vote in our elections on June 8, 10am-2pm at the 109th Street Recreation Center Classroom, 1464 E. 109th Street.
As of March 2019, Cannon is 90% complete with the work. We are completing finishes in all buildings and sitework on the exteriors. Our current projected completion is late Spring, early Summer 2019.
This is your chance to have a seat at the table in the room where it happens! We are excited to welcome prospective members to run for a seat. Candidates should have a passion for making a difference in Watts. Register February 23-March 26.
Now is the time to prepare to audition for the Jordan Downs Community Play and Festival. Talents of all kinds are needed. Auditions are March 27-31.
Please take the Metro Survey about potential express lanes on the 105 between the 405 and the 605.
UCLA Graduate Dustin Khuu is conducting a survey on transportation choices in Watts and Jordan Downs. Please help him out by completing his survey now.