Watts Neighborhood Council Members were proud to be part of the signing ceremony for the Executive Directive to realize the vision of L.A.’s Green New Deal and put our city on the path to a carbon-neutral future.
Watts Neighborhood Council was excited to help with outreach for this hands on program featuring multiple green activities for all ages including kid-friendly gardening and tree care advice, a solar-power demonstration and electric vehicle test drives.
The LADWP Board voted in favor of Shared Solar, allowing renters to have access to solar power and rebates! And Watts NC was on hand to speak up in support.
Watts checked out electric vehicles at our Drive & Ride event at St. John's Methodist as part of Electric Drive Week.
The Third Annual Watts Electric Car Drive & Ride will showcase Watts' continuing evolution as a clean energy hotspot. Join us for test drives, food, activities and information on $9,500 in rebates!
Did you know that the City has a program that allows you to get up to 7 shade trees for FREE delivered right to your door!?
The environmental report found that although the project could have significant effect on the environment, revisions to the project make those possible impacts insignificant.
...the disconnect between the environmental toxics found on the site and the way they are being communicated to the public stems from the faulty interpretation and reporting of these results, rather than faulty testing.
The CARE Study will assess arsenic, lead, mercury, and other chemicals in your body and provide information on what you and your family can do to reduce your contact with these chemicals.
Watts NC is part of the Watts Rising Collaborative, instrumental in securing funding for affordable housing and environmental initiatives in Watts. “Watts has a special place in L.A. history, and this investment sets our eyes on what tomorrow should look like in a community of hardworking Angelenos with big dreams for the future,” said Mayor Garcetti. “This grant funding is a big step toward making those dreams come true — with improved quality of life, a renewed focus on public health, and better access to affordable housing.”