This week's news includes face mask requirements, park closure for Easter, domestic violence assistance, how to volunteer from home for the census and dogs working from home.
This week we offer information about eviction moratoriums, job portals, WIC, how to make a face mask and diversions.
Our response rate is up to 26-34% as of April 3. Respond now to make sure Watts is counted and will get its fair share of representation and services!
Early Tuesday morning, the Crenshaw Christian Center in South Los Angeles opened its doors as a testing site for COVID-19. The testing process, in which those being tested will undergo a nasal swab, is expected to take around 10 minutes.
For those whose jobs have been impacted by COVID-19, this website enables unemployed or underemployed Angelenos to find and apply to job opportunities across all industries, so they can start working right NOW.
We are reaching out with news you can use about resources available to you during this pandemic. First of all, we urge you to continue to follow a Social Distancing strategy as a way to save lives. Find out about LAUSD Food, LAPD access, parking restrictions, library cards and more.
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.
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.
The new project would be a four-story building with 38 apartments for low and moderate income residents. This project is part of a larger plan which includes four buildings and 196 units.
Something to look for in 2020 is art on our public electric art boxes. The Watts Neighborhood Council invites you to be a part of our vision for 2020 by coming to a meeting and getting involved. Join us on January 14, 6:30pm at the Old Watts Library.