Next steps include selecting a site operator, the private security operator, working with the community to determine final design elements and more.
Thank you to the Watts Bears who held their Annual Community Thanksgiving at the Watts Civic Center. Over 100 people were served a free Thanksgiving dinner on-site and the young bears delivered more than 150 meals to our fellow community members who are living on the streets.
Urbanize.LA reports in early 2018 that the 8.4 acres between 103rd and 108th adjacent to the Watts Blue Line Station may be developed into 290 low income apartment units as part of a transit-oriented community.
115 new three-story townhome-style units are almost complete and the City broke ground on 135 more units.
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 concerned about public safety at planned Skate Park.
Watts checked out electric vehicles at our Drive & Ride event at St. John's Methodist as part of Electric Drive Week.
Councilmember Buscaino has asked the Mayor’s office to conduct a viability check on three sites for Interim Housing in Council District 15. The first location is a city-owned lot in Watts at 2316 East Imperial Highway.
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!?
Watts NC celebrated the ground breaking for the Jordan Downs Plaza Retail Center on June 15. The project is being developed by Primestor in a public-private partnership and includes 113,000 of retail and dining space, adjacent to the redevelopment of Jordan Downs housing.