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Watts Tree Inventory

Trees are one of our most valuable resources. 3,535 of them have been assessed in Watts. This inventory will help to strategically manage our Urban Forest, identify planting opportunities, calculate tree-related benefits, and will be continuously updated with ongoing forestry activities.

2020-11-17T10:39:42-08:00November 17th, 2020|Environmental, Home|

Free Life Skills Training

Due to the success of Watts Healthcare-YEPP and Avalon Carver Community Center (ACCC) Life Skills- What They DON'T Teach You In School series of workshops, they will be hosted again. Next week's topic is Virtual Platforms and is geared more towards adults who are not as tech savvy.

2020-11-17T10:23:14-08:00November 6th, 2020|Education|

Utility Grant Available

If you have lost income due to the COVID-19 pandemic, you may be eligible to receive a one-time, $500 check to help pay utility bills. Funding is limited. Online Applications accepted from November 2 through November 22, 2020.

2020-11-17T10:22:36-08:00November 6th, 2020|Home|

All fireworks are illegal

If you have a tip about illegal fireworks in your neighborhood contact https://complaint.lacity.org/Complaint/fireworks/ or https://www.lacrimestoppers.org/ and submit your information anonymously.

2020-11-17T10:31:38-08:00June 20th, 2020|Public Safety|

LAUSD Reopening Survey

LAUSD is surveying parents to find out what their preferences are regarding reopening schools in the fall: remote learning, on campus full time, hybrid and the details surrounding all that.

2020-11-17T10:29:31-08:00June 20th, 2020|Education|

Safer LA Update: Gyms May Open

Beginning Friday, June 12 the following are permitted to reopen/resume: gyms and fitness centers, museums, galleries, hotels for leisure, day camps and their pools, film, TV and music production, stadiums and arenas (without spectators)

2020-11-17T10:29:40-08:00June 11th, 2020|Public Safety|

What’s Open?

Restaurants, barber shops, and hair salons may now choose to reopen, but under specific guidelines. For example, hair salons and barber shops may only serve one client at a time, and everyone must wear a face covering. Nail salons and businesses providing spa or massage services, or other “close-contact services,” remain closed. Restaurants may operate at 60% capacity, but their bar areas remain closed.

2020-11-17T10:31:22-08:00June 1st, 2020|Public Safety|
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