Los Angeles City meetings, agendas and city events calendar

Hollywood Community Police Advisory Board (CPAB)

Department of Neighborhood Empowerment (EmpowerLA)

 

Hollywood Coalition of Neighborhood Councils

Atwater Village Neighborhood Council
Central Hollywood NC
East Hollywood NC
Los Feliz NC
Hollywood Hills West NC
Hollywood Studio District NC

 

Community-Based Organizations

The Federation of Hillside and Canyon Associations

Argyle Civic Association

Beachwood Canyon Neighborhood Association

Hollywood Dell Civic Association
Hollywoodland Homeowners Association

The Oaks Homeowners Association 

ADOPT A PET

Adoption Fairs at Tailwaggers 

All Saturdays except the last weekend of the month*:
1929 N. Bronson Ave.
Hollywood, CA 90068
1:00pm – 4:00pm

*Except for Holidays Explore the options available at Los Angeles Animal Services.
Besides dogs and cats, the shelters seek homes for rabbits, roosters, and so much more.  They need homes for lizards and snakes too. There is also lots of information available on their website for assistance with spaying or neutering feral cat colonies or whatever you may need help with. More Coyote Information

To understand how you can better protect your pets from coyotes visit:
http://www.laanimalservices.com/aboutani_wildlife.htm

Copied at the bottom of this is an LA Times op-ed piece by Ed Boks, entitled, “Wile E. Neighbors:
Killing off coyotes and other L.A. fauna could actually make life worse for humans”

Department of Animal Services
We create happiness by bringing pets and people together.|
221 N. Figueroa Street, 5th Floor, L.A, CA 90012 (888) 452-7381
Administrative Office Hours:
Monday – Friday (8AM – 5PM)
Saturday, Sunday and Holidays (Closed)
Care Center Hours: Monday (Closed) Tuesday (8 AM-7PM) Wednesday (8AM-5PM) Thursday (8AM-7PM) Friday (8AM-5PM) Saturday (8AM-5PM) Sunday (11AM-5PM) Holidays (Closed)

Mission is to Promote and Protect the Health, Safety and Welfare of Animals and People in Los Angeles.

Vision Statement: We envision the day when every pet born is ensured a good home and care all its natural life and no animal will suffer because of abuse, neglect or ignorance, and all citizens, their property and neighborhoods are safe from the dangers and nuisances of irresponsible pet guardianship.

For more information about LA Animal Services visit: www.laanimalservices.com

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HOLLYWOOD MONTHLY REPORT (CD 13)
Update on current issues in your neighborhood

Our office is working with the CRA, LAUSD, and Dept. of Recreation & Parks on an agreement which allow for public access to the school’s green space to the community during the evenings and weekends. While this agreement is being finalizing, LAUSD is providing access to the public via Civic Center Permits. For any school related questions, call Joseph Piña of LAUSD Community Outreach at (213) 893-6809.

Useful Numbers & Websites
For all emergencies – 9-1-1
For non-emergency police service – 877-ASK-LAPD
For all City services – 3-1-1 or log onto www.lacity.org
For all County Services – 2-1-1
Hollywood LAPD Front Desk – 213-485-2563
To provide anonymous tips to LAPD: Send SMS text to 2-7-4-6-3-7 or log on to www.lapdonline.org

Business Improvement Districts
Hollywood Entertainment District – http://www.hollywoodbid.org
Sunset & Vine Improvement District – http://www.sunsetandvinebid.org
East Hollywood Improvement District – (323) 468-1375
Hollywood Media District – http://www.mediadistrict.org
Hollywood Chamber of Commerce – www.hollywoodchamber.net
Hollywood Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA) – (323) 960-2660 or
www.crala.org

Council District 13 – www.cd13.com

Recycling Center

Los Angeles-Glendale
S.A.F.E. COLLECTION CENTER
4600 Colorado Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90039
Hours of Operation: Saturday and Sunday, 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Los Angeles-Glendale
S.A.F.E. CENTER Location*
For the Residents of the City of Los Angeles and the County of Los Angeles
For security purposes, participants will be required to check-in with guard at front gate and show a valid California I.D.

WE ACCEPT: paint and solvents; used motor oil and filters, antifreeze, and other automotive fluids; cleaning products; pool and garden chemicals; aerosol cans; all medicine; auto batteries; household (alkaline) batteries; fluorescent tubes and bulbs, thermostats, and other mercury-containing lamps.
WE ALSO ACCEPT: computers, monitors, printers, network equipment, cables, telephones, televisions, microwaves, video games, cell phones, radios, stereos,VCRs, and electronic toys.
***RESIDENTS ARE LIMITED TO A TOTAL OF SIX PIECES PER VISIT TO A S.A.F.E. CENTER***

WE DO NOT ACCEPT: business waste, ammunition, explosives, radioactive material, biological waste or tires. Bulky Items: furniture, refrigerators, washing machines/dryers, conventional ovens, paper, computer software.
TRANSPORTATION LIMIT FOR CHEMICAL RELATED ITEMS:
It is against the law to transport more than 15 gallons or 125 pounds of hazardous waste to collection sites.Please pack your waste properly to prevent tipping or spilling of the waste during transportation.
No business and/or commercial waste drop-offs accepted and waste collection is suspended during rain.

For Information, Please Call 1-800-98-TOXIC (1-800-988-6942)
As a covered entity under Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City of Los Angeles does not
discriminate on the basis of disability and, upon request, will provide reasonable accommodation
to ensure equal access to its programs, services and activities.


VOTER INFORMATION

For lots of information go to www.SmartVoter.org or www.EasyVoter.org
Both are non-partisan, with lots of information, and are maintained by the League of Women Voters in collaboration with others.

The EasyVoter site is for the state of California, and you can download a copy of the Easy Voter Guide in English, Spanish, Chinese, Korean, Vietnamese, Tagalog and Japanese. You may also download a pdf Summary Supplement of Props 94, 95, 96 & 97 in English, Spanish, Korean, Vietnamese, and Chinese. The Easy Voter Guide Project also provides information about registering and voting in English, Spanish, Chinese, Vietnamese and Korean.

All links referenced above are at www.EasyVoter.org

Emergency Contacts

TTY Service 213-847-0652
Park-related emergencies 323-913-7390
Water Service .800-342-5397 (24 hours)
Power Service .800-342-5397 (24 hours)
Gas Service 800-427-2200
Traffic Signals .213-580-1177.213-485-2046 (after hours)
Road closures (Cal Trans) 800-427-7623
Filming 213-977-8600 8 am to 6 pm, Monday through Friday.
Off hours call service at 866-633-7533 or call 213-977-8600 and select option #2
Street Lights .800-303-5267 (24 hours)
American Red Cross Public Info 213-739-5205 (24 hours)
Animal Services .888-452-7381 (24 hours)
Building Inspection 888-524-2845 (7:00a.m.—5:00p.m.)
Storm damage/mud slide reports 888-524-2845 (7:00a.m.– 5:00p.m.)
Refuse Collection 800-773-2489 (24 hours)
Sewer or storm drain problems .213-485-7575 or 213-485-5391 (6:30a.m.-1:00a.m. M-F) 310-823-5507 (or) 310-822-0777 (1:00a.m.—6:30 a.m.)
Trees down/debris removal & related problems 800-996-2489 (24 hours) or 3-1-1

If you need further assistance accessing City services, call the 3-1-1 Call Center by dialing 3-1-1 within City limits, toll free 24 hours a day, seven days a week or by logging onto the www.lacity.org and clicking on the 3-1-1 icon.