Fireworks are dangerous and illegal

Fireworks are dangerous and illegal

Fireworks Have Consequences. WHY ARE FIREWORKS IN L.A. ILLEGAL? Fireworks kill on average 40 people per year. More than 3,000 people are hospitalized. More than half of those victims are children. There are many other reasons to avoid the personal use of fireworks,...
Safer LA Update

Safer LA Update

Beginning Friday, June 12, 2020 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) Businesses that...
What’s Open?

What’s Open?

In his press conference May 29th, Mayor Garcetti announced some of the latest steps the City and County of Los Angeles are taking toward a public health-conscious reopening of local businesses and public spaces. Here’s an overview of what’s open so far – please keep...
Can Sunlight Kill the Virus?

Can Sunlight Kill the Virus?

Research on the Effect of Sunlight on the Virus Newsweek reported May 22, 2020 that research showed that sunlight deactivated the virus in 7-14 minutes. Full Newsweek Article on Sunlight & Coronavirus. Safety Alerts Stay on top of the Mayor’s latest updates...
Valley Glen Donates Two Trucks of Food

Valley Glen Donates Two Trucks of Food

Thank you to the more than 150 people who donated to our Food Drive this past weekend and to the 20 volunteers who helped. With the support of Councilman Paul Krekorian, the Valley Glen Neighborhood Association and Olive Fresh MarketPlace, we donated nearly a pallet...
Drive Through Testing

Drive Through Testing

Face Masks The Getty is teaming up with the Mayor to recommend you wear cloth face coverings—not medical masks—when leaving your home, like our pal in denim here. Cloth face coverings can be made with a bandana or scarf, or you can create one using fabric:...
Safer At Home: Masks Required

Safer At Home: Masks Required

As of Friday, April 10, face masks will be required when you are out interacting with any business. If you are not wearing one, they can refuse to serve you. Required face coverings are not medical-grade masks or N95 respirators, but rather, fabric coverings, such as...
Coronavirus News & Resources

Coronavirus News & Resources

March 27, 2020 Mayor Garcetti has extended the Safer at Home order as of March 26: Closure of all outdoor sports amenities — including skate parks, tennis courts, baseball fields, and basketball courts. Parks still remain open for walking or running; however, when at...
All Meetings Cancelled In March

All Meetings Cancelled In March

We have just received notice from the City 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. All Angelenos should sign up for...
Coyotes Pestering Valley Glen

Coyotes Pestering Valley Glen

At our December meeting we again heard stakeholder concerns about coyotes and the danger they present to children and pets in Valley Glen. We are aware that they may have dens in the radio tower lot to the east of Valley College. If you have concerns about coyotes we...