Request Speed Humps September 12

Request Speed Humps September 12

The Speed Hump Program opens up a review cycle every 6 months to take petitions for speed humps. The speed hump application window will open September 12 at 8 a.m. PST. For more info and to start the process, click on Step 1 and follow the instructions. Additionally,...
Take the Public Safety Survey Now

Take the Public Safety Survey Now

The Greater Valley Glen Council Safety Committee is conducting a survey to better understand which public safety issues are of greatest concern to our community and the importance of Neighborhood Watch, Nextdoor, Community Emergency Response Training and more. Please...
New Valley Glen Signal Protects Pedestrians

New Valley Glen Signal Protects Pedestrians

VALLEY GLEN – The week of August 24, 2018, Councilmember Krekorian, joined by the LA Department of Transportation and community members, flipped the switch to activate a new crosswalk signal at the intersection of Oxnard Street and Varna Avenue, a vital...
How to Prevent West Nile Virus

How to Prevent West Nile Virus

LOS ANGELES – The Greater Los Angeles County Vector Control District advises residents to take precautions against mosquitos and prevent the spread of West Nile. West Nile virus is a “bird virus” primarily transmitted between birds by mosquitoes. The virus also can be...
How to Harden the Target Against Burglary & Theft

How to Harden the Target Against Burglary & Theft

The Greater Valley Glen Council Public Safety Committee is concerned about crime prevention and offers you these tips on how to secure your home, business and car from burglaries and theft. You may also be interested in using the Crime Stoppers hotline. What is Crime...
LAPD Seeks Input on Video Policy & Police Chief

LAPD Seeks Input on Video Policy & Police Chief

The LAPD has released their draft policy regarding releasing critical incident video, which calls for releasing the video within 45 days of the incident or sooner along with relevant information to provide context. Critical incidents are described as: Officer-involved...
Speed Hump Application Window Opens

Speed Hump Application Window Opens

Does your street seem like a NASCAR track? Starting Sept. 22, at 8am the LA Department of Transportation will begin accepting a new round of applications for its Speed Hump Program. This is the second year in a row that LA will offer this program across the city....