The Greater Los Angeles County Vector Control District (GLACVCD) has confirmed mosquito samples to test positive for West Nile virus (WNV) in Valley Glen, Van Nuys, North Hollywood, Valley Village, Studio City and Sherman Oaks! Please take steps to eliminate even the smallest amount of standing water and protect yourself.read more
The application will be open for five (5) days, starting at 8 AM on July 13th, and closing at 11:59 PM on July 17, 2020. After the application deadline, all applications submitted by 11:59 PM July 17th will be included in the random selection process. The subsidy is anticipated to assist an estimated 50,000 Los Angeles households. It will provide a grant of up to $1,000 per month, with a maximum grant of $2,000 per household, and will be paid directly to the tenant’s landlord on behalf of the tenant.read more
You can now use pick up services at the Studio City and Sherman Oaks Libraries! Find out how.read more
Fireworks kill on average 40 people per year. More than 3,000 people are hospitalized.
More than half of those victims are children. 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.
Eligible Los Angeles County small businesses located within a ¼-mile of a Major Transit Stop could receive up to $20,000 in loan funds to cover operating expenses. Loan applications can be completed directly on TOCloans.lacda.org by June 19 at 5PM.read more
A project is in the predesign phase to capture stormwater and address flooding at Victory and Goodland during the next rainy season. The meeting replay is available here and you can complete the survey and share your comments.read more
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)read more
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.read more
News about the effect of sunlight on the virus, how to avoid scams, DMV Virtual Offices, DWP assistance and more.read more
Get the summary info on the Community Plan Meeting Feedback from February. City Planning welcomes your comments.read more