The LA Ecovillage Institute invites you and all your friends/neighbors to our FREE workshops: “Save Energy & Win”, made possible by a grant from LADWP.
Come learn about various topics around climate and the environment, ways you can reduce your LADWP bills, get direct help applying for LADWP rebates and discounts, meet neighbors, and win cool energy-saving gadgets or cash!
Our next workshop is on Zoom, Saturday January 15th from 1 to 2pm. Spanish interpretation is always
The Echo Park Neighborhood Council has one open youth seat on the Board. If you are a stakeholder* within the Echo Park Neighborhood Council boundaries and are between 14 and 17 years old by the time of appointment to the board, you qualify for a seat. Applications currently being accepted. Eligible applicants may be invited to participate in a candidates' forum; family and friends will be welcome to attend. The Youth Representative is expected to be appointed at the next Ech
The Echo Park Neighborhood Council has three open seats for the Board of Governors - a District 2 seat and a District 3 seat and an at-large youth seat. Details on the at-large youth seat can be found here. If you are a stakeholder* in District 2 or 3 and at least 18 years old you can apply to join the Neighborhood Council as a representative for your respective district. If you are a stakeholder* in the Echo Park Neighborhood Council boundaries and are at least 18 years old
Angelenos can apply starting September 1 at 7 a.m. Renters who have already submitted an application to the City’s Emergency Renters Assistance program will receive detailed instructions on next steps by phone or email from the L.A. Housing + Community Investment Department.
Starting September 20th, booster shots will be offered to eligible adults eight months after they have been fully vaccinated. The Johnson & Johnson shot is not included in this - these boosters will only be available for the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines.
The Los Angeles Department of Public Health recommends several tips to reduce the risk of West Nile Virus infection: - Avoid mosquito-infested areas at dawn and dusk. -Use insect repellent. -Cover up. -Take steps to control mosquitoes indoors and outdoors. For more information and additional tips, visit: http://PublicHealth.LACounty.gov/media/westnile/
Thank you to LA City San for this important information! Recycling common household materials such as glass, plastic, paper, and aluminum is a simple way that all LA residents can contribute to protecting the environment and making #LosAngeles a better place to live. ♻️📦🗞 🗣 REMEMBER that all plastics must be RINSED and EMPTIED before placing them in the #bluebin. And, please breakdown cardboard boxes and DO NOT OVERLOAD your bins. Learn more about recycling 👇 lacitysan.or
The next Coalition for Economic Survival Tenants’ Rights Clinic is this Saturday. This is one-on-one counseling and not a townhall. This clinic is held EVERY Saturday! Accommodations are provided for Spanish and Russian speakers. Request registration at: HelpingLARenters@gmail.com
DOWNLOAD AB832 FORM - DECLARATION OF COVID-19 FINANCIAL DISTRESS On June 29, emergency tenant protections were extended by AB 832. Here's what you need to know: If you lost income due to COVID-19 and you cannot pay rent, keep submitting a written declaration to your landlord every month. If you submit a declaration, your landlord cannot evict you for not paying rent before October 1, 2021, without a "just cause." Tenants have until September 30, 2021, to pay 25% of the rent
Free rides -- and more! Get a free roundtrip ride from Lyft or Uber to your vaccination site! And between June 18-24, while at your vax site, get a chance to win a grand prize for a Universal Studios Hollywood VIP Experience or see Pepe Aguilar at the Staples Center. Details here! For more information about the city's response to COVID-19, head to our COVID-19 Resources page.
Join a live question and answer session about tenants’ and landlords’ rights during the COVID-19 public health crisis. An experienced landlord/tenant attorney will be available to answer questions about eviction protections for nonpayment of rent due to COVID-19, what landlords can and cannot do during the pandemic, what the outlook might be for renters when the eviction moratorium ends and the new process for collecting past-due rent through Small Claims Court. Whether you a