Neighborhood Housing Services of LA County helps low and moderate income families with mortgage counseling and financial literacy education. If you are interested in seeking help, you can find the NHS class list and contact them for financial counseling at Counseling@nhslacounty.org or by telephone at (213) 381-2862.
If you are interested in speed humps for your street, be prepared to complete the application when it opens on September 16, 8am. The first 30 applications in Council District 8 will be considered.
To help renters adversely affected by the pandemic, L.A. County’s COVID-19 Rent Relief program opens Monday, August 17, 2020 and closes on August 31, 2020.
Tap into resources, connect and network with other small business owners as you receive support and training from LACI executives in residence and industry experts. Apply by August 21.
Scammers are posing as contact tracers to get your personal identifying info, such as social security numbers, or financial info like your bank account number. If someone poses as a contact tracer and asks for this personal info HANG UP immediately!
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Enter the Mini Mural Contest by July 31 to enhance the Los Angeles Department of Transportation utility boxes along Crenshaw boulevard.
This is a special opportunity for our stakeholders from Hyde Park, Angeles Mesa and View Heights to hear directly from State Senator Holly Mitchell and ask questions about pending legislation that would change the very character of our communities.
The Section 8 WaitList Program is open until July 20, 2020. Applications will be accepted online only. Applicants will receive a confirmation number once they apply to signify that their application has been received.
Please contact your state senator, assemblyman and the governor to oppose these nine bills that are coming through the pipeline. They are all on break now, because of Covid-19 exposure in Sacramento. If you would recall, SB50 was defeated last year. However, all of these bills have components of SB50. They pit communities against each other, and target single family home communities.