Representing the communities of Westchester, Playa del Rey and Playa Vista


Neighborhood Councils were created to promote more citizen participation in government and make government more responsive to local needs

Come meet and mingle and enjoy dinner on us! Tuesday, January 8 at 6:30pm

Westchester Seniors Center 8470 Lincoln Blvd in Westchester


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Inoperable cars must be garaged or somewhere hidden, not in a driveway or on the street (LAMC 12.21A8(b)) Dept.


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Our December Newsletter is here.  Read all about what our Homelessness Committee has been up to.  In addition, you will find information about our upcoming Community Dinner and a bit about the upcoming Neighborhood Council Election.

 


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In anticipation of the state-mandated January 1 deadline, the Los Angeles City Counciloverwhelmingly approved an ordinance to fully legalize street vending today. The vote was expected, as outgoing Governor Jerry Brown recently signed the Safe Sidewalk Vending Act, or SB 946, which requires cities and counties to develop their own local rules when regulating street vendors.


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Founded in 2016, Safe Parking LA is a coordinating organization for the community which assists homeless individuals living in their vehicles. We support the implementation of "Safe Parking Lots", which provide individuals a safe place to park each night, restroom access, a security guard, and social service resources.


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The Department of City Planning is launching an update program for four Westside Community Plans as part of an ongoing program to ensure that these plans effectively guide growth and development in the Los Angeles neighborhoods.

Community Plan Update tools - https://www.ncwpdr.org/westchester-playa-del-rey-community-plan


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As new developments pop up all over LA, many residents are asking, "Who approved that?"


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On November 23, 2016, the City adopted an ordinance repealing Los Angeles Municipal Code (LAMC) Section 85.02 in its entirety, in response to a US Court of Appeals judgment and replaced it with a version that decriminalizes living in vehicles, while balancing the needs of all City residents, businesses and visitors for clean, healthy and safe public areas.


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