Santa Claus in Coming to Town!
Click the heading to see when Santa visits your neighborhood (12.5.2013)
Youth Advisory Committee (YAC): Application / Registration Form (11.25.2013)
Christmas Tree Recycling – Go Green!
Consolidated will pick up holiday greenery with regular trash beginning Dec. 26 – Jan. 9. Remove all ornaments, flocking and stands before placing at the curb. Instead of using landfill space, your trees will be turned into wood chips to use as garden mulch. (11.26.2013)
Community Workshop For Metro Green Line Station TOD Ordinance
If you are interested in transit oriented development near the Marine Ave transit station, attend a design workshop on Monday, Dec. 9, 2013, 4:30 to 6:00 pm. at City Hall. For more information call 310-973-3240. (11.11.2013)
Changes to the California Building Code Effective Jan. 1, 2014
New Commercial and Industrial Sign Regulations!
Sign regulations were recently updated to allow for more types of temporary signs (feather and A-frame signs), a longer duration for temporary signs, use of sign twirlers, digital displays, and increased signage allowed on a business. For more information, call (310) 973-3230. (6.19.2013)
Business and Multi-Family Waste Services Rate Calculator
You might be eligible to save money on your business or multi-family property trash services. By clicking the heading above, use our electronic CalRecycle Climate Calculator with your current trash bill to determine eligible savings! (10.31.2013)
Energy Savings Tips from SCE
Here are some tips from Southern California Edison for your home and business. (9.10.2013)
Keep Pet Waste from Reaching the Los Angeles Harbor
Failure to properly dispose of pet waste can result in pollution of the harbor and the ocean beyond. Please pick up after your pet. Click the heading above for more information about this serious problem. (4.23.2013)
Commodities Free Food Program
Nutritious food is distributed once a week to people who are income eligible. To participate, come to the Community Center Annex on Wednesday morning. Click the heading above for more information. (10.27.2011)
South Bay Metro Green Line Extension Through Lawndale
Metro is considering an extension of the Green Line from the Marine Avenue Station south to Torrance using existing railroad tracks. This could generate noise and disrupt cross traffic in Lawndale residential neighborhoods. Share your opinions with Metro or have your name added to its mailing list by signing on to: http://www.metro.net/projects/south-bay/southbay-comment-form/.(12.27.2010)
Los Angeles County West Vector Control District
West Nile Virus Public Health Update & Advisory (11.12.2013)