Saturday, November 4, NANDC partnered with KYCC and Make Jefferson Beautiful to plant 19 trees and clean and weed on Jefferson Blvd.
NANDC Board Member Amy Carnes was at Congressmember Karen Bass’ Quiet Skies meeting on October 7 and was quoted in an LA Times article about the increase in airplane noise and complaints, “We had no idea that this was coming at us,” she said. “It’s a superhighway above our heads.”
On October 19, 2017 the California Transportation Commission voted to fund the $6.3 million Jefferson Beautiful streetscape plan two years early. The vote means that work on sidewalk repairs, pedestrian lighting, bike lanes, street trees, pedestrian refuges and more from Vermont Ave. west to Western Ave. will get underway in the current 2017/2018 fiscal year.
NANDC wants to get to know all of the great people who make up our proud community – that includes you! Please take a moment to fill out and submit our short anonymous survey (it takes only two minutes of your time). Your answers will help us get to know you better and what issues
September is Civic Engagement Month in honor of the work of the Neighborhood Councils and of all the City’s public engagement efforts! Civic Engagement is about getting involved in your community. You are never too young or too old to get involved. Find out how!
NANDC Board Members celebrated National Night Out against crime on August 1 with the Adams-Normandie Neighborhood Association.
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Construction on USC Village is almost complete! The complex, which will bring many new retail and food establishments to the neighborhood, will officially open to the public on August 16. USC has released new aerial footage of the complex. Check out its progress!
Join us in providing feedback on proposed traffic safety options on Western to reduce and eliminate traffic deaths and severe injuries.