NANDC will hold elections on Saturday, June 18, 10am-2pm at Loren Miller Park, 2717 Halldale Ave. This year elections will be online. You can save time at the polls, by registering online by June 13. Once registered, you may vote on election day at the polls online or from wherever you are from May 28-June
Join us for a free lunch and register to vote and to run in our election.
The Bureau of Street Services is sending a pothole repair truck our way on May 5 to complete small asphalt repairs. Please send your suggestions to email@example.com by April 22.
NANDC will hold elections on Saturday, June 18, 10am-2pm at Loren Miller Park, 2717 Halldale Ave. This year elections will be online, which means that you must register to vote by June 11. Once registered, you may vote on election day at the polls online or from the comfort of your sofa from May 28-June
Please attend the only scheduled public hearing on the I-110 Flyover to Figueroa Way on Tuesday, February 23 (6-8 p.m.), at the Orthopedic Institute for Children, 403 West Adams Blvd. This is your chance to stand with stakeholders, Councilmember Curren Price, and Senator Feinstein’s field staff and give voice to your concerns.
Councilmember Gil Cedillo was our guest speaker at our February 2016 meeting. The meeting was an opportunity for the Councilmember to share his vision for the neighborhood and answer questions from University Park community residents. The meeting covered a wide variety of issues, and gave the Councilmember the opportunity to spend time with some of
This year the North Area Neighborhood Development Council continued its tradition of community involvement and service with clean ups on Jefferson in March and Western in October and a holiday dinner and toy giveaway on Christmas Eve. We have begun to periodically have speakers of interest to the community starting with Council Member Marqueece Harris-Dawson
Senator Holly Mitchell attended the November 5, 2015 NANDC meeting at MLK Jr. Recreation Center. She provided legislative updates in the areas of Homelessness, Human Trafficking, Affordable Housing, Women and Inequality and Commercial Property.