At our meeting on April 10, 2019 each member received a City Certificate thanking them for their service to the community.
As we are finishing the renderings, we wanted to share with you one of the final proposals. This is an exciting time for Van Nuys and our surrounding communities as our local government works to bring decision makers together to bring about the betterment of Van Nuys.
“Mosquito eggs only need a teaspoon of water to complete their life cycle,” said Anais Medina Diaz, public information officer at the Greater Los Angeles County Vector Control District (GLACVCD). “By eliminating mosquito breeding sources in your home today, you can protect your family’s health as temperatures warm up in Southern California.” If there is any remaining pools of water from the rains, empty them to prevent mosquitoes.
You can make a difference in reducing crime by volunteering with the LAPD. Through your service, officers are freed up to be on patrol and more. Find out what you can do!
120 people braved the pouring rain to find out about the Sepulveda Transit Project and share their concerns about capacity, stops, safety, parking and more.