2018 Speed Hump Application Cycle: Opens Friday September 22nd

On Friday September 22nd at 8:00 am LADOT will open the next application window for the speed hump program. The following link will go live at 8:00 am and take you to the application to make your speed hump request: http://ladot.lacity.org/how-do-i/request-speed-humps

LADOT will again close the application after the first 30 applications are received . . . → Read More: 2018 Speed Hump Application Cycle: Opens Friday September 22nd

Sr. Lead Officer Maria Gray returns to Brentwood!

A big welcome back to Sr. Lead Officer Maria Gray! She spoke at the BCC meeting last night and gave us some good info: – We now have a dedicated LAPD patrol car in Brentwood! – Leave your purse out of sight on the floor when driving…criminals are taking purses from the passenger seat! – . . . → Read More: Sr. Lead Officer Maria Gray returns to Brentwood!

LAPD Senior Lead Officer Maria Gray RETURNING!

LAPD Senior Lead Officer Maria Gray has been out on leave for the past several months and will be back soon! We have missed you, Officer Gray! We have appreciated the support from Officer Brian Espin who stepped in to cover for Officer Gray during her absence. Thank you, Officer Espin! South Brentwood is so . . . → Read More: LAPD Senior Lead Officer Maria Gray RETURNING!

Sidewalk Repair Rebate

The City of LA has committed to repairing our sidewalks and will share in the cost with homeowners who want to initiate the repair in front of their homes. For more info, go to

Power Outages: Before, During, and After

Read more from Ready.gov Before a Power Outage •Build or restock your emergency preparedness kit, including a flashlight, batteries, cash, and first aid supplies. •Make sure you have alternative charging methods for your phone or any device that requires power. For more information visit: Get Tech Ready •Charge cell phones and any . . . → Read More: Power Outages: Before, During, and After

As we watch the news in Texas unfold, we are reminded of the importance of emergency preparation.

FROM CLICK for PREPAREDNESS INFO What should everyone in Los Angeles have? No, not an agent. You should have a fully stocked supply kit, ready to go, in case of aluefontn emergency. It should be kept in an easy-to-reach place, and every family member should know where the kit is. You can . . . → Read More: As we watch the news in Texas unfold, we are reminded of the importance of emergency preparation.

SLO James W Lavenson, Police Officer III West Los Angeles Area

August 19, 2017 Yes, we have had a busy couple of weeks. I am back from DTLA and the World games, I survived my duties as the Tennis Coordinator, and competitor.

I have reviewed all of the reports from my area, I believe some of these crimes may be avoidable. “Hide It, Lock It, . . . → Read More: SLO James W Lavenson, Police Officer III West Los Angeles Area: Crime Briefing

FROM Village for Vets: More ways to help our vets

Many ways to help our vets: I. Donate furnishings! Do you have furnishings that are in great condition but you are going to replace them? Donate them to a veteran. That’s what I did with my sofa. A disabled vet whose home was vandalized came to pick it up with his young son. I felt . . . → Read More: FROM Village for Vets: More ways to help our vets