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LA County and Community Organizers to Unveil Massive Mural at Watts Historical Train Station 734 151 COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES

LA County and Community Organizers to Unveil Massive Mural at Watts Historical Train Station

A new 200-foot mural entitled “Unity Under the Sun” will be unveiled at the Watts Historic Train Station, presented by the Los Angeles County Commission on Human Relation’s initiative LA vs Hate in partnership with nonprofit Build Plus Community Marketplace. read more
With $1.8m Grant & Matching Funds, LACOFD will Become Largest U.S. Public Safety Agency with Mechanical CPR Devices on Every Paramedic Unit 600 200 COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES

With $1.8m Grant & Matching Funds, LACOFD will Become Largest U.S. Public Safety Agency with Mechanical CPR Devices on Every Paramedic Unit

Thanks to $1.5 million in funding through the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Assistance to Firefighters Grant (AFG) Program, along with an additional $240,000 in matching funds from the LA County Fire Foundation (Foundation), the Los Angeles County Fire Department (LACoFD) will become the largest public safety agency in the United States to have mechanical cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) devices on every paramedic unit.  read more
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DPSS OFFICES ARE COUNTYWIDE SAFE YOUTH ZONES 848 223 COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES

DPSS OFFICES ARE COUNTYWIDE SAFE YOUTH ZONES

Joining other California counties in the observance of National Human Trafficking Prevention Month, the L.A. County Department of Public Social Services (DPSS) has designated 43 of its district offices as temporary safe spaces for at-risk youth as part of an expanded Countywide Safe Youth Zone (SYZ) Initiative.   read more
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THE MUSIC CENTER LAUNCHES 44th ANNUAL VERY SPECIAL ARTS FESTIVAL TO CELEBRATE CREATIVE EXPRESSION OF ANGELENOS OF ALL AGES AND ABILITIES 751 135 COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES

THE MUSIC CENTER LAUNCHES 44th ANNUAL VERY SPECIAL ARTS FESTIVAL TO CELEBRATE CREATIVE EXPRESSION OF ANGELENOS OF ALL AGES AND ABILITIES

Following the success of its inaugural expansion in 2022 as a two-day celebration, The Music Center’s 44th Annual Very Special Arts Festival returns on Friday and Saturday, February 24–25, 2023, offering opportunities for creative expression to Angelenos of all abilities. read more
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38TH ANNUAL WOMEN OF THE YEAR COMMEMORATIVE CELEBRATION HONOREES: “CELEBRATING WOMEN WHO TELL OUR STORIES” 734 151 COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES

38TH ANNUAL WOMEN OF THE YEAR COMMEMORATIVE CELEBRATION HONOREES: “CELEBRATING WOMEN WHO TELL OUR STORIES”

On Monday, March 13, 2023, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors and the Commission for Women will hold its 38th Annual Women of the Year Awards and Commemorative Celebration, “Celebrating Women Who Tell Our Stories.” read more
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Monterey Park Mass Shooting Update On Victims at LAC+USC Medical Center  400 102 COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES

Monterey Park Mass Shooting Update On Victims at LAC+USC Medical Center 

The Los Angeles County Department of Health Services (DHS) has issued the following statement on behalf of Jorge Orozco, Chief Executive Officer at LAC+USC Medical Center where 4 of the 10 victims were taken for care following the Monterey Park Mass shooting that took place on Saturday January 21st. read more
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LA County transfers management of Sativa Water District to new owner 599 74 COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES

LA County transfers management of Sativa Water District to new owner

The management of Sativa Water System of Los Angeles has been transferred to Covina-based Suburban Water Systems. Suburban Water Systems is a privately owned utility regulated by the California Public Utilities Commission. read more
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Year Two Care First Community Investment Grantees to Be Awarded at Recipient Luncheon 765 296 COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES

Year Two Care First Community Investment Grantees to Be Awarded at Recipient Luncheon

The Justice, Care and Opportunities Department (JCOD) along with the Amity Foundation will award more than 120 community-based organizations with over $120 million at a special luncheon on Wednesday, December 13 as part of year two of the Care First Community Investment (CFCI) Care Grants. read more
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LA County Board Preparing and Protecting Communities from Flood Impact of Climate Change 599 74 COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES

LA County Board Preparing and Protecting Communities from Flood Impact of Climate Change

The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors initiated a plan on Dec. 6 to assess the County’s infrastructure in the face of the inevitable impacts of Climate Change on the region. read more
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LA County’s One-Stop Small Business Development Hub in East L.A. Relaunches 714 137 COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES

LA County’s One-Stop Small Business Development Hub in East L.A. Relaunches

Los Angeles County Supervisor Hilda L. Solis and the newly created Department of Economic Opportunity (DEO) joined community partners and local businesses to celebrate the relaunch of the East Los Angeles Entrepreneur Center – LA County’s one-stop small business development hub. read more
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