The United Neighborhoods of the Historic Arlington Heights, West Adams and Jefferson Park Communities Neighborhood Council (UNNC) was certified by the city in May, 2002. On Saturday, September 17, UNNC commemorates our 20 years of service, honoring our founders and presidents at an anniversary ceremony. UNNC is proud of our two decades giving voice to our community's concerns at City Hall. We have addressed many issues over the years, ranging from quality of life, land use developments, oil drilling and affordable housing, to parks, trees, homelessness, and more recently, assisting the City of Los Angeles and our community in their response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Together, UNNC and YOU make a difference. Saturday, September 17, 7 to 9 p.m. Surfas 3225 W. Washington Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90018 See map For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
Community Announcement: The Taste of Soul festival will be held this year on Saturday Oct 15, 2022. Are you interested in becoming a Taste of Soul vendor? Register on the Taste of Soul web site!
The City of Los Angeles now offers free recycled water to all Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) customers. You can now get disinfected recycled water for approved purposes, free of charge.
The City of LA’s Small Business Rental Assistance Program launches on Monday, April 18. It will provide $12 million in grants to eligible businesses located in the City that need financial assistance to aid in their recovery from COVID-19.
Calling all local artists! Submit your art for the 3rd Annual Leimert Park Jazz Festival Art Competition! The winner will receive a cash prize and recognition as the Official Visual Artist of the 2022 Leimert Park Jazz Festival!
“Monumental Los Angeles” is a showcase of large scale (monumental) sculptures by contemporary artists honoring African American histories.
The Mayor’s Office, LADWP, and the Bureau of Sanitation are continuing to advocate for additional utility relief at the State and Federal levels.
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UNNC has held several recent meetings where we voted to make our positions known regarding having a voice and a vote at the Los Angeles City Council after the suspension of Council District 10’s elected Council Member, as well as our stance on redistricting matters.
The project will be a win for the neighborhood, providing more housing and helping preserve the character of this block of Van Ness.
Presently the Homeless count for the United State is 567,715 and 56,257 in Los Angeles County... How do people become homeless? The answer varies.