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COVID-19 Vaccine Required For LA County Bars, Breweries, and Nightclubs

Employees and patrons of Los Angeles County's bars, breweries, and nightclubs will have to get the first dose of a vaccine by Oct. 7. Anyone hoping to grab a beer at a bar or nightclub in Los Angeles County will also have to pull out their vaccination card in addition to an official ID starting next month. Employees and customers of bars, breweries, lounges, nightclubs, and wineries across the c...
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Final City Redistricting Hearing – TODAY at 10am

Today (September 11th at 10am) is the last opportunity to provide public testimony on the City's redistricting process. Redistricting helps assure that communities have equal access to political representation. For more information on LA City Redistricting, click here. For details about the September 11 hearing, click here. Join us for an important meeting about “redistricting.” The purpose of ...
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The Time To Get Ready For Major Wildfires Is Now

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Here's the message from L.A. city officials: Get ready for major wildfires — and do it now! Clear the brush around your home, prepare an emergency kit and make sure you and your family have evacuation plans. At an event held today at Van Nuys Airport, councilmember Monica Rodriguez, who represents the northeast San Fernando Valley, stressed the importance of preparation. “It is important that we...
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VaxFacts from the Mayor – August 18, 2021

This week, the City of L.A. began administering third dose Pfizer and Moderna vaccines to people who are moderately or severely immunocompromised. Anyone who qualifies should check with their healthcare provider to make sure that receiving a third dose is the best option. Moderna or Pfizer third doses will be administered at least 28 days after receiving the second dose. An additional dose is cur...
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Dana Brown Confirmed to Lead Animal Services

This week, the City Council approved Mayor Garcetti's appointment of Dana Brown to lead the Los Angeles Animal Services Department (LAAS). Brown served as Interim General Manager since early May, following Brenda Barnette's retirement. A public servant for more than 30 years, Dana most recently worked as the City's Chief Employee Relations Officer in the Office of the City Administrative Officer (...
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I-405 Sepulveda Pass ExpressLanes Project Survey

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Take a quick survey! (Conteste la encuesta en español) Welcome and thank you for your interest in the I-405 Sepulveda Pass ExpressLanes project. When answering the survey questions, please assume that your travel habits and traffic conditions, including times of congestion, will have returned to normal (as they had been before the COVID-19 pandemic). Please complete and submit this survey fo...
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Should I Get A COVID Test If I’m Vaccinated? Where To Go And How To Book Your Appointment

As COVID cases continue to climb among the fully vaccinated (particularly community transmission), the CDC has released new guidelines to help curb the spread — including updated mask and testing recommendations. The new guidance recommends that fully vaccinated individuals get tested for COVID within 3-5 days after any known exposure, even if they aren’t symptomatic. The CDC also says those who ...
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Free WiFi for At-Risk Students

ACT or Angeleno Connectivity Trust is a program that provides free WiFi hotspots for eligible K-12 students in LA. It provides 100 GB per year of free Internet access for K-12 students for five years. Eligibility includes foster youth, students with a disability, students experiencing housing insecurity and any other at-risk students. To learn more, visit lamayor.org/connectivity.
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You Have to Wear a Mask Indoors Starting this Weekend

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Starting just before midnight on Saturday, everyone indoors — no matter their vaccination status — will be required to wear a face covering, unless they are eating or drinking. Amid rising hospitalizations, deaths and new COVID-19 cases fueled by the delta variant, Los Angeles County public health officials are reinstituting an indoor mask mandate. Starting just before midnight on Saturday, every...
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$262.6 Billion State Budget Signed by Governor Newsom

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Monday evening, Governor Newsom signed the state budget.  It will assist children, families, immigrants, and small businesses; providing immediate relief to those hit hardest by the pandemic. The State budget makes critical investments in our future and quality of life. Some budget items that will benefit our region include: Golden State Stimulus money directly into the pockets of two out of...
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New LAPD West Valley Officer assigned to Lake Balboa Area

A new LAPD West Valley officer has temporarily been assigned to the Lake Balboa area previously handled by Senior Lead Officer Rosa Smith. Officer Thomas Sauer will be responsible for basic car area 10A17 previously handled by SLO Smith until July 31, 2021. Please see the attached area map. Residents may contact Officer Sauer via e-mail: 41175@lapd.online or by phone: (818) 374-7611. Stay safe...
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COVID-19 Counseling Available from Cal Voices Crisis Counseling Assistance and Training Program (CCP)

The Cal Voices’s CCP is a program of the larger CalHOPE CCP. CalHOPE is California’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic and other disasters. Our services are part of a larger FEMA project for COVID-19. Cal Voices's CCP is a part of a network of organizations and individuals that are being trained to provide virtual support to Californians experiencing stress, anxiety, and/or trauma because of COVI...
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Late Monday night, Governor Newsom signed legislation that extends the State's eviction moratorium through Sept. 30, 2021. The new law leverages $5 billion in federal rental assistance to help the State's tenants and small landlords. The legislation enhances current State law by increasing rental assistance to 100 percent of rent that is past due because of COVID-related reasons, and for prospecti...
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LA County Health Officials Recommend Wearing A Mask Indoors To Curb Spread Of Delta Variant

The recommendation is meant as a precautionary measure, not a rule. It comes amid mounting evidence that the Delta variant of the coronavirus is spreading in L.A. County. Don’t toss out your masks just yet. Los Angeles County health officials recommend that everyone, regardless of their vaccination status against COVID-19, wear a face mask indoors in public places due to the rapidly spreading Del...
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VaxFacts from the Mayor – June 28, 2021

Summer is here — and the end of the pandemic is in sight. Our state’s reopening and the steady decline in COVID-19 infections and related deaths has brought us renewed hope for recovery. This milestone for California comes as one in every five infections in the U.S. is now linked to the new and more transmissible Delta variant. To avoid another surge in infections in our city, we must continue to...
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Social Distancing Requirements Dropped in L.A. County Courthouses

Los Angeles County courthouses reopened to the public on Monday, Jun. 28 with eased COVID-19 restrictions. Individuals are no longer required to schedule appointments to attend hearings, obtain court documents, or conduct other courthouse business. Even after the reopening, some remote hearing options will remain available to defendants. Officials additionally encourage individuals to schedule app...
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