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Town Hall – “How to: Get Stuff Done” – December 6th 7:30pm


  Come out to the Glassell Park Community Center (3750 Verdugo Road, Los Angeles, CA 90065) on December 6th, 2016 at 7:30pm for our 1st GPNC Town Hall! “How to: Get Stuff Done” Tired of driving over potholes? Sick of the graffiti? Want to help but don’t know how? This is for you! Come meet and talk directly with your elected officials. Tell us your thoughts, complaints, suggestions… anything! We’re here to help. Change starts at the local level. Come learn how.  

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Be Prepared for a Disaster with a Financial First Aid Kit


Click the image below for the full-size flyer or scroll past the flyer for content reproduced in text-only form. City Controller Ron Galperin’s Financial Planning Program Join Controller Ron Galperin & Councilmember Mitch O’Farrell A FREE EVENT Wednesday, December 7th, 6 – 7 pm Silver Lake Library 2411 Glendale Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90039 Be Prepared for a Disaster with a Financial First Aid Kit Are You Financially Ready? In the event of a natural disaster, you’ll need to have a plan to… pay your bills access your accounts locate important documents safeguard your records protect your credit For ADA accommodations, call 213-228-7430 at least 72 hours prior to the event.

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Protect City Trees!


TreePeople, an organization that helps bring trees to Los Angeles to increase our urban canopy, has asked us to share something with you.  The content below is copied and pasted from their website. Have you heard? Last summer, TreePeople championed the protection of our urban trees as the City of LA prepared to launch its 30-year sidewalk repair program. Now, LA is starting to roll out steps to repair sidewalks across the region. That’s right–  over the next 30 years, the City plans to spend $1.4 billion dollars after a city settlement to make our sidewalks more accessible for all Angelenos. A large piece of this effort will likely involve removing many street trees– trees that provide shade and cool spaces. We at TreePeople fully support repairing our city sidewalks so they’re accessible for all Angelenos– but we also know the public health impacts if we sacrifice our trees. Without proper protections in place for our street trees when we roll out sidewalk repairs, LA could be trading one challenge, inaccessible sidewalks, with ...

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Eagle Rock Tree Lighting


Hello Glassell Parkian Parents!  Can your kids not get enough of the holiday, and tree lighting events?  Well, we wanted to share this one with you that’s taking place next door in Eagle Rock.  Click on the image below to see the full size flyer.

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FLASH Clean-Up: This Saturday!


There’s a flash clean-up happening at the North Glassell Park monument in the median on Eagle Rock Blvd, put together by the GPIA (Glassell Park Improvement Association).  The text of the flyer is copied/pasted below, and you can also click on the image below the text to view a larger copy of the flyer. The Glassell Park Improvement Association invites you to help clean up and replant around the North monument in the median on Eagle Rock Blvd. at Lincoln Avenue (1 block south of York Blvd.) The “Flash Cleanup” idea is to give a short time–45 minutes–that won’t get in the way of our busy weekends. We come together, care for our community, finish and go. The more people who show up the more we can accomplish. Please join us at the North monument, and don’t forget to bring your own sun protection, work gloves and water. Contact Jim Kiehl ( to RSVP or to join our team for future clean ups. We are working with CD14, to arrange for pickup of ...

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SURVEY: weigh in on public safety


Want to voice your opinion about police and fire department service in Glassell Park?  Here’s a chance for you to weigh in and let the city know how these things are handled in our area.  You can skip right to the link and start taking the survey here:  … But if you want to know more about what this survey is and where it comes from, read below for a copy-paste from the Neighborhood Council Budget Advocates for the Northeast Los Angeles area. The first Budget Advocates’ survey will be done in multiple sections of 4 or 5 questions to encourage more participation – the first is on public safety – police, fire and emergency services – and went out through the NC system this morning.  It’s the first in a series of short surveys designed to gauge how successful the City departments and City Council are in living up to stakeholder expectations.  The Budget Advocates are specifically reaching out BEYOND the Neighborhood Council system to ensure the responses are from a broad ...

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Glassell Park is being invaded by Parkémons!!!


Glassell Park is being invaded by Parkémons!!!! Parkémons live and thrive in overflowing trash cans, bulky items, and roadside litter. Parkémons such as Bulk, Alleykat, and Over Flo can only be fought with a united community and the powerful 311-osaur. Are you ready to take back our community? Are you ready to join us? Glassell Park Community Clean up & Parkémon Quest FORM or JOIN A TEAM TODAY! Saturday, November 5th 2 pm – 5pm Thank you to those who have already signed on to support the cause: Congressman Xavier Becerra, Councilmember Gilbert Cedillo, Councilmember Mitch O’Farrell, Los Feliz Charter School for the Arts, Glassell Park Early Early Education Center, Trader Joe’s-Eagle Rock, CA, Costco + more TBA

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Mayor’s Youth Council College Fair


Saturday – September 24th, 2016 – 10:30am to 2:00pm Rio De Los Angeles State Park – 1900 N San Fernando Rd, Los Angeles, CA 90065 This college fair was organized by youth members residing in the East side. The Youth Council’s hope is to provide an opportunity for their peers and family members to explore higher education options by organizing their own college fair. We invite you to spread the word and support our youth by attending the fair. REGISTER TODAY –

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Saturday October 8th – Planning & Land Use 101


Sat, Oct 8th, 10a-1p Confused about what’s being built in your community (and what isn’t)?  Learn about how City Planning works! Free Planning & Land Use 101 crash course with special guests: Craig Weber | Principal City Planner Department of City Planning | City of Los Angeles Haydee Urita-Lopez | City Planner Community Planning Bureau | Boyle Heights Plan | City of Los Angeles Brought to you by the joint effort of GPIA (Glassell Park Improvement Association) & GPNC (Glassell Park Neighborhood Council) Saturday, October 8th, 2016, 10am – 1pm 3750 Verdugo Rd, Los Angeles, CA 90065  

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