Come join us at ONEgeneration's 12th ANNUAL WALK-THRU Senior Symposium, this Saturday, 9 AM - Noon.
HIGH HEAT ALERT the first heat wave of 2021 arrives this week, with Tuesday’s high expected to exceed 100 degrees in the valley. Stay hydrated, stay indoors or wear sunblock when you go out and time your appliance usage to help avoid power outages.
And, please don’t leave your child or pet unattended in a car.
The seasonal LAPD online portal is open early this year, as of June 1. All fireworks continue to be illegal in the City of Los Angeles; if you see fireworks in your neighborhood, please report them at https://complaint.lacity.
To learn more about Los Angeles City Council's motion to pursue new strategies to curtail illegal fireworks - click the READ MORE button below.
Notice: Fireworks complaints are accepted within the city limits of LA only. Incidents occuring in other areas shouild be reported to the law enforcement agency for that area. LAPD will not forward complaints to other agencies.
Mayor Eric Garcetti has issued an order requiring Angelenos to wear face coverings when they leave their homes and will be near other people. The order will aid the fight against COVID-19, as restrictions are gradually eased to allow more people to return to work and outdoor recreation.
Andrea Jones, Director of Bird Conservation at Audubon California
Joanna Wu, Avian Ecologist at National Audubon Society
Smoky days are degrading our air quality and the respiratory health of millions of people. Our hearts go out to those who have been displaced, lost a home, or loved one.
Many of you have asked how this impacts birds. Wildfires are posing a new stressor to birds who are already threatened by habitat loss, climate change, and pollution. Various species are on the move to escape the flames and migrate. However, many wild food sources and rest areas are scorched, leaving birds highly vulnerable. What can we do to help birds? During this crisis, we recommend taking two simple steps to help local and migrating birds stay clean and nourished: providing water and food. (Cont.’d on the TNC’s GREENSPACE resource page HERE)
Portola Middle School – Tarzana Elementary School - Tarzana Recreation Summer Camp – Southern California Preparedness Foundation
Tarzana Neighborhood Council (TNC) is proud to announce that it has awarded more than $9,000.00 to organizations serving children and families in our community. This is in addition to the $15,000.00 that was recently awarded to local food pantries including ONEgeneration Senior Center, West Valley Food Pantry, and the Boys and Girls Club of the West Valley.