• FOSTER VOLUNTEERS URGENTLY NEEDED

    FOSTER VOLUNTEERS URGENTLY NEEDED

    FOSTER VOLUNTEERS URGENTLY NEEDED TO EXPAND SHELTER WALLS July 4th Fireworks Expected to Fill Shelters with scared/lost Pets Los Angeles, CA, June 21, 2016 – LA Animal Services is gearing up for our busiest time of the year and we need YOUR help to create life-saving space in our City shelters. We know that the Read the full article...Read More »
  • Free Recycled Water for Pick Up at LA Zoo Fill Station | Tuesdays @ 8 am

    Free Recycled Water for Pick Up at LA Zoo Fill Station | Tuesdays @ 8 am

    LADWP customers are invited to the LA Zoo (5333 Zoo Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90027) to pick up recycled water for free.  The Residential Recycled Water Fill Station Pilot Program will be operational from 8 am to 11 am every Tuesday starting on June 21st.  Please note days and times are subject to change.  Registered LADWP customers will Read the full article...Read More »
  • July 4th Fireworks Guide 2016: Where To See The Shows

    July 4th Fireworks Guide 2016: Where To See The Shows

    LOS ANGELES COUNTY, CA — Are you looking to catch a July 4th fireworks show, parade, picnic or festival around Los Angeles this year? Mission Community Police Station and Operations-Valley Bureau will be putting together a Press Conference on Friday, July 1st (Time and Location TBD). This Press Conference will include the LAPD, LAFD, The Read the full article...Read More »
  • July is Vehicle Theft Prevention Month

    July is Vehicle Theft Prevention Month

    What Consumers Should Know NHTSA is launching its annual Vehicle Theft Prevention Campaign this July, which is Vehicle Theft Prevention Month, all across the nation. Vehicle theft is a very expensive crime, with the cost of stolen vehicles pegged at more than $4.1 billion – that’s billion with a “B”.       And July is one Read the full article...Read More »
  • Pet Safety in EXTREME Heat

    Pet Safety in EXTREME Heat

    Los Angeles, CA, June 16, 2016 – When it is hot for you, it is even hotter                for your pet. Dogs and cats do not sweat through their skin. They cool themselves by panting or rapid breathing, which means animals                   Read the full article...Read More »
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