• Valley Disaster Preparedness Fair

    Valley Disaster Preparedness Fair

    Online Registration Online registration is NOW OPEN! Register your family online at www.ValleyDisasterFair.com by clicking on the Register link. By registering online, you are able to use the Express Check-In Lane at the registration table (just inside the gate from the parking lot behind the stores on Balboa Blvd.) by presenting the Voucher that will be Read the full article...Read More »
  • DEVONSHIRE AREA SENIOR LEAD OFFICE

    DEVONSHIRE AREA SENIOR LEAD OFFICE

    Dear Neighborhood Watch members, Operations Valley Bureau (OVB) will begin another Community Police Academy (CPA) on Thursday, September 10, 2015. The classes will be held on eight consecutive Thursdays, from 1800 to 2100 hours. The location for this CPA will be the Edward M. Davis Training facility, in Granada Hills. This training will be conducted Read the full article...Read More »
  • Cooling Centers Available

    Cooling Centers Available

    During bouts of hot weather (like now!), city facilities will be used as cooling centers to provide the public with relief from the heat. Of course, City facilities are always open to the public during regular hours, but during periods of high temps, some facilities may extend their hours of operation. Library hours vary by facility. To check Read the full article...Read More »
  • Help Install Free Smoke Alarms with the Red Cross

    Help Install Free Smoke Alarms with the Red Cross

    Join the Red Cross to canvass neighborhoods with information on smoke detector installations. The goal is to reduce the number of fire deaths and injuries in the U.S. by 25% within the next five years and with your help, we can do it! Local volunteers will meet families by going door-to-door to: Install smoke alarms Read the full article...Read More »
  • Vacant Homes May Be Inviting Criminal Activity

    Vacant Homes May Be Inviting Criminal Activity

    Police are warning residents Monday night about vacant foreclosed homes which they say are inviting criminal activity. Officer Mike Lopez with the Los Angeles Police Department says criminals are taking advantage of landlord-tenant laws by refusing to leave, essentially “squatting” until they’re forced out. “They’re establishing residency there and it’s hard for us to have Read the full article...Read More »
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