The community is encouraged to support this holiday program by contributing toys and non-perishable foods to the El Segundo Fire Department, Fire Station No. 1 at 314 Main Street, during the period of November 16, 2015 through December 17, 2015.
Strong El Nino conditions are forecasted this winter. Increased rainfall along the coast of California is expected. Flooding and landslide risks are potential problems the community should be prepared for.
The California Parks and Recreation Society (CPRS) has selected the City of El Segundo as one of ten statewide recipients of the Healthy Play Grant to help renovate Hilltop Park Playground!
The City of El Segundo will be holding a Community Information Meeting to share the preliminary design and project details. Please join us on Monday, November 16th at 7pm in the City Hall Council Chambers (350 Main Street). Kids welcome!
Temporarily Lane Closures on Northbound Sepulveda Blvd
Private construction for the hotel at 888 Sepulveda Blvd. may at times close multiple lanes on northbound State Highway One, Sepulveda Blvd., between Mariposa and Palm. The work on Sepulveda Blvd. will occur between the hours of 9 am and 3 pm for approximately six weeks, from November 4, 2015 to December 18, 2015.
Green Building Challenge The South Bay Cities Green Building Challenge is a competition designed to drive measurable sustainability improvements in the categories of energy, water, waste, and transportation.
West Basin Desalination Program Update Scott Houston, West Basin's Division IV, Elected Board of Director presented to City Council on Tuesday, October 21, 2015 an updated on West Basin's Desalination Program.
To watch the presentation, click here and go to timestamp: 00:21:10
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FREE Holiday Light Exchange Trade one working string of old, electricity-guzzling incandescent holiday lights, for one new, energy efficient LED.
Quantities are limited. Trade-ins are first come, first served, while supplies last and limited to one box per household.
El Nino - Online Resources As part of the preparations underway for El Niño, Los Angeles County has launched a robust webpage to communicate emergency information and share preparedness tips with residents, businesses, and community partners: www.lacounty.gov/elnino.
The webpage provides storm-related resources including safety tips, weather forecasts, and information for homeowners affected by floods and mudslides. Additionally, visitors can find info guides, PSAs, and a dedicated Twitter feed of first responder agencies tweeting about this year's storms. It is mobile-friendly and can be instantly translated into 90 languages. As a County department, partner agency, local city, community group, or media outlet, you are welcome to link to the resources on this website, or take any content that may be useful to your customers and constituents. Similarly, we are happy to add any of your own content which many further prepare the 10 million residents of Los Angeles County for the coming El Nino season.
Attached to this email are three sizes of digital graphic banner (transparent .PNGs) for online publications and websites. Feel free to use as you see fit, and please hyperlink all banners to www.lacounty.gov/elnino.
Thank you for your partnership in spreading the word about this community resource.
The following is a consolidation of recent --as of April 2015 up to-date-- The Lakes Golf Course presentations and community meetings information. If any questions, please contact Director of Recreation and Parks, Meredith Petit at firstname.lastname@example.org or 310-524-2880.
West Basin Municipal Water District has increased the current "Turf's Up" turf removal rebate program from $2 per square foot to $3 per square foot for qualifying residents within West Basin's service area thanks to a $300,000 grant from the United States Bureau of Reclamation. The first step is to contact West Basin's landscape survey vendor for a free landscape evaluation. The details are on the attached flyer.
Funding is available on a first-come, first-served basis and could run out at anytime.