2014-2015 Slurry Seal Project on Various Streets (NW Quadrant) The Public Works Department administers a slurry sealing program as a preventative measure to extend the life of pavement Citywide. The 2014-2015 slurry seal project is occurring in the Northwest Quadrant of the City, which include the areas bound by the west City boundary, Imperial Avenue, Sheldon Street, and Mariposa Avenue. The project will begin at the end of September and continue through to the end of October. More...
After further discussions with both the POA and the FFA, the City and the respective employee organizations have agreed to post proposals/counterproposals on the City’s website in the near future. August 5, 2015
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.
Starting Monday, June 29, 2015, Los Angeles Airport (LAX) will close outboard runway 24R/6L on the north runway complex for 113 days from June 29th to October 19th to allow construction for Runway Safety Area (RSA) improvements.
RSA improvements have been mandated by Congress for all U.S. airports. The improvements will provide an extra margin of safety for landing and departing aircraft. To limit the impact on operations, LAX will phase the construction, one runway at a time. These construction periods will also be used to complete regular runway maintenance in order to minimize the impact to operations and ensure continued runway safety.
Residents living near LAX may notice a change in aircraft flight activity and noise as aircraft that normally land on the north outboard runway (24R/6L) will instead land on the north inboard runway (24L/6R). Some aircraft noise may also shift from the north to the south complex. LAX will continue to conduct normal Over-Ocean Operations (midnight to 6:30 AM) during this closure when weather and operational conditions permit.
LAX thanks you for your understanding and patience during extended closure. For more information about RSA improvements at LAX, please visit this website: http://www.laxishappening.com/runways/
An FAA-sponsored website and complaint hotline that will enable noise-weary Los Angeles County residents to report clattering helicopters went live Tuesday, a long-awaited development applauded by all sides involved in the complex issue.
The Automated Complaint System, as it's dubbed by the Federal Aviation Administration, enables residents to research flight tracks of helicopters and identify those causing excessive noise via the website at Heli-Noise-LA.com.
People may file a complaint on the website or call the hotline at 424-348-HELI (4354).
Tennis Court - New Reservation Fees beginning April 1, 2015:
New hourly reservation fees will take effect for patrons making Tennis, Paddle Tennis, or Racquetball Court reservations at Recreation Park. Residents with a valid Rec. ID can make reservations up to 6 days in advance. Unreserved courts will be available on a first come, first serve basis to all players at the top of each hour; all fees are listed below. Please visit the Checkout Building or call 310-524-2700 for more information.
El Segundo Residents with a current Rec. ID - $5 per hour El Segundo For Profit Groups - $10 per hour Non-Residents - $15 per hour
Beach Shuttle - New Fees Beginning March 28, 2015:
Beginning March 28th El Segundo Residents will be required to show a valid Rec ID Card to ride the Beach Shuttle each way. Residents without a valid Recreation ID Card and Non-Resident riders will be required to pay $1 each way to utilize the shuttle. For information on obtaining a Rec ID Card call 310-524-2700.
Please help us spread the word to LOW INCOME OLDER ADULT. Read in the following page information regarding a myriad of financial and miscellaneous assistance for qualified low income older adult from SoCal Gas, SoCal Edison, H.E.L.P. (Healthcare & Elder Adult Law Programs), City of El Segundo, LA County Community & Senior Citizen Services, State of California Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP).