Category Archives: Green and Greener

Posts associated with RPNA’s Green and Greener column

Fences and Stumps

Truly not that interesting but great when the fences are built correctly and aesthetically for safety and beauty and we have stump free parkways.

From the Mayor’s Office – Funding for tree stump removal – send in the info!

Tree stump removal (in parkways!)

This includes a fund to eliminate the backlog of tree stumps across the city. These stumps are in the public right of way and in neighborhoods and parks. For years the city has cut down dead trees or those damaging roads, sidewalks, and homes and often the stumps were left behind. This budget addresses this backlog and funds the removal of these stumps.  If you have a tree stump in your neighborhood that needs removal, please email us at ContactLBPW@longbeach.gov and include “Tree Stump” in your subject line. Be sure to include the address of where the stump is located in the body of your email. We plan to remove all reported stumps over the course of the next year.

Here is a message on building fences!

Constructing/Installing Fences and Walls

As a homeowner or a business property owner in Long Beach, the decision to install a fence or wall on your property offers many possible benefits including privacy/security, curb appeal, aesthetic value, and convenience. The Long Beach Development Permit Center can provide the necessary guidelines, procedures, and assistance to help you complete your project.  For more information, please visit http://www.lbds.info/building/wall_fence/default.asp or contact the Long Beach Development Permit Center at (562) 570-LBDS (-5237), x3. Please contact me should you have any questions.  Thanks!  Georgia Pon  Building & Safety Bureau, Long Beach Development Services | Building Bureau T  562.570.6038   F  562.570.6205

This Weekend

This Weekend and Beyond

CCC – Feeling the bite? Our Coronado Cooling Center is aware of the mosquito endemic. There are new forms of tiny mosquitoes some that target those tasty ankles. Be aware and take precautions – socks! Here is the mosquito weather report.

UAIZ – 2nd District Council together with Development Services and Long Beach Fresh,  are hosting an Information Session for the Urban Agriculture Incentive Zones Program on September 25th. We are inviting vacant lot owners and local farmers, gardeners, and community organizations to join us to learn more about the program and discuss how urban agriculture can be implemented in Long Beach. Attached is the event flyer as well as two images that can be used for promotion. Please help us spread the word to anyone who is interested in urban ag and this program.Info Session Flyer

Community Meeting – Etiquette and Engagement: Ways to address Nuisances. We’ll distinguish ways to solve chronic nuisances. Council Member Pearce and Commander O’Dowd will be on hand. Plus residents who are engaging in quality of life actions. Calendar and attend Tuesday Sept. 25th 6:30-8pm at Rivera’s Mexican Restaurant (E7th and Gladys).

Background on some nuisance issues – You’ll have your own, as well.

Smoking   Model Ordinance for Communities to Consider

Parking A older but pertinent article on parking as a growing issue

Trash: NABA Clean-up Trash continues, you can take an immediate action. Join our important neighbors North Alamitos Beach. NABACLEANUP

Newsletter on the way! Soon to be at your doorstep! Always good with morning coffee or afternoon tea!