Category Archives: Upcoming Events

Had to Reboot – #AlarmYourself2 #IDigFeelingSafe Street Action Reschedule Jan 30th

The amount of rain on our scheduled date would have meant that we  be part of the safety problem if we went out to 10th & Orizaba. So we rescheduled! Please come by Wednesday January 30th between 2pm-5pm near the flashing lights and crosswalk at 10th & Orizaba. We have a ton of partners and funding by Port of LB to hand out flashlights, personal alarms, reflective garb.

Another shout out to CD2 and CD4 that came together to put in this critical safety feature.

And now for those doubters – Kenny Shiozaki-Kawamoto, our very own RP crime db analyzer put together a presentation on ‘hit-and-runs’ in Rose Park. Before you get upset about the ‘runners’ it is those ‘hits’ we are trying to prevent. Check this out! crime db (Hit & Run) 1.23.2019 (v2)

Winter Community Meeting

Located in a favored pub/eatery, Red Leprechaun Wed. Jan 23rd from 7pm-8:30pm. Where is Red Leprechaun? Corner of Anaheim and Termino, 4000 E. Anaheim. Thank you Tracy!

  • Josh from LB Public Library – what’s new….some terrific and smart programs
  • Jake from City CERT program – how neighborhoods prepare for disaster.

Anticipating that some residents may want to host a block party to kick off their disaster planning – city applications will be on hand. We have reached out to our residents and our non-profits/faith based communities to attend. We need to develop not only awareness but reliance on each other.

“…..findings show that ambulances and firetrucks and government aid are not the principal ways most people survive during — and recover after — a disaster. His data suggest that while official help is useful — in clearing the water and getting the power back on in a place such as New Orleans after Katrina, for example — government interventions cannot bring neighborhoods back, and most emergency responders take far too long to get to the scene of a disaster to save many lives. Rather, it is the personal ties among members of a community that determine survival during a disaster, and recovery in its aftermath.”