Things of note

Many are getting back into their fall schedule. Best of luck for those going to school! Getting a new job! Here are some things to put in your schedule.

Check out Rose Park Neighborhood Community Meeting! Excellent agenda and good place to connect.

Tuesday Sept. 25th 6:30-8pm at Rivera’s Mexican Restaurant E7th & Gladys. Guests: Commander Patrick O’Dowd, Eastside PD Commander and Jeannine Pearce, 2nd District Councilmember

Focus: Etiquette and Engagement vs. Nuisance

We’ll be addressing nuisance behaviors: parking, trash, smoking, noise and ways we can be part of the solution. Sign up to volunteer for 10th Street Treekeepping, Newsletter distribution and other neighborhood actions.

And on your way to the bus stop or cycling to class if you should notice a tree stump in the parkway – call or email it in to the city!!! There is $ and a plan to remove stumps in the entire city. We have them in RP!!!

From Mayor Garcia’s desk:

If you have a tree stump in your neighborhood that needs removal, please email us at 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.

The CCC (Coronado Cooling Center) is taking note of the number of weather related events from fires to hurricanes. Being prepared will save your life. Check out event at The Pyramid.

On Saturday, September 15th the City of Long Beach is hosting the fifth annual “READY Long Beach” Community Preparedness Expo from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at Long Beach State University— outside the Walter Pyramid, 1250 Bellflower Blvd.

This free event is sponsored by Long Beach CERT (Community Emergency Response Team), in partnership with the Long Beach Fire Department, various City departments, Long Beach State University, local businesses, sponsors, and other disaster response agencies.

The expo will feature information booths, emergency preparedness demonstrations, emergency supplies for purchase, a kid’s fun zone, food for purchase, and multiple displays of emergency response equipment. Complimentary parking is available at the Long Beach State University in parking structure 1, off Atherton Avenue and Merriam Way.

The event will include information such as:

• How to gather and store minimum supplies of food, water and other basic survival tools;
• How to take action to increase preparedness;
• How to build a family evacuation and response plan; and
• How to engage your neighbors in disaster planning.

September is National Preparedness Month and this year’s focus is on community engagement, with an overarching theme “Disasters know no Boundaries” Join us on September 15th to start planning ahead with us!