RePower LA presents: Our DWP Ratepayer Forum in Pacoima.
LADWP is the largest public utility in the United States -- and it belongs to all of us. Please join RePower on Thursday 7/27 at Pacoima City Hall to learn how you can save on your LADWP bill and advocate for more resources for your community.
To RSVP or for more questions please contact Mayra Soto at 818-899-2454.
Join us for a Watering 101 workshop to learn all about how to be a water friendly gardener. This workshop is taught by Steve List, a community minded gardener with 40 years of urban gardening experience!
For more information call 818-899-2454
Join us at the South Coast Air Quality Management District - SCAQMD Air Pollution workshop next Thursday, June 20th at 5:30 pm at Las Palmas Park in the city of San Fernando. Air pollution is a big issue in our area due to the many industrial sites located near our homes and schools that are contaminating the air that we breathe every day. This workshop will be an opportunity for you to voice your concerns and help works towards a solution that creates healthier neighborhoods.
Don't let your homegrown fruits and vegetables go to waste, instead share them at our monthly food swap!
At Mercado Pacoima, you can enjoy community, healthy living workshops and homegrown goodness.
Our Yoga session will start promptly at 10 am.
Join us to kick off our Summer movie nights at Pacoima City Hall!
This event is open and free for all to enjoy. Don't forget to invite a friend.
* Blankets and lawn chairs are recommended for extra comfort.
Join us at our 2017 Environmental Justice Awards.This year marks our 21st year of service in the Northeast Valley and we’d like to honor a few elected and appointed leaders that are working to make sure that the environment in Pacoima and places like Pacoima are a priority. This year we are honoring, State Senate President Pro tem Kevin de Leon, L.A. County Supervisor Sheila Kuehl, and City of Los Angeles Board of Public Works Vice President Heather Repenning.
For ticket information click on the link: http://bit.ly/2qU0TMR
Join us for an informational workshop where we will be discussing the negative health impacts that toxic cleaning products have for ourselves and our family. This workshop will go over why it is important to know the chemicals we use on a daily basis and what can be done about our exposure to such toxins.
To RSVP for this workshop contact Mayra Soto or Felipe Escobar at 818-899-2454
What can be done about our dangerous crosswalks, lack of bus shelters, and crumbling sidewalks?
Join us at the Tripping Point, a FREE advocacy summit to find out what strategies and skills you can use to advocate for infrastructural improvements in your community.
To register click on the link: http://bit.ly/2ruSCSj