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Notifying the Public of Rights Under Title VI
The City of Inglewood operates its senior transportation programs and services without regard to race, color, and national origin in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Any person who believes she or he has been aggrieved by any unlawful discriminatory practice under Title VI may file a complaint with the City of Inglewood.

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News Image HIRING!!
Consolidated Disposal Service (CDS) is seeking to hire 17 employees.  Candidates are encouraged to apply online at www.republicservices/careers.
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News Image I-CLEAN
Please click on the "I-CLEAN" link to find out more information.
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2013 Earth Day 2013 Earth Day
Learn How You Can Make inglewood An Evironmentally Friendly and Sustainable City While Having Fun!
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2013 Dia de la Tierra 2013 Dia de la Tierra
Unase con nosotros para aprender como puede ayudar a hacer Inglewood una ciudad amigable y sostenible
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News Image CDS' Inglewood Hiring Update
CDS is committed to hiring 26 qualified Inglewood residents.  Please click on the "CDS' Inglewood Hiring Update" link for more information.
( CDS' Inglewood Hiring Update )

News Image Citywide Electronic Waste Recycling Event!
City of Inglewood and New Leaf Recycling is hosting a Citywide Electronic Waste Recycling Event!
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News Image Consolidated Disposal Service's Holiday Schedule
We will be closed for business on the following seven holidays: 

New Year's Day
Martin Luther King Jr.'s Birthday
Memorial Day
Independence Day
Labor Day
Thanksgiving Day
Christmas Day 

 If the holiday falls on a weekday, services will be delayed by one day for that week only.  Your regular schedule will resume the following week.

 For example:  If the holiday falls on Thursday, then Thursday services will be provided on Friday and Friday services on Saturday, etc.

 


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Public Works 24 Hour Hotline
The business hours of the Public Works Department...
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GIS Classifications
Announcing new and approved GIS Classifcations.
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Free Income Tax Preperation and Family Service Day
 Free Income Tax Preperation and Family Service Day. 

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"Install, Inspect, Protect" - LA County's New Campaign to Promote Smoke Alarm Awareness
Every year in the United States over 3,000 people perish in home fires. Statistics show that over one half of those deaths occur in homes without a smoke alarm or a working smoke alarm.


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INGLEWOOD WALK-IN CLINIC
Do you have questions about Fair Housing, Rent Increases,

Repairs, and much more?

The Housing Rights Center (HRC) provides FREE

Landlord/Tenant counseling in your area!

Visit the FREE Housing Rights Walk-In Clinic

Every 2nd Tuesday of each month

1 PM € PM

Beat 3 Police Community Center

2901 W. Manchester Blvd.

Inglewood, CA 90305

The next Inglewood walk-in clinic is

June 8, 2010

For additional information call (800) 477-5977 ext.27

  
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U.S. Census Open House

 Come to the celebration of the opening of the new U.S. Census office on January 12, 2010, at 1 p.m. at 9800 Sepulveda Boulevard, Suite 415, and learn about the 2010 Census!  We are celebrating this new office which will assist our community in achieving an accurate count, which in turn will help bring needed resources to our City.  Every 10 years a Census is conducted which helps determine how federal funds are spent on roads, housing, schools, parks, and public safety.  Come and meet the Census team and learn all about the Census!



California Superior Courts Closure Dates
California Superior Courts will be closed every third Wednesday beginning December 16, 2009 through June 16, 2010. 

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Fact Sheet for the Senior Center Project to be Located at 111 North Locust Street

The Planned Assembly Development (PAD) process requires approval of a Special Use Permit for PAD projects.  The Zoning Code requires two separate public hearings to consider approval of preliminary (conceptual) development plans and final (precise) development plans that may include modifications to development standards. The PAD process provides a method by which a planned development project can be constructed if it is consistent with the City's General Plan and complies with the provisions set forth in the Zoning Code PAD regulations (Section 12-39.2 of the Inglewood Municipal Code).

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Notice of Public Comment Period for Neighborhood Stabilization Program Funding

The City of Inglewood will hold a public comment period from December 3, 2009 to December 17, 2009 for the Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP) Funding. The City of Inglewood and the City of Hawthorne are jointly applying for a grant amount of up to $1,984,292 under the NSP Allocation to acquire and rehabilitate six (6) foreclosed single family housing units and to provide down-payment assistance for low- to moderate-income families to purchase the respective housing units.  The program is to be performed city-wide within the City of Inglewood and the City of Hawthorne. 

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Locust Street Senior Housing and Senior Center Project Update
Please click here to view the Locust Street Senior Housing and Senior Center Project Update presentation.

West Basin's 11th Annual Water Harvest Festival!
West Basin's 11th Annual Water Harvest Festival!

Edward C. Little Water Recycling Facility

1935 So. Hughes Way, El Segundo (at Sepulveda)

Saturday, October 24, 2009 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
 
Bring the entire family to this free event with Food, Games, Raffles, Shows, Tours, Costume Contests, and more.  Learn about the Seven Wonders of California's Water World.  Director Gloria Gray and the West Basin staff invite you to join the fun at this year's annual event.  Remember, every drop counts! For more information visit www.westbasin.org

Gifts for Guns
Gifts for Guns

November 7th, 2009
10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.
3471 WEST CENTURY BOULEVARD

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Click here for more information-Spanish.

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METRO UPDATES!

METRO UPDATES!  Help Metro plan the future of the Harbor Subdivision
October 22, 2009
6 -8 p.m. (LOCAL MEETING)

Hyde Park-Miriam Matthews Library
2205 Florence Ave,
Los Angeles, CA. 


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Energy Efficiency 101 Workshop

3-5 p.m. Wednesday, November 4

Community Room, City Hall

Inglewood Residents and Businesses are invited to register for a free workshop on Green Tips for Building, Remodeling, and Water Conservation. 

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Inglewood Public Library Announces New Operating Hours for 2009-2010
Library Director Bruce Johnson has announced a new schedule of operating hours, effective Monday, October 5, 2009.  The schedule maximizes the hours at each location, within the budget constraints.  The Library set this schedule after a careful study of usage and circulation by hour and day at each of the city's three libraries, with the goal of minimizing the impact of reduced hours on Library patrons.  Service will be provided seven days a week, including four evenings.


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Free Performance of FAME!
Don’t miss the live performance of  Fame on Thursday, August 13, and Saturday, August 15, at 1:00 p.m. at Darby Park, 3400 West Arbor Vitae.  Come see this sensational musical with an all-star cast of Inglewood’s most talented youth!  Bring your family for a real Broadway experience. 

City of Inglewood Seeks Assistant City Administrator/Chief Financial Officer
Inglewood, CA (July 28, 2009)—The City of Inglewood seeks to fill the position of Assistant City Administrator/Chief Financial Officer (ACA/CFO) with an individual who presents a strong blend of finance and budget expertise along with excellent administrative and human resources skills. 
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Fireworks Hotline
The City of Inglewood permits the sale and use of "Safe and Sane Fireworks," as approved by the State Fire Marshall.  Fireworks, rockets other explosives that do not have the “Safe and Sane” designation are strictly prohibited and illegal to possess.

Click here for more information.

Preparaese Hoy Sobreviva Manana
Venga Y disfrute de la comida, entertenimiento, juegos y premios.

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2009 Water Shortage Allocation Conservation Messaging
The MWD Imported Water Shortage Allocation will impact various water agencies and cities differently, but the Allocation does provide another opportunity to reinforce our conservation messages.  

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General Public Ambulance Rates
Attached are the allowable maximum rates chargeable to the general public as of July 1, 2009, as per Section 7.16.340, Modification of Rates, of the County Ordinance.

Click here to view the memo and attachments

CDBG - R Notice of Substantial Amendment
The City of Inglewood is proposing to amend its 2007-2010 Consolidated Plan, Annual Action Plan for Program Year 2008-2009.  The proposed amendment adds additional Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.


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Hear About Life, Death, and the Holocaust
Eva Brown educator, author, speaker  to understand her message you must hear her story .


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Community Police Academy

The Inglewood Police Department is very pleased to provide the community with an inside look at our practice of local law enforcement through our Community Police Academy. The program is designed to give participants an overview of the department’s functions, responsibilities and operational procedures.  The classes are taught by police officers, police executives, and specialized civilian employees of the Inglewood Police Department.  All class materials are provided to participants at no cost.

Community Police Academy Application.



Put the sun's power to work for you at night
Discover how you can benefit from a solar energy system on your home during the day and at night.
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DISTRICT 3 & 4 COMMUNITY CLEAN-UP DAY!
Council Members Ralph Franklin and Eloy Morales, Jr., invite you to join them from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon to clean up Green Waste and Bulky items from District 3 and 4.  All volunteers will be served a free breakfast and lunch. 

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Save Water, Energy, Money, and the Environment
Hair salon owners, save water, energy, money, and the environment.

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Crenshaw Transit Corridor Working Group
The public is invited to attend Metro’s South Corridor Working Group meeting at Rogers Park  to discuss plans for the Crenshaw Transit  Corridor.  The meeting will be held from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. at 400 W. Beach Avenue.   The meeting will focus on the area that includes Inglewood and LAX.  For more information about this project visit  www.metro.net/crenshaw or call (213) 922-2736.

NOTICE TO RESIDENTS REGARDING STREET CLOSURES FOR KING DAY EVENT
On Saturday, January 17, 2009, community members will take to the streets for a symbolic civil rights march in celebration of the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Portions of the march route will be restricted between the hours of 11:00 a.m. and 1:00 p.m.

Street closures:
- Eucalyptus Avenue (from Regent Street to Beach Avenue)
- Regent Street (from Prairie Avenue to Eucalyptus Avenue)
- Prairie Avenue (from Regent Street to La Brea Drive)
- Manchester Boulevard (from Kareem Court to Prairie Avenue)

Map of King Day March Route

The Inglewood Police Department Participates in the Avoid the 100 Task Force
The Inglewood Police Department participates in the Avoid the 100 task force. We are assigned the South Bay Region and will be conducting saturation patrols beginning December 19th through January 1st. The saturation patrols will be throughout the South Bay, but they will also focus on DUI enforcement within the City of Inglewood.

In addition, we will have banners put up in the City warning drivers not to drink and drive and to call 911 if they see suspected drunk drivers. Local businesses and schools that have electronic message board signs have agreed to display messages not to drink as well as call 911 to report drunk drivers.

Residential Parking Permit Renewal Required Before the New Year
All City of Inglewood residents who live in a permitted area are required to renew their residential parking permit.  Parking permits will expire at the end of the year and the City of Inglewood is asking all residents to come in and apply for the new 2009 parking permits.

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FATAL TRAFFIC COLLISION

On Monday, November 3, 2008 at approximately 2:45PM, a fatal traffic collision occurred in the City of Inglewood on Century Blvd at 5th Ave. 


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Inglewood Police Town Hall Meeting
Inglewood Police Town Hall Meeting

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Halloween Safety

Halloween is an exciting time of the year for children.  However, parents and children should be aware and alert of tainted treats and street and costume safety.  The following are some crime prevention tips for parents that can help make Halloween safe and more enjoyable for everyone.

Halloween Safety Flyer



Water Harvest Festival
Bring your family and friends to the Water Harvest Festival on Saturday, October 18, 2008, to be held at the Edward C. Little Water Recycling Facility in El Segundo for a free afternoon of educational games, crafts, food, exhibits, giveaways and prizes.  The event will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Recycling Facility located at 1935 Hughes Way in El Segundo.  Park free at the Pacific Corporate Towers (El Segundo and Sepulveda Boulevards).

Help Metro Help You!
Metro has initiated an Alternatives Analysis Study (AA) for the Harbor Subdivision Transit Corridor and wants to know what you think are the best options to improve transportation in our area.  Go to the link below and view Metro’s presentation, then email, write or call them with your suggestions and/or comments.    To view the presentation from your computer, click on the link below:

www.metro.net/harborsubdivision     

You can submit your comments by clicking “Contact Us” at the end of the presentation or email them at harborsubdivision@metro.net.   

You may also write to Kathleen McClune, Project Manager, One Gateway Plaza –MS 99-22-3, Los Angeles, CA 90012 or call them at (213) 922-4004.



Bank of America Celebrates Grand Re-Opening!

Inglewood and South Los Angeles customers can now enjoy the next generation of banking as Bank of America officially reopens its Inglewood Main banking center at 330 East Manchester Boulevard.   A celebration will take place on Friday, September 12 at 11:00 a.m. at the newly refurbished facility. 

The banking center, built in 1948, features Bank of America’s new store design and will offer customers exceptional service, access and convenience.  Major renovations include:  new desks and teller line area, new ATM’s inside the banking center for enhanced security, a new customer waiting area featuring a media center with flat screen televisions, and new carpet.  The public is welcome to attend the opening celebration. 



Come to the Grand Opening of the Imperial Promenade

The public is invited to attend the festive opening of Inglewood’s newest development, the Imperial Promenade, at Crenshaw Boulevard and Imperial Highway, Friday, September 12 from 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.  This celebration will include the official opening of the beautiful new Burlington Coat Factory as well as many other favorite retailers including T Mobile, CVS, Louisiana Fried Chicken and more.  Join the free fun!



National Night Out 25th Anniversary

The Inglewood Police Department invites you to come out and meet our neighbors.

"Taking back our streets one block at a time."


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911 Police Dispatcher Intern
High School Students and Young Adults between the ages of 16-19 Looking for a career in Public Safety?
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La Brea Area Business Community Meeting
The City will be conducting a follow-up Business Community Meeting on Wednesday, May 21, 2008, in the Community Room of City Hall (first floor) at 6:00 p.m.

The purpose of this meeting is to continue to update the business community on the La Brea Avenue Construction Project.  Public Works and other City officials will be in attendance to answer any questions.

Meeting Agenda
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Community Invitation / Invitación de Comunidad
You’re Invited To A Metro Community Open House

Esta Ud. Invitado a Una Exhibicion de Metro Abierta a La Comunidad


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2008 Public Safety Day
Flyer-English

Flyer-Spanish


West Basin Municipal Water District
Saturday, May 31, 2008
Pre-Registration Is Required (no event-day walk ins will be accepted)

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"Visiting...with Huell Howser"
Huell Howser, the incomparable host  of  KCET’s television’s “Visiting…With Huell Howser” turns his camera and wit on Inglewood’s widely acclaimed “The History of Transportation” art mural on Thursday, May 15th at 7:30 pm.
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Two Public Scoping Meetings On LAX Draft EIR
Two public “scoping” meetings will be held by Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) in May to discuss the Notice of Preparation of a Draft Environmental Impact Report for Los Angeles International Airport’s (LAX) Specific Plan Amendment Study.
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CDBG Community Meeting Information, Survey, and RFP Available
The City of Inglewood anticipates receiving $3.4 million in federal funds from the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

CDBG Funding


D.A. teams with Humane Society of the United States other agencies in dogfighting crackdown
LOS ANGELES – District Attorney Steve Cooley joined forces today with the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) and local agencies to crack down on dogfighting, a form of animal cruelty that often goes undetected. 
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Results of the Inglewood Fireworks Initiative (Measure “F”)
Measure “F” which sought voter approval for new restrictions against the sale and use of fireworks in Inglewood was defeated in the February 5, 2008 election.   The final vote was as follows:  Yes  -  8,272  (42.17%)       No  -  11,344  (57.83%)  

The effect of this vote is that the laws permitting the sale of certain fireworks in the City since the 1980’s will remain unchanged.

CAR SEAT INSPECTION AND SAFETY CHECK EVENTS
The National Latino Peace Officers Association (NLPOA) in conjunction with State Farm Insurance will be conducting a series of “Car Seat Inspection” events within the Southern California area. The first event will be hosted by the Inglewood Police Department and the NLPOA-North Los Angeles County Chapter on Saturday, February 16, 2008, from 9:00 am to 2:30 pm at the Inglewood Police Department.  

Click here for more information.

 


New Year’s Eve Anti-Gunfire Campaign
Anti-Gunfire Information-English

Anti-Gunfire Information-Spanish


CITY OF INGLEWOOD’S HALLOWEEN CARNIVAL
On Wednesday, October 31, 2007, the Parks, Recreation & Community Services Department, in coordination with the Inglewood Police Department, will host a Haunted House and Carnival “Night of Terror” for youths ages 5 and up.  The event takes place at Rogers Park, 400 W. Beach Avenue, from 6:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m.  
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City Budget Adopted
The city’s budget for Fiscal Year 08 was approved on September 21, 2007; it is balanced while maintaining essential city services.  The city's government has experienced remarkable changes in the local economy and continued uncertainty in respect to vacancies in leadership positions.  A special meeting was held to adopt the annual fiscal "blueprint".
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Traffic Alert
Northbound Aviation Boulevard will be closed between 135th Street and El Segundo Boulevard on Saturday, September 22 from 7:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. due to the completion of the final phase of paving by the City of Hawthorne at that location.  Any questions about this matter should be directed to Akbar Farokhi, Senior Engineer with the City of Hawthorne at 310-345-1767.

Annual Market Street Festival
Mark your calendar and plan to attend Inglewood’s annual “Inglewood Celebrates the Arts Market Street Festival,” taking place Saturday, October 6, 2007, from 11:00 a.m. to dusk.  This festival promises to be inviting for individuals, families and children of all ages.  Festival activities will take place along Market Street from Florence Avenue to Hillcrest Boulevard....
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EMS (Emergency Medical Services) Heat Wave Information
Doing too much on a hot day, spending too much time in the sun or staying too long in an overheated place can cause heat-related illnesses.  Know the symptoms of heat disorders and overexposure to the sun, and be ready to give first aid treatment.

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Community and Senior Services Cooling Stations


Summer/Fall Activities Bulletin
There is excitement in Inglewood throughout the summer and fall.  Check-out the Summer/Fall Activities Bulletin for events and important news in Inglewood.  Click here for the newsletter.
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C.E.R.T. Program
New class starting to train Volunteers from the community. The CERT Program is designed to train residents to assist safety personnel and City staff in the event of a major disaster.
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The City of Inglewood Celebrates the Restoration and Relocation of Its Crown Jewel – “The History of Transportation” Mural
After six years of planning, grant writing, scrubbing, painstaking restoration and relocation, a monumental rescue operation was unveiled on August 11, 2007, with the dedication of “The History of Transportation” mural.

Presss Release

LAX Specific Plan
REVIEW PERIOD ENDS THURSDAY AUGUST 30, 2007

Two LAX tenant improvement projects, which are elements of the LAX Specific Plan, are subject to review and comments. The LAX Stakeholder Liaison Office ensures that these two projects are in compliance with the LAX Plan review process.
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Fines Free Week at the Inglewood Public Library
In celebration of our new integrated library system, Polaris, the Inglewood Public Library is offering a “Fines Free Week.”   Running through Friday, August 17th, all Inglewood Library books returned will have no fines assessed.  

During the transition to the new library system, all locations will be closed on Saturday, August 18, and Sunday, August 19.  The libraries will reopen for normal operations on Monday, August 20, with the Polaris system in place.

For more information, please contact the Inglewood Public Library at (310) 412-5380.
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WELCOME CIRQUE DU SOLEIL!
Inglewood, CA –August 1, 2007.  World renowned Cirque du Soleil comes to the City of Inglewood, California and sets up chapiteaus (tents for us non-French speakers) at the Forum
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Come Join the City of Inglewood And Learn to Compost
The City of Inglewood, Public Works Dept. / Environmental Services & Waste Management will conduct a Free - Smart Gardening composting demonstration workshop.  Composting is another high volume way to reuse and keep organic materials out of our landfills.  
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Earthquake Awareness Preparedness Conference
The Southern California Association of Governments and the City of Los Angeles Department of Emergency Preparedness are jointly sponsoring a Regional Earthquake Awareness and Preparedness Conference.
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News Image 27 cheap ways to keep your house cooler
Simple changes such as moving lamps away from thermostats can save you hundreds of dollars. Here are more money -- and energy -- saving tips.

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News Image 3rd ANNUAL INGLEWOOD RELAY FOR LIFE
The American Cancer Society and Inglewood residents, businesses and leaders held its 3rd Annual Inglewood Relay for Life which took place Saturday, August 4, 2007, 10:00 AM to Sunday, August 5, 2007, 10:00 AM, at Edward Vincent, Jr. Park.

more information…

American Cancer Society at www.cancer.org
or Inglewood Relay for Life

4th of July Gun Fire Reduction
In an effort to reduce injuries, death, and property damage associated with indiscriminate gunfire and the increased incidents involving intoxicated drivers, the Inglewood Police Department is promoting the safe celebration of our Country’s Independence Day.

Click here for more information.


Cleaning the Air We Breath
Trade in your current backpack blower (must be fully operational) and replace it with a new STIHL BR 500 leaf blower for the SCAQMD-subsidized price of only $200.  Supplies are limited.  You must pre-register for one of the six exchange events listed below.  Reservations will be taken on a first-come, first-served basis.  Each gardening/landscaping business can exchange up to 10 working blowers.
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Inglewood City Council Unanimously Appoints a New District 1 City Council Representative
Inglewood City Council unanimously appoint Alena Cindy Giardina to fill the vacant District One City Council seat until the District One representative is sworn in after the June 12, 2007 run-off election.  Click here for more information.
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Time Warner Cable Subscribers
Some cable subscribers have reported that they are not able to view Inglewood programs usually aired Wednesday and Friday evenings on Channel 35.
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Winter Homeless Shelter
The Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority will provide shelter for the homeless in Los Angeles County this winter.  Transportation will be available to shelters from designated locations throughout the County.  Click here for more details.
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Red Lobster Recruitment
The Red Lobster Restaurant is now recruiting for their Inglewood store at the One-Stop Business & Career Center.  They are planning to hire 140 employees.  The South Bay One-Stop Business & Career Center staff will be pre-screening qualified candidates and referring them for interviews through their testing program.  Red Lobster hopes to hire all their staffing needs within the next two weeks.

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Free Tire Recycling
February 24, 2007 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

Receive a coupon good for 15% off your next purchase of Firestone or Bridgestone tires. Help the environment and recycle your tires!

Click here to view the flyer.
Click here to view the flyer in Spanish.


Incumbent Mayor Roosevelt Dorn is Re-Elected

Incumbent Mayor Roosevelt Dorn is re-elected in run-off election held on Tuesday, January 9th. Click here more more details.


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INGLEWOOD KING DAY CELEBRATION WILL FEATURE ARTISTIC AND ORATORY TALENTS OF YOUNG PEOPLE FROM INGLEWOOD SCHOOLS AND CHURCHES
The City of Inglewood’s 24th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration slated for this Saturday, January 13, 2007 will feature the artistic and oratory talents of young people who are inspired by the spirit and the contributions of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.  
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Winter Activities Bulletin
There is excitement in Inglewood throughout the winter.  Check-out the Winter Activities Bulletin for events and important news in Inglewood.  Click here for the newsletter.
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Santa Sleigh Parades in Inglewood
Look for Inglewood Police Association and Los Angeles County Fire Department on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays December 8, 9 and 10, and December 15,16 and 17 as they bring Santa, his Sleigh and Reindeers to a neighborhood near you from 5:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Click here for more details.
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Inglewood Police Department is hiring
The Inglewood Police Department is hiring lateral Police Officers and Police Officer Trainees. Click here to apply €
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Community Planning Workshops
Inglewood General Plan Update Planning for the 21st Sentury

Come join us to share your vision for planning the future of Inglewood.  Meetings will be held November 15th and 16th.

Click here for more information.


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LAX Master Plan Specific Plan Amendment Study Community Meeting
LAX Master Plan Specific Plan Amendment Study Community Meetings, October 25th and October 28th.  Click here for details.
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LANE CLOSURES SCHEDULED FOR SAN DIEGO FREEWAY (WEEKLY UPDATE)
The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) will close portions of the north- and southbound San Diego (405) Freeway from Monday through Thursday night so that work can be done through the High Occupancy Vehicle Lane Project.
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The Office of the City Administrator Town Hall Meeting on Measure IT
The Office of the City Administrator held a public education town hall meeting to share some important facts about Measure IT, the initiative on the November 7th ballot.  Provided in the file attached is the PowerPoint presentation shared during the meeting.  Click below to view the file.
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24th Annual King Day Celebration City-Wide Speech Contest
Plans for the City of Inglewood's 24th Annual King Day Celebration are in full swing and the citywide speech contest for youngsters ranging in age from kindergarten to 12th grade is underway.  To find out more about the speech contest and the deadlines, click here.
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Mayoral Town Hall Meeting
Inglewood residents and business owners are invited to a Mayoral town hall meeting.

When: Thursday, August 31, 2006

Where: City Hall (1st Floor Community Room)
1 Manchester Blvd.

Time: 7:00 p.m.
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LAX Stakeholder Forum
LAX will hold its next stakeholder forum on Tuesday August 29th from 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m..  Click below for more information about the meeting and other important information for LAX Stakeholders.
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LAX Master Plan Community Meeting
Tuesday, July 25th - 6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m., Imperial Avenue School, El Segundo.  See attached flyer for more information.
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310 Area Code Overlay Information
The first area code overlay for California is now in effect.
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Unofficial Gubernatorial Primary Election Results
To view Gubernatorial Primary Election Results, please visit http://vote.ss.ca.gov/.

Please note that election results are not final until the completion of the canvass.  The official canvass must be completed within 28 days of the election.

News Image City Boards, Commissions, and Committees
Are you familiar with the City€s numerous Boards, Commissions, and Committees working to improve the quality of services and special events provided and organized in Inglewood? 
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LAX Specific Plan Amendment Study Public Outreach meetings, May 17 and 20, 2006.
Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) is pleased to host a third set of public outreach meetings as part of the LAX Specific Plan Amendment Study. 
( Click here for more details. )
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ELECTRONICS RECYCLING DAY
Join us for Inglewood Electronics Recycling Day!

Here's your chance to recycle all your old, outdated, and non-working electronics that you don't know what to do with and don't want to throw away.
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PROGRESS OF CRENSHAW/IMPERIAL LIBRARY PROJECT
Work is in full force at Crenshaw/imperial Branch Library.  The library is much different from what you saw previously.
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C.E.R.T Program
The CERT Program is designed to train residents to assist safety personnel and City staff in the event of a major disaster. Volunteers from the community are trained in first aid, light search and rescue, minor fire suppression, and other skills that are critical in the first few hours of a disaster.

For more information, click here.

To register, click here.
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Property Tax Assessment Seminars
The County of Los Angeles is sponsoring a series of free lessons that are intended to help taxpayers understand the assessment appeals process.  These 90-minute seminars will be offered from July through September at four different locations.
( LACO Assessor Seminars )
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Mayor Roosevelt F. Dorn’s Town Hall Meeting
Inglewood Residents and Business Owners are invited to Mayor Roosevelt F. Dorn’s Town Hall Meeting.    

When:   Thursday, June 30, 2005
Where:  City Hall (Community Room A)
Time:     7:00 p.m.
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The South Bay Energy $avings Center will be holding two FREE workshops on Energy Efficiency this week.
Workshop for Residents Tuesday 4/26 in Carson

Workshop for Businesses Wednesday, 4/27 Library Lecture Hall, Inglewood
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Join the City of Inglewood in Promoting "Healthy Life, Healthy Living"
3 Great Events at One Location

  • Health Fair Expo
  • College and Career Readiness
  • Earth Day Celebration

For mor information, click here.
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Aviation Commission Meeting Canceled
The Aviation Commission scheduled for April 20th 2005 @ 6:00 pm has been cancelled due to lack of quorum.  The next scheduled meeting is on May 18th 2005.

CDBG RESIDENT’S SURVEY - HOW WOULD YOU INVEST $4 MILLION?
The City of Inglewood receives approximately $4 million in federal funds each year for housing and community development projects. The City of Inglewood wants you to have a voice in how the City invests this money. Please assist us by filling out this survey.  



LA COUNTY FEMA PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT
The Los Angeles County FEMA Office has announced that residents who suffered damages or losses, not covered by insurance, from the severe storms of December 27, 2004 - January 11, 2005 are encouraged to call FEMA's Hotline at 1-800-621-3362; or to get disaster information and check on the status of their application, call 1-800-462-7585.

City of Inglewood Public Education Series
The workshop is open to the public, everyone is invited and welcome. The workshop will present information on the basics of redevelopment that will be beneficial to those who are new to the concept, or may have some knowledge about redevelopment and want to learn more.
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The Princeton Review NEW SAT Practice Exam!
The City of Inglewood Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department presents:  The Princeton Review NEW SAT Practice Exam!  The test will be held on Saturday, January 22, 2005 from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Rogers Park, 400 W. Beach Avenue in Inglewood. 
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College Empowerment: Get Ready!
The City of Inglewood, along with the Inglewood Unified School District, the Inglewood/Airport Area Chamber of Commerce, Rotary International and the South Bay Workforce Investment Board, will present a free workshop:  “College Empowerment:  Get Ready!” on Saturday, January 8, 2005. 
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Tax Amnesty Program
We all make mistakes.  But we don’t always get a chance to correct them.  If you or somebody you know did not properly report sales or use taxes in the past, now is your chance to correct that oversight by taking advantage of the Board of Equalization’s sales and use tax amnesty program. 

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Regional Emergency Preparedness Exercise
On Thursday, December 9, 2004, the City of Inglewood will be participating in an annual Disaster Drill Exercise at The Forum.  The drill is annual exercise conducted by the County of Los Angeles and attended by emergency service personnel from the City of Los Angeles and several other South Bay cities.  The purpose of the drill is to enhance the coordination and responsiveness of local cities to disasters and other emergencies.
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The City of Inglewood would like to introduce our new “Online Business Directory”
This directory contains a listing of all active businesses within the City. It will allow you to locate a business using four different methods including:

  • Alphabetical search
  • License issue date
  • Keyword search (This feature can also search by street name)
  • Category/Business type
Try it today by clicking here.

If you do not see an active business within our directory call the Business Tax Division at (310) 412-5500.
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Heart Health Awareness
On Wednesday July 21st, at 7 PM, at the Community Center located at 2901 West Manchester Boulevard, medical professionals from Centinela Hospital Medical Center will help you learn about cardiovascular disease and maintaining a healthy heart.
( Hearth Health Awareness flyer )
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July 4th: Enjoy a safe holiday!
The Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department is reminding residents that it is illegal for any person to carry or discharge any firearms, firecrackers, rockets, torpedoes or any other fireworks within any public park.  Any item that explodes, rises in the air or moves about the ground or any fireworks which is not approved and labeled “Safe and Sane” by the State Fire Marshal, is illegal in California. The public is asked to voluntarily comply with the law to help lower the fireworks related incidents and promote a safe holiday experience
( Friendly Reminder )
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PUBLIC NOTICE
In accordance with Section 511 of the Public Housing Reform Act, the Inglewood Housing Authority (IHA) has developed its Public Housing Agency (PHA) Plan FY 2004-2005 and the 5-Year Consolidated Plan FY 2004-2009. The purpose of the plans is to advise HUD, members of the public, and recipients of HUD assisted housing of the IHA’s mission for serving the needs of low-income and very low-income families in the City of Inglewood and the strategy for addressing those needs on an annual and five year basis.
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Final LAX Master Plan Released
Los Angeles World Airports has released the Final Environmental Impact Report (FEIR) for the LAX Master Plan which details proposed modernization of the airport.  A public workshop has been scheduled for Monday, May 10, 2004 at the Proud Bird Restaurant adjacent to the airport and a public hearing will be held on Monday, May 24, 2004 at the Los Angeles Convention Center.  A copy of the report is available for public review at the Inglewood Main Library and online at the Los Angeles World Airports website.
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Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Surveys Now Available!
Please give the City your input by completing a survey.
( 2005-2006 Community Survey )
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Mow Down Air Pollution Electric Lawn Mower Exchange

"Mow Down Air Pollution Electric Lawn Mower Exchange" Saturday, June 12th, 2004.  7 a.m. until sold out at Hollywood Park, 1050 S. Prairie Ave., Inglewood. Turn in your operable gasoline-powered mower and purchase a Neuton cordless electric mower for $100 ($300 savings). Hosted by AQMD (888) 425-6247.


( Lawnmower Exchange Flyer )
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State of the City Address
Remarks by Mayor Roosevelt F. Dorn
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC MEETING
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Inglewood Redevelopment Agency will hold a public meeting on February 18, 2004, at Inglewood City Hall, Community Room “A” located at One Manchester Boulevard, Inglewood, California 90301 at 7:00 p.m.
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2nd Annual Inglewood Business Expo
The Inglewood Business Expo is back for its second year to be held at the Hollywood Park Pavillion (Casino), Saturday, January 24th.
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Property Tax Assessment Seminars
The meetings are intended to help taxpayers understand the assessment appeals process.  Only one chance remains on March 26th to hear the 90 minute seminar.
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NOTICE TO RESIDENTS REGARDING KING DAY MARCH ROUTE
On Saturday, January 17, 2004, community members will take to the streets for a symbolic civil rights march in celebration of the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Portions of the march route will be restricted between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 10:00 a.m.

Street closures:
- 90th Street (from Crenshaw Boulevard and Prairie Avenue)
- Kareem Court (from 90th Street to Manchester Boulevard)
- Manchester Boulevard (from Kareem Court to Prairie Avenue)
- Prairie Avenue (from Manchester Boulevard to Regent Street)
- Regent Street (from Prairie Avenue to Eucalyptus Avenue)
- Eucalyptus Avenue (from Regent Street to Beach Avenue)
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Homestretch at Hollywood Park Voter Initiative Placed on April 6, 2004 Ballot
The initiative creates a Specific Plan on a 60-acre parcel at the northern perimeter of Hollywood Park at 90th Street.  The Plan calls for amendments to the City’s General Plan and Zoning Code to allow for uses totaling 650,000 square feet of commercial space.
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2002 Draft CAPER Now Available
The 2002 Draft CAPER is now available for public review through December 16, 2003 as required by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

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Mayoral Town Hall Meeting
Inglewood residents and business owners are Invited to meet with Mayor Roosevelt F. Dorn during a Mayoral Town Hall Meeting.  
When:  Thursday, November 13, 2003  
Where: Inglewood City Hall Community Room (1st Floor City Hall)
            1 Manchester Boulevard  
Time:   6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
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A Salute to Firefighters
Congresswoman Jane Harman will host a Salute to Firefighters event on Saturday, November 8, from 12:00 noon to 1:00 pm at the Hermosa Beach Fire Department located at 540 Pier Avenue in Hermosa Beach, California.
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News Image Win a Prize at the Market Street Festival
Come and participate in the fun and festivities at the annual "Inglewood Celebrates the Arts" Festival on Market Street this Saturday, November 1st.
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Community Development Block Grant (Request For Proposals)
Notice is hereby given that the City of Inglewood, California is accepting proposals from eligible non-profit agencies to provide community-based crime prevention and gang intervention activities under the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program.
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Presentation of Proposed FY 2003-04 City Budget
City Administrator Mark F. Weinberg and his staff presented the proposed FY 03-04 City of Inglewood (Consolidated) Annual Operating Budget at two scheduled public meetings and a City Council meeting.  It is planned that the budget will be before City Council for adoption on September 16, 2003 at 5:30pm.  Follow the link below for more details.  
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Inglewood Cares: City Recognizes Inglewood’s Military Men and Women
In support of Inglewood’s military men and women serving overseas, the City has established an email address for residents of the City of Inglewood and surrounding communities to share the names and pertinent information of Inglewood residents serving in Iraq and other areas overseas.
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Community Development Block Grant Survey Now Available!
Please fill out a survey.
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Kids Clinic and Safety Workshop
Home Depot in conjunction with the City of Inglewood to host a Kids Clinic and Safety Workshop - Saturday, May 24th, 10:00 am - 4:00 p.m., 3363 Century Blvd, (Home Depot Parking Lot)
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