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January Community Events & FREE State Resources

Dear Neighbors,

Happy New Year! We are starting 2024 with several community events.

In this newsletter, you will find information for the Caltrans Beautification Virtual Town Hall, updates on the Pacoima Wash Bridge, and free resources available to you.
 



DISTRICT EVENTS

Caltrans Freeway Beautification Virtual Town Hall

Legislative Successes and Budget Wins Coming to Our District

Dear Neighbors,

As the year comes to a close, I want to take the opportunity to celebrate our budget and legislative wins this year!

Please enjoy this newsletter that will briefly summarize what our district has achieved in 2023.


District Budget Wins

Despite California’s tight budget year, we secured nearly $5 million for the district.

FREE District Events: Job Fairs, Health Screenings, & Trunk or Treat

District Events

Dear Neighbors,

We have several events available to you this October. Our office is collaborating with community members and organizations all month long to provide you with networking opportunities, free health screenings, emergency preparedness resources, and legislative updates.

My team and I are excited to see you!

Free Backpack Giveaway

Dear Neighbors,

This Friday, July 21 from 10 a.m.-2 p.m., I am joining L.A. Care Health Plan, the Community Resource Center of Los Angeles, and Blue Shield of California for a Back to School Resource Fair at:

10807 San Fernando Road, Pacoima, CA 91331.

Families with children ages 3 years and up can qualify for one backpack per student, while supplies last. Due to the limited quantity, we highly encourage parents and guardians to be present with their student to receive a backpack.

I look forward to seeing you there!

Free Meals for Children in AD43

Dear Neighbors,

There are several free meal programs available to families during the summer. Children under the age of 18 can receive free breakfast or lunch through schools in the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) or the Summer Food Service Program.

California State of Emergency has been Declared

Hello Neighbor,

A State of Emergency has been issued for California as our state experiences a winter storm.

A wind advisory and flood watch have been declared for the LA region through tomorrow morning until 10 a.m. Here is a list of resources I’ve curated to help you prepare for this storm.

Please sign up for local emergency notifications and alerts:

Los Angeles City: https://emergency.lacity.org/alerts/notifyla

Welcome to the 43rd Assembly District!

Hello Neighbor,

Please allow me to introduce myself. I am Assemblywoman Luz Rivas, and I represent you in the California State Assembly!

I am thrilled to serve the 43rd Assembly District in California for the next two years. In 2018, I was humbly elected and sworn into the California State Assembly, and it makes me extremely proud to represent a community that has given me so much.

Assemblywoman Luz Rivas: Legislative Successes and District Updates

Hello Neighbor,

In just one month, we will be welcoming the New Year!

This year, I worked to ensure the 39th Assembly District received $32.5 million from the state budget, and passed legislation that would keep Pacifica Hospital of the Valley open and established the first advance warning and ranking system protecting communities like ours in the San Fernando Valley from extreme heat.