Westside Village Homeowners Association

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Local Parks

http://www.laparks.org/dos/ reccenter/facility/marVistaRC.htm
11430 Woodbine Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90066
Tel: (310) 398-5982

http://www.laparks.org/dos/ reccenter/facility/palmsRC.htm
2950 Overland Avenue
Los Angeles, CA 90064
(310) 838-3838

Looking for a different park, visit http://www.laparks.org/ and you can search for all LA City Parks.

Mar Vista Community Council

Find out what's happening in our neighborhood and get involved! The Mar Vista Community Council web page will give you all the information you need.

WVHA presents

Earthquake Preparedness:
Next Steps
We are looking for leaders and concerned neighbors to join us and learn how to organize a preparedness team on your block:
Westside Village’s 5 Steps to Neighborhood Preparedness Plan
Tuesday, October 7, 2014 from 7:00-8:30p.m.

Palms-Rancho Branch of the LA City Library
2920 Overland Avenue (just North of National Blvd.)
Free parking
Seating limited.  RSVP to: 
Just a few days after the August 21, 2014 Westside Village Preparedness Fair, a major quake hit Northern California, which further underscores the urgency of preparedness.
We must act NOW to be ready when the Big One strikes here!

The Westside Village Homeowners Association Board invites you to participate
in the next phase of disaster readiness for our community.
When disaster strikes, our first responders such as police, firefighters, and ambulances will be overwhelmed and we’ll need to rely on ourselves and our neighbors.

Westside Village Neighborhood Watch

Do you want to have a positive effect in our neighborhood? Do you want to get to know your neighbors better? If so, then consider being a block captain. There are still a few blocks that need block captains or some block captains would like to have a co-captain. If you are interested, please contact our Neighborhood Watch at WestsideVillageWatch@gmail.com or the board at westsidevillageboard@yahoo.com.

The responsibilities include keeping an updated neighbor contact list, delivering newsletters and forwarding information to their individual blocks. Most communication can be handled via email in the comfort of your own home and we only have three newsletters a year. Please consider taking on this valuable position to help keep us safe and informed.


LAPD has launched a great new way to check on crime in West LA.
Please follow this link to take a look: crimemapping.com
Text Alerts from LAPD
Sign up to receive LAPD alerts and more through the www.Nixle.com service. This is a nationwide service that LAPD and many other cities across the country have adopted that send out official email and text alerts. To sign up go to www.lapdonline.org and click on the Nixle icon on the LAPD web page.

This program encourages citizens to submit suspicious activity reports and has also been adopted nationwide. Information about this important program are also posted/linked on the www.lapdonline.org web page. Los Angeles has a number of possible terrorist targets: LAX, the ports, beaches, hospitals and the Federal Building, to name a few. The goal of this program is to give citizens a way to help the various law enforcement agencies keep us safe. It’s a natural extension of neighborhood watch.