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GILBERT A. CEDILLO
Councilmember, First District

Greetings,

Welcome to the website for the First Council District of the City of Los Angeles. We hope this website will act as a valuable resource in providing you information about city services as well as to keep you informed about what our office is doing in the community.

It is an honor to represent the First District. Thank you for placing your trust in Team Cedillo. We are here to serve and assist you.

Together, we will make the First District #1!

Sincerely,
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Gilbert A. Cedillo
Councilmember, First District
@cmGilCedillo
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Amigos,

Estamos en nuestra segunda semana de la orden de Más Seguro en Casa. El miércoles, el alcalde Garcetti recomendó que todos los angelinos usen cubre bocas en público. Cuando usted vaya a comprar comestibles o a caminar al parque, cúbrase la nariz y la boca antes de salir, por su bien y por el de los demás. Para mayor seguridad, permanezca en casa con sus seres queridos, evite reuniones con personas ajenas y no viaje innecesariamente. Revise las guías incluidas en este boletín semanal para mantenerse actualizado sobre recientes noticias e indicaciones de salud y seguridad.

Esta semana, incluyo más historias de nuestros vecinos ayudándose unos a otros. Su apoyo es vital en esta crisis para garantizar que todos los residentes del Distrito 1 estén protegidos y seguros. Lo mejor que puede hacer para combatir al coronavirus y evitar su propagación, es quedarse en casa, mantenerse saludable y a salvo mientras la orden de Más Seguro en Casa esté vigente. Les deseo lo mejor a usted y a su familia. Estaré dando más información la próxima semana.

Sinceramente,

Gil Cedillo, Distrito 1

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Semana del 28 de Marzo al 3 de Abril, 2020

TRABAJANDO PARA TI

Ordenanza Covid-19 de Los Ángeles influye en California para protección de inquilinos

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Council Chambers Meeting3-27-2020

La semana pasada, el Concilio aprobó protecciones integrales para los inquilinos y evitar que los afectados por COVID-19 sean desalojados y enviados a la calle. Los Ángeles se convirtió en líder de defensa de los derechos de los inquilinos en todo el estado.

Solo Oakland congeló los desalojos sin importar la causa; nadie más en California. La mayoría de las ciudades como San Francisco, Berkeley, Santa Mónica y West Hollywood, requieren que el inquilino notifique al arrendador y proporcione documentación del motivo relacionado con la pandemia para no pagar. Berkeley permite una exención de la moratoria a los propietarios que pueden mostrar dificultades financieras debido a la pandemia.

En cuanto al pago de la renta atrasada, ninguna ciudad (ni siquiera Oakland) ha permitido tanto como un año, como Los Ángeles. Muchas ciudades no mencionan el pago extendido. San Francisco requiere cubrir la renta sin pagar, cuando se levante la declaración de emergencia, a menos que el inquilino compruebe que sigue afectado con las consecuencias del coronavirus (con un límite de seis meses). West Hollywood permite seis meses. Sacramento hasta 120 días. Long Beach permite planes de pago hasta noviembre (seis meses), pero si algún pago no se hizo, tendrá que cubrirse inmediatamente después de que pase el período de emergencia.

CIUDADES DE CALIFORNIA (solo como ejemplo)

Oakland:

Moratoria de desalojos por dos meses, excepto cuando sea por razones de seguridad.

No recargos por falta de pago debido a enfermedad o pérdida de salario y/o ingresos.

Aumento de renta hasta un 3.5%

Berkeley:

Moratoria de desalojo debido a la pérdida de salario y/o ingresos debido a la pandemia; se requiere aviso y documentación.

El arrendador puede solicitar la exención demostrando que tiene dificultades para pagar.

Aparentemente, no prevé un plan de pago extendido.

Long Beach:

El inquilino debe avisar y documentar que ha perdido su salario y/o ingreso.

El inquilino tiene hasta noviembre para reembolsar la renta atrasada; pero todo el monto tiene que cubrirse de inmediato si un pago deja de hacerse después de 31 de mayo.

Sacramento:

El inquilino debe notificar al arrendador.

La pérdida de salario y/o ingreso debe comprobarse cada mes.

120 días de extensión para pagar el alquiler

San Francisco:

El inquilino debe avisar al arrendador y la pérdida de salario y/o ingreso debe comprobarse cada mes.

El inquilino debe pagar el alquiler atrasado dentro de un mes después del final de la emergencia, a menos que demuestre que su salario y/o ingreso sigue afectado por la crisis sanitaria; pero tendrá hasta 6 meses para ponerse al corriente.

Santa Mónica:

El inquilino debe avisar y comprobar los motivos.

No está claro aun si hay un plan de pago extendido.

No desalojos.

West Hollywood:

El inquilino debe avisar y comprobar los motivos.

Extensión de seis meses.

OTROS ESTADOS:

Seattle:

Moratoria de desalojos durante la emergencia, excepto cuando la condición del inquilino ponga en peligro la seguridad pública.

El alquiler atrasado se vence y pone al inquilino en peligro de desalojo al final de la emergencia (no hay plan de pago).

Portland:

Todos los desalojos están prohibidos durante la emergencia, excepto cuando peligre la seguridad pública.

Extensión de seis meses para renta atrasada, solo para quienes enfrentan dificultades económicas.

Participe en el censo 2020 en línea ¡ya! 

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La distribución de fondos federales para crisis como el COVID-19 y escasez de viviendas asequibles depende de cálculos basadas en el Censo de cada 10 años. Complete el censo 2020 en línea ¡ya! para que todos tengamos mejores resultados.

CORONAVIRUS UPDATE

Use mascarillas siempre que salga

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En respuesta a la pandemia de COVID-19, la Ciudad de Los Ángeles emitió una nueva guía (Español casi al final del discurso del alcalde) sobre la importancia vital de usar cubre bocas en lugares públicos. El Departamento de Salud Pública de California también emitió una guía pública sobre el uso de mascarillas.

Hay datos científicos que indican que muchos de los infectados con COVID-19 no presentan síntomas, por lo que se recomienda que todos usemos mascarillas de tela al salir de casa si acaso tenemos que realizar actividades esenciales. Cubrirse la cara con cubre bocas no sustituye otras medidas vitales para frenar la propagación del COVID-19 como son: quedarse Mas Seguro en Casa, lavarse las manos con frecuencia y mantener un distanciamiento social en todo lugar.

Para uso de mascarillas, hay dos clasificaciones de personas:

1) Trabajadores de la salud en primera línea: la Ciudad coordina con FEMA para asegurar a médicos, socorristas, enfermeras y enfermeros, equipo imprescindible de protección (máscaras N95, cubre bocas, batas, etc).

2) El resto de nosotros: Debemos usar cubre bocas de tela o mascarillas caseras para proteger a los trabajadores y otras personas en el supermercado, la farmacia y otros establecimientos cuando interactuamos con ellos. No usemos mascarillas N95 de grado médico; deben reservarse para personal médico y socorristas.

Visite también el Mayor's Constituents Resources Page

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PRUEBAS DE CORONAVIRUS 

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Pruebas disponibles para residentes del condado de Los Ángeles

Las pruebas de coronavirus están disponibles en el condado de Los Ángeles para las personas más vulnerables y que se encuentran en las categorías de mayor riesgo.

Las personas elegibles para la prueba son:

  • Mayores de 65 años con síntomas.
  • Enfermos crónicos con síntomas.
  • Pacientes en aislamiento obligatorio de 14 días debido a una exposición confirmada a COVID-19 (con más de 7 días de aislamiento restante).

Para obtener más información sobre las pruebas, visite nuestra lugar en línea de FAQ de preguntas y respuestas más frecuentes.

Investigue si usted puede hacerse la prueba gratuita gratis aquí

¿Debe la renta? 

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Si vive en la Ciudad de Los Ángeles y debido a COVID-19 no puede pagar la renta, no será desalojado. El 23 de marzo (revisado el 24 de marzo), el alcalde Garcetti emitió una orden indicando que, "...ningún propietario podrá desalojar a un inquilino residencial o comercial en la ciudad de Los Ángeles durante este período de emergencia si el inquilino demuestra que no puede pagar su renta debido a circunstancias relacionadas con la pandemia de COVID-19".

El alcalde Garcetti emitió una segunda orden el 30 de marzo suspendiendo los aumentos de alquiler de la Ordenanza de Estabilización de Rentas (RSO), que indica que "... La pandemia del virus COVID-19 exige una acción urgente para amortiguar sus efectos negativos en nuestra economía, fuerza laboral y estabilidad de la vivienda ... Los propietarios no aumentarán la renta de las unidades de alquiler sujetas a la Ordenanza de Estabilización de Rentas de Los Ángeles a partir de esta fecha hasta sesenta días después de la expiración del período de emergencia local.

El alcalde Garcetti también firmó una ordenanza aprobada por el Concilio el viernes 27 de marzo, dando a los inquilinos residenciales elegibles 12 meses para cubrir el alquiler que no pudieran pagar después de la expiración del período de emergencia. El periodo de gracia para comercios sigue siendo tres meses.

Para mas información sobre la moratoria de desalojo, visite el sitio web de HCIDLA - Los Angeles Housing + Community Investment Department o llame al 1-866-557-7368.

Más Centros Recreativos son refugios para personas sin hogar para combatir la propagación de COVID-19

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Continua la necesidad de centros recreativos adicionales, mientras funcionarios de la Ciudad y el Condado hacen gestiones ante autoridades federales para que las personas sin hogar sean trasladadas a refugios cerrados y bajo techo.

En el Distrito 1, hay tres refugios temporales de COVID-19: Echo Park Community Center, 303 Patton St., Los Ángeles, CA 90026; Alpine Recreation Center, 817 Yale St, Los Ángeles, CA 90012 y Downey Recreation Center, 1772 N Spring St, Los Ángeles, CA 90031.

Es más seguro que las personas sin hogar se alojen en un refugio en donde tengan baños y duchas, y estén vigilados en caso de que presenten síntomas del virus y necesitan atención médica. Más peligroso es que estén vagando por las calles en condiciones antihigiénicas e insalubres en donde ni siquiera pueden lavarse las manos.

La Oficina de Servicios para Personas sin Hogar (LAHSA, por sus siglas en inglés) realiza listados con nombres de personas sin hogar detectadas como prioridad para ser ubicadas en nuevas camas de refugio que son mayores de 55 años, enfermos crónicos y mas vulnerables. Los equipos de LAHSA también reciben recomendaciones del LAPD, del LAFD y de agencias sin fines de lucro que interactúan regularmente con la comunidad de personas sin hogar.

Concejales solicitan al gobernador que considere tres acciones a favor de personas sin documentos

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Los Concejales Gil Cedillo, Nury Martínez y Mónica Rodríguez firmaron una carta solicitando al gobernador Newsom que considere tres acciones relacionadas con la crisis COVID-19 propuestas por el Caucus Legislativo Latino de California que protegerían a dos millones de residentes indocumentados del estado, que serían: fondos de ayuda de emergencia, créditos fiscales y atención médica integral.

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Gobernador Newsom anuncia ayuda para pequeñas empresas y trabajadores desplazados por COVID-19

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El gobernador Gavin Newsom anunció los nuevos recursos para ayudar a trabajadores y pequeñas empresas de California que han perdido su salario y/o ingresos por causa del COVID-19.

A partir de mañana, las pequeñas empresas de California afectadas por la crisis COVID-19 pueden solicitar un préstamo del gobierno federal por hasta $ 10 millones. Es importante destacar que el programa se otorga por orden de llegada; las pequeñas empresas elegibles de California deben comunicarse con una financiera de confianza para obtener más información.

El Gobernador también anunció que el estado asignó $ 50 millones al Banco de Infraestructura y Desarrollo Económico de California (California Infrastructure and Economic Development Bank) como garantía de capital para préstamos a pequeñas empresas de personas que no califican para esos fondos federales, incluidas las comunidades de inmigrantes de poco capital e indocumentados. El estado también permitirá que las pequeñas empresas aplacen 12 meses el pago de impuestos sobre las ventas de hasta $ 50,000. Busque aquí más información. Lea aquí el comunicado de prensa del gobernador. 

También puede acudir al Departamento de Desarrollo Económico y Fuerza Laboral para créditos de la ciudad de Los Ángeles en City’s Micro Loan Program.

Pagos de impacto económico

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Pagos de impacto económico

Los llamados pagos de impacto económico del Departamento del Tesoro y del Servicio de Impuestos Internos (IRS) llegarán en las próximas tres semanas y se distribuirán automáticamente, sin requerir ninguna otra acción para la mayoría de los contribuyentes. Sin embargo, algunas personas que no presentan declaraciones de impuestos, deberán hacerlo cuando menos de manera sencilla para recibir esta ayuda del gobierno.

Lo que necesita saber sobre Pagos de Impacto Economico aquí.

Formas y medios del Comité de Recursos del Covid-19 

Paquete de Estímulo Económico: ¿Cuánto podría recibir?

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Para más detalles sobre de cuanto podría ser su cheque de estímulo económico federal, vea este reportaje en ABC News. Calcule cuanto puede recibir.

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For more details on how much you might receive for your stimulus check view this ABC News story. Calculate what you may receive.

Congreso aprueba Ley de Ayuda, Alivio y Seguridad Económica del Coronavirus (CARES Act)

El 27 de marzo pasado, el Congreso aprobó la Ley de Ayuda, Alivio y Seguridad Económica de Coronavirus (CARES-Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security), que incluye recursos financieros para beneficiar a los dueños de negocios y contratistas independientes afectados económicamente por la pandemia del COVID-19. La Ley CARES, junto con los programas de estímulo estatales y federales anteriores, proporciona varios programas de ayuda:

Áreas de estacionamiento temporal para Restaurantes con servicio de Pick-up

LADOT está ayudando a los restaurantes que ofrecen hechos a la orden opciones de recogida de alimentos mediante el suministro de señales de aparcamiento de forma gratuita a las empresas que se aplican utilizando el siguiente formulario. Así es como funciona:

signo de recogida de alimentos

  1. Rellene el siguiente formulario de solicitud.
  2. Una vez aprobado, LADOT instalará dentro de los dos días hábiles señales temporales (ejemplo a la izquierda) que indican un alimento específico lugar de recogida cerca de su restaurante.
  3. Si tiene alguna pregunta, correo electrónico ladot.foodpickupzone@lacity.org.

Áreas de estacionamiento temporal para restaurantes con servicio de Pick-Up.

La Ciudad está permitiendo zonas temporales de estacionamiento para recoger comida en los restaurantes con servicio de pick-up, ayudándolos a atender mejor a sus clientes. Los restaurantes pueden solicitar permisos gratuitos para estas zonas de estacionamiento temporal aquí. #flattenthecurve #saferathome

Shower of Hope expande su servicio móvil de duchas y lavandería de 5 a 7 días.

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El Equipo Cedillo aumentó el programa de duchas móviles de 5 a 7 días y el programa de lavandería móvil de 2 a 5 instalaciones para aumentar los servicios de higiene en el Distrito 1. "Los remolques de Shower of Hope funcionan al menos una vez por semana en Highland Park, Lincoln Heights ... Koreatown ... MacArthur Park ... Aunque comenzó como un esfuerzo voluntario, la agencia sin fines de lucro comenzó a recibir fondos y se coordinó con la Oficina de Servicios para Personas sin Hogar de Los Ángeles y la oficina del Concejal de la Ciudad de Los Ángeles Gil Cedillo en el 2018”, tomado del artículo “Nueve días sin bañarse” que describe lo difícil que es quedarse sin hogar en Los Angeles y evitar el Coronavirus. Escrito por James Queally de Los Angeles Times el 29 de marzo de 2020.

Recordando a Ann Walnum

Ann Walnum

Foto: Arroyo Seco Neighborhood Council Facebook Post

Ann Walnum fue una guerrera incansable que dedicó su vida al servicio incondicional de la comunidad en Mt.Washington y NELA. Fue miembro activo y líder de organizaciones de servicio. La extrañaremos mucho y la recordaremos por siempre. Que descanse en paz. Boulevard Sentinel Obituary

Recordando a Soledad ‘Chole’ Alatorre, activista y organizadora latina

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Foto: Selene Rivera/Hoy

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Foto: A mural of Soledad “Chole” Alatorre in Highland Park (L.A. Taco)

Soledad "Chole" Alatorre, destacada y legendaria activista laboral chicana falleció la semana pasada. “Chole” fue reconocida como activista en el área metropolitana de Los Ángeles, por su trabajo en el Centro de Acción Social Autónomo (CASA) y por su lucha en defensa de los derechos civiles al lado de Bert Corona y Hermandad Mexicana Nacional. Descansa en paz. Nunca te olvidaremos.

"Soledad ‘Chole’ Alatorre, pioneering labor organizer and Latina activist, dies at 94", Por Gustavo Arellano, y Gustavo Arellano, Los Angeles Times, 30 de marzo, 2020.

Apoyo para el Restaurante Maracas

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Alguien etiquetó a Maracas Restaurant en Instagram diciendo que su propietario Miguel apoya a ICE porque agentes fueron a recoger comida. Miguel explicó que los agentes generalmente comen en otro lugar al lado de su establecimiento que ahora está cerrado y por eso decidieron acudir a su restaurante. Miguel y Maracas, como pequeña empresa, atraviesan tiempos difíciles durante la crisis de salud de COVID-19 y no pueden rechazar a ningún cliente. Apoya a su familia y a muchos empleados. Como inmigrante, Miguel y su familia han construido su negocio con mucho esfuerzo y desde luego que está favor de todos los inmigrantes y en contra de la separación familiar. Yo apoyo a Miguel a su familia, así como a sus empleados y a sus familias. #ISupportMaracas

Miguel Contreras Maracas

Foto: José Rodríguez

El Equipo Cedillo entrega cubre bocas de tela generosamente donadas por trabajadores de la costura que voluntariamente cambiaron su producción regular a la confección de mascarillas para negocios esenciales. Ya hicimos nuestra entrega al restaurante Miguel Contreras- Maracas en el Distrito 1, así podrá distribuir alimentos de manera más segura.

 

REPORTE POR AREA

Equipo Cedillo distribuyó otras 1,000 mascarillas esta semana

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Esta semana el Equipo Cedillo siguió entregando mascarillas de tela que fueron generosamente donadas por trabajadores de la costura que por cuenta propia cambiaron su producción regular a la confección de mascarillas para negocios esenciales. Se entregaron otras 1,000 cubre bocas para un total de 2,000 distribuidas en las últimas dos semanas. A continuación vea fotos de algunas empresas esenciales que recibieron estas útiles mascarillas.

Equipo Cedillo distribuye comida gratis a los mas necesitados

Bags for Food Sijey Apts Pico Union

Foto: Luis González

Se entregaron bolsas de comida en los Apartamentos Siejay en Pico Union.

El Equipo Cedillo continua coordinando la distribución gratuita de alimentos y otros productos esenciales. Vea fotos de los muchos beneficiados con estas donaciones durante estos tiempos difíciles. 

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Equipo Cedillo coordina ayuda para restaurantes y otras pequeñas empresas de Highland Park y NELA

Antigua Bread

Foto: Antigua Bread website

El Equipo Cedillo apoya con información sobre préstamos y otros recursos financieros a nuestros restaurantes, sector de la economía local que genera miles de empleos. La semana pasada, contactamos a más de 30 dueños de restaurantes con Barrio Planners, que coordina con nosotros la ayudar a pequeñas empresas. Ralph Carmona y Rubén Sánchez de Barrio Planners trabajan horas extras para ayudar al mayor número de negocios en su papeleo, encontrar préstamos y recursos para su empresa. Para más información, puede llamar al 323-550-1538 o escribir al Gilbert.Cedillo@lacity.org.

Equipo Cedillo entrega mascarillas a organizaciones en Lincoln Heights

Masks To Young Nak

Foto: José Rodríguez

Equipo Cedillo continua entregando mascarillas de tela que fueron generosamente donadas por trabajadores de la costura que voluntariamente cambiaron su producción regular a la confección de mascarillas para negocios esenciales. El martes, entregamos cubre bocas a Frank Son – Young Nak Church – en el Distrito 1, así podrán distribuir alimentos de manera más segura.

Masks Fiesta Educativa

Foto: José Rodríguez

Hoy entregamos mascarillas de tela a Fiesta Educativa, en el Distrito 1, así podrán distribuir alimentos de manera más segura.

Masks Our Lady Help of Christians

Foto: José Rodríguez

Hoy entregamos mascarillas de tela a Fr. Pedro – Our Lady Help of Christians Church – en el Distrito 1, así podrán distribuir alimentos de manera más segura.

Masks La Monarca Bakery

Foto: José Rodríguez

El martes entregamos mascarillas de tela a La Monarca Bakery, en el Distrito 1, así podrán distribuir alimentos de manera más segura.

Fr Tes Sacred Heart Masks

Photo Credit: Jose Rodriguez

On Tuesday, we made our delivery of masks to Fr. Tes - Sacred Heart Church in Council District 1 so that they can safely distribute food to our Constituents.

San Antono Winery Masks

Foto: José Rodríguez

El martes entregamos mascarillas de tela a San Antonio Winery, en el Distrito 1, así podrán distribuir alimentos de manera más segura.

Masks Wendy's Tortas

Foto: José Rodríguez

El martes entregamos mascarillas de tela en Wendy’s Tortas en Lincoln Heights, en el Distrito 1, así podrán distribuir alimentos de manera más segura.

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Foto: José Rodríguez

El jueves entregamos cubre bocas en Tres Lomas Senior Apartments en Lincoln Heights.

Equipo Cedillo entrega mascarillas a organizaciones en Glassell Park

Habit Cafe Masks

Foto: José Rodríguez

El martes entregamos mascarillas en Habitat Café, en el Distrito 1, así podrán distribuir alimentos de manera más segura.

Victory Outreach Masks

Foto: José Rodríguez

El martes entregamos mascarillas en Victory Outreach Church, en el Distrito 1, así podrán distribuir alimentos de manera más segura.

SELAH - Homeless Masks

Foto: José Rodríguez

El martes entregamos mascarillas a SELAH–Homeless Coalition, en el Distrito 1, así podrán distribuir alimentos de manera más segura.

Equipo Cedillo lleva comida a personas mayores muy necesitadas en Angelino Heights

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Foto: Ricardo Flores

Equipo Cedillo se asegura que personas mayores referidas por El Centro Del Pueblo en Angelino Heights y Temple Beaudry tengan comida en sus hogares.

Equipo Cedillo trae recursos a Chinatown, William Mead Homes y Cypress Park

Preparing Grab & Go Grand Plaza

Preparando bolsas de Grab & Go en Grand Plaza.

Grand PlazaSergio Montara of Continental Gourmet Market dotted the chicken, beef and spinach empanadas 4-3-2020

Sergio Mortara de Continental Gourmet Market envolviendo empanadas de pollo, carne y espinacas en Grand Plaza.

Keeping Social Distances While Delivering Food Grand Plaza 4-3-2020

Entregado alimentos en Grand Plaza con distanciamiento social.

Grand Plaza Senior Receiving Food 4-3-2020 #1

Grand Plaza Senior Receiving Food 4-3-2020 #2

Fotos: Steve Weingarten

Equipo Cedillo preparando la distribución de empanadas y cubre bocas a los adultos mayores en Grand Plaza en Chinatown. Nos aseguramos de que nuestros adultos mayores estén a salvo.

Cathay Manor Masks

Foto: Ricardo Flores

El martes entregamos mascarillas a Cathay Manor, en el Distrito 1, así podrán distribuir alimentos de manera más segura.

Chinatown BID Masks 4-2-2020

Foto: Ricardo Flores

El martes entregamos mascarillas a Chinatown BID, en el Distrito 1, así podrán distribuir alimentos de manera más segura.

Delivering Masks to The Metro 4-2-2020

Foto: Ricardo Flores

El martes entregamos mascarillas a The Metro en Chinatown, en el Distrito 1, así podrán distribuir alimentos de manera más segura.  

Hope Through Housing Foundation Masks 4-2-2020

Foto: Ricardo Flores

Ya entregamos mascarillas a Hope through Housing Foundation, en el Distrito 1, así podrán distribuir alimentos de manera más segura.

Masks Delvered to Homboy Industries 4-2-2020

Foto: Ricardo Flores

Equipo Cedillo continua entregando mascarillas de tela generosamente donadas por trabajadores de la costura que voluntariamente cambiaron su producción regular a la confección de mascarillas para negocios esenciales. Ya entregamos mascarillas a Homeboy Industries, en el Distrito 1.

Masks Delivered to Blossom Plaza

El Equipo Cedillo entregó mascarillas en Blossom Plaza, en el Distrito 1.

Masks Delivered to Chinese Benevolent 4-2-2020

Foto: Ricardo Flores

El Equipo Cedillo entregó mascarillas a The Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association en Chinatown, en el Distrito 1, así podrán distribuir alimentos de manera más segura.

Chinatown Service Center Receives Masks 4-2-2020

Foto: Ricardo Flores

Equipo Cedillo entregó a Chinatown Service Center Association mascarillas de tela que fueron generosamente donadas por trabajadores de la costura que voluntariamente cambiaron su producción regular a la confección de mascarillas para negocios y organizaciones esenciales.

Masks Delivered to Accion Comunitaria 4-2-2020

Foto: Ricardo Flores

El Equipo Cedillo entregó mascarillas a Acción Comunitaria, en el Distrito 1.

Masks Delivered ECDP Cypress Park

Foto Credit: Gandhy Diaz

El Equipo Cedillo entregó mascarillas a El Centro Del Pueblo en Cypress Park.

Masks William Mead Homes

Foto: Ricardo Flores

Equipo Cedillo entregó en William Mead Homes, mascarillas de tela que fueron generosamente donadas por trabajadores de la costura que voluntariamente cambiaron su producción regular a la confección de mascarillas para negocios y organizaciones esenciales.

 

Comunidades del Área Sur

Univision cubre la entrega de frutas y verduras coordinada por el Equipo Cedillo y CultivaLA en Westlake

Cultiva LA Univiision Photo 4-3-2020

Univision reporta sobre CultivaLA

El Equipo Cedillo en colaboración con CultivaLA distribuyó frutas y verduras a la comunidad.

Equipo Cedillo entrega mascarillas y comida en Westlake

Delivering Masks to PATH 4-2-2020

Foto: Steve Weingarten

El martes entregamos mascarillas a PATH, en el Distrito 1, así podrán distribuir alimentos de manera más segura.

Food To Park View Terrace 4-3-2020 #1 

Food To Park View Terrace 4-3-2020 #2

Food To Park View Terrace 4-3-2020 #3

Fresh Produce Bags for Park View Terrace 4-2-2020

Foto: Luis González

Equipo Cedillo entrega productos frescos a personas mayores en Park View Terrace Apartments en Westlake.

Delivering Masks to Grocery Outlet

Foto: Steve Weingarten

Equipo Cedillo entrega mascarillas en Grocery Outlet en Westlake.

ECDP Rampart Delivering Pizzas

Foto: Gandhy Díaz

El Equipo Cedillo continúa entregando ayudas a las organizaciones comunitarias en la campaña "Grab and Go" para asegurar que las familias tengan alimento y productos esenciales. ECDP-Rampart recibió bolsas del equipo Cedillo, incluyendo pizzas para distribuir a las familias necesitadas en el Distrito 1 #lagryd @ecdp_rampart.

ECDP Rampart Masks 4-2-2020

ECDP Rampart Pizzas Delivered 4-2-2020 #3

ECDP Rampart Pizzas Delivered 4-2-2020 #5

ECDP Rampart Pizzas Delivered 4-2-2020 #4

Foto: Gandhy Díaz

Más familias recibieron pizzas mientras el Equipo Cedillo continúa entregando productos para ayudar a las organizaciones comunitarias en la campaña "Grab and Go" para asegurar que las familias obtengan alimento y productos esenciales.

Madres Que Luchan 4-3-2020

Foto: Luis González

El Equipo Cedillo entregó mascarillas a Madres que Luchan en Westlake.

Getting Ready CultivaLA 4-2-2020 #1

Getting Ready CultivaLA 4-2-2020 #2

Foto: Luis González

Preparándonos para la campaña de distribución de alimentos “Grab and Go” en Westlake Community Garden con CultivaLA.

BAART Accepting Masks 4-3-2020

BAART Sign 4-3-2020

Foto: Dr. Kenneth Terrazas-Cross

El Equipo Cedillo entregó mascarillas a BAART Programs – Beverly.

Organizaciones y negocios de Temple-Beaudry recibieron comida y mascarillas del Equipo Cedillo

La Fruteria Receiving Masks 4-2-2020

El Equipo Cedillo entregó mascarillas a La Frutería en Temple-Beaudry, en el Distrito 1, así podrán distribuir alimentos de manera más segura.

Pico-Union recibe recursos del Equipo Cedillo y de varias organizaciones comunitarias

VOA Masks 4-2-2020

Foto: Luis González

El martes entregamos mascarillas a Volunteers of America, en el Distrito 1, así podrán distribuir alimentos de manera más segura.

Pico Union Project Grab & Go 4-2-2020

Pico Union Grab & Go Photo 2 4-2020

Foto: Luis González

El martes, el Equipo Cedillo distribuyó 300 bolsas de productos frescos en la campaña “Grab and Go” en Pico-Union Project.

Salvation Army Grab and GoFoto: Steve Weingarten

Equipo Cedillo continúa entregando productos para ayudar en la campaña "Grab and Go". Red Shield Salvation Army recibió bolsas adicionales para ayudar con su distribución semanal.

Masks to Magnolia Ave Neighbors

Foto: Gandhy Díaz

El Equipo Cedillo entregó mascarillas a vecinos de avenida Magnolia.

Masks Magnolia Walton NC 4-2-2020

Foto: Luis González

El Equipo Cedillo entregó mascarillas a Catalina Walton Neighborhood Association.

VOA Masks 3-31-2020

Foto: Luis González

El Equipo Cedillo continúa entregando suministros en apoyo a organizaciones comunitarias para asegurar que las familias tengan alimentos y productos esenciales: VOA-GRYD Rampart 2 Intervention en Pico Union.

Delivered Produce to Siejay Apartments in Pico Union 4-3-2020 #1

Delivered Produce to Siejay Apartments in Pico Union 4-3-2020 #2

FDelivered Produce to Siejay Apartments in Pico Union 4-3-2020 #3

Foto: Luis Gonzalez

Equipo Cedillo entrega productos frescos a personas mayores en Siejay Apartments en Pico Union.

Red Shield Grab & Go 4-3-2020

Foto: Gandhy Díaz

“Grab N Go” diseñado para personas mayores cada viernes de 7am a 11am en Red Shield Salvation Army de Pico Union. El Equipo Cedillo apoya a nuestras organizaciones comunitarias que trabajan arduamente para garantizar que nuestras familias no tengan sus mesas vacías.

 

RECURSOS BASICOS

COMIDA

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Horario especial de tiendas de abarrotes para personas mayores y otras vulnerables

Grocery Stores

Boys and Girs Club Food Giveaway

Everytable Free Food 2

Everytable Free Food 2

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Highland Park Farmers Market

LAUSD'S Grab and Go

 

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El Distrito Escolar ha abierto los Centros de Alimentos Grab & Go, ofreciendo 60 sitios en donde las familias pueden recoger alimentos para sus hijos. Los centros están abiertos de lunes a viernes de 7 am a 10 am, y cada niño puede llevar a casa dos comidas nutritivas. Encuentre las ubicaciones en achieve.lausd.net/resources y mapas en https://www.google.com/maps/d/u/0/viewer…

Grab and Go dentro y cerca del Distrito 1

Berendo Middle School
1157 S. Berendo St., Los Angeles 90006

Liechty Middle School
650 S. Union Ave., Los Angeles 90017

Sotomayor Arts/Sciences Magnet
2050 N. San Fernando Road, Los Angeles 90065

Lincoln Senior High School
3501 N. Broadway, Los Angeles 90031

Dr. Julian Nava Learning Academy
1420 E. Adams Blvd., Los Angeles 90011

Adjacent to CD 1:

Burbank Middle School
6460 N. Figueroa St., Los Angeles 90042

LAUSD Coronavirus Hotlines

For families: (213) 443-1300
For employees: (213) 241-2700

The hotline is open 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday.
Please feel free to call with any questions about the COVID-19 virus.

Mapas para encontrar alimentos

El contralor de Los Angeles Ron Galperin lanzo en línea el mapa “Food Access in LA” con útiles detalles para encontrar comida para comprar o gratuita en https://lacontroller.org/data-stories-a…/food-access-in-l-a/ que contiene mapas de tiendas de abarrotes, centros Grab and Go del Distrito Escolar y Mercados sobre ruedas a través de la Ciudad con el fin de ayudar a las personas a encontrar comida y otros productos básicos que los mantenga saludables durante esta pandemia.

WIC Food Flyer

YMCA Fresh STart Locations

ELA Dept of Aging Food

 

Restaurantes que ofrecen Pick Up o Entrega

 

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Lincoln Heights

 

Maracas Café and Catering

maracascafeandcatering.com

3300 N Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90031

(323) 225-0506

 

Highland Park

 

La Fuente Address: 5707 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042
Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 8:30PM · See more hours

 

Chico's Restaurant, 100 N Avenue 50, Highland Park, CA 90042

Chico's http://www.chicosmenu.com/      

(323) 254-2445

 

Cookbook

5611 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042 (323) 507-2051

Cookbook http://www.cookbookla.com/

 

Civil Coffee

5629 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042

Civil Coffee https://civilcoffee.com/

 

Triple Beam Pizza

5918 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042

Triple Beam https://www.triplebeampizza.com/    

(323) 545-3534

 

Baja Cali Fish and Tacos

5831 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles CA 90042
IG: bajacalifishandtacos

Baja Cali https://www.bajacalifishandtacos.com/highland-park-figueroa…

(323) 507-2588

 

El Pescador

5230 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042

El Pescador https://www.facebook.com/elpescadorhighlandpark

(323) 255-8164

 

Home State

5611 N Figueroa St Unit 1 Los Angeles CA 90042

HomeState https://www.myhomestate.com/highland-park-los-angeles/

IG: homestate

(323) 204-9397

 

Delicias Bakery

5567 N Figueroa St, Highland Park, CA 90042

Delicias http://www.deliciasbakeryandsome.com/about-us.html

(323) 259-9306

 

Kitchen Mouse

5904 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042

Kitchen Mouse https://www.kitchenmousela.com/

(323) 259-9555

 

Kindness and Mischief

5537 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042

Kindness and Mischief www.kandmcoffee.com

 

Folliero’s Italian Food

5566 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042

folliero's https://foursquare.com/v/follieros-italian-food-and-…/…/menu

(323) 254-0505

 

Antigua Bread

5703 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042

antigua bread https://www.antiguabread.com/

(323) 259-9345

 

Las Cazuelas

5707 N. Figueroa St., Los Angeles, CA 90042

Las Cazuelas

(323) 255-4719

Highland Park Florist

5731 N. Figueroa St.,

Los Angeles, CA, 90042
(323) 257-5552

 

Mr. Holmes Bakehouse

Bread starting kits

111 S Av 59, Los Angeles, CA 90042

(323) 739-0473

 

Bionicos La Palapa
5560 N. Figueroa St., Los Angeles, CA 90042
(323) 255-2311

 

Hippo

5916 1/2 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042 · ~4 mi

(323) 545-3536

 

Pico Union/Westlake

 

Taco Bravo

1400 W. Pico Blvd

213/749-0853

https://goo.gl/maps/jEG2gF7Bgh87oRXU9

 

Zamora Brothers

1559 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90015

213/385-5553

https://goo.gl/maps/6cBUCdxByuopWrjC9

 

Lucy's Drive Thru

1568 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90015

(213) 384-0721

https://goo.gl/maps/cp8d7Bh3QirMuLb29

 

Pizza Hut

1562 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90015

(213) 388-6111

https://goo.gl/maps/x7ASUSsFaLvVrPrz6

 

Flavors of Thai

1275 S Union Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90015

(213) 263-2535

https://goo.gl/maps/awkWj1XSbEuHMzCKA

 

La Adelita

1287 S Union Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90015

(213) 487-0176

https://goo.gl/maps/Vq7Gq4HQ6232DAHV6

 

Huicho's Bakery

1250 Vermont Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(213) 385-3957

https://goo.gl/maps/bshWjFbT6zu7HT85A

 

La 27 Restaurante Nicuraguense

1830 W Pico Blvd # C, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(213) 387-2467

https://goo.gl/maps/a9wxJNkvv8wr1GKv7

 

Papa Cristo's

2771 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(323) 737-2970

https://g.page/papa-cristos?share

 

King Taco #10

2020 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(213) 384-8115

https://goo.gl/maps/bRJeuijUTrnRWKnz8

 

Margarita's Mexican Food

2101 W Pico Blvd # A5, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(213) 738-5205

https://g.page/margaritas-mexican-food?share

 

Jack in the Box

2120 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(213) 252-8209

https://goo.gl/maps/hdz7AMCD9RdcciMF8

 

Happy Taco

1309 Hoover St, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(213) 352-9313

https://goo.gl/maps/4YWpaKtNyi7FFnbM6

 

Pollos El Brasero

2281 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(213) 381-6060

https://goo.gl/maps/ZHfG78aTYUKMSLjb6

 

Dino's Chicken & Burgers

2575 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(213) 380-3554

https://goo.gl/maps/wUZPUu11PbKWJGyaA

 

La Pupusa Urban Eatery
1051 W Washington Blvd Unit G
Instagram: @LAPUPUSADTLA

213-749-4573

 

El Charro Restaurant
1621 W 6th St, Los Angeles, CA 90017

(213) 292-0668

https://www.charromexicanfood.com/

 

Sabor Columbiano

213-388-0150

323-327- 5752

847 S Union Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90017

 

Papa Cristos

papacristos.com

2771 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(323) 737-2970

 

Echo Park and Tempe Beaudry

 

Button Mash
1391 West Sunset Blvd
www.buttonmashla.com
Only Carryout is being offered

 

Adamae.la
1538 Sunset Blvd
213-266-8001
Carry Out

 

Petra Burgers on Sunset
1524 W. Sunset Blvd
213-250-0301
Carry Out and Delivery

 

Tsuabki
1356 Allison
213-900-4900
tsuabki.com
Carry out Delivery

 

Guisados
1261 West Sunset Blvd
www.guisados.com
Carryout

 

Eighfold Coffee
1294 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026
213-947-3500
Carryout Only

 

The Parks Finest
1267 West Temple Street
213-481-2800
Carry Out and Delivery

 

K Bakery
1258 West Temple Street
213-481-7511
Carryout only

 

Eastside Market
1013 Alpine Street
213-250-2464
Carryout and Delivery

 

Chinatown

 

ABC Food Restaurant

205 Ord Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-680-2887

        

Blossom Vietnamese Restaurants

415 Gin Ling Way

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-626-8345

 

CBS Seafood

700 N. Spring Streets

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-617-2323

 

Chinese Friends Restaurant

984 North Broadway Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-972-9089

 

East Garden Restaurant

750 North Hill Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-935-8300

 

E-Sea Fresh Restaurant

1100 N. Main Street, #E

Los Angeles, CA 9012

323-276-5835

 

Foo-Chow Restaurant

949 North Hill Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-485-1294

 

Fortune Gourmet Kitchen

727 N. Broadway Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-628-8188

 

Full House Seafood

963 North Hill Street

Los Angeles CA, 90012

213-617-8382

 

Full Moon House

960 North Hill Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

(213) 537-0792

 

Gigo’s Café & Deli

853 North Broadway Street

213-229-8889

 

Golden Dragon Restaurant

960 North Broadway Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-626-2039

 

Highland Park Brewery

1220 N. Spring Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-878-9017

 

Homegirl Cafe

130 Bruno Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-617-0380


Hong Kong BBQ Restaurant

803 N. Broadway Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-687-7238

 

Hop Li Seafood Restaurant

526 Alpine Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-680-3939

 

Hop Woo BBQ & Seafood Restaurants

845 N. Broadway Street

213-617-3038

 

Intiraymi Restaurants

633 N. Spring Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-617-0573

 

Jade Wok

625 W. College Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-628-8288

 

Kim Chuy Restaurants

727 N. Broadway # 103

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-687-7215


LASA

717 N. Broadway Street

Los Angeles CA 90012, # 120

213-443-6163

 

PHO 87

1019 N. Broadway Street

323-227-0758

 

The Little Jewel of New Orleans

207 Ord Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-680-0461

 

Lao Tao Taiwanese Street Food

727 N. Broadway Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-372-5318

 

Mayflower Seafood Restaurant

679 N. Spring Street

213-628-0116

 

Nick’s Café

1300 N. Spring Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

323-222-1450

 

Placita Café

711 N. Main Street, #105

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-620-0774

Plum Tree Inn
913 N. Broadway Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
213-613-1819

 

Phoenix Bakery Inc
969 N. Broadway Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
213-628-4642

 

Phoenix Inn Chinese Cuisine
301 Ord Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
213-629-2812

 

Spring Street Smokehouse BBQ
620 N. Spring Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
213-626-0535

 

Qui West Noodle Soup
727 N. Broadway Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
213-687-1063


Quiwestnoodle.com

Won Kok Restaurant
210 Alpine Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
213-613-0700

 

For more restaurant recommendations please email Conrado TerrazasCross

REFUGIO

Mensaje de LADWP sobre el servicio de energía y agua durante la pandemia de coronavirus / COVID-19c

Para ayudar a los usuarios a superar cualquier dificultad económica que pueda resultar del Coronavirus / COVID-19, el DWP ofrece planes para extensión de pagos. El usuario afectado puede solicitar un plan de pago en línea en LADWP www.ladwp.com o hacer arreglos llamando al 1-800-DIAL-DWP (1-800-342-5397). Por el momento, el DWP suspenderá las desconexiones por falta de pago durante el resto de marzo.

 

REFUGIO

Moratoria de Desalojo

HCIDLA Eviction Moratorium Flyer Spanish

HCIDLA Weekend Hours Spanish

Atención inquilinos y propietarios: En la ciudad de Los Ángeles está vigente una moratoria temporal que evita los desalojos por falta de pago para personas que no pueden pagar la renta debido a circunstancias relacionadas con el COVID-19. Para más información visite la pagina web.

Línea directa para inquilinos y propietarios

Atención: inquilinos y propietarios de la ciudad de Los Ángeles, durante la moratoria de desalojo #Coronavirus, muchos inquilinos y propietarios tendrán preguntas. Los operadores de la línea directa de HCIDLA estarán disponibles para ayudarles.

LÍNEA DIRECTA: 1-866-557-7368

Horarios:

Lunes a viernes, 8:30 am 4:30 pm; y Sábado y Domingo 10 am 3 pm

Más información: hcidla.lacity.org/covid-19-eviction-moratorium

SALUD Y SEGUROS MÉDICOS

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Testing Poster for the Uninsured

FAQ Uninsured Immigrant Healthcare

Clínicas Comunitarias

Clínicas comunitarias: la persona que no se sienta bien de salud puede acudir a cualquier clínica comunitaria, independientemente si tiene o no tiene seguro médico. Todas las clínicas comunitarias están evaluando a las personas afuera de sus instalaciones para evitar algún riesgo de contagio comunitario. Las personas indocumentadas pueden inscribirse en My Health LA, que sirve como una protección para personas indocumentadas y sin seguro médico. Encuentre una de estas clínicas aqui. http://dhs.lacounty.gov/wps/portal/dhs/mhla

Si usted siente síntomas, especialmente si no puede respirar, debe llamar al 911.

Clínicas Comunitarias en or Cerca de CD 1

Community Clnics in CD 1 Page 1B

Community Clnics in CD 1 Page 2B

 

Mental Health Services For Kids Spanish

LAUSD Mental Health Services Spanish

LA County Health Crisis Line

EMPLEOS

Portal de empleo del alcalde

El alcalde Garcetti anunció su nuevo portal de empleos un enlace único para los angelinos que están sin trabajo como resultado de la crisis de COVID-19. Este sitio será actualizado con los recursos y enlistados más relevantes.

Recursos de EWDD de la Ciudad de Los Ángeles, durante el brote de COVID-19

Cómo solicitar un seguro de desempleo

NEGOCIOS

El Departamento de Desarrollo Económico y Fuerza Laboral destina $11 millones a micropréstamos sin intereses de $5,000 a $20,000

El alcalde Eric Garcetti anunció un paquete de ayuda económica de $11 millones para pequeñas empresas afectadas por el nuevo coronavirus (COVID-19).

El Departamento de Desarrollo Económico y Fuerza Laboral proporcionará $11 millones en micro préstamos sin intereses de $5,000 a $20,000, que pueden utilizarse para cubrir el capital laboral. Dado que el flujo de efectivo es crítico en este momento sin precedentes, el programa tendrá requisitos básicos sin pedir un mínimo de puntaje de crédito, condiciones de pago generosas y una relación de pago del préstamo del 100%. La tasa de interés será del 0% por un período de seis meses a un año, o del 3% al 5% por un período de hasta cinco años.

El programa de microcréditos viene acompañado con el manual Small Business Resilience Toolkit (un kit de herramientas de supervivencia para pequeñas empresas), que se distribuye digitalmente e incluye información vital sobre políticas y programas de emergencia federales, estatales, del condado y de la ciudad que afectan a las pequeñas empresas. También ofrece estrategias para enfrentar los efectos del COVID-19 en las empresas, incluidas las normas para mantener a los empleados seguros, continuar con las operaciones a la máxima capacidad posible, así como planes de recuperación y continuidad comercial.

Para solicitar un microcrédito o ver el kit de herramientas, aquí

Business Tool Kig

 

El Departamento de Desarrollo Económico y Fuerza Laboral destina $11 millones a micropréstamos sin intereses de $5,000 a $20,000

El alcalde Eric Garcetti anunció un paquete de ayuda económica de $11 millones para pequeñas empresas afectadas por el nuevo coronavirus (COVID-19).

El Departamento de Desarrollo Económico y Fuerza Laboral proporcionará $11 millones en micro préstamos sin intereses de $5,000 a $20,000, que pueden utilizarse para cubrir el capital laboral. Dado que el flujo de efectivo es crítico en este momento sin precedentes, el programa tendrá requisitos básicos sin pedir un mínimo de puntaje de crédito, condiciones de pago generosas y una relación de pago del préstamo del 100%. La tasa de interés será del 0% por un período de seis meses a un año, o del 3% al 5% por un período de hasta cinco años.

El programa de microcréditos viene acompañado con el manual Small Business Resilience Toolkit (un kit de herramientas de supervivencia para pequeñas empresas), que se distribuye digitalmente e incluye información vital sobre políticas y programas de emergencia federales, estatales, del condado y de la ciudad que afectan a las pequeñas empresas. También ofrece estrategias para enfrentar los efectos del COVID-19 en las empresas, incluidas las normas para mantener a los empleados seguros, continuar con las operaciones a la máxima capacidad posible, así como planes de recuperación y continuidad comercial.

Para solicitar un microcrédito o ver el kit de herramientas,aqu.

TRANSPORTACIÓN

LADOT Spanish

DMV Covid-19 Closure

Alcalde Garcetti disminuye restricciones del DMV a solicitud del Concejal Cedillo

El Concejal Cedillo solicitó al alcalde Garcetti disminuir las restricciones del DMV, que son importantes durante tiempos normales, pero en este periodo de crisis podrían ser un obstáculo innecesario para los conductores. Por fortuna, el alcalde accedió a omitir infracciones por registro de vehículo y licencia de conducir vencidos. Acatando la orden de Más Seguro en Casa del 19 de marzo de 2020, es posible que algunos residentes de Los Ángeles no puedan acudir a una oficina del DMV para renovar su licencia de conducir, su identificación o registro de vehículo. Si es así, entonces no deben ser penalizados por el incumplimiento de estas disposiciones.

El alcalde ordenó a LADOT que sus oficiales se abstengan de multar o remolcar cualquier vehículo con el registro vencido durante este período de emergencia. No obstante, los dueños de autos, serán responsables de obedecer otras restricciones de conformidad con las leyes locales, estatales y de emergencia.

El alcalde también ordenó al jefe de policía que durante este período de emergencia sus oficiales se abstengan de multar a los conductores por licencias de conducir o registros de vehículos vencidos que hayan expirado en los últimos seis meses. Se espera que los conductores de la Ciudad de Los Ángeles obedezcan todas las demás leyes; nada en este memorando sugiere que el Departamento de Policía pasará por alto todas las otras infracciones de tránsito, de conformidad con las leyes locales, estatales y de emergencia.

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COMUNICACIÓN

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CUMPLIENDO CON LA LEY

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La órden de emergencia "Más seguro en Casa" se aplicará estrictamente

La orden de emergencia "Más Seguro en Casa" se hará cumplir estrictamente: el alcalde Garcetti y el fiscal de la ciudad Mike Feuer aseguraron que la orden de se aplicará enérgicamente. "Más Segura en Casa" requiere que los angelinos se mantengan en sus residencias durante la emergencia de la pandemia del COVID-19. Complete un formulario de queja aquí:Escritorio del asistente del alcalde (para denunciar violaciones de Safer at Home): 213-978-1028 o mayor.helpdesk@lacity.org

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Friends,

We are now in our second week of the Safer At Home policy. On Wednesday, Mayor Garcetti announced that all Angelenos should wear a cloth mask or face covering when out in public. When you go out to buy groceries or take a solo walk in the park, please make sure that you cover your nose and mouth in some way before you leave the house, for your sake as well as others. Otherwise, continue to stay at home with your loved ones and do not travel unnecessarily or meet others in groups. Please review the guidelines included with this week's newsletter to stay up-to-date on the health and safety guidelines.

This week, I have included more stories of our First District neighbors helping one another. Your assistance is critical in times like these to ensure all of our CD 1 residents are safe and secure. The most any one person can do is to stay home, stay healthy, and stay safe while the Safer At Home policy is in effect. I wish you and yours the best, and I will check in with you next week.

Sincerely,

Gil Cedillo Councilmember, First District

Facebook: @CMGilbertCedillo

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Twitter: @CMGilbertCedillo

Website: www.GilCedillo.com

 


Week of March 28-April 3, 2020

LEGISLATIVE UPDATE

Los Angeles Covid-19 Ordinance Leads the State in Tenant Protection 

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Last week, Council passed comprehensive tenant protections ensuring those impacted by COVID-19 are not evicted and sent to the streets.  It solidifies the City's position as undisputed leader in tenant rights throughout the state 

ONLY Oakland froze all evictions regardless of cause -- no one else in California.  Most cities like San Francisco, Berkeley, Santa Monica and West Hollywood, require the tenant to give notice to the landlord AND provide documentation of the pandemic-related reason for not paying. Berkeley has a provision allowing a waiver of the moratorium to landlords who can show hardship.

As for repayment of back rent, no city (not even Oakland) has allowed as long as a year, like Los Angeles.  Many cities don't mention extended repayment.  San Francisco requires repayment at the end of the emergency declaration, unless the tenant continues to renew the documentation of need every month (capped at six months).  West Hollywood allows six months.  Sacramento allows 120 days.  Long Beach allows repayment plans to extend until November (six months), but the full amount becomes immediately payable if any payment is missed after the emergency period.

CALIFORNIA CITIES (representative sample only)

Oakland:

Moratorium on all evictions for two months, except when tenant is threat to safety

No late fees if nonpayment due to illness or substantial loss of income

Rent increases capped at 3.5%

Berkeley:

Moratorium on evictions due to substantial loss of income due to pandemic; notice and documentation required

Landlord may seek waiver upon a showing of hardship

No apparent provision providing for the extended payment plan

Long Beach:

Tenant must give notice and must document loss of income etc

Tenant has until November to repay back rent, but entire amount becomes immediately payable if any payment after May 31 is missed.

Sacramento:

Tenant must give the landlord notice

Substantial loss of income must be documented and renewed each month

120 days to pay back rent

San Francisco:

Tenant must give landlord notice, and substantial loss of income must be documented each month

Tenant must pay the back rent owed within one month of end of emergency, unless extended by showing continuing loss of income etc.; but, maximum period of extension is 6 months

Santa Monica:

Tenant must give notice and documentation of reasons

Unclear whether extended payment plan allowed at all

No Ellis or “no-fault” evictions

West Hollywood:

Tenant must give notice and must show documentation

Repayment within six months

OUTSIDE CALIFORNIA:

Seattle:

Moratorium on all evictions during emergency, except for tenant conduct endangering safety

Back rent becomes due, and subjects tenant to eviction, at end of emergency (no payment plan)

Portland:

All evictions banned except for public safety during emergency

Extended payment of back rent for six months after, but only if non-payment was due to financial hardship

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CORONAVIRUS UPDATE

Use Face Masks Whenever You Go Outside

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Wear Non-Surgical Masks in Public

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Los Angeles has issued new guidance to L.A. residents on the importance of wearing face coverings in public. The California Department of Public Health has also issued public guidance on the use of face coverings

Early data suggests that many who are infected with COVID-19 are not symptomatic, which is why we recommend all members of the public wear cloth face coverings when leaving the house for essential activities. However, a face covering is not a substitute for other critical measures to slow the spread of COVID-19 — most importantly, staying home as much as possible, washing hands frequently, and practicing safe physical distancing in all settings.

There are two types of people when it comes to facial coverings:

1) Frontline healthcare workers – the City is working with FEMA to secure the top of the line equipment (N95 masks, face shields, gowns).

2) The rest of us. We need to protect the grocery, food service and other workers when we interact with them. When we go out and interact with others, we should wear homemade face coverings.
Don’t use medical-grade N95 masks; they must be reserved for medical personnel and first responders.

Also visit the Mayor's Constituents Resources Page

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Testing has expanded to those living in Los Angeles County who are in the most high-risk categories and most vulnerable.

Individuals eligible for testing at this time include:

  • Those with symptoms who are 65 and older
  • Those with symptoms who have underlying chronic health conditions
  • Those who are subject to a mandatory 14 day quarantine period due to a confirmed COVID-19 exposure (with more than 7 days of quarantine remaining)

For more questions about testing, please visit our FAQ for answers to frequently asked

Find out if you are elligible for for the City’s Free Test Here

Is Your Rent Due? 

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If you’re unable to pay your rent due to COVID-19 you can’t be evicted in the City of Los Angeles. On March 23rd (revised March 24th), Mayor Garcetti issued an order indicating, “…that no landlord shall evict a residential or commercial tenant in the City of Los Angeles during this local emergency period if the tenant is able to show an inability to pay rent due to circumstances related to the COVID-19 pandemic”

Mayor Garcetti issued a second order on March 30th suspending Rent Stabilization Ordinance (RSO) rent increases. The order indicates that “…The COVID-19 virus pandemic demands urgent action to dampen its dramatic effects on our economy, workforce and housing stability…Property owners shall not increase rents on occupied rental units subject to the Los Angeles Rent Stabilization Ordinance beginning on the date of this Order through sixty days after the expiration of the local emergency period.

Mayor Garcetti also signed an ordinance that was passed by the City Council on Friday giving eligible residential tenants 12 months following the expiration of the local emergency period to repay any missed rent. Commercial tenants still have three months to pay back their rent.

For information on the eviction moratorium go to HCIDLA - Los Angeles Housing + Community Investment Department website or call 1-866-557-7368

Expansion of Recreation Centers as 20 Converted to Homeless Shelters to Combat Spread of COVID-19

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Discussion continued on our need for additional recreation centers and the City and County continue Federal court appearances and discussing with the judge on our efforts to move homeless indoors. 

In CD 1, in addition to the Echo Park Community Center, 303 Patton St., Los Angeles, CA 90026 other COVID-19 Shelters that have opened in Council District 1 are at Alpine Recreation Center 817 Yale St, Los Angeles, CA 90012 and Downey Recreation Center 1772 N Spring St, Los Angeles, CA 90031.

We have been advised it is safer for homeless people to live indoors in a place where they have bathrooms and showers, and where shelter operators watch to see if they exhibit symptoms of the virus and need medical attention, than it is to have them wandering outside, unable to wash their hands.

The LA Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA) continues creating by-name-lists of unsheltered individuals who are over the age of 55, have an acute underlying health condition, or are otherwise highly vulnerable. These individuals are being prioritized for placement into new shelter beds. LAHSA outreach teams know who falls into these priority categories and will also receive recommendations from nonprofit homeless agencies, LAPD, LAFD, and other agencies who on a regular basis interact with the homeless community. 

Councilmembers Request Governor to Consider Three Action Items on behalf of the Undocumented

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Councilmember Gil Cedillo, Councilwoman Nury Martinez and Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez sent a letter to Governor Newsom asking him to consider the three action items proposed by the California Latino Legislative Caucus to related to the COVID-19 Crisis that would protect the state's two million undocumented residents: emergency relief funding, tax credits and comprehensive health Care.

Letter to Governor Newsom Page 1 and Page 2.

Governor Newsom Announces New Help for Small Businesses & Workers Displaced by COVID-19

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Governor Gavin Newsom unveiled a series of new resources to aid small businesses and help California workers who have lost work due to COVID-19.

Beginning tomorrow, California small businesses impacted by the COVID-19 crisis can apply for a loan from the federal government for up to $10 million. Importantly, the program is first-come, first-serve and the Governor encourages all eligible California small businesses to contact their lender to learn more.

Today, the Governor also announced that the state is allocating $50 million to the California Infrastructure and Economic Development Bank for loan guarantees to small businesses to help eliminate barriers to capital for individuals who do not qualify for federal funds, including low wealth and undocumented immigrant communities. The state is also allowing small businesses to defer payment of sales and use taxes of up to $50,000, for up to 12 months. Click here for more information. Read the Governor’s full press release

Also visit the Economic and Workforce Development Department for the City’s Micro Loan Program.

Economic Impact Payments

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The Treasury Department and the Internal Revenue Service distribution of economic impact payments will begin in the next three weeks and will be distributed automatically, with no action required for most people. However, some taxpayers who typically do not file returns will need to submit a simple tax return to receive the economic impact payment. Economic impact payments: What you need to know

Ways and means committee covid-19 resources 

Stimulus check calculator: How much might you receive?

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For more details on how much you might receive for your stimulus check view this ABC News story. Calculate what you may receive.

Congress Passes Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act

On March 27, 2020, Congress passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act, which includes a number of financial resources to benefit business owners and independent contractors dealing with financial damage from the COVID-19 pandemic. The CARES Act, along with prior state and federal stimulus programs, provides several relief programs:

Restaurant Temporary Food Pick-up Parking Zones

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Restaurant Temporary Food Pick-Up Parking Zones

We are rolling out temporary food pick-up parking zones in an effort to help restaurants meet increased takeout and delivery demand. Restaurants can apply for these zones, free-of-charge here. #flattenthecurve #saferathome

Shower of Hope Expands Mobile Shower and Laundry Service from 5 to 7 days.

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Team Cedillo has increased its funding of Shower or Hope mobile shower program from 5 to 7 days and our mobile laundry program from 2 to 5 locations to help increase hygiene services across Council District 1. “Shower of Hope’s trailers operate at least once per week in Highland Park, Lincoln Heights…Koreatown…MacArthur Park…Although it started as a volunteer effort, the nonprofit group began receiving funding and partnering with the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority and the office of L.A. City Councilman Gil Cedillo in 2018. “ excerpt from ‘She hadn’t showered in nine days.’ L.A. makes it hard to be homeless, avoid coronavirus Los Angeles Times By James Queally Staff Writer, March 29, 2020

Remembering Ann Walnum

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Ann Walnum was a Mt. Washington stalwart, who dedicated to service for her community, both in Mt. Washington and greater Northeast LA. She gave of herself tirelessly as a member of many service organizations and we are all going to miss her tremendously. May she Rest In Peace. Boulevard Sentinel Obituary

Remembering Soledad ‘Chole’ Alatorre, labor organizer and Latina Activist

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Photo Credit: A mural of Soledad “Chole” Alatorre in Highland Park (L.A. Taco)

Long time Chicana labor activist Soledad "Chole" Alatorre unfortunately passed away last week. Chole was active in the Greater Los Angeles Area, and is known for her work with the Centro de Acción Social Autónomo (CASA) and for her advocacy of civil rights including with Bert Corona and Hermandad Mexicana Nacional. May she rest in peace.

"Soledad ‘Chole’ Alatorre, pioneering labor organizer and Latina activist, dies at 94", By Gustavo Arellano, y Gustavo Arellano Staff Writer, Los Angeles Times, March 30, 2020.

Support Maracas Restaurant

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Someone tagged Maracas Restaurant Instagram saying the owner Miguel supports ICE because they showed up to pick up food. Miguel said in speaking to the agents they usually eat at another spot that’s closed so they tried him. Miguel and Maracas as a small business, are going through very tough times during the COVID-19 health crisis and can’t turn people away. He supports his family and many employees. As an immigrant Miguel and his family have built the restaurant of course supports immigrants and opposes separating families. I stand with Miguel, his family, employees and their families. It’s unfortunate at this time folks are still dragging folks down. #ISupportMaracas

Miguel Contreras Maracas

Photo Credit: Jose Rodriguez

Team Cedillo has been delivering garment masks that were generously donated by the garment workers who voluntarily shifted their production to masks for essential businesses. Today we made our delivery to Miguel Contreras- Maracas Restaurant in Council District 1 so that they can safely distribute food to our Constituents.

FIELD UPDATE

Team Cedillo Distributes Another 1,000 Masks This Week

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Team Cedillo has been busy this week continuing to deliver garment masks that were generously donated by the garment workers who voluntarily shifted their production to masks for essential businesses. We delivered an additional 1,000 masks this week for a total of 2,000 over the last two weeks. Below are photos of some essential businesses receiving these much needed masks.

Team Cedillo Provides Free Food for our Constituents

Bags for Food Sijey Apts Pico Union

Photo Credit: Luis Gonzalez

Bags of Food Team Cedillo delivered to Siejay Apartments in Pico Union

Team Cedillo continued to work with community partners to distributed even more much needed food and other resources through giveaways and other creative ways. Below are photos of the many constituents that were brought much needed nourishment during these tough times.

 

Northern Area Communities

Team Cedillo Partnership with Restaurants and Other Small Businesses in Highland Park and Other Northeast Communities

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Team Cedillo is helping our restaurants, which are one of our biggest employers with education about grants, loans and other assistance. Just this last week we put over 30 restaurants in touch with Barrio Planners, who work with us to help these small businesses. Ralph Camona, and Ruben Sanchez at Barrio Planners have been working overtime to help as many businesses as they can to help them complete paperwork, find grants, loans and more. Please call 323-550-1538 or Gilbert.Cedillo@lacity.org.

Team Cedillo delivers Masks to Organizations in Lincoln Heights

Masks To Young Nak

Photo Credit: Jose Rodriguez

Team Cedillo has been delivering garment masks that were generously donated by the garment workers who voluntarily shifted their production to masks for essential businesses. On Tuesday, we made our delivery to Frank Son- Young Nak Church in Council District 1 so that they can safely distribute food to our Constituents.

Masks Fiesta Educativa

Photo Credit: Jose Rodriguez

Today we made our delivery to Fiesta Educativa of masks in Council District 1 so that they can safely distribute food to our Constituents.

Masks Our Lady Help of Christians

Photo Credit: Jose Rodriguez

Today we made our delivery of masks to Fr. Pedro- Our Lady Help of Christians Church in Council District 1 so that they can safely distribute food to our Constituents.

Masks La Monarca Bakery

Photo Credit: Jose Rodriguez

On Tuesday, we made our delivery of masks to La Monarca Bakery in Council District 1 so that they can safely distribute food to our Constituents.

Fr Tes Sacred Heart Masks

Photo Credit: Jose Rodriguez

On Tuesday, we made our delivery of masks to Fr. Tes - Sacred Heart Church in Council District 1 so that they can safely distribute food to our Constituents.

San Antono Winery Masks

Photo Credit: Jose Rodriguez

On Tuesday, we made our delivery to St Antonio Winery in Council District 1 so that they can safely distribute food to our Constituents.

Masks Wendy's Tortas

Photo Credit: Jose Rodriguez

On Tuesday, we made our delivery to Wendy’s Tortas in Lincoln Heights in Council District 1 so that they can safely distribute food to our Constituents.

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Tres Lomas Masks 2

Photo Credit: Jose Rodriguez

Yesterday delivered masks today at Tres Lomas Senior Apartments in Lincoln Heights.

Team Cedillo delivers Masks to Organizations in Glassell Park

Habit Cafe Masks

Photo Credit: Jose Rodriguez

On Tuesday, we made our delivery of masks to Habitat Cafe in Council District 1 so that they can safely distribute food to our Constituents.

Victory Outreach Masks

Photo Credit: Jose Rodriguez

On Tuesday, we made our delivery of masks to Victory Outreach Church in Council District 1 so that they can safely distribute food to our Constituents.

SELAH - Homeless Masks

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On Tuesday, we made our delivery to SELAH-Homeless Coalition in Council District 1 so that they can safely distribute food to our Constituents.

Team Cedillo Brings much need food to Seniors in Angelino Heights

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Team Cedillo making sure Seniors referred by El Centro Del Pueblo in Angelino Heights and Temple Beaudry have food in their homes.

Team Cedillo’s Brings Resources to Chinatown, William Mead Homes and Cypress Park

Preparing Grab & Go Grand Plaza

Preparing Grab & Go at Grand Plaza

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the chicken, beef and spinach empanadas 4-3-2020

At Grand Plaza Sergio Montara of Continental Gourmet Market dotted the chicken, beef and spinach empanadas

Keeping Social Distances While Delivering Food Grand Plaza
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Keeping Social Distances While Delivering Food Grand Plaza

Grand Plaza Senior Receiving Food 4-3-2020 #1

Grand Plaza Senior Receiving Food 4-3-2020 #2

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Team Cedillo preparing, distributing empanadas and masks to the Seniors at Grand Plaza in Chinatown. We are making sure our seniors stay safe.

Cathay Manor Masks

Photo Credit: Ricardo Flores

On Tuesday, we made our delivery to Cathay Manor in Council District 1 so that they can safely distribute food to our Constituents.

Chinatown BID Masks 4-2-2020

Photo Credit: Ricardo Flores

Tuesday, we made our delivery to Chinatown BID in Council District 1 so that they can safely distribute food to our Constituents.

Delivering Masks to The Metro 4-2-2020

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Tuesday, delivering masks to The Metro @ Chinatown in Council District 1 so that they can safely distribute food to our Constituents.

 

Hope Through Housing Foundation Masks 4-2-2020

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Today we made our delivery to Hope through Housing Foundation in Council District 1 so that they can safely distribute food to our Constituents.

Masks Delvered to Homboy Industries 4-2-2020

Photo Credit: Ricardo Flores

Team Cedillo delivered garment masks to that were generously donated by the garment workers who voluntarily shifted their production to masks for essential businesses. Today we made our delivery to Homeboy Industries in Council District 1 so that they can safely distribute food to our Constituents.

Photo Credit: Ricardo Flores

Masks Delivered to Blossom Plaza

Team Cedillo delivered garment masks to Blossom Plaza in Council District 1 so that they can safely distribute food to our Constituents.

Masks Delivered to Chinese Benevolent 4-2-2020

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Team Cedillo delivered garment masks to The Chinese Consolidated Benevolent Association in Chinatown in Council District 1 so that they can safely distribute food to our Constituents.

Chinatown Service Center Receives Masks 4-2-2020

Photo Credit: Ricardo Flores

Team Cedillo delivered garment masks to the Chinatown Service Center that were generously donated by the garment workers who voluntarily shifted their production to masks for essential businesses and organizations.

Masks Delivered to Accion Comunitaria 4-2-2020

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Team Cedillo delivered garment masks to Acción Comunitaria in Council District 1 so that they can safely distribute food to our Constituents.

Masks Delivered ECDP Cypress Park

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Team Cedillo delivered garment masks to El Centro Del Pueblo Cypress Park.

Masks William Mead Homes

Photo Credit: Ricardo Flores

Team Cedillo delivered garment masks to William Mead Homes that were generously donated by the garment workers who voluntarily shifted their production to masks for essential businesses and organizations.

Southern Area Communities

Univision Covers Team Cedillo and CultivaLA’s Partnership bringing Fresh Fruit and Vegetables to Westlake

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Team Cedillo, in collaboration with CultivaLA, distributed fruits and vegetables to the community today.El equipo Cedillo en colaboración con CultivaLA, distribuyó hoy frutas y verduras a la comunidad.

Team Cedillo Delivers Masks and Food to Westlake Constituents

Delivering Masks to PATH 4-2-2020

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On Tuesday, we made our delivery to PATH in Council District 1 so that they can safely distribute food to our Constituents.

Food To Park View Terrace 4-3-2020 #1 

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Fresh Produce Bags for Park View Terrace 4-2-2020

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Team Cedillo delivering fresh produce to seniors at Park View Terrace Apartments in Westlake

Delivering Masks to Grocery Outlet

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Team Cedillo delivering masks to Grocery Outlet in Westlake

ECDP Rampart Delivering Pizzas

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Team Cedillo continues dropping off supplies to assist community organizations “Grab and Go" efforts to assure families have essential needs and meals. ECDP-Rampart received Team Cedillo bags including pizzas to help with their distribution to clients and families in CD1 #lagryd @ecdp_rampart

ECDP Rampart Masks 4-2-2020

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More Families received pizza to take home as Team Cedillo continues dropping off supplies to assist community organizations “Grab and Go" efforts to assure families have essential needs and meals.

Madres Que Luchan 4-3-2020

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Team Cedillo delivered masks to Madres que Luchan in Westlake

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Getting ready for free produce Grab and Go distribution at Westlake Community Garden with CultivaLA

BAART Accepting Masks 4-3-2020

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Team Cedillo delivered garment masks to BAART Programs - Beverly.

Temple-Beaudry Organizations and Businesses Receive Food and Masks from Team Cedillo

La Fruteria Receiving Masks 4-2-2020

Team Cedillo delivered garment masks to La Frutería in Temple-Beaudry in Council District 1 so that they can safely distribute food to our Constituents.

Pico Union Continues to Receive Resources from Team Cedillo and several Community Organizations

VOA Masks 4-2-2020

Photo Credit: Luis Gonzalez

On Tuesday, we made our delivery to Volunteers of America in Council District 1 so that they can safely distribute food to our Constituents.

Pico Union Project Grab & Go 4-2-2020

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Photo Credit: Luis Gonzalez

On Tuesday, Pico Union Grab and Go, CD 1 distributed 300 bags of fresh produce at the Pico Union Project.

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Team Cedillo continues dropping off supplies to assist community "Grab and Go" locations. Red Shield Salvation Army received additional bags to help with their weekly distribution.

Masks to Magnolia Ave Neighbors

Photo Credit: Ganhdy Diaz

Team Cedillo delivered masks to Magnolia Ave neighbors

Masks Magnolia Walton NC 4-2-2020

Photo Credit: Luis Gonzalez

Team Cedillo delivered masks to Catalina Walton Neighborhood Association

VOA Masks 3-31-2020

Photo Credit: Luis Gonzalez

Team Cedillo continues dropping off supplies to assist community organizations efforts to assure families have essential needs and meals: VOA-GRYD Rampart 2 Intervention in Pico Union.

Delivered Produce to Siejay Apartments in Pico Union 4-3-2020 #1

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Team Cedillo delivered fresh produce to seniors at Siejay Apartments in Pico Union.

Red Shield Grab & Go 4-3-2020

Photo Credit: Ganhdy Diaz

“Grab N Go” designated for seniors every Friday 7am-11am at LA Red Shield Salvation Army in Pico Union. Team Cedillo continues to support our community organizations that are working hard to assure our constituents are not empty handed.

 

BASIC RESOURCES

FOOD

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Grocery Stores Special Hours for Seniors and Others

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Boys and Girs Club Food Giveaway

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Highland Park Farmers Market

LAUSD'S Grab and Go

 

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Los Angeles Unified has opened Grab & Go Food Centers, giving families 60 sites where they can pick up food for their children. The centers are open weekdays 7 am to 10 am, and each child can take home two nutritious meals. Locations and Map

Grab and Go In CD 1and Nearby

Berendo Middle School
1157 S. Berendo St., Los Angeles 90006

Liechty Middle School
650 S. Union Ave., Los Angeles 90017

Sotomayor Arts/Sciences Magnet
2050 N. San Fernando Road, Los Angeles 90065

Lincoln Senior High School
3501 N. Broadway, Los Angeles 90031

Dr. Julian Nava Learning Academy
1420 E. Adams Blvd., Los Angeles 90011

Adjacent to CD 1:

Burbank Middle School
6460 N. Figueroa St., Los Angeles 90042

LAUSD Coronavirus Hotlines

For families: (213) 443-1300
For employees: (213) 241-2700

The hotline is open 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday.
Please feel free to call with any questions about the COVID-19 virus.

Food Access in L.A. Map

Food Access in L.A. Map - Food Pantries * LAUSD Grab & Go Food Centers * Supermarket Access - In the wake of coronavirus, L.A. Controller Ron Galperin released an online map detailing critical food resources “Food Access in L.A.,” maps local food pantries, LAUSD’s Grab and Go centers and farmers’ markets across the City to help Angelenos locate food and meals to stay healthy and meet nutrition needs during this pandemic.

WIC Food Flyer

YMCA Fresh STart Locations

ELA Dept of Aging Food

 

Restaurants Offering Pick Up and/or Delivery

 

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Lincoln Heights

 

Maracas Café and Catering

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3300 N Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90031

(323) 225-0506

 

Highland Park

 

La Fuente Address: 5707 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042
Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 8:30PM · See more hours

 

Chico's Restaurant, 100 N Avenue 50, Highland Park, CA 90042

Chico's http://www.chicosmenu.com/      

(323) 254-2445

 

Cookbook

5611 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042 (323) 507-2051

Cookbook http://www.cookbookla.com/

 

Civil Coffee

5629 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042

Civil Coffee https://civilcoffee.com/

 

Triple Beam Pizza

5918 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042

Triple Beam https://www.triplebeampizza.com/    

(323) 545-3534

 

Baja Cali Fish and Tacos

5831 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles CA 90042
IG: bajacalifishandtacos

Baja Cali https://www.bajacalifishandtacos.com/highland-park-figueroa…

(323) 507-2588

 

El Pescador

5230 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042

El Pescador https://www.facebook.com/elpescadorhighlandpark

(323) 255-8164

 

Home State

5611 N Figueroa St Unit 1 Los Angeles CA 90042

HomeState https://www.myhomestate.com/highland-park-los-angeles/

IG: homestate

(323) 204-9397

 

Delicias Bakery

5567 N Figueroa St, Highland Park, CA 90042

Delicias http://www.deliciasbakeryandsome.com/about-us.html

(323) 259-9306

 

Kitchen Mouse

5904 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042

Kitchen Mouse https://www.kitchenmousela.com/

(323) 259-9555

 

Kindness and Mischief

5537 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042

Kindness and Mischief www.kandmcoffee.com

 

Folliero’s Italian Food

5566 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042

folliero's https://foursquare.com/v/follieros-italian-food-and-…/…/menu

(323) 254-0505

 

Antigua Bread

5703 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042

antigua bread https://www.antiguabread.com/

(323) 259-9345

 

Las Cazuelas

5707 N. Figueroa St., Los Angeles, CA 90042

Las Cazuelas

(323) 255-4719

Highland Park Florist

5731 N. Figueroa St.,

Los Angeles, CA, 90042
(323) 257-5552

 

Mr. Holmes Bakehouse

Bread starting kits

111 S Av 59, Los Angeles, CA 90042

(323) 739-0473

 

Bionicos La Palapa
5560 N. Figueroa St., Los Angeles, CA 90042
(323) 255-2311

 

Hippo

5916 1/2 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042 · ~4 mi

(323) 545-3536

 

Pico Union/Westlake

 

Taco Bravo

1400 W. Pico Blvd

213/749-0853

https://goo.gl/maps/jEG2gF7Bgh87oRXU9

 

Zamora Brothers

1559 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90015

213/385-5553

https://goo.gl/maps/6cBUCdxByuopWrjC9

 

Lucy's Drive Thru

1568 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90015

(213) 384-0721

https://goo.gl/maps/cp8d7Bh3QirMuLb29

 

Pizza Hut

1562 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90015

(213) 388-6111

https://goo.gl/maps/x7ASUSsFaLvVrPrz6

 

Flavors of Thai

1275 S Union Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90015

(213) 263-2535

https://goo.gl/maps/awkWj1XSbEuHMzCKA

 

La Adelita

1287 S Union Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90015

(213) 487-0176

https://goo.gl/maps/Vq7Gq4HQ6232DAHV6

 

Huicho's Bakery

1250 Vermont Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(213) 385-3957

https://goo.gl/maps/bshWjFbT6zu7HT85A

 

La 27 Restaurante Nicuraguense

1830 W Pico Blvd # C, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(213) 387-2467

https://goo.gl/maps/a9wxJNkvv8wr1GKv7

 

Papa Cristo's

2771 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(323) 737-2970

https://g.page/papa-cristos?share

 

King Taco #10

2020 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(213) 384-8115

https://goo.gl/maps/bRJeuijUTrnRWKnz8

 

Margarita's Mexican Food

2101 W Pico Blvd # A5, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(213) 738-5205

https://g.page/margaritas-mexican-food?share

 

Jack in the Box

2120 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(213) 252-8209

https://goo.gl/maps/hdz7AMCD9RdcciMF8

 

Happy Taco

1309 Hoover St, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(213) 352-9313

https://goo.gl/maps/4YWpaKtNyi7FFnbM6

 

Pollos El Brasero

2281 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(213) 381-6060

https://goo.gl/maps/ZHfG78aTYUKMSLjb6

 

Dino's Chicken & Burgers

2575 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(213) 380-3554

https://goo.gl/maps/wUZPUu11PbKWJGyaA

 

La Pupusa Urban Eatery
1051 W Washington Blvd Unit G
Instagram: @LAPUPUSADTLA

213-749-4573

 

El Charro Restaurant
1621 W 6th St, Los Angeles, CA 90017

(213) 292-0668

https://www.charromexicanfood.com/

 

Sabor Columbiano

213-388-0150

323-327- 5752

847 S Union Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90017

 

Papa Cristos

papacristos.com

2771 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(323) 737-2970

 

Echo Park and Tempe Beaudry

 

Button Mash
1391 West Sunset Blvd
www.buttonmashla.com
Only Carryout is being offered

 

Adamae.la
1538 Sunset Blvd
213-266-8001
Carry Out

 

Petra Burgers on Sunset
1524 W. Sunset Blvd
213-250-0301
Carry Out and Delivery

 

Tsuabki
1356 Allison
213-900-4900
tsuabki.com
Carry out Delivery

 

Guisados
1261 West Sunset Blvd
www.guisados.com
Carryout

 

Eighfold Coffee
1294 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026
213-947-3500
Carryout Only

 

The Parks Finest
1267 West Temple Street
213-481-2800
Carry Out and Delivery

 

K Bakery
1258 West Temple Street
213-481-7511
Carryout only

 

Eastside Market
1013 Alpine Street
213-250-2464
Carryout and Delivery

 

Chinatown

 

ABC Food Restaurant

205 Ord Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-680-2887

        

Blossom Vietnamese Restaurants

415 Gin Ling Way

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-626-8345

 

CBS Seafood

700 N. Spring Streets

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-617-2323

 

Chinese Friends Restaurant

984 North Broadway Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-972-9089

 

East Garden Restaurant

750 North Hill Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-935-8300

 

E-Sea Fresh Restaurant

1100 N. Main Street, #E

Los Angeles, CA 9012

323-276-5835

 

Foo-Chow Restaurant

949 North Hill Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-485-1294

 

Fortune Gourmet Kitchen

727 N. Broadway Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-628-8188

 

Full House Seafood

963 North Hill Street

Los Angeles CA, 90012

213-617-8382

 

Full Moon House

960 North Hill Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

(213) 537-0792

 

Gigo’s Café & Deli

853 North Broadway Street

213-229-8889

 

Golden Dragon Restaurant

960 North Broadway Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-626-2039

 

Highland Park Brewery

1220 N. Spring Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-878-9017

 

Homegirl Cafe

130 Bruno Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-617-0380


Hong Kong BBQ Restaurant

803 N. Broadway Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-687-7238

 

Hop Li Seafood Restaurant

526 Alpine Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-680-3939

 

Hop Woo BBQ & Seafood Restaurants

845 N. Broadway Street

213-617-3038

 

Intiraymi Restaurants

633 N. Spring Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-617-0573

 

Jade Wok

625 W. College Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-628-8288

 

Kim Chuy Restaurants

727 N. Broadway # 103

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-687-7215


LASA

717 N. Broadway Street

Los Angeles CA 90012, # 120

213-443-6163

 

PHO 87

1019 N. Broadway Street

323-227-0758

 

The Little Jewel of New Orleans

207 Ord Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-680-0461

 

Lao Tao Taiwanese Street Food

727 N. Broadway Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-372-5318

 

Mayflower Seafood Restaurant

679 N. Spring Street

213-628-0116

 

Nick’s Café

1300 N. Spring Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

323-222-1450

 

Placita Café

711 N. Main Street, #105

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-620-0774

Plum Tree Inn
913 N. Broadway Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
213-613-1819

 

Phoenix Bakery Inc
969 N. Broadway Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
213-628-4642

 

Phoenix Inn Chinese Cuisine
301 Ord Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
213-629-2812

 

Spring Street Smokehouse BBQ
620 N. Spring Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
213-626-0535

 

Qui West Noodle Soup
727 N. Broadway Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
213-687-1063


Quiwestnoodle.com

Won Kok Restaurant
210 Alpine Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
213-613-0700

 

For more restaurant recommendations please email Conrado TerrazasCross

WATER

A Message from LADWP Regarding Power and Water Service During Coronavirus/COVID-19 Pandemic

To help customers get through any financial hardships that may occur as a result of the Coronavirus/COVID-19, DWP offers generous extended payment plans. Any impacted customer can request a payment plan online at LADWP or can make arrangements by calling customer care at 1-800-DIAL-DWP (1-800-342-5397). DWP has also deferred disconnections for non-payment through the remainder of March at this time.

 

SHELTER

EVICTION MORATORIUM

HCIDLA Eviction Moritorium Info

Tenants and Landlords: The City of LA has a temporary moratorium in effect, for evictions of non-payment of rent for tenants who are unable to pay rent due to Coronavirus (COVID19) related circumstances. More information here. 

HCIDLA Weekend Hours

 

HEALTHCARE AND INSURANCE

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Testing Poster for the Uninsured

FAQ Uninsured Immigrant Healthcare

Community Clinics

Community Clinics - Anyone who is not feeling well can visit any community clinic regardless of insurance. All community clinics are screening people outside before they come indoors to prevent cross contamination. Undocumented immigrants can sign up for My Health LA- which serves as a safety net for the undocumented and uninsured. Find a Clinic

If someone is feeling symptomatic especially if unable to breathe, they should call 911.

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Helping Children Cope With Stress

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LA County Health Crisis Line

EMPLOYMENT

New Mayor’s Jobs Portal

Mayor Garcetti announced the L.A. Jobs Portal, a one-stop shop for Angelenos who are out-of-work as a result of the COVID-19 crisis. This site will continue to be updated with the most relevant resources and listings.

EWDD resources for job seekers and businesses during COVID-19 Outbreal - Economic & Workforce Development Department, City of Los Angeles

How to Apply for Unemployment Insurance

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BUSINESS

Economic And Workforce Development Department Will Provide $11 Million In No-Fee Microloans of $5,000 To $20,000

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Mayor Eric Garcetti today announced an $11 million economic relief package for small businesses impacted by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). The Economic and Workforce Development Department will provide $11 million in no-fee microloans of $5,000 to $20,000 — which may be used to cover working capital. Since cash flow is critical at this unprecedented time, the program will offer relaxed underwriting with no credit score minimum, a generous allowance to meet debt service, and a 100% Loan to Value ratio. The interest rate can either be 0% for a term of six months to one year, or 3% to 5% for a term of up to five years.

The microloan program is being paired with a Small Business Resilience Toolkit, which is being distributed as a digital guidebook and includes vital information covering Federal, State, County, and City emergency policies and programs impacting small . It also offers strategies for adjusting to the effects that COVID-19 is having on businesses including ways to keep employees safe, maintain operations at maximum possible capacity, and prepare business continuity plans.

To apply for a microloan or view the toolkit, please visit lamayor.org/loan.

TRANSPORTATION

 

LADOT Relaxed Enforement & Enforcement

DMV Covid-19 Closure

Mayor Garcetti Relaxes DMV Restrictions Per Request from Councilmember Cedillo

Councilmember Cedillo reached out to Mayor Garcetti on relaxing DMV restrictions that are important during normal times, but could hinder rather assist. Thank you, Mayor for relaxing Enforcement of Vehicle Registration and Driver’s License Violations. Some residents of the City of Los Angeles may not be able to get to a DMV office to renew a driver’s license, identification card or vehicle registration. If such visits are not possible due to the City’s March 19, 2020 Safe at Home Order, then residents should not be penalized for failure to comply with these provisions.

The Mayor directed LADOT to ensure that its parking officers refrain from ticketing or towing any vehicles for expired registration during this emergency period. Vehicle owners shall remain subject to all other parking enforcement restrictions, consistent with state and local laws and applicable emergency orders.

The Mayor also directed the Chief of Police to issue guidance to police officers to refrain, during this emergency period, from issuing citations for driver’s licenses or vehicle registrations that have expired in the last six months. Drivers within the City of Los Angeles will nonetheless be expected to obey all other laws; nothing in this memorandum should be construed to suggest that the Police Department will not be enforcing all moving violations, consistent with state and local laws and any applicable emergency orders.

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COMMUNICATION

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ENFORCEMENT

Report Violation

Safer at Home" Emergency Order will be Strickly Enforced

"Safer at Home" emergency order will be strictly enforced: Mayor Garcetti and City Attorney Mike Feuer assured strong enforcement -‘safer-home’-emergency-order-will-be-strongly-enforced of the City’s “Safer at Home” emergency order, which requires Angelenos to stay in their residences in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Fill out a complaint form here Mayor's Help Desk (to report violations of Safer at Home): 213-978-1028 or mayor.helpdesk@lacity.org

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OTHER RESOURCES

Mayor Garcetti’s Emergency Orders and Memorandums

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Read all of Mayor Garcetti's Emergency COVID-19 Emergency Orders and Memormandums here.

 

Sign up for Updates on COVID-19

Share with your Friends and Family to Sign-up Here for Councilmember Cedillo Newsletter for Important Updates

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Please sign up for NotifyLA, our mass notification system for the City of L.A. that we are using to push out updates on COVID-19 response. Please share with your family and friends. Sign up → NotifyLA.org

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Donations

LA Students Most In Need

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LA Students Most in Need funds will be used to provide meals, supplies for students and family members, address the digital divide, providing devices and digital libraries and books to enable students to continue learning during the crisis caused by COVID-19.

Mayor's Fund for Los Angeles L.A. Emergency COVID-19 Crisis Fund

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L.A. Emergency COVID-19 Crisis Fund To Help Support families, healthcare workers, unhoused neighbors and more.

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Actualización #4 del Concejal Gil Cedillo en torno al Coronavirus en la Ciudad de Los Angeles

 

Querido amigo,

A medida que continuamos enfrentando este Coronavirus juntos y se nos comunican los cambios que están ocurriendo rápidamente en una crisis que nadie ha experimentado, quiero asegurarme de que conozca los hechos y se mantenga informado sobre lo que el alcalde y el concejal Cedillo están haciendo para ayudarnos a mantenernos seguros y minimizar el estrés y la carga financiera con la prioridad de reducir la propagación del virus y salvar vidas.

Sabemos que las personas están asustadas, frustradas y molestas. Debemos permanecer unidos y ayudarnos unos a otros, especialmente a nuestros más vulnerables.

 

Mantente informado:

1) Todas las noches, el alcalde Garcetti brindará una sesión informativa a las 5:15 p.m. hasta nuevo aviso. Puede ver su anuncio en su página de Facebook, LA City Canal 35, o en los medios de comunicación.

2) Visite con frecuencia el sitio web de la Ciudad de Los Ángeles dedicado a las actualizaciones de Coronavirus en https://corona-virus.la/

3) Regístrese para recibir el Boletín Informativo del Concejal Cedillo en http://www.gilcedillo.com/newsletter_sign_up

4) Regístrese para recibir actualizaciones por correo electrónico, texto y / o teléfono de Notify LA en https://emergency.lacity.org/notifyla

5) El Departamento de Salud Pública del Condado de Los Ángeles proporcionará información y datos de salud actualizados en http://publichealth.lacounty.gov/media/coronavirus/

6) El estado de CA proporcionará información actualizada y datos sobre los esfuerzos de respuesta y ayuda en www.covid19.ca.gov

 

Pruebas COVID-19 disponibles en la ciudad de L.A.

En este momento, las pruebas son limitadas en Los Ángeles. Estamos trabajando para ampliar las pruebas lo más rápido posible para proporcionar este servicio a todos los angelinos que lo necesiten.

Por el momento, estas pruebas están estrictamente limitadas a los residentes de Los Ángeles que se encuentran en las categorías de mayor riesgo y más vulnerabilidad.

Para obtener más información sobre las nuevas pruebas COVID-19 disponibles en la Ciudad de Los Ángeles y para ver si es elegible, visite http://Coronavirus.LACity.org/Testing

 

Actualización Federal:

Ley de CUIDADO (CARE Act) - Apoyo Comercial

La Ley de Ayuda, Alivio y Seguridad Económica de Coronavirus (CARES) se convirtió en ley el viernes 27 de marzo de 2020, que asignó $350 mil millones para ayudar a las pequeñas empresas a mantener a los trabajadores empleados en medio de la pandemia y la recesión económica. Conocido como el Programa de protección de cheques de pago, la iniciativa proporciona préstamos 100% garantizados por el gobierno federal para pequeñas empresas. Es importante destacar que estos préstamos pueden ser perdonados si los prestatarios mantienen sus nóinas durante la crisis o restauran sus nóminas después.

 

Para obtener información de calificación, visite:

https://home.treasury.gov/cares

La salud pública y las consecuencias económicas de COVID-19 son significativas. Estos reembolsos ayudan a las personas a pagar lo que necesitan durante esta crisis de salud pública, ya que muchos están experimentando una crisis monetaria significativa.

Para información de pago, visite:

https://www.irs.gov/newsroom/economic-impact-payments-what-you-need-to-know

 

Oficina del Censo de EE.UU

Las invitaciones del Censo 2020 han llegado a los buzones de correo de todo el país. Las operaciones de campo del Censo 2020 permanecen suspendidas por al menos dos semanas más hasta el 15 de abril de 2020. La Oficina del Censo está tomando este paso para ayudar a proteger la salud y la seguridad del público estadounidense, los empleados de la Oficina del Censo y todos los que están pasando por el proceso de contratación temporal.

 

Complete su formulario del Censo enviándolo por correo o utilizando el código proporcionado por la Oficina del Censo para completar el formulario en línea.

Ahora más que nunca debemos asegurarnos de ser contados.

Para actualizaciones sobre la actividad del Censo y para completar la visita del Censo de su hogar: https://2020census.gov/

 

REAL ID

El Departamento de Seguridad Nacional, como lo indicó el presidente Donald J. Trump, está extendiendo la fecha límite para la aplicación de REAL ID más allá de la fecha límite actual del 1 de octubre de 2020 a la nueva fecha límite para la aplicación de REAL ID el 1 de octubre de 2021. DHS publicará un aviso de la nueva fecha límite en el Registro Federal en los próximos días.  

 

Actualización del estado:

El Gobernador Newsom ha lanzado el California Health Corps para ayudar a cuidar a los pacientes con COVID-19. Para cumplir con este mandato, CA está abriendo sitios de atención médica adicionales para tratar a las personas afectadas por COVID-19 y para aliviar la presión sobre nuestro sistema de atención médica mediante la atención de casos no relacionados con COVID-19. Para garantizar el personal adecuado para los sitios de atención médica en todo California, el Gobernador llama a los proveedores de atención médica, profesionales de la salud del comportamiento y administradores de atención médica a registrarse en California Health Corps. El Gobernador Newsom ha proporcionado 500 trailers a la Ciudad de Los Ángeles que se instalarán en nuestros centros de recreación convertidos que funcionan como refugios para las personas sin hogar. Los remolques albergarán a las personas sin hogar que deben trasladarse fuera del refugio a un área en cuarentena.

 

Actualización del condado:

La Supervisora ​​del Condado de Los Ángeles, Hilda L. Solis, y el Departamento de Servicios de Salud del Condado (DHS), anunciaron ayer que Baby2Baby, una organización sin fines de lucro, en asociación con el condado ha donado más de 150,000 pañales y más de 3,500 latas de fórmula para pacientes con recién nacidos.

Si conoce a alguien que necesite esos recursos, comuníquese con la Oficina de la Supervisora Solís al (323) 881-4601.

 

ABRE EL CENTRO DE AYUDA PARA DESASTRES DE TRABAJADORES Y NEGOCIOS DEL CONDADO DE Los Ángeles.

Si usted es propietario de un negocio que lucha por mantener sus puertas abiertas o un trabajador que no está seguro acerca de su próximo cheque de pago, el Condado de Los Ángeles ahora tiene una ubicación donde puede obtener ayuda inmediata, adaptada a su situación. Puede obtener asistencia del Centro de ayuda por desastre para trabajadores y empresas del condado de Los Ángeles de la manera que le resulte más conveniente:

 

Actualización de la ciudad:

El alcalde Garcetti lanzó el Cuerpo Médico de Emergencias de la Ciudad de Los Ángeles, utilizando un portal fácil de usar donde los profesionales médicos pueden enviar su información e inscribirse para ayudar. La Ciudad de Los Ángeles necesita que los profesionales médicos apoyen un aumento en los casos médicos en Los Ángeles debido a la pandemia de COVID-19. Regístrese hoy para ser considerado para las oportunidades pagadas y pro-bono disponibles en este momento.

El Alcalde Garcetti emitió una orden para detener los aumentos de alquiler en las unidades que están sujetas a la Ordenanza de estabilización de alquileres de la Ciudad (apartamentos construidos antes del 1 de octubre de 1978).

El Alcalde Garcetti emitió una orden que prohíbe a los propietarios desalojar a inquilinos durante este período de emergencia si el inquilino no puede pagar el alquiler debido a circunstancias relacionadas con la pandemia COVID-19. La orden de emergencia del Alcalde se aplica a todos los alquileres residenciales y comerciales en la ciudad de Los Ángeles, incluidos los apartamentos, dúplex, condominios y viviendas unifamiliares. La moratoria se aplica a todos los inquilinos, independientemente del estado de migratorio.

Los inquilinos residenciales tendrán seis meses después de la expiración del período de emergencia local para pagar cualquier renta atrasada.

Si su arrendador está tratando de desalojarlo, comuníquese con la línea directa del Departamento de Vivienda e Inversión Comunitaria al (866) 557-7368. Están abiertos de lunes a viernes de 8:30 a.m. a 4:30 p.m. HCID también tiene un sitio web sobre los derechos de los inquilinos durante esta emergencia que se encuentra en hcidla.lacity.org/covid-19-eviction-moratorium.

El Alcalde Garcetti anunció la suspensión de todos los mercados de agricultores certificados hasta que presenten planes a la Oficina de Servicios de la Calle que muestren al mercado cómo el mercado cumplirá y aplicará las pautas emitidas por el Departamento de Salud Pública del Condado de Los Ángeles.

El Abogado de la Ciudad y el Alcalde anunciaron la formación del programa de Embajadores Empresariales “Más seguro en Casa”, que despliega a los trabajadores y voluntarios de la Ciudad con el Equipo de Respuesta a Crisis a los negocios que parecen estar incumpliendo la orden de emergencia. Si no se logra el cumplimiento voluntario, los embajadores compartirán información con el Abogado de la Ciudad y LAPD para dar seguimiento.

Los miembros del público pueden informar sobre negocios que no cumplen con los requisitos en coronavirus.lacity.org/reportbusinessviolation.  

 

La Ciudad de Los Ángeles lanzó L.A. Protects que podrían ayudar a Los negocios que de otro modo tendrían que cerrar y suspender al personal, conectándolos con oportunidades para proporcionar un servicio esencial. En asociación con la marca de moda Reformation, que supervisará la producción de máscaras para mantener la garantía de calidad, LA Protects unirá a las empresas de fabricación aprobadas con las industrias esenciales que necesitan máscaras, incluida la industria de la salud, supermercados, restaurantes, servicios de entrega, así como fabricantes de alimentos y bebidas. Los fabricantes de prendas de vestir y prendas de vestir de la ciudad pueden inscribirse en Coronavirus.LACity.org/LAProtects.    

La Ciudad preparó el Centro de Convenciones de Los Ángeles y recibió 250 camas del Departamento de Salud y Servicios Humanos (U.S.DHHS) que se utilizarán para pacientes con COVID-19 con menor agudeza y síntomas no tan intensos.

La moción del Concejal Cedillo fue aprobada por el Concejo Municipal para exigir que todas las tiendas minoristas dediquen su primera hora después de la apertura para permitir que solo los adultos mayores (60 años o más) y discapacitados compren.

 

LAUSD

LAUSD y la Cruz Roja continúan operando Grab and Go Food Centers en las comunidades a las que sirven. Estos centros estarán abiertos de lunes a viernes de 7 am a 10 am. Cada niño puede llevar a casa dos comidas nutritivas. Las ubicaciones de los centros se pueden encontrar aquí. Esto está destinado a apoyar a los estudiantes que están en programas de almuerzo y que de otra manera no tendrían una comida.


Recursos:

Comidas para personas mayores

  • El Departamento para la Atención a Adultos Mayores distribuirá comidas empacadas y congeladas para adultos mayores en los diferentes sitios de comidas y los nuevos servicios para personas mayores que se necesitan también pueden inscribirse.
  • Departamento para la Atención a Adultos Mayores de Los Ángeles al 213-482-7252 o webinfo@lacity.org

  

Bancos de alimentos del área de Lincoln Heights

Toda la asistencia es solo con cita previa. La cantidad y los días de servicios varían. Póngase en contacto con la organización para más información.

- Healing Urban Barrios al 323-504-6070. Ver folleto adjunto para más detalles

- Boys and Girls Club Los Ángeles al 323-221-9111.

Se aceptan llamadas para citas solo los jueves de 12 p.m. a 5 p.m.

 

Un mensaje del Departamento de Salud Mental del Condado de Los Ángeles

El Departamento de Salud Mental del Condado de Los Ángeles (LACDMH) apoya el bienestar de todos en el Condado de Los Ángeles. Cuando escucha, lee o mira las noticias sobre un brote de una enfermedad infecciosa, puede sentirse ansioso y mostrar signos de estrés, incluso cuando el brote afecta a personas lejos de donde vive y tiene un riesgo bajo o nulo de enfermarse. Estos signos de estrés son normales y pueden ser más probables en personas con seres queridos en partes del mundo afectadas por el brote. Durante un brote de enfermedad infecciosa, cuide su propia salud física y mental y comuníquese con amabilidad hacia los demás.

Para más información:

https://dmh.lacounty.gov/covid-19-information/

La línea de acceso 24/7 de LACDMH al (800) 854-7771 también está disponible para proporcionar apoyo de salud mental, recursos y referencias.

 

Oficina de Saneamiento de LA y material gratuito para niños

El Programa LA Stormwater proporciona una variedad de materiales que ayudan a educar al público, especialmente a los estudiantes sobre la importancia de mantener limpias nuestras aguas locales.

 

Enlace/Link:

https://www.lacitysan.org/san/faces/wcnav_externalId/s-lsh-wwd-wp-gin-tlak-cm?_adf.ctrl-state=14adft2u3d_306&_afrLoop=5563135426986655&_afrWindowMode=0&_afrWindowId=null#!%40%40%3F_afrWindowId%3Dnull%26_afrLoop%3D5563135426986655%26_afrWindowMode%3D0%26_adf.ctrl-state%3D14adft2u3d_310

 

 

Servicios de higiene y refugio para la comunidad sin hogar

Junto con el Alcalde y la Autoridad de Servicios para Personas sin Hogar de Los Ángeles, desplegamos en la ciudad un total de 120 inodoros portátiles y 306 estaciones de lavado de manos para ayudar a las personas sin hogar a lavarse las manos regularmente.

Estamos tratando agresivamente de asegurar más estaciones y baños, pero la demanda en todo el mundo hace que esto sea un desafío.

Además, aumentamos nuestro programa de duchas móviles de 5 a 7 días y nuestro programa de lavandería móvil de 2 a 5 ubicaciones para ayudar a aumentar los servicios de higiene en todo el Distrito 1.

Este domingo nuestras duchas móviles estaban en Lincoln Park y nuestro remolque de lavandería estaba en nuestro refugio para personas sin hogar de Echo Park Community Center.

Según la declaración de emergencia por desastre, la ciudad abrió 13 centros de recreación para trasladar a las personas sin hogar al interior. Bajo la guía del Departamento de Salud Pública del Condado de Los Ángeles, todos los sitios tendrán requisitos de admisión y operación para mantener el objetivo de minimizar la propagación del virus.

Estamos buscando convertir otro, al menos 20 centros de recreación para que sean refugios para los angelinos sin hogar.

Se nos ha informado que es más seguro que las personas sin hogar vivan en el interior en un lugar donde tengan baños y duchas, y donde los operadores de los refugios estén atentos para ver si presentan síntomas del virus y necesitan atención médica, que tenerlos vagando afuera, incapaz de lavarse las manos.

La Autoridad de Servicios para Personas sin Hogar de Los Ángeles creará una lista de nombres de personas sin protección que son mayores de 55 años, tienen una condición de salud crónica o que son de otra manera altamente vulnerables. Estas personas tendrán prioridad para la colocación en nuevas camas de refugio. Nuestros equipos de extensión saben quién pertenece a estas categorías prioritarias y también recibirán recomendaciones de agencias sin fines de lucro para personas sin hogar, LAPD, LAFD y otras agencias que interactúan regularmente con la comunidad de personas sin hogar.

Continuó la discusión sobre nuestra necesidad de contar con centros de recreación adicionales y la Ciudad y el Condado continúan con las apariciones en los tribunales federales y discutiendo con el juez sobre nuestros esfuerzos para trasladar a las personas sin hogar en el interior.

 

Ahora más que nunca, necesitamos el apoyo y la comprensión de todos sobre nuestras acciones para mover a las personas en riesgo que voluntariamente aceptan entrar.

 

211

211 LA County es un equipo de expertos dedicados en recursos comunitarios comprometidos a proporcionar a los residentes del condado de LA información precisa, oportuna y confiable sobre la crisis de salud de COVID-19.

Contáctelos llamando al 211 o www.211la.org

 

American Diabetes Association COVID-19 Recursos para personas que viven con diabetes

Cada día, más de 4,000 personas son diagnosticadas recientemente con diabetes en los Estados Unidos. Más de 122 millones de estadounidenses viven con diabetes o prediabetes. Las personas con diabetes no tienen más probabilidades de contraer COVID-19 que la población general, pero las personas con diabetes tienen una mayor probabilidad de experimentar complicaciones graves por COVID-19.

Para más información, visite: diabetes.org/coronavirus  

Comparta esta información con otros.

Avíseme si tiene preguntas o tiene un recurso para compartir al 323-550-1538 o Gilbert.Cedillo@lacity.org. Mi oficina está aquí para ayudar.

¡Manténgase a salvo y esté bien!

Sinceramente

Gil Cedillo

Concejal, Distrito 1

 

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Update # 4 on Coronavirus in City of LA
Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Dear Friend,

As we continue to face this Coronavirus together and changes are occurring rapidly on a crisis nobody has experienced. I want to make sure you get the facts and stay informed about what the Mayor and Councilmember Cedillo are doing to help keep us safe and minimize the stress and financial burden with the priority to reduce the spread of the virus and save lives.

We know people are scared, frustrated, and upset. We must remain united and helpful to each other especially to our most vulnerable.

Stay Informed:

1) Mayor Garcetti's every night will provide a daily briefing at 5:15pm until further notice. You can watch his announcement on his Facebook page, LA City Ch 35, or on news outlets.

2) Visit frequently the City of LA dedicated website on Coronavirus updates at https://corona-virus.la/

3) Sign up for Councilmember Cedillo's newsletter at http://www.gilcedillo.com/newsletter_sign_up

4) Sign up to receive email, text, and or telephone updates from Notify LA at https://emergency.lacity.org/notifyla

5) LA County Department of Public Health will provide updated health info and facts at http://publichealth.lacounty.gov/media/coronavirus/

6) State of CA will provide updated info and facts on response and relief efforts at www.covid19.ca.gov 

 

COVID-19 Testing Available from the City of L.A.

At this time, testing is limited in Los Angeles. We are working to expand testing as quickly as possible to provide this service to all Angelenos who need it.

For the moment, these tests are strictly limited to residents of Los Angeles who are in the most high-risk categories and most vulnerable.

To learn more about new COVID-19 testing available from the City of L.A. and to see if you're eligible go to http://Coronavirus.LACity.org/Testing 

 

Federal Update:

CARE Act- Business Support

The Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act became law on Friday March 27,2020 that allocated $350 billion to help small businesses keep workers employed amid the pandemic and economic downturn. Known as the Paycheck Protection Program, the initiative provides 100% federally guaranteed loans to small businesses. Importantly, these loans may be forgiven if borrowers maintain their payrolls during the crisis or restore their payrolls afterward.   

For Qualification Information, visit:

https://home.treasury.gov/cares 

 

CARE Act- Individual/ Married Household Rebates

The public health and economic consequences of COVID-19 are significant. These rebates help people afford what they need during this public health crisis, as many are experiencing a significant cash crunch.  

For Payment Information, visit:

https://www.irs.gov/newsroom/economic-impact-payments-what-you-need-to-know  

 

U.S Census Bureau 

The 2020 Census invitations have arrived in mailboxes across the nation.  2020 Census field operations remain suspended for at least two weeks more until April 15, 2020. The Census Bureau is taking this step to help protect the health and safety of the American public, Census Bureau employees, and everyone going through the hiring process for temporary census taker positions.

Please complete your Census form by mailing it in or using the provided code from the Census Bureau to complete the form online. 

Now more than ever we need to make sure we count.

For updates on Census activity and to complete your household Census visit: https://2020census.gov/

 

REAL ID

The Department of Homeland Security, as directed by President Donald J. Trump, is extending the REAL ID enforcement deadline beyond the current October 1, 2020 deadline to the new deadline for REAL ID enforcement is October 1, 2021. DHS will publish a notice of the new deadline in the Federal Register in the coming days. 

 

State Update:

Governor Newsom has launched the California Health Corps to help care for COVID-19 patients. To meet this moment, CA is opening additional health care sites to treat people affected by COVID-19 and to relieve the pressure on our health care system by providing care for non-COVID-19 cases. 

To ensure adequate staff for health care sites throughout California, the Governor is calling on healthcare providers, behavioral health professionals, and health care administrators to register at California Health Corps  

Governor Newsom has provided 500 trailers to the City of Los Angeles that will be set up at our converted recreation centers that are operating as shelters for the homeless. The trailers will house homeless that need to be moved out of the shelter into quarantined area.  

 

County Update:

Los Angeles County Supervisor Hilda L. Solis and the County Department of Health Services (DHS), announced yesterday that the nonprofit Baby2Baby has donated over 150,000 diapers and more than 3,500 cans of formula for patients with newborns in partnership with the County. 

If you know of anyone in need of those resources, please contact Supervisor Solis Office at  (323) 881-4601.

 

L.A. COUNTY BUSINESS AND WORKER DISASTER HELP CENTER OPENS

Whether you are a business owner struggling to keep your doors open or a worker who’s uncertain about their next paycheck, L.A. County now has a single location where you can get immediate help, tailored to your situation. You can get assistance from the L.A. County Business and Worker Disaster Help Center in the manner that’s most convenient to you:  

 

City Update:

Mayor Garcetti launched the City of Los Angeles Emergency Medical Corps, using an easy-to-use portal where medical professionals can submit their information and sign up to help. The City of Los Angeles has a need for medical professionals to support a surge in medical cases across Los Angeles due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Please sign up today to be considered for both paid and pro-bono opportunities coming available at this time.   

Mayor Garcetti issued an order halting rent increases on occupied rental units that are subject to the City’s Rent Stabilization Ordinance (apartments build before October 1, 1978).

Mayor Garcetti issued an order that prohibits landlords from evicting residential tenants during this local emergency period if the tenant is unable to pay rent due to circumstances related to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Mayor’s Emergency Order applies to all residential and commercial rentals in the City of Los Angeles, including apartments, duplexes, condominiums and single-family dwellings. The moratorium applies to all renters, regardless of immigration status.

Residential tenants will have six months following the expiration of the local emergency period to repay any back due rent.

If your landlord is trying to evict you. Please contact the Housing and Community Investment Department hotline at (866) 557-7368. They are open Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. HCID also has a website on tenants’ rights during this emergency that is found at hcidla.lacity.org/covid-19-eviction-moratorium.

Mayor Garcetti announced the suspension of all Certified Farmers Markets until they submit plans to the Bureau of Street Services that show the market how the market will comply and enforce guidelines issued by LA County Public Health.

The City Attorney and Mayor announced the formation of the “Safer at Home” Business Ambassadors program — which deploys City workers and volunteers with the Mayor’s Crisis Response Team to businesses that appear to be out of compliance with the emergency order with a goal of securing voluntary compliance. If voluntary compliance is not achieved, the ambassadors will share information with the City Attorney and LAPD for follow-up.


Members of the public can report out-of-compliance businesses at coronavirus.lacity.org/reportbusinessviolation.  

The City of Los Angeles launched L.A. Protects that could help businesses that might otherwise have to close and furlough staff, by connecting them with opportunities to provide an essential service. Working in partnership with the sustainable fashion brand Reformation, which will monitor mask production to maintain quality assurance, L.A. Protects will match approved manufacturing companies with essential industries in need of masks –– including the healthcare industry, grocers, take-out restaurants, delivery services, as well as food and beverage manufacturers. Garment and apparel manufacturers in the city can sign up at Coronavirus.LACity.org/LAProtects.    

The City has prepared the LA Convention Center and received 250 beds from the Department of Health and Human Services (U.S.DHHS) that will be used COVID-19 patients with lower acuity and symptoms not as intense.  

Councilmember Cedillo's motion was approved by the City Council to require all retail stores to dedicate their first hour after opening to only allow the elderly (60 and older) and disabled to shop. 

 

LAUSD

LAUSD and the Red Cross continue to operate Grab and Go Food Centers in the communities they serve. These centers will be open on weekdays from 7 am to 10 am. Each child can take home two nutritious meals. Locations of the centers can be found here. This is meant to support students who are on lunch programs and would otherwise not have a meal.

 

Resources:

Meals for Seniors

  • Dept of Aging will be distributing packaged and frozen meals for older adults at the different meal sites and new seniors needed services can sign up too
  • Los Angeles Department of Aging at 213-482-7252 or webinfo@lacity.org

Lincoln Heights Area Food Banks

All assistance is by appointment only. Quantity and days of services vary. Contact the organization for more information.

- Healing Urban Barrios at 323-504-6070

See attached flyer for details

- LA Boys and Girls Club at 323-221-9111

Calls accepted for appointments on Thursdays 12pm to 5pm only

 

A Message from LA County Department of Mental Health

The Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health (LACDMH) supports the wellbeing of everyone in LA County. When you hear, read, or watch the news about an outbreak of an infectious disease, you may feel anxious and show signs of stress—even when the outbreak affects people far from where you live and you are at low or no risk of getting sick. These signs of stress are normal and may be more likely in people with loved ones in parts of the world affected by the outbreak. During an infectious disease outbreak, care for your own physical and mental health and reach out in kindness to others.

For more information:

https://dmh.lacounty.gov/covid-19-information/

LACDMH’s 24/7 Access Line at (800) 854-7771 is also available to provide mental health support, resources and referrals.

LA Bureau of Sanitation Classroom and Kids Free Material

The LA Stormwater Program provides a variety of materials that helps educate the public, especially students about the importance of keeping our local waters clean.  

Link:

https://www.lacitysan.org/san/faces/wcnav_externalId/s-lsh-wwd-wp-gin-tlak-cm?_adf.ctrl-state=14adft2u3d_306&_afrLoop=5563135426986655&_afrWindowMode=0&_afrWindowId=null#!%40%40%3F_afrWindowId%3Dnull%26_afrLoop%3D5563135426986655%26_afrWindowMode%3D0%26_adf.ctrl-state%3D14adft2u3d_310  

 

Hygiene Services and Shelter to Homeless Community

Together with the Mayor and the LA Homeless Services Authority we deployed across the City a total of 120 portable toilets and 306 hand washing stations to help people experiencing homelessness wash their hands regularly.  

We are aggressively trying to secure more stations and bathrooms but the demand across the world is making this a challenge.

In addition, we increased our mobile shower program from 5 to 7 days and our mobile laundry program from 2 to 5 locations to help increase hygiene services across Council District 1.

This Sunday our mobile showers were at Lincoln Park and our laundry trailer was at our Echo Park Community Center homeless shelter. 

Under the emergency disaster declaration, the city opened 13 recreation centers to move homeless people indoors. Under guidance from LA County Department of Public Health all sites will have admission and operation requirements to uphold the goal of minimizing the spread of the virus. 

We are looking at converting another, at least 20 recreation centers to be shelters for unhoused Angelenos. 

We have been advised it is safer for homeless people to live indoors in a place where they have bathrooms and showers, and where shelter operators watch to see if they exhibit symptoms of the virus and need medical attention, than it is to have them wandering outside, unable to wash their hands.

The LA Homeless Services Authority will create a by-name-list of unsheltered individuals who are over the age of 55, have an acute underlying health condition, or are otherwise highly vulnerable. These individuals will be prioritized for placement into new shelter beds. Our outreach teams know who falls into these priority categories and will also receive recommendations from nonprofit homeless agencies, LAPD, LAFD, and other agencies who on a regular basis interact with the homeless community. 

Discussion continued on our need to additional recreation centers and the City and County continue Federal court appearances and discussing with the judge on our efforts to move homeless indoors. 

Now more than ever, we need everyone's support and understanding on our actions to move people at risk who voluntarily agree to come indoors.  

211

211 LA County is a team of devoted community resource experts committed to providing LA County residents with accurate, timely, and trusted information on the COVID-19 health crisis. 

Contact them by calling 211 or www.211la.org

American Diabetes Association COVID-19 Resources for People Living with Diabetes 

Each day more than 4,000 people are newly diagnosed with diabetes in American. Over 122M Americans are living with diabetes or prediabetes. People with diabetes are not more likely to get COVID-19 than the general population, but people with diabetes do face a higher chance of experiencing serious complications from COVID-19.

For more information, visit: diabetes.org/coronavirus  

Share this information with others. 

Please let me know if you have questions or have a resource to share at 323-550-1538 or Gilbert.Cedillo@lacity.org. My office is here to help.

Stay safe and be well!

Sincerely,

Gil Cedillo
Councilmember, First District

 

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Amigos,

Ya estamos en la segunda semana de Más Seguro en Casa, y nuestra Ciudad está adaptando todo lo necesario para garantizar la salud y el bienestar de todos nosotros. Esta es la crisis más grave que Los Ángeles ha enfrentado en décadas, pero nuestra comunidad se mantiene unida y fuerte con la ayuda de organizaciones e individuos sirviendo a nuestros residentes.

Esta semana quiero mostrarles todo lo que están haciendo esas personas e instituciones. Su amor por la comunidad no tiene límites: mi equipo y yo contamos con su apoyo y han superado todas nuestras expectativas. A continuación les incluyo las actividades que el Equipo Cedillo, las organizaciones comunitarias, sus vecinos y la Ciudad han realizado en estas semanas recientes, y los exhorto a tomarse un momento para agradecerles. A todos quienes han donado, se han ofrecido como voluntarios o prestado asistencia de diferentes maneras, gracias por su servicio.

Sinceramente,

Gil Cedillo

Concejal, Distrito 1

Facebook: @CMGilbertCedillo

Instagram: CMGilbertCedillo

Twitter: @CMGilbertCedillo

Website: www.GilCedillo.com

 


Boletín informativo

30 de marzo de 2020

TRABAJANDO PARA TI

Concilio analizó los primeros pasos para comprar Hillside Villa Apartments 

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El viernes, el Concilio analizó los primeros pasos para buscar que la Ciudad compre Hillside Villa Apartments a través de un expropiación mercantil. Ubicado en Chinatown, este complejo alberga a más de 120 familias, muchas de las cuales enfrentan altos aumentos de alquiler debido al vencimiento del pacto de asequibilidad de 30 años en el edificio. El Concejal Cedillo está consciente de que incluso mientras protegemos a los inquilinos con dificultades económicas durante la emergencia del coronavirus, no puede ignorar las dificultades que muchos de nuestros residentes enfrentaban desde antes. Hillside Villa es una de las muchas unidades de vivienda asequible construidas hace treinta años que ya no tienen que serlo porque se cumplió el plazo. Si la Ciudad va a mantener su lucha para resolver la crisis de vivienda, el Concejal Cedillo quiere asegurarse de no perder irreparablemente las pocas unidades asequibles existentes. 

Concilio discutió y aprobó nuevas ordenanzas relacionadas con el coronavirus

 

 

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En Concilio de la Ciudad en reunión especial abordó múltiples problemas críticos relacionados con la amenaza del coronavirus y la emergencia de salud pública. Entre ellos, los primeros pasos legislativos para brindar más apoyo a los residentes de Los Ángeles durante esta crisis. El Consejo discutió y aprobó nuevas ordenanzas, incluidas mas protecciones para los trabajadores de supermercados, farmacias y entregas, una ampliación de la licencia por enfermedad con goce de sueldo para los trabajadores de negocios grandes en toda la ciudad, y un nuevo requisito para que las tiendas de comestibles dediquen una hora exclusiva para las personas con mayor riesgo durante la emergencia. El Concejal Cedillo se aseguró de que todas las pequeñas empresas estuvieran protegidas y advertidas de estas nuevas políticas. Damos gracias a las pequeñas empresas por comunicarnos sus recomendaciones y comentarios durante este tiempo difícil. Estas medidas representan solo el inicio de los esfuerzos extraordinarios del Concilio para ayudar a que los angelinos superemos esta crisis con salud, bienestar y una calidad de vida más duradera.

Concilio aprueba la Iniciativa Cedillo que exige a tiendas de alimentos dedicar la primera hora de negocios a los ancianos, discapacitados y a quienes cuidan de ellos LA Times Grocery Shoppers 3-27-2020 Cheryl A.Guerrero

Foto: Cheryl A. Guerrero

El Ayuntamiento aprobó la ordenanza

que requerirá que las tiendas minoristas de alimentos, como supermercados y tiendas, dediquen la primera hora de negocios a personas mayores de 60 años, a discapacitados y a quienes cuidan de ellos. Es una medida que muchos propietarios de negocios implementaron voluntariamente desde la semana pasada como respuesta al aumento de la demanda provocada por la emergencia del COVID-19; ahora la medida, que se aprobó el viernes por votación unánime durante una reunión especial del Concilio de la Ciudad -que solo espera la firma del alcalde-, lo hará obligada para todos los supermercados. La ordenanza define como tienda minorista de alimentos a los establecimientos que venden principalmente comida enlatada, productos secos, frutas frescas, verduras, carne, pescado y pollo.

Según la ordenanza, Costco también deberá cumplir con la nueva regla, así como cualquier tienda similar de membresías que cumpla con los parámetros de mercancía mencionados anteriormente.

Las tiendas que tienen menos de 2,500 pies cuadrados están exentas, al igual que los restaurantes que venden provisiones. Las tiendas que tienen un tamaño de entre 2,500 y 10,000 pies cuadrados deben cumplir con la nueva ordenanza al menos tres días por semana; es obligatorio todos los días para tiendas de más de 10,000 pies cuadrados.

(Por Jenn Harris, L.A.Times, 27 de marzo de 2020)

REPORTE DEL CORONAVIRUS

Mantente sano y salvo

 

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PRUEBAS

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En este momento en Los Ángeles, las pruebas son limitadas. Estamos trabajando para obtener mas pruebas lo antes posible y proporcionarlas a todos los angelinos que la necesiten.

Estas pruebas están estrictamente limitadas para los residentes de Los Ángeles que se encuentran en las categorías de mayor riesgo y vulnerabilidad.

Las personas elegibles para la prueba en este momento incluyen:

  • Personas mayores de 65 años con síntomas.
  • Personas con síntomas que tienen enfermedades crónicas.
  • Personas sujetas a un período de aislamiento obligatorio de 14 días debido a una exposición confirmada del COVID-19 (más de 7 días de aislamiento restante).

Para mas información sobre las pruebas, visite nuestro link de preguntas y respuestas.

Encuentre aquí información sobre las pruebas gratuitas de la Ciudad

Trece centros recreativos convertidos en refugios para personas sin hogar combate la propagación de COVID-19

Echo Park Community Center Exterior

Echo Park Community Center - Foto: Google Maps

Echo Park Community Center Interior

Echo Park Community Center - Foto: Steve Weingarten

Para combatir la propagación de COVID-19, la Ciudad de Los Ángeles agregó miles de camas de refugio de emergencia, albergando a personas sin hogar como parte de los esfuerzos integrales para frenar la propagación de esta enfermedad sin precedentes.

Guiados por funcionarios del Departamento de Salud Pública (DPH), equipos de la Ciudad están trasladando a las personas sin hogar más vulnerables, frágiles y de mayor edad a los refugios de emergencia en donde tendrán acceso a servicios sanitarios e higiénicos. El DPH considera que los campamentos de desamparados son un mayor riesgo para la transmisión comunitaria y una mayor amenaza para la salud pública en general, que llevar a las personas sin hogar en riesgo, a entornos controlados con un riguroso monitoreo sanitario.

En el Distrito 1, el Centro Comunitario Echo Park, ubicado en el 303 Patton St., Los Ángeles, CA 90026 se ha convertido en refugio de COVID-19.

Propósito de Refugios de Emergencia

Proporcionar camas de refugio seguro a residentes sin hogar.

  • Albergar personas sin hogar con mayor riesgo de contraer COVID-19.
  • Reducir riesgos de contagio ofreciendo un techo más seguro para desamparados con acceso a higiene y saneamiento.

El alcalde toma medidas para implementar este esfuerzo, que incluyen:

Coordinación con el Concilio para utilizar $ 20 millones en fondos de reserva para ayuda de emergencia

  • Agregar 1,600 camas de refugio en trece centros recreativos y agregar docenas de lugares más en los próximos días con más de 6,000 camas proporcionadas por la Cruz Roja Americana.
  • Trabajar con el Condado, LAHSA y otras instituciones para identificar a las personas sin hogar con mayor riesgo de coronavirus.
  • Activar el programa de Trabajadores de Servicio en casos de Desastres (Disaster Service Worker), que ocupará a algunos empleados de la Ciudad en funciones temporales para ayudar en los esfuerzos.

Puntos claves

 Los centros se mantendrán homogéneos: en uno, mayores de 55 años, de alto riesgo y no enfermas; en otro, más jóvenes, de menor riesgo, pero posiblemente enfermos.

  • Autobuses del Departamento de Transporte de Los Ángeles (LADOT) harán rutas especiales para recoger a las personas sin hogar a las 2 p.m. hoy y llevarlos a refugios.
  • Equipos del Departamento de Salud Pública (DPH) / Autoridad de Servicios para Personas sin Hogar de Los Ángeles (LAHSA) inspeccionarán cada sitio esta tarde para garantizar protocolos, siguiendo la guía del DPH
  • Las personas entrarán aproximadamente a las 5 p.m.

Operación de Refugios

  • Técnicos médicos de emergencia de LAFD y de otras instituciones médicas han sido asignados a cada refugio (1) Para evaluar a los pacientes en admisión, (2) Monitorear la salud de los participantes del programa de manera continua y (3) Evaluar la salud de los internos con protocolos pre establecidos para movilizar a los pacientes a niveles más altos de atención en caso de ser necesario.
  • En coordinación con United Way, se proporcionará alimento a todos los refugiados.
  • Se ocupará un total 454 empleados para los trece refugios con 1,500 camas: 31 de ellos, necesitan experiencia en el sistema de servicios para personas sin hogar, 423 podrían ser personal de la Ciudad.
  • El Departamento de Parques y Recreación (RAP) será el principal operador de la Ciudad con personal y servicios en cada centro. El personal de RAP ha sido capacitado en operaciones de refugio.
  • LAPD asignará a dos oficiales en cada centro, 24/7, para garantizar la seguridad de los refugiados, del personal y de la comunidad circundante.
  • Todos los sitios colocarás las camas a una distancia no menor de 6 pies, y el personal deberá garantizar que se mantenga el distanciamiento social siguiendo las guías del DHP.
  • Habrá depósitos en el refugio para que las personas guarden sus pertenencias.

Donde lavarte las manos en el CD1

Washing Startion 1

Washing Station 2

Ya se han instalado 15 de nuestras 28 estaciones de lavado de manos. Además llegarán otras 40. Los equipos de LASAN supervisan la entrega de estas unidades. Baños: 120 baños serán entregados a CD1. Entregarán 60 unidades ADA lo antes posible hoy y mañana. Se espera que las otras 60 unidades estén disponibles a partir del próximo martes. El Departamento de Servicios Generales está buscando baños adicionales.

REPORTE POR AREA

El equipo Cedillo se prepara para proporcionar comida a nuestros residents

Cedillo Food Bank 6 feet apart

Imagen: Debby Kim

El Equipo Cedillo coordina esfuerzos con miembros de la comunidad para distribuir alimentos y otros recursos muy necesarios a través de entregas directas y otras formas. A continuación vea fotos de las personas beneficiadas con alimentos muy necesarios durante estos tiempos difíciles.

El equipo Cedillo preparó bolsas de comida en Pico Union Project el lunes

Pico Union Project Preping Bags

Pico Union House Prep Bags #2 - 3-25-2020

Pico Union House Prep Bags #3 - 3-25-2020

Pico Union House Prep Bags #4 - 3-25-2020

Pico Union House Prep Bags #5 - 3-25-2020

Foto: Luis Gonzalez

El Equipo Cedillo coordina esfuerzos con miembros de la comunidad para distribuir alimentos y otros recursos muy necesarios a través de entregas directas y otras formas. A continuación vea fotos de las personas beneficiadas con alimentos muy necesarios durante estos tiempos difíciles.

Equipo Cedillo distribuye más de 1,000 mascarillas

HHPNC woman with mask

Foto: Bill Cody

El Equipo Cedillo ha estado entregando mascarillas generosamente donadas por trabajadores de la costura que voluntariamente cambiaron su producción regular a la producción esencial de mascarillas. Entregamos más de 1,000 máscaras esta semana. A continuación fotos de personas con ocupaciones que requieren y recibieron estas mascarillas tan necesarias.

Comunidades del Área Norte

HomeState da el ejemplo con Gift Cards

Homestate Gift Card Giveaway

Foto: Bill Cody

Un feliz ejemplo de cómo trabajar juntos en momentos de crisis. Hace una semana, Andy Valdez, el dueño del restaurante HomeState, dijo que se sentía en ventaja en comparación con muchas personas en esta crisis y quería ayudar. Su idea era sencilla. Comprar algunas tarjetas de regalo (gift cards) para apoyar a su restaurante local y luego entregarlas a personas necesitadas. ¿Pero cómo distribuirlas? Andy llamó al Distrito 1 y solicitó nuestra ayuda. Y sí lo ayudaríamos. Nos comunicamos con dos de nuestras escuelas primarias. El director de Aldama, Sergio Coral, y la directora de Monte Vista, Megan Guerrero, supieron exactamente qué familias necesitaban ayuda. Recibimos las tarjetas y ahora están en manos de familias necesitadas. El paso siguiente será preparar, lanzar y coordinar un programa más amplio que incluya a todos los restaurantes del Distrito 1. ¡Trabajando juntos todos ganamos! En la foto, el director Corral de la primaria Aldama.

Equipo Cedillo entrega mascarillas a Cookbook en Highland Park

Dropping Masks at Cookbook

Foto: Bill Cody

Marta Teegan recibiendo donación en su tienda Cookbook. "... muchas gracias por las mascarillas, definitivamente estamos todos preocupados, pero seguimos alimentando a nuestra comunidad", dijo.

Junta Vecinal de Highland Park recoge mascarillas para instalaciones médicas

HHPNC Dropping Masks 3-26-2020

Foto: Bill Cody

Stephanie Maynetto-Jackson del histórico Highland Park NC recogió mascarillas en el Distrito 1 para dos centros médicos con los que trabajan.

Kindness and Mischief atrae clientes de manera creativa en Highland Park

Mischief & Kindness Rice

Foto: Bill Cody

Kindness and Mischief agregó a sus ventas bolsas de arroz. ¡Buena idea para mantenerse ocupados y sostener a sus empleados!

Comunidades del Área Sur

Preparando la distribución de alimentos en CCNP

CCNP Food Giveaway #1 3-25-2020

CCNP Food Giveaway Prep #2 3-25-2020

CCNP Food Giveaway Prep #3 3-25-2020

Foto: Luis Gonzalez

Equipo Cedillo preparando bolsas para la distribución de comida en CCNP esta semana

Distribución de Comida en LA Red Shield

Salvation Army Giveaway #1 3-27-2020

Salvation Army Giveaway #2 - 3-27-2020

Foto: Salvation Army - Red Shield

Más de 700 familias del Distrito1 recibieron alimentos gratis en LA Red Shield.

Preparando frutas y verduras para regalar en el Jardín Comunitario de Westlake

Westlake Community Garden Prep

Foto: Luis Gonzalez

Esta semana, preparando la distribución gratuita de frutas y verduras en el Westlake Community Garden con CultivaLA esta semana.

CultivaLA distribuye alimentos alrededor de la estación Rampart del LAPD

Westlake Community Garden Photo 1 - 3-27-2020

CultivaLA Plot Food Giveaway 3-26-2020

CultivaLA Plot Food Giveaway Longshot 3-26-2020

Foto: Steve Weingarten

Comenzó hoy la distribución gratuita de alimentos en CultivaLA en Westlake.

Centro Comunitario L.A Red Shield

Salvation Army Logo

LA Red Shield Bags 3-25-2020

Foto: Luis Gonzalez

LA Red Shield Community Center está cerrado pero tiene su programa de servicios sociales disponible y prepara y proporciona alimentos a las personas que los necesiten. Están ubicados en 1532 W 11th Street, Los Ángeles, CA 90015.

Abre los lunes y miércoles de 9 a.m. a 4 p.m., viernes para personas de la tercera edad de 7 a.m. a 11 a.m., servicios sociales a las 12 p.m. - 4 p.m.

Mascarillas entregadas en Berendo Middle School

Berendo Middle School Masks

Foto: Ghandy Díaz

Equipo Cedillo entregando mascarillas a voluntarios de Grab & Go en Berendo Middle School.

Mascarillas entregadas a CultivaLA en Westlake

Masks Dropped at CultivaLA

Foto: Luis González

Distribuimos más cubre bocas en CultivaLA en Westlake.

Equipo Cedillo entregó bolsas para mandado

Salvation Army Tote Bags 3-26-2020

Foto: Ghandy Díaz

Equipo Cedillo también entregó bolsas para mandado a personas mayores el jueves en The Salvation Army-Red Shield.

Equipo Cedillo distribuyó mascarillas en Pico-Union, Westlake y University Park

El equipo Cedillo ha estado entregando mascarillas de tela que fueron generosamente donadas por trabajadores de la costura que voluntariamente cambiaron su producción regular a la de estas mascarillas para donarlas a negocios esenciales y puedan distribuir sus productos alimenticios de manera segura a nuestros constribuyentes. Esta semana fueron entregadas a empresas y negocios esenciales en Pico Union y University Park. 

Masks Dropped at Adelita Bakery

Foto: Ghandy Diaz

Hoy entregamos mascarillas a La Adelita Bakery; así podrán distribuir alimentos de manera más segura a nuestros contribuyentes.

Dropping Masks at Garibaldi Carniceria 3-26-2020

Foto: Ghandy Diaz

Restaurant así como a Garibaldi Carnicería & Market en el Distrito 1; así podrán distribuir alimentos de manera más segura a nuestros contribuyentes.

Dropping Masks at El Centro Del Pueblo 3-26-2020Foto: Ghandy Diaz

Esta semana hicimos nuestra entrega de mascarilla a El Centro del Pueblo – Rampart GRYD en el Distrito 1; así podrán distribuir alimentos de manera más segura a nuestros contribuyentes.

Masks Dropped at 99 Cent Store 3-26-2020

Foto: Ghandy Diaz

Esta semana hicimos nuestra entrega a la Tienda 99 Cent (Pico-Union) en el Distrito 1; así podrán distribuir alimentos de manera más segura a nuestros contribuyentes.

Dropped Masks at Pete's Burgers in University Park

Foto: Ghandy Diaz

Hicimos nuestro envío a Pete’s Burgers – University Park en el Distrito 1; así podrán distribuir alimentos de manera más segura a nuestros contribuyentes.

Distrito 1 hizo varias entregas a otras empresas y organizaciones para mantenerlos seguros a ellos y a sus clients.

Masks Delivered to Salvation Army 6-26-2020

National Health Foundation 3-26-2020

La Pupusa Uban Eatery 3-26-2020

El Parian Restaurant 3-26-2020

7-11 Washington & Hoover 3-26-2020

El jueves, el equipo Cedillo dejó máscaras el 7/11, un negocio esencial en Westlake.

7-11 Pico & Westmoreland 3-26-2020

Dropping Masks at INDEPSCA Day Laborers

Foto: Ghandy Diaz

Hoy hicimos nuestra entrega de mascarilla a jornaleros en IDEPSCA en el Distrito 1 para que puedan trabajar de manera segura.

St Thomas Drop MasksFoto: Ghandy Diaz

Hoy, el Equipo Cedillo entregó máscaras a la Iglesia de Santo Tomás Apóstol para que puedan proporcionar servicios de manera segura.

Equipo Cedillo ofrece mascarillas a VOA-GRYD, ya que distribuyen productos esenciales a sus clientes

VOA GRYD Masks Dropped

Foto: Ghandy Diaz

El equipo Cedillo ha estado entregando mascarillas de tela que fueron generosamente donadas por trabajadores de la costura que voluntariamente cambiaron su producción regular a la de estas mascarillas para donarlas a empresas y organizaciones esenciales.

El equipo Cedillo distribuyó máscaras a VOA-GRYD para su uso, ya que distribuyen productos esenciales a sus clientes. Gracias por todo su trabajo VOA-GYRD Intervention Rampart 2 #lagryd

Continental Gourmet Delivers Empanadas to Casa Carmen in Pico Union

Sergio Mortara Drops Empanadas Casa Carmen 3-27-2020

Foto: Ghandy Díaz

Muchas gracias a Sergio Mortara y Continental Gourmet por su donación de 200 empanadas para nuestros adultos mayores de Casa Carmen en Pico-Union.

Texis Restaurant ofrece pupusa o taco gratis

Texis Restaurant

Foto: Nery Larios

Restaurante Texis ofrece una pupusa o un taco gratis para llevar a quien lo necesite. La oferta es válida de 11 a.m. a 6 p.m. en el Restaurante Texis, ubicado en 2813 West Pico Blvd., Los Angeles California 90006. (323) 734-8803.

RECURSOS BASICOS

COMIDA

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Horario especial de tiendas de abarrotes para personas mayores y otras vulnerables

Grocery Stores

Lincoln Heights Farmers Market

Highland Park Farmers Market

LAUSD'S Grab and Go

 

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El Distrito Escolar ha abierto los Centros de Alimentos Grab & Go, ofreciendo 60 sitios en donde las familias pueden recoger alimentos para sus hijos. Los centros están abiertos de lunes a viernes de 7 am a 10 am, y cada niño puede llevar a casa dos comidas nutritivas. Encuentre las ubicaciones en achieve.lausd.net/resources y mapas en https://www.google.com/maps/d/u/0/viewer…

 

Grab and Go dentro y cerca del Distrito 1

Berendo Middle School
1157 S. Berendo St., Los Angeles 90006

Liechty Middle School
650 S. Union Ave., Los Angeles 90017

Sotomayor Arts/Sciences Magnet
2050 N. San Fernando Road, Los Angeles 90065

Lincoln Senior High School
3501 N. Broadway, Los Angeles 90031

Dr. Julian Nava Learning Academy
1420 E. Adams Blvd., Los Angeles 90011

Cercanos al Distrito 1

Burbank Middle School
6460 N. Figueroa St., Los Angeles 90042

Líneas directas de Coronavirus del LAUSD

Familias: (213) 443-1300

Empleados: (213) 241-2700

La línea directa opera de 6 a.m. a 6 p.m., de lunes a sábado.

No dude en llamarnos si tiene alguna duda sobre COVID-19.

Mapas para encontrar alimentos

El contralor de Los Angeles Ron Galperin lanzo en línea el mapa “Food Access in LA” con útiles detalles para encontrar comida para comprar o gratuita en https://lacontroller.org/data-stories-a…/food-access-in-l-a/ que contiene mapas de tiendas de abarrotes, centros Grab and Go del Distrito Escolar y Mercados sobre ruedas a través de la Ciudad con el fin de ayudar a las personas a encontrar comida y otros productos básicos que los mantenga saludables durante esta pandemia.

ELA Dept of Aging Food

 

Restaurantes que ofrecen Pick Up o Entrega

 

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Lincoln Heights

 

Maracas Café and Catering

maracascafeandcatering.com

3300 N Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90031

(323) 225-0506

 

Highland Park

 

La Fuente Address: 5707 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042
Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 8:30PM · See more hours

 

Chico's Restaurant, 100 N Avenue 50, Highland Park, CA 90042

Chico's http://www.chicosmenu.com/      

(323) 254-2445

 

Cookbook

5611 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042 (323) 507-2051

Cookbook http://www.cookbookla.com/

 

Civil Coffee

5629 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042

Civil Coffee https://civilcoffee.com/

 

Triple Beam Pizza

5918 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042

Triple Beam https://www.triplebeampizza.com/    

(323) 545-3534

 

Baja Cali Fish and Tacos

5831 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles CA 90042
IG: bajacalifishandtacos

Baja Cali https://www.bajacalifishandtacos.com/highland-park-figueroa…

(323) 507-2588

 

El Pescador

5230 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042

El Pescador https://www.facebook.com/elpescadorhighlandpark

(323) 255-8164

 

Home State

5611 N Figueroa St Unit 1 Los Angeles CA 90042

HomeState https://www.myhomestate.com/highland-park-los-angeles/

IG: homestate

(323) 204-9397

 

Delicias Bakery

5567 N Figueroa St, Highland Park, CA 90042

Delicias http://www.deliciasbakeryandsome.com/about-us.html

(323) 259-9306

 

Kitchen Mouse

5904 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042

Kitchen Mouse https://www.kitchenmousela.com/

(323) 259-9555

 

Kindness and Mischief

5537 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042

Kindness and Mischief www.kandmcoffee.com

 

Folliero’s Italian Food

5566 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042

folliero's https://foursquare.com/v/follieros-italian-food-and-…/…/menu

(323) 254-0505

 

Antigua Bread

5703 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042

antigua bread https://www.antiguabread.com/

(323) 259-9345

 

Las Cazuelas

5707 N. Figueroa St., Los Angeles, CA 90042

Las Cazuelas

(323) 255-4719

Highland Park Florist

5731 N. Figueroa St.,

Los Angeles, CA, 90042
(323) 257-5552

 

Mr. Holmes Bakehouse

Bread starting kits

111 S Av 59, Los Angeles, CA 90042

(323) 739-0473

 

Bionicos La Palapa
5560 N. Figueroa St., Los Angeles, CA 90042
(323) 255-2311

 

Hippo

5916 1/2 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042 · ~4 mi

(323) 545-3536

 

Pico Union/Westlake

 

Taco Bravo

1400 W. Pico Blvd

213/749-0853

https://goo.gl/maps/jEG2gF7Bgh87oRXU9

 

Zamora Brothers

1559 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90015

213/385-5553

https://goo.gl/maps/6cBUCdxByuopWrjC9

 

Lucy's Drive Thru

1568 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90015

(213) 384-0721

https://goo.gl/maps/cp8d7Bh3QirMuLb29

 

Pizza Hut

1562 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90015

(213) 388-6111

https://goo.gl/maps/x7ASUSsFaLvVrPrz6

 

Flavors of Thai

1275 S Union Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90015

(213) 263-2535

https://goo.gl/maps/awkWj1XSbEuHMzCKA

 

La Adelita

1287 S Union Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90015

(213) 487-0176

https://goo.gl/maps/Vq7Gq4HQ6232DAHV6

 

Huicho's Bakery

1250 Vermont Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(213) 385-3957

https://goo.gl/maps/bshWjFbT6zu7HT85A

 

La 27 Restaurante Nicuraguense

1830 W Pico Blvd # C, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(213) 387-2467

https://goo.gl/maps/a9wxJNkvv8wr1GKv7

 

Papa Cristo's

2771 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(323) 737-2970

https://g.page/papa-cristos?share

 

King Taco #10

2020 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(213) 384-8115

https://goo.gl/maps/bRJeuijUTrnRWKnz8

 

Margarita's Mexican Food

2101 W Pico Blvd # A5, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(213) 738-5205

https://g.page/margaritas-mexican-food?share

 

Jack in the Box

2120 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(213) 252-8209

https://goo.gl/maps/hdz7AMCD9RdcciMF8

 

Happy Taco

1309 Hoover St, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(213) 352-9313

https://goo.gl/maps/4YWpaKtNyi7FFnbM6

 

Pollos El Brasero

2281 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(213) 381-6060

https://goo.gl/maps/ZHfG78aTYUKMSLjb6

 

Dino's Chicken & Burgers

2575 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(213) 380-3554

https://goo.gl/maps/wUZPUu11PbKWJGyaA

 

La Pupusa Urban Eatery
1051 W Washington Blvd Unit G
Instagram: @LAPUPUSADTLA

213-749-4573

 

El Charro Restaurant
1621 W 6th St, Los Angeles, CA 90017

(213) 292-0668

https://www.charromexicanfood.com/

 

Sabor Columbiano

213-388-0150

323-327- 5752

847 S Union Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90017

 

Papa Cristos

papacristos.com

2771 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(323) 737-2970

 

Echo Park and Tempe Beaudry

 

Button Mash
1391 West Sunset Blvd
www.buttonmashla.com
Only Carryout is being offered

 

Adamae.la
1538 Sunset Blvd
213-266-8001
Carry Out

 

Petra Burgers on Sunset
1524 W. Sunset Blvd
213-250-0301
Carry Out and Delivery

 

Tsuabki
1356 Allison
213-900-4900
tsuabki.com
Carry out Delivery

 

Guisados
1261 West Sunset Blvd
www.guisados.com
Carryout

 

Eighfold Coffee
1294 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026
213-947-3500
Carryout Only

 

The Parks Finest
1267 West Temple Street
213-481-2800
Carry Out and Delivery

 

K Bakery
1258 West Temple Street
213-481-7511
Carryout only

 

Eastside Market
1013 Alpine Street
213-250-2464
Carryout and Delivery

 

Chinatown

 

ABC Food Restaurant

205 Ord Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-680-2887

        

Blossom Vietnamese Restaurants

415 Gin Ling Way

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-626-8345

 

CBS Seafood

700 N. Spring Streets

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-617-2323

 

Chinese Friends Restaurant

984 North Broadway Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-972-9089

 

East Garden Restaurant

750 North Hill Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-935-8300

 

E-Sea Fresh Restaurant

1100 N. Main Street, #E

Los Angeles, CA 9012

323-276-5835

 

Foo-Chow Restaurant

949 North Hill Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-485-1294

 

Fortune Gourmet Kitchen

727 N. Broadway Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-628-8188

 

Full House Seafood

963 North Hill Street

Los Angeles CA, 90012

213-617-8382

 

Full Moon House

960 North Hill Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

(213) 537-0792

 

Gigo’s Café & Deli

853 North Broadway Street

213-229-8889

 

Golden Dragon Restaurant

960 North Broadway Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-626-2039

 

Highland Park Brewery

1220 N. Spring Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-878-9017

 

Homegirl Cafe

130 Bruno Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-617-0380


Hong Kong BBQ Restaurant

803 N. Broadway Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-687-7238

 

Hop Li Seafood Restaurant

526 Alpine Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-680-3939

 

Hop Woo BBQ & Seafood Restaurants

845 N. Broadway Street

213-617-3038

 

Intiraymi Restaurants

633 N. Spring Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-617-0573

 

Jade Wok

625 W. College Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-628-8288

 

Kim Chuy Restaurants

727 N. Broadway # 103

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-687-7215


LASA

717 N. Broadway Street

Los Angeles CA 90012, # 120

213-443-6163

 

PHO 87

1019 N. Broadway Street

323-227-0758

 

The Little Jewel of New Orleans

207 Ord Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-680-0461

 

Lao Tao Taiwanese Street Food

727 N. Broadway Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-372-5318

 

Mayflower Seafood Restaurant

679 N. Spring Street

213-628-0116

 

Nick’s Café

1300 N. Spring Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

323-222-1450

 

Placita Café

711 N. Main Street, #105

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-620-0774

Plum Tree Inn
913 N. Broadway Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
213-613-1819

 

Phoenix Bakery Inc
969 N. Broadway Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
213-628-4642

 

Phoenix Inn Chinese Cuisine
301 Ord Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
213-629-2812

 

Spring Street Smokehouse BBQ
620 N. Spring Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
213-626-0535

 

Qui West Noodle Soup
727 N. Broadway Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
213-687-1063


Quiwestnoodle.com

Won Kok Restaurant
210 Alpine Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
213-613-0700

 

For more restaurant recommendations please email Conrado TerrazasCross

AGUA

Mensaje de LADWP sobre el servicio de energía y agua durante la pandemia de coronavirus / COVID-19c

Para ayudar a los usuarios a superar cualquier dificultad económica que pueda resultar del Coronavirus / COVID-19, el DWP ofrece planes para extensión de pagos. El usuario afectado puede solicitar un plan de pago en línea en LADWP www.ladwp.com o hacer arreglos llamando al 1-800-DIAL-DWP (1-800-342-5397). Por el momento, el DWP suspenderá las desconexiones por falta de pago durante el resto de marzo.

 

REFUGIO

Moratoria de Desalojo

HCIDLA Eviction Moratorium Flyer Spanish

HCIDLA Weekend Hours Spanish

 

Atención inquilinos y propietarios: En la ciudad de Los Ángeles está vigente una moratoria temporal que evita los desalojos por falta de pago para personas que no pueden pagar la renta debido a circunstancias relacionadas con el COVID-19. Para más información visite la pagina web.

Línea directa para inquilinos y propietarios

Atención: inquilinos y propietarios de la ciudad de Los Ángeles, durante la moratoria de desalojo #Coronavirus, muchos inquilinos y propietarios tendrán preguntas. Los operadores de la línea directa de HCIDLA estarán disponibles para ayudarles.

LÍNEA DIRECTA: 1-866-557-7368

Horarios:

Lunes a viernes, 8:30 am 4:30 pm; y Sábado y Domingo 10 am 3 pm

Más información: hcidla.lacity.org/covid-19-eviction-moratorium

SALUD Y SEGUROS MÉDICOS

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Testing Poster for the Uninsured

FAQ Uninsured Immigrant Healthcare

Clínicas Comunitarias

Clínicas comunitarias: la persona que no se sienta bien de salud puede acudir a cualquier clínica comunitaria, independientemente si tiene o no tiene seguro médico. Todas las clínicas comunitarias están evaluando a las personas afuera de sus instalaciones para evitar algún riesgo de contagio comunitario. Las personas indocumentadas pueden inscribirse en My Health LA, que sirve como una protección para personas indocumentadas y sin seguro médico. Encuentre una de estas clínicas en: http://dhs.lacounty.gov/wps/portal/dhs/mhla

Si usted siente síntomas, especialmente si no puede respirar, debe llamar al 911.

Community Clinics en or Cerca de CD 1

Community Clnics in CD 1 Page 1B

Community Clnics in CD 1 Page 2B

EMPLEOS

Portal de empleo del alcalde

El alcalde Garcetti anunció su nuevo portal de empleos un enlace único para los angelinos que están sin trabajo como resultado de la crisis de COVID-19. Este sitio será actualizado con los recursos y enlistados más relevantes.

Recursos de EWDD de la Ciudad de Los Ángeles, durante el brote de COVID-19

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NEGOCIOS

El Departamento de Desarrollo Económico y Fuerza Laboral destina $11 millones a micropréstamos sin intereses de $5,000 a $20,000

El alcalde Eric Garcetti anunció un paquete de ayuda económica de $11 millones para pequeñas empresas afectadas por el nuevo coronavirus (COVID-19).

El Departamento de Desarrollo Económico y Fuerza Laboral proporcionará $11 millones en micro préstamos sin intereses de $5,000 a $20,000, que pueden utilizarse para cubrir el capital laboral. Dado que el flujo de efectivo es crítico en este momento sin precedentes, el programa tendrá requisitos básicos sin pedir un mínimo de puntaje de crédito, condiciones de pago generosas y una relación de pago del préstamo del 100%. La tasa de interés será del 0% por un período de seis meses a un año, o del 3% al 5% por un período de hasta cinco años.

El programa de microcréditos viene acompañado con el manual Small Business Resilience Toolkit (un kit de herramientas de supervivencia para pequeñas empresas), que se distribuye digitalmente e incluye información vital sobre políticas y programas de emergencia federales, estatales, del condado y de la ciudad que afectan a las pequeñas empresas. También ofrece estrategias para enfrentar los efectos del COVID-19 en las empresas, incluidas las normas para mantener a los empleados seguros, continuar con las operaciones a la máxima capacidad posible, así como planes de recuperación y continuidad comercial.

Para solicitar un microcrédito o ver el kit de herramientas, visit.

 

TRANSPORTACIÓN

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DMV Covid-19 Closure

Alcalde Garcetti disminuye restricciones del DMV a solicitud del Concejal Cedillo

El Concejal Cedillo solicitó al alcalde Garcetti disminuir las restricciones del DMV, que son importantes durante tiempos normales, pero en este periodo de crisis podrían ser un obstáculo innecesario para los conductores. Por fortuna, el alcalde accedió a omitir infracciones por registro de vehículo y licencia de conducir vencidos. Acatando la orden de Más Seguro en Casa del 19 de marzo de 2020, es posible que algunos residentes de Los Ángeles no puedan acudir a una oficina del DMV para renovar su licencia de conducir, su identificación o registro de vehículo. Si es así, entonces no deben ser penalizados por el incumplimiento de estas disposiciones.

El alcalde ordenó a LADOT que sus oficiales se abstengan de multar o remolcar cualquier vehículo con el registro vencido durante este período de emergencia. No obstante, los dueños de autos, serán responsables de obedecer otras restricciones de conformidad con las leyes locales, estatales y de emergencia.

El alcalde también ordenó al jefe de policía que durante este período de emergencia sus oficiales se abstengan de multar a los conductores por licencias de conducir o registros de vehículos vencidos que hayan expirado en los últimos seis meses. Se espera que los conductores de la Ciudad de Los Ángeles obedezcan todas las demás leyes; nada en este memorando sugiere que el Departamento de Policía pasará por alto todas las otras infracciones de tránsito, de conformidad con las leyes locales, estatales y de emergencia.

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CUMPLIENDO CON LA LEY

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La órden de emergencia "Más seguro en Casa" se aplicará estrictamente

La orden de emergencia "Más Seguro en Casa" se hará cumplir estrictamente: el alcalde Garcetti y el fiscal de la ciudad Mike Feuer aseguraron que la orden de se aplicará enérgicamente. "Más Segura en Casa" requiere que los angelinos se mantengan en sus residencias durante la emergencia de la pandemia del COVID-19. Complete un formulario de queja aquí:Escritorio del asistente del alcalde (para denunciar violaciones de Safer at Home): 213-978-1028 o mayor.helpdesk@lacity.org

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Servicios de Consulados

El Consulado General de México en Los Ángeles continuará atendiendo casos de emergencia en la expedición de documentos y protección. Si requiere información o tiene alguna emergencia comuníquese a nuestro centro de llamadas al 213 351 6800 ó escríbanos a lapublico@sre.gob.mx o llame al número de protección 213 219 0175.

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Sample_3_Newsletter_Header.jpgFriends,

We are now in our second week of Safer at Home, and the City is still coming to terms with all that needs to change in order to ensure the health and welfare of all our residents. This is the most serious immediate crisis Los Angeles has faced in years, if not decades, but our community is standing strong as one, with organizations and individuals providing help when our neighbors need it.

I wanted to specially connect with you this week to show what those organizations and individuals are doing. Their love for the community knows no bounds: my team and I count on their support at times like this, and they have exceeded everyone's expectations. I have included below the efforts Team Cedillo, community organizations, your neighbors, and the City have made these past few weeks, and let us all take a moment to thank them. For all who have donated, volunteered, or otherwise given assistance, thank you for your service.

Sincerely,

Gil Cedillo Councilmember, First District

Facebook: @CMGilbertCedillo

Instagram: CMGilbertCedillo

Twitter: @CMGilbertCedillo

Website: www.GilCedillo.com

 


Week of March 14-27, 2020

LEGISLATIVE UPDATE

Council Discussed First Steps in Seeking the Purchase of Hillside Villa Apartments

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On Friday, City Council discussed the first steps in seeking the purchase of Hillside Villa Apartments by the City through eminent domain. Hillside Villa Apartments, located in Chinatown, hosts over 120 families, many of whom are facing severe rent increases due to the expiration of the 30-year affordability covenant on the building. Councilmember Cedillo knows that even while we protect renters from the financial hardship during the coronavirus emergency, we cannot ignore the hardships many of our residents were already facing before the crisis began. Hillside Villa is representative of the many affordable housing units built thirty years ago that are no longer mandated as affordable; if the City is to progress in its fight in the still-ongoing housing crisis, Councilmember Cedillo wants to make sure that we are not irreparably losing the few affordable units already available.

Council Discussed and Passed New Ordinances Related to Novel Coronavirus

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The City Council special meeting debated multiple critical community issues related to the novel coronavirus threat and public health emergency. As part of the first legislative steps taken in providing further support to residents and communities across Los Angeles during this crisis. Council discussed and passed new ordinances, including new protections for grocery, drugstore, and delivery workers, an expansion of available paid sick leave to protect workers at larger businesses throughout the City, and a new requirement for groceries to dedicate an hour of business exclusively for our neighbors most at risk during the emergency. Councilman Cedillo also ensured that all small businesses were protected and thoughtfully cared for when considering these new policies. Thank you to our small businesses for reaching out to us with recommendations and input during this time. This represents only the beginning of the Council's extraordinary efforts to help all Angelenos make it through this crisis with their health, wellbeing, and livelihoods preserved.

Council Passes Councilman Cedillo's Initiative Requiring Food Stores to Dedicated First Hour of Business to Elderly, Disabled and those who care for them

 LA Times Grocery Shoppers 3-27-2020 Cheryl A.Guerrero

Photo Credit: Cheryl A. Guerrero

The City Council Passed an ordinance that will require retail food stores such as supermarkets and convenience stores to dedicate the first hour of business to the elderly, the disabled and those who care for them. It’s a move many retailers voluntarily implemented last week in response to the increased demand brought on by the recent COVID-19 shutdowns, but the measure — which passed by a unanimous vote during a City Council meeting Friday — makes it standard across the board. It is now awaiting the mayor’s signature. The ordinance defines any retail food store as a grocery store and convenience store that primarily sells canned food, dry goods, fresh fruits, vegetables, meat, fish and poultry.

Under the ordinance, Costco would also be required to abide by the new rule, as well as any “membership-only warehouse club” that meets the above merchandise parameters.

Stores that are less than 2,500 square feet are exempt, as are restaurants that sell market provisions. Stores that are between 2,500 and 10,000 square feet in size are required to abide by the new ordinance on at least three business days each week; it’s mandatory every day for stores larger than 10,000 square feet.

The city has designated people who are 60 and above as elderly. (LA Times, by Jenn Harris, Staff Writer, March 27,2020)

CORONAVIRUS UPDATE

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TESTING

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At this time, testing is limited in Los Angeles. We are working to expand testing as quickly as possible to provide this service to all Angelenos who need it.

For the moment, these tests are strictly limited to residents of Los Angeles who are in the most high-risk categories and most vulnerable.

Individuals eligible for testing at this time include:

  • Those with symptoms who are 65 and older
  • Those with symptoms who have underlying chronic health conditions
  • Those who are subject to a mandatory 14 day quarantine period due to a confirmed COVID-19 exposure (with more than 7 days of quarantine remaining)

For more questions about testing, please visit our FAQ for answers to frequently asked questions.

Information on City’s Free Testing Here

Thirteen Recreation Centers Converted to Homeless Shelters to Combat Spread of COVID-19

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Echo Park Community Center - Photo Credit: Google Maps

Echo Park Community Center Interior

Echo Park Community Center - Photo Credit: Steve Weingarten

To further combat the spread of COVID-19, the City of Los Angeles is adding thousands of emergency shelter beds to help get homeless Angelenos indoors more quickly as part of comprehensive efforts to slow the spread of this unprecedented disease.

On the guidance of Department of Public Health (DPH) officials, the City is moving the most at risk frail and elderly unsheltered individuals indoors where they will have improved access to sanitation and hygiene services. DPH has shared with the City that community transmission through encampments poses a greater threat to general public health than by bringing individuals indoors into controlled environments with hygiene facilities and rigorous health monitoring.

In CD 1, the Echo Park Community Center, 303 Patton St., Los Angeles, CA 90026 is the COVID-19 Shelter in Council District 1 in the first phase of this effort.

Purpose of Shelter Expansion:

Provide safe indoor shelter beds for those residents experiencing unsheltered

Homelessness who are at the highest risk of COVID-19 contraction

Take a harm reduction approach to sheltering, by offering a safer indoor location for
residents with improved access to hygiene and sanitation

The Mayor is taking several actions to implement this effort, including:

Partnering with the City Council to use $20 million in budget reserve funds on emergency relief efforts

Adding 1,600 emergency shelter beds in thirteen City recreation centers by the end of this week, and scaling up to dozens of more locations in the coming days with more than 6,000 beds provided by the American Red Cross.

Working with the County, LAHSA, and other partners to identify individuals in the homeless population who face the greatest risk from the novel coronavirus.

Activating the Disaster Service Worker program, which will place some City employees in temporary roles to assist efforts.

Key Facts

Populations at centers will be kept homogeneous (segregated by gender, older than 55, high risk and not sick; younger, lower risk, but possibly sick in another.

Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT) buses will begin special routes to pick up the identified homeless at 2 p.m. today and take them to shelters

Department of Public Health (DPH)/ Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA) Strike Teams will inspect each site this afternoon to ensure protocols, DPH-guided process is followed

Doors will open and folks will be going in at approximately 5 p.m.

Operations of Shelters:

LAFD Emergency Medical Technicians and other street medicine providers are assigned to each new facility to (1) screen clients upon intake, (2) monitor the health of program participants on an ongoing basis, and (3) escalate health concerns using established protocols to move clients to higher levels of care.

Through partnership with United Way, meals will be provided to all shelter residents

A total of up to 454 staff will be needed to staff the thirteen identified sites with 1,500 beds: 31 of these need experience in the homeless services system, 423 could be City staff.

The Department of Recreation and Parks (RAP) will be the City’s lead agency for site staffing and operations. RAP staff have already undergone training for shelter operations.

LAPD is committing two uniformed officers at each site, 24/7, to ensure the safety of
clients, staff, and the surrounding community.

All sites will follow DPH recommendations to place cots no closer than 6 feet apart,
and program staff will be focused on ensuring social distancing is maintained.

Storage will be provided on site for individuals to place their belongings.

Hand Washing Stations installed in CD1

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15 of our 28 hand washing stations have been installed. In addition to these 28 another 40 are to arrive. Daily LASAN field crews are verifying delivery of these units.

Toilets: 120 toilets we be delivered to CD1. They will deliver 60 ADA units ASAP today / tomorrow; The other 60 units are expected to go out starting next Tuesday. General Services Department is looking for additional bathrooms.

 

FIELD UPDATE

Team Cedillo Steps Up to Provide Food for Our Constituents

Cedillo Food Bank 6 feet apart

Design Credit: Debby Kim

Team Cedillo Prepared Food Bags at Pico Union Project on Monday

Pico Union Project Preping Bags

Pico Union House Prep Bags #2 - 3-25-2020

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Pico Union House Prep Bags #5 - 3-25-2020

Photo Credit: Luis Gonzalez

Team Cedillo is working with community partners to distributed much needed food and other resources through giveaways and other creative ways. Below are photos of the many constituents that were brought much needed nourishment during these tough times.

Team Cedillo Distributes Over 1,000 Masks

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Historic Highland Park Neighborhood Council Member Prepares to Distribute Masks to Essential Busineses

Photo Credit: Bill Cody

CD 1 has been delivering garment masks that were generously donated by the garment workers who voluntarily shifted their production to masks for essential businesses. We delivered over 1,000 masks this week. Below are photos of some essential businesses receiving these much needed masks.

Northern Area Communities

HomeState Steps Up with Gift Cards

Homestate Gift Card Giveaway

Photo Credit: Bill Cody

A tale of how we work together in this difficult time. A week ago, Andy Valdez, the owner of our local restaurant HomeState called and said she had a long time customer who is in better shape than most right now and wanted to give back. The idea was pretty simple. Buy some gift cards to support their local eatery, and then give the cards to people in need. But how to distribute. Andy called CD1 and asked if we could help. We'll, yes, we could. Next step we reached out to two of our local elementary schools that we partner with. Aldama principal Sergio Coral, and Monte Vista principal Megan Guerrero knew just which families needed help. CD1 got the cards and they are now in the hands of families in need at this time. The final step will be a broader program with all the local CD1 restaurants which we hope to roll out soon. Working together we can win! Pictured Principal Corral from Aldama Elementary.

Team Cedillo Delivers Masks to Cookbook in Highland Park

Dropping Masks at Cookbook

Photo Credit: Bill Cody

Dropping off to Marta Teegan and her grocery store Cookbook. "... thanks so much for the masks, we are definitely all overwhelmed, but we are continuing to feed our community"

Highland Park Neighborhood Council Picks Up Masks for Medical Facilities

HHPNC Dropping Masks 3-26-2020

Photo Credit: Bill Cody

Stephanie Maynetto-Jackson of the Historic Highland Park NC picked up masks from CD1. They will distribute to two medical facilities that they are working with

Creative Methods to Stay In Business by Kindness and Mischief in Highland Park

Mischief & Kindness Rice

Photo Credit: Bill Cody

Kindness and Mischief has bags of rice for sale. Finding creative methods to stay in business and keep their employees!

Southern Area Communities

Getting Ready for Food Distribution at CCNP

CCNP Food Giveaway #1 3-25-2020

CCNP Food Giveaway Prep #2 3-25-2020

CCNP Food Giveaway Prep #3 3-25-2020

Photo Credit: Luis Gonzalez

Getting bags ready for food distribution at CCNP this week.

LA Red Shield Food Giveaways

Salvation Army Giveaway #1 3-27-2020

Salvation Army Giveaway #2 - 3-27-2020

Photo Credit: Salvation Army - Red Shield

Over 700 CD1 Families were served by a food giveaway at LA Red Shield this week.

Fruits and Vegetables Set Up at Westlake Community Garden

Westlake Community Garden Prep

Photo Credit: Luis Gonzalez

Getting ready for the free distribution of fruits and vegetables at the Westlake Community Garden with CultivaLA in Westlake this week

CultivaLA and CD 1 Distributes Food Adjacent to Rampart LAPD Station

Westlake Community Garden Photo 1 - 3-27-2020

CultivaLA Plot Food Giveaway 3-26-2020

CultivaLA Plot Food Giveaway Longshot 3-26-2020

Photo Credit: Steve Weingarten

Free food distribution this week at CultivaLA in Westlake with CD 1.

L.A Red Shield Community Center

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LA Red Shield Bags 3-25-2020

L.A Red Shield Community Center is closed but have their social services program available and are providing and prepping food for anyone in need! They are located at 1532 W 11th Street, Los Angeles, CA 90015 Open Monday and Wed 9am-4pm., Friday Seniors 7am-11am, Social services 12pm-4pm

 Masks Delivered To Berendo Middle School

Berendo Middle School MasksPhoto Credit: Ghandy Diaz

Team Cedillo delivering masks to volunteers at the Berendo Middle School Grab & Go location. 

Masks Delivered to CultivaLA in Westlake

Masks Dropped at CultivaLA

Photo Credit: Luis Gonzalez

We distributed more masks at CutivaLA this week in Westlake.

Team Cedillo Delivers Toe Bags for Food Giveaway

Salvation Army Tote Bags 3-26-2020

Photo Credit: Ghandy Diaz

Team Cedillo also delivered tote bags for seniors on Thursday at The Salvation Army-Red Shield.

Delivering Garment Masks in Pico Union, Westlake and University Park

Team Cedillo has been delivering garment masks that were generously donated by the garment workers who voluntarily shifted their production to masks for essential businesses so that they can safely distribute food to our Constituents. This week they were delivered to the businesses and organizations below in Pico Union and University Park. 

Masks Dropped at Adelita Bakery

Photo Credit: Ghandy Diaz

On Thursday, we made our delivery to La Adelita Bakery/Restaurant in Council District 1 so that they can safely distribute food to our Constituents.

Dropping Masks at Garibaldi Carniceria 3-26-2020

Photo Credit: Ghandy Diaz

Masks delivered by CD 1 to Garibaldi Carnicería & Market in Council District 1 so that they can safely distribute food to our Constituents.

Dropping Masks at El Centro Del Pueblo 3-26-2020Photo Credit: Ghandy Diaz

This week CD 1 made our delivery to El Centro del Pueblo - Rampart GRYD in Council District 1 so that they can safely distribute food to our Constituents.

Masks Dropped at 99 Cent Store 3-26-2020

Photo Credit: Ghandy Diaz

This week CD 1 made our delivery to the 99cent store ( Pico Union) in Council District 1 so that they can safely distribute food to our constituents.

Dropped Masks at Pete's Burgers in University Park

Photo Credit: Ghandy Diaz

CD 1 made our delivery to Pete’s Burgers - University park in Council District 1 so that they can safely distribute food to our Constituents.

Below, CD 1 made our delivery to several other businesses and organizations to keep them and their customers and clients safe.

Masks Delivered to Salvation Army 6-26-2020

National Health Foundation 3-26-2020

La Pupusa Uban Eatery 3-26-2020

El Parian Restaurant 3-26-2020

7-11 Washington & Hoover 3-26-2020

 

7-11 Pico & Westmoreland 3-26-2020

Dropping Masks at INDEPSCA Day Laborers

Photo Credit: Ghandy Diaz

On Friday, CD 1 made our delivery to IDEPSCA Day Laborers in Council District 1 so that they can work safely.

St Thomas Drop MasksPhoto Credit: Ghandy Diaz

On Friday, Team Cedillo delivered masks to St Thomas the Apostle Church so they can provide services safely.

VOA GRYD Masks Dropped

Photo Credit: Ghandy Diaz

Team Cedillo Delivers masks VOA-GRYD for use as they distribute essential needs to their clients.Thank you for all your work VOA-GYRD Intervention Rampart 2 #lagryd

Continental Gourmet Delivers Empanadas to Casa Carmen in Pico Union

Sergio Mortara Drops Empanadas Casa Carmen 3-27-2020

Photo Credit: Ghandy Diaz

Big thanks to Sergio Mortara and Continental Gourmet for their donation of 200 empanadas to the seniors of Casa Carmen in Pico Union.

Texis Restaurant offers A free Pupusa or Taco

Texis Restaurant

Photo Credit: Nery Larios

Texis Restaurant is offering a free pupusa or taco to everyone in need - to go only. Offer is available 11:00 am to 6:00 p.m. at Texis Restaurant, 2813 West Pico Blvd., Los Angeles California 90006. 323-734-8803.

BASIC RESOURCES

FOOD

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Grocery Stores Special Hours for Seniors and Others

Grocery Stores

Lincoln Heights Farmers Market

Highland Park Farmers Market

LAUSD'S Grab and Go

 

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Los Angeles Unified has opened Grab & Go Food Centers, giving families 60 sites where they can pick up food for their children. The centers are open weekdays 7 am to 10 am, and each child can take home two nutritious meals. Locations and Map

Grab and Go In CD 1and Nearby

Berendo Middle School
1157 S. Berendo St., Los Angeles 90006

Liechty Middle School
650 S. Union Ave., Los Angeles 90017

Sotomayor Arts/Sciences Magnet
2050 N. San Fernando Road, Los Angeles 90065

Lincoln Senior High School
3501 N. Broadway, Los Angeles 90031

Dr. Julian Nava Learning Academy
1420 E. Adams Blvd., Los Angeles 90011

Adjacent to CD 1:

Burbank Middle School
6460 N. Figueroa St., Los Angeles 90042

LAUSD Coronavirus Hotlines

For families: (213) 443-1300
For employees: (213) 241-2700

The hotline is open 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Saturday.
Please feel free to call with any questions about the COVID-19 virus.

Food Access in L.A. Map

Food Access in L.A. Map - Food Pantries * LAUSD Grab & Go Food Centers * Supermarket Access - In the wake of coronavirus, L.A. Controller Ron Galperin released an online map detailing critical food resources “Food Access in L.A.,” maps local food pantries, LAUSD’s Grab and Go centers and farmers’ markets across the City to help Angelenos locate food and meals to stay healthy and meet nutrition needs during this pandemic.

ELA Dept of Aging Food

 

Restaurants Offering Pick Up and/or Delivery

 

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Lincoln Heights

 

Maracas Café and Catering

maracascafeandcatering.com

3300 N Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90031

(323) 225-0506

 

Highland Park

 

La Fuente Address: 5707 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042
Hours: Open ⋅ Closes 8:30PM · See more hours

 

Chico's Restaurant, 100 N Avenue 50, Highland Park, CA 90042

Chico's http://www.chicosmenu.com/      

(323) 254-2445

 

Cookbook

5611 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042 (323) 507-2051

Cookbook http://www.cookbookla.com/

 

Civil Coffee

5629 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042

Civil Coffee https://civilcoffee.com/

 

Triple Beam Pizza

5918 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042

Triple Beam https://www.triplebeampizza.com/    

(323) 545-3534

 

Baja Cali Fish and Tacos

5831 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles CA 90042
IG: bajacalifishandtacos

Baja Cali https://www.bajacalifishandtacos.com/highland-park-figueroa…

(323) 507-2588

 

El Pescador

5230 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042

El Pescador https://www.facebook.com/elpescadorhighlandpark

(323) 255-8164

 

Home State

5611 N Figueroa St Unit 1 Los Angeles CA 90042

HomeState https://www.myhomestate.com/highland-park-los-angeles/

IG: homestate

(323) 204-9397

 

Delicias Bakery

5567 N Figueroa St, Highland Park, CA 90042

Delicias http://www.deliciasbakeryandsome.com/about-us.html

(323) 259-9306

 

Kitchen Mouse

5904 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042

Kitchen Mouse https://www.kitchenmousela.com/

(323) 259-9555

 

Kindness and Mischief

5537 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042

Kindness and Mischief www.kandmcoffee.com

 

Folliero’s Italian Food

5566 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042

folliero's https://foursquare.com/v/follieros-italian-food-and-…/…/menu

(323) 254-0505

 

Antigua Bread

5703 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042

antigua bread https://www.antiguabread.com/

(323) 259-9345

 

Las Cazuelas

5707 N. Figueroa St., Los Angeles, CA 90042

Las Cazuelas

(323) 255-4719

Highland Park Florist

5731 N. Figueroa St.,

Los Angeles, CA, 90042
(323) 257-5552

 

Mr. Holmes Bakehouse

Bread starting kits

111 S Av 59, Los Angeles, CA 90042

(323) 739-0473

 

Bionicos La Palapa
5560 N. Figueroa St., Los Angeles, CA 90042
(323) 255-2311

 

Hippo

5916 1/2 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042 · ~4 mi

(323) 545-3536

 

Pico Union/Westlake

 

Taco Bravo

1400 W. Pico Blvd

213/749-0853

https://goo.gl/maps/jEG2gF7Bgh87oRXU9

 

Zamora Brothers

1559 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90015

213/385-5553

https://goo.gl/maps/6cBUCdxByuopWrjC9

 

Lucy's Drive Thru

1568 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90015

(213) 384-0721

https://goo.gl/maps/cp8d7Bh3QirMuLb29

 

Pizza Hut

1562 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90015

(213) 388-6111

https://goo.gl/maps/x7ASUSsFaLvVrPrz6

 

Flavors of Thai

1275 S Union Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90015

(213) 263-2535

https://goo.gl/maps/awkWj1XSbEuHMzCKA

 

La Adelita

1287 S Union Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90015

(213) 487-0176

https://goo.gl/maps/Vq7Gq4HQ6232DAHV6

 

Huicho's Bakery

1250 Vermont Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(213) 385-3957

https://goo.gl/maps/bshWjFbT6zu7HT85A

 

La 27 Restaurante Nicuraguense

1830 W Pico Blvd # C, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(213) 387-2467

https://goo.gl/maps/a9wxJNkvv8wr1GKv7

 

Papa Cristo's

2771 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(323) 737-2970

https://g.page/papa-cristos?share

 

King Taco #10

2020 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(213) 384-8115

https://goo.gl/maps/bRJeuijUTrnRWKnz8

 

Margarita's Mexican Food

2101 W Pico Blvd # A5, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(213) 738-5205

https://g.page/margaritas-mexican-food?share

 

Jack in the Box

2120 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(213) 252-8209

https://goo.gl/maps/hdz7AMCD9RdcciMF8

 

Happy Taco

1309 Hoover St, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(213) 352-9313

https://goo.gl/maps/4YWpaKtNyi7FFnbM6

 

Pollos El Brasero

2281 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(213) 381-6060

https://goo.gl/maps/ZHfG78aTYUKMSLjb6

 

Dino's Chicken & Burgers

2575 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(213) 380-3554

https://goo.gl/maps/wUZPUu11PbKWJGyaA

 

La Pupusa Urban Eatery
1051 W Washington Blvd Unit G
Instagram: @LAPUPUSADTLA

213-749-4573

 

El Charro Restaurant
1621 W 6th St, Los Angeles, CA 90017

(213) 292-0668

https://www.charromexicanfood.com/

 

Sabor Columbiano

213-388-0150

323-327- 5752

847 S Union Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90017

 

Papa Cristos

papacristos.com

2771 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(323) 737-2970

 

Echo Park and Tempe Beaudry

 

Button Mash
1391 West Sunset Blvd
www.buttonmashla.com
Only Carryout is being offered

 

Adamae.la
1538 Sunset Blvd
213-266-8001
Carry Out

 

Petra Burgers on Sunset
1524 W. Sunset Blvd
213-250-0301
Carry Out and Delivery

 

Tsuabki
1356 Allison
213-900-4900
tsuabki.com
Carry out Delivery

 

Guisados
1261 West Sunset Blvd
www.guisados.com
Carryout

 

Eighfold Coffee
1294 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026
213-947-3500
Carryout Only

 

The Parks Finest
1267 West Temple Street
213-481-2800
Carry Out and Delivery

 

K Bakery
1258 West Temple Street
213-481-7511
Carryout only

 

Eastside Market
1013 Alpine Street
213-250-2464
Carryout and Delivery

 

Chinatown

 

ABC Food Restaurant

205 Ord Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-680-2887

        

Blossom Vietnamese Restaurants

415 Gin Ling Way

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-626-8345

 

CBS Seafood

700 N. Spring Streets

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-617-2323

 

Chinese Friends Restaurant

984 North Broadway Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-972-9089

 

East Garden Restaurant

750 North Hill Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-935-8300

 

E-Sea Fresh Restaurant

1100 N. Main Street, #E

Los Angeles, CA 9012

323-276-5835

 

Foo-Chow Restaurant

949 North Hill Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-485-1294

 

Fortune Gourmet Kitchen

727 N. Broadway Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-628-8188

 

Full House Seafood

963 North Hill Street

Los Angeles CA, 90012

213-617-8382

 

Full Moon House

960 North Hill Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

(213) 537-0792

 

Gigo’s Café & Deli

853 North Broadway Street

213-229-8889

 

Golden Dragon Restaurant

960 North Broadway Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-626-2039

 

Highland Park Brewery

1220 N. Spring Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-878-9017

 

Homegirl Cafe

130 Bruno Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-617-0380


Hong Kong BBQ Restaurant

803 N. Broadway Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-687-7238

 

Hop Li Seafood Restaurant

526 Alpine Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-680-3939

 

Hop Woo BBQ & Seafood Restaurants

845 N. Broadway Street

213-617-3038

 

Intiraymi Restaurants

633 N. Spring Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-617-0573

 

Jade Wok

625 W. College Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-628-8288

 

Kim Chuy Restaurants

727 N. Broadway # 103

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-687-7215


LASA

717 N. Broadway Street

Los Angeles CA 90012, # 120

213-443-6163

 

PHO 87

1019 N. Broadway Street

323-227-0758

 

The Little Jewel of New Orleans

207 Ord Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-680-0461

 

Lao Tao Taiwanese Street Food

727 N. Broadway Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-372-5318

 

Mayflower Seafood Restaurant

679 N. Spring Street

213-628-0116

 

Nick’s Café

1300 N. Spring Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

323-222-1450

 

Placita Café

711 N. Main Street, #105

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-620-0774

Plum Tree Inn
913 N. Broadway Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
213-613-1819

 

Phoenix Bakery Inc
969 N. Broadway Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
213-628-4642

 

Phoenix Inn Chinese Cuisine
301 Ord Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
213-629-2812

 

Spring Street Smokehouse BBQ
620 N. Spring Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
213-626-0535

 

Qui West Noodle Soup
727 N. Broadway Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
213-687-1063


Quiwestnoodle.com

Won Kok Restaurant
210 Alpine Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
213-613-0700

 

For more restaurant recommendations please email Conrado TerrazasCross

WATER

A Message from LADWP Regarding Power and Water Service During Coronavirus/COVID-19 Pandemic

To help customers get through any financial hardships that may occur as a result of the Coronavirus/COVID-19, DWP offers generous extended payment plans. Any impacted customer can request a payment plan online at LADWP or can make arrangements by calling customer care at 1-800-DIAL-DWP (1-800-342-5397). DWP has also deferred disconnections for non-payment through the remainder of March at this time.

 

SHELTER

EVICTION MORATORIUM

HCIDLA Eviction Moritorium Info

Tenants and Landlords: The City of LA has a temporary moratorium in effect, for evictions of non-payment of rent for tenants who are unable to pay rent due to Coronavirus (COVID19) related circumstances. More information here. 

HCIDLA Weekend Hours

 

HEALTHCARE AND INSURANCE

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Community Clinics

Community Clinics - Anyone who is not feeling well can visit any community clinic regardless of insurance. All community clinics are screening people outside before they come indoors to prevent cross contamination. Undocumented immigrants can sign up for My Health LA- which serves as a safety net for the undocumented and uninsured. Find a Clinic

If someone is feeling symptomatic especially if unable to breathe, they should call 911.

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EMPLOYMENT

New Mayor’s Jobs Portal

Mayor Garcetti announced the L.A. Jobs Portal, a one-stop shop for Angelenos who are out-of-work as a result of the COVID-19 crisis. This site will continue to be updated with the most relevant resources and listings.

EWDD resources for job seekers and businesses during COVID-19 Outbreal - Economic & Workforce Development Department, City of Los Angeles

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BUSINESS

Economic And Workforce Development Department Will Provide $11 Million In No-Fee Microloans of $5,000 To $20,000

 

Mayor Eric Garcetti today announced an $11 million economic relief package for small businesses impacted by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19). The Economic and Workforce Development Department will provide $11 million in no-fee microloans of $5,000 to $20,000 — which may be used to cover working capital. Since cash flow is critical at this unprecedented time, the program will offer relaxed underwriting with no credit score minimum, a generous allowance to meet debt service, and a 100% Loan to Value ratio. The interest rate can either be 0% for a term of six months to one year, or 3% to 5% for a term of up to five years.

The microloan program is being paired with a Small Business Resilience Toolkit, which is being distributed as a digital guidebook and includes vital information covering Federal, State, County, and City emergency policies and programs impacting small . It also offers strategies for adjusting to the effects that COVID-19 is having on businesses including ways to keep employees safe, maintain operations at maximum possible capacity, and prepare business continuity plans.

To apply for a microloan or view the toolkit, please visit lamayor.org/loan.

TRANSPORTATION

LADOT Relaxed Enforement & Enforcement

DMV Covid-19 Closure

Mayor Garcetti Relaxes DMV Restrictions Per Request from Councilmember Cedillo

Councilmember Cedillo reached out to Mayor Garcetti on relaxing DMV restrictions that are important during normal times, but could hinder rather assist. Thank you, Mayor for relaxing Enforcement of Vehicle Registration and Driver’s License Violations. Some residents of the City of Los Angeles may not be able to get to a DMV office to renew a driver’s license, identification card or vehicle registration. If such visits are not possible due to the City’s March 19, 2020 Safe at Home Order, then residents should not be penalized for failure to comply with these provisions.

The Mayor directed LADOT to ensure that its parking officers refrain from ticketing or towing any vehicles for expired registration during this emergency period. Vehicle owners shall remain subject to all other parking enforcement restrictions, consistent with state and local laws and applicable emergency orders.

The Mayor also directed the Chief of Police to issue guidance to police officers to refrain, during this emergency period, from issuing citations for driver’s licenses or vehicle registrations that have expired in the last six months. Drivers within the City of Los Angeles will nonetheless be expected to obey all other laws; nothing in this memorandum should be construed to suggest that the Police Department will not be enforcing all moving violations, consistent with state and local laws and any applicable emergency orders.

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COMMUNICATION

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ENFORCEMENT

Report Violation

Safer at Home" Emergency Order will be Strickly Enforced

"Safer at Home" emergency order will be strictly enforced: Mayor Garcetti and City Attorney Mike Feuer assured strong enforcement -‘safer-home’-emergency-order-will-be-strongly-enforced of the City’s “Safer at Home” emergency order, which requires Angelenos to stay in their residences in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Fill out a complaint form here Mayor's Help Desk (to report violations of Safer at Home): 213-978-1028 or mayor.helpdesk@lacity.org

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Mayor Garcetti’s Emergency Orders and Memorandums

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Read all of Mayor Garcetti's Emergency COVID-19 Emergency Orders and Memormandums here.

 

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LA Students Most in Need funds will be used to provide meals, supplies for students and family members, address the digital divide, providing devices and digital libraries and books to enable students to continue learning during the crisis caused by COVID-19.

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3/23 UPDATE

CD 1 Restaurants Take Out & Delivery; Jobs Portal; Testing; Expanded Closures; Health Questions Hotline

Dear Friend,

As we continue to face the coronavirus, I would like to provide you with some resources and updates:

CD 1 Restaurants Providing Take Out and/or Delivery

Lincoln Heights

Maracas Café and Catering

maracascafeandcatering.com

3300 N Broadway, Los Angeles, CA 90031

(323) 225-0506

 

Highland Park

La Fuente Address: 5707 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042

Chico's Restaurant, 100 N Avenue 50, Highland Park, CA 90042

Chico's http://www.chicosmenu.com/      

(323) 254-2445

Cookbook

5611 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042 (323) 507-2051

Cookbook http://www.cookbookla.com/

Civil Coffee

5629 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042

Civil Coffee https://civilcoffee.com/

Triple Beam Pizza

5918 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042

Triple Beam https://www.triplebeampizza.com/    

(323) 545-3534

Baja Cali Fish and Tacos

5831 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles CA 90042
IG: bajacalifishandtacos

Baja Cali https://www.bajacalifishandtacos.com/highland-park-figueroa…

(323) 507-2588

El Pescador

5230 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042

El Pescador https://www.facebook.com/elpescadorhighlandpark

(323) 255-8164

Home State

5611 N Figueroa St Unit 1 Los Angeles CA 90042

HomeState https://www.myhomestate.com/highland-park-los-angeles/

IG: homestate

(323) 204-9397

Delicias Bakery

5567 N Figueroa St, Highland Park, CA 90042

Delicias http://www.deliciasbakeryandsome.com/about-us.html

(323) 259-9306

Kitchen Mouse

5904 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042

Kitchen Mouse https://www.kitchenmousela.com/

(323) 259-9555

Kindness and Mischief

5537 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042

Kindness and Mischief www.kandmcoffee.com

Folliero’s Italian Food

5566 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042

folliero's https://foursquare.com/v/follieros-italian-food-and-…/…/menu

(323) 254-0505

Antigua Bread

5703 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042

antigua bread https://www.antiguabread.com/

(323) 259-9345

Las Cazuelas

5707 N. Figueroa St., Los Angeles, CA 90042

Las Cazuelas

(323) 255-4719

Highland Park Florist

5731 N. Figueroa St.,

Los Angeles, CA, 90042
(323) 257-5552

Mr. Holmes Bakehouse

Bread starting kits

111 S Av 59, Los Angeles, CA 90042

(323) 739-0473

Bionicos La Palapa
5560 N. Figueroa St., Los Angeles, CA 90042
(323) 255-2311

Hippo

5916 1/2 N Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90042

(323) 545-3536

 

Pico Union/Westlake

Taco Bravo

1400 W. Pico Blvd

213/749-0853

https://goo.gl/maps/jEG2gF7Bgh87oRXU9

Zamora Brothers

1559 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90015

213/385-5553

https://goo.gl/maps/6cBUCdxByuopWrjC9

Lucy's Drive Thru

1568 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90015

(213) 384-0721

https://goo.gl/maps/cp8d7Bh3QirMuLb29

Pizza Hut

1562 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90015

(213) 388-6111

https://goo.gl/maps/x7ASUSsFaLvVrPrz6

Flavors of Thai

1275 S Union Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90015

(213) 263-2535

https://goo.gl/maps/awkWj1XSbEuHMzCKA

La Adelita

1287 S Union Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90015

(213) 487-0176

https://goo.gl/maps/Vq7Gq4HQ6232DAHV6

Huicho's Bakery

1250 Vermont Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(213) 385-3957

https://goo.gl/maps/bshWjFbT6zu7HT85A

La 27 Restaurante Nicuraguense

1830 W Pico Blvd # C, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(213) 387-2467

https://goo.gl/maps/a9wxJNkvv8wr1GKv7

Papa Cristo's

2771 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(323) 737-2970

https://g.page/papa-cristos?share

King Taco #10

2020 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(213) 384-8115

https://goo.gl/maps/bRJeuijUTrnRWKnz8

Margarita's Mexican Food

2101 W Pico Blvd # A5, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(213) 738-5205

https://g.page/margaritas-mexican-food?share

Jack in the Box

2120 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(213) 252-8209

https://goo.gl/maps/hdz7AMCD9RdcciMF8

Happy Taco

1309 Hoover St, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(213) 352-9313

https://goo.gl/maps/4YWpaKtNyi7FFnbM6

Pollos El Brasero

2281 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(213) 381-6060

https://goo.gl/maps/ZHfG78aTYUKMSLjb6

Dino's Chicken & Burgers

2575 W Pico Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90006

(213) 380-3554

https://goo.gl/maps/wUZPUu11PbKWJGyaA

La Pupusa Urban Eatery
1051 W Washington Blvd Unit G
Instagram: @LAPUPUSADTLA

213-749-4573

El Charro Restaurant
1621 W 6th St, Los Angeles, CA 90017

(213) 292-0668

https://www.charromexicanfood.com/

Sabor Columbiano

213-388-0150

323-327- 5752

847 S Union Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90017

 

Echo Park and Temple Beaudry

Button Mash
1391 West Sunset Blvd
www.buttonmashla.com
Only Carryout is being offered

Adamae.la
1538 Sunset Blvd
213-266-8001
Carry Out

Petra Burgers on Sunset
1524 W. Sunset Blvd
213-250-0301
Carry Out and Delivery

Tsuabki
1356 Allison
213-900-4900
tsuabki.com
Carry out Delivery

Guisados
1261 West Sunset Blvd
www.guisados.com
Carryout

Eighfold Coffee
1294 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026
213-947-3500
Carryout Only

The Parks Finest
1267 West Temple Street
213-481-2800
Carry Out and Delivery

K Bakery
1258 West Temple Street
213-481-7511
Carryout only

Eastside Market
1013 Alpine Street
213-250-2464
Carryout and Delivery

 

Chinatown

ABC Food Restaurant

205 Ord Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-680-2887    

Blossom Vietnamese Restaurants

415 Gin Ling Way

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-626-8345

CBS Seafood

700 N. Spring Streets

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-617-2323

Chinese Friends Restaurant

984 North Broadway Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-972-9089

East Garden Restaurant

750 North Hill Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-935-8300

E-Sea Fresh Restaurant

1100 N. Main Street, #E

Los Angeles, CA 9012

323-276-5835

Foo-Chow Restaurant

949 North Hill Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-485-1294

Fortune Gourmet Kitchen

727 N. Broadway Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-628-8188

Full House Seafood

963 North Hill Street

Los Angeles CA, 90012

213-617-8382

Full Moon House

960 North Hill Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

(213) 537-0792

Gigo’s Café & Deli

853 North Broadway Street

213-229-8889

Golden Dragon Restaurant

960 North Broadway Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-626-2039

Highland Park Brewery

1220 N. Spring Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-878-9017

Homegirl Cafe

130 Bruno Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-617-0380

Hong Kong BBQ Restaurant

803 N. Broadway Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-687-7238

Hop Li Seafood Restaurant

526 Alpine Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-680-3939

Hop Woo BBQ & Seafood Restaurants

845 N. Broadway Street

213-617-3038

Intiraymi Restaurants

633 N. Spring Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-617-0573

Jade Wok

625 W. College Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-628-8288

Kim Chuy Restaurants

727 N. Broadway # 103

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-687-7215

LASA

717 N. Broadway Street

Los Angeles CA 90012, # 120

213-443-6163

PHO 87

1019 N. Broadway Street

323-227-0758

The Little Jewel of New Orleans

207 Ord Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-680-0461

Lao Tao Taiwanese Street Food

727 N. Broadway Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-372-5318

Mayflower Seafood Restaurant

679 N. Spring Street

213-628-0116

Nick’s Café

1300 N. Spring Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

323-222-1450

Placita Café

711 N. Main Street, #105

Los Angeles, CA 90012

213-620-0774

Plum Tree Inn
913 N. Broadway Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
213-613-1819

Phoenix Bakery Inc
969 N. Broadway Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
213-628-4642

Phoenix Inn Chinese Cuisine
301 Ord Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
213-629-2812

Spring Street Smokehouse BBQ
620 N. Spring Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
213-626-0535

Qui West Noodle Soup
727 N. Broadway Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
213-687-1063

Quiwestnoodle.com

Won Kok Restaurant
210 Alpine Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
213-613-0700

 

For more restaurant recommendations please submit to Conrado.terrazascross@lacity.org

 

New Mayor’s Jobs Portal

Mayor Garcetti announced the L.A. Jobs Portal, a one-stop shop for Angelenos who are out-of-work as a result of the COVID-19 crisis. This site will continue to be updated with the most relevant resources and listings.

 

Expanded Closures

Coronavirus: LA Mayor Garcetti shuts down beach parking, recreation facilities due to 'too many people packing beaches, trails and parks. LAist Article

 

Find out if you’re eligible for a test

COVID-19 testing is available today provided by the City of Los Angeles. We're offering testing to Angelenos at highest risk first. Please help spread the word so we can deliver much-needed tests to as many vulnerable Angelenos as possible. Learn more and sign up for a test http://Mayor.LA/npY730qs3F2

Thank you for understanding as we work to keep you and your families safe.

Sincerely,

Gil Cedillo

Councilmember First District

 

 

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Friends,

As the City is currently facing an unprecedented emergency due to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic, I have included information from City, County, and State in this week’s Cedillo Weekly. Please make sure you remain aware of your health and others’ during this crisis.

Your health and safety is my top priority. Therefore, effective through the end of March 2020, my office and I have cancelled all large public events in the First District, including community meetings, neighborhood cleanups, workshops, farmer’s markets, and other similar major events. Any event previously scheduled has been postponed to an undetermined future date.

Furthermore, through the end of March, meetings of the City Council have been reduced to once a week, with Council now meeting only on Tuesdays at 10:00 AM. Council committees have been completely cancelled through the end of March.

We are operating off of the LA County Department of Public Health Guidelines and the Center for Disease Control Guidelines that strongly discourage large gatherings and the Mayor's Directive on COVID CITY GUIDELINES.

We continue to monitor the situation and will provide ongoing assessments as the situation continues. Be assured that Team Cedillo and I continue to be focused on making the First District #1. 

Sincerely,

Gil Cedillo Councilmember, First District

Facebook: @CMGilbertCedillo

Instagram: CMGilbertCedillo

Twitter: @CMGilbertCedillo

Website: www.GilCedillo.com

Photo Credit: Betsy Annas


Week of March 7-13, 2020

CORONAVIRUS UPDATE

What You Need to Know Coronavirus ENGLISH

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hat You Need to Know Coronavirus SPANISH

 

The safety and wellbeing of our constituents is our top priority

The safety and wellbeing of our constituents is our top priority. The Center For Disease Control (CDC) recommends the following precautionary measures and guidelines to keep you healthy and prevent the spread of Coronavirus:

Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
• Use an alcohol-based sanitizer
• Keep away from others that are sick
• Avoid touching high-touch surfaces in public places
• Avoid touching your face, nose, eyes, etc.
• Clean and disinfect household objects and surfaces in your home
• Avoid all non-essential travel

A Message from LADWP Regarding Power and Water Service During Coronavirus/COVID-19 Pandemic

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To help our customers get through any financial hardships that may occur as a result of the Coronavirus/COVID-19, we offer generous extended payment plans. Any impacted customer can request a payment plan online at LADWP www.ladwp.com or can make arrangements by calling customer care at 1-800-DIAL-DWP (1-800-342-5397). We have also deferred disconnections for non-payment through the remainder of March at this time.

The Safety of Tap Water

 LADWP continues to closely monitor information on the respiratory virus COVID-19, also known as the novel coronavirus, through updates shared by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health. There have been reports of people purchasing bottled water as a precautionary measure to ensure ample drinking water supply as part of emergency preparedness. LADWP wants to reassure our customers, the water at their tap continues to be of the highest quality and is 100 percent safe to drink. There is no threat to the public drinking water supply and no need to use bottled water. LADWP’s treatment processes are specifically designed to protect the public from all viruses and harmful bacteria. The use of LADWP water in handwashing is safe as an effective means of removing germs, in combination with the use of soap and proper handwashing measures.

LADWP’s drinking water supply undergoes proven scientific techniques and treatments before they reach our customers’ tap, including filtration, ultraviolet light and chlorine disinfection.

We will continue to closely monitor the progression of COVID-19 and to communicate with other water industry professionals to ensure the continued safety of our treated water supply.

For more information on COVID-19, visit CDC’s website, LA County’s Department of Public Health’s website or the City of Los Angeles coronavirus information site.

LAUSD Schools Closed – A message from LAUSD

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The public health crisis created by the coronavirus is not something any of us could reasonably have expected to happen, and we’re in uncharted waters as we work to prevent the spread of the illness. We have been following the guidance of public health experts on how we can keep all who are part of our school community -- students, staff, family members and visitors -- safe in the midst of a growing health crisis. We are now at a point where the balance has shifted, and the appropriate path is to close schools. We are taking this step to keep our school communities safe. Effective Monday, March 16, we will close all Los Angeles Unified public schools for two weeks while we evaluate the appropriate path forward. While our school facilities will be closed, plans are in place for students to continue to learn during this time, and we will open 40 family resource centers to provide care for children if families need it.

This is a difficult decision, but necessary, as we try to slow the spread of the virus. Los Angeles Unified serves a high-needs population, and our schools provide a social safety net for our children. The closing of any school has real consequences beyond the loss of instructional time. This is not an easy decision and not one we take lightly.

Each student will have a plan which they will take home with them today and additional support will be provided to assist students as they transition to a different way of learning and teachers to a different way of teaching.

For some students it will be continuing the lesson plan and instruction they have already been working on with their classroom teacher. For others it will be engaging with the curriculum and lessons which we and PBS SoCal will be providing. And for some, it will be a combination of the two.

While our special education centers will also close, students and families will continue to have access to services from the regional centers they currently rely on.

The Family Resource Centers will open on Wednesday, March 18 and will be staffed weekdays from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. with trained professionals. Children will be able to have a warm meal, engage with their peers and pursue their different studies. And they’ll be safe.

We are developing a family resource guide that we will provide to you before Monday, to help answer your questions. 

I want to thank all on our staff who are working tirelessly to help our students and planning for them to remain connected to the school community. We know the adults on a school campus are an important part of a student’s life and will do our best to try and maintain that connection. All employees should rest assured knowing they will still be paid during this time, even if they are not directly involved in providing services to students.

And to our families, we thank you for your patience and trust as we work together to maintain some sense of normalcy in these difficult times. These next two weeks will be difficult, and we are not certain what lies ahead after that. You have my unwavering commitment to do all we can do to help you and your children. 

We will continue to do our best to keep you informed. Facts and circumstances may change quickly so we encourage you to check our website lausd.net regularly, my Twitter @AustinLASchools or call the following phone hotlines.

For families: (213) 443-1300
For school leaders: (213) 241-2000
For employees: (213) 241-2700 

Thank you for your support.

Austin Bruner, Superintendent

Los Angeles Unified Announced Free Online Content

Yesterday, Los Angeles Unified announced free online content that will be a resource to our school community. Los Angeles Unified and our partners at PBS SoCal have built a robust standards-based approach to offer this to all students via broadcast platform as well as online, to the extent students have access. We will make this available to any school district in California that wishes to participate, as we wish to support all students to receive the great education they deserve.  The public media stations are prepared to unveil a curated schedule of programming and digital resources that will be broadcast as follows:

PBS SoCal (Daytime programming from 5 a.m. to 5 p.m. Pre-K through 2nd

grade)

KLCS-TV (Daytime Programming would highlight content for 3rd grade through

12th grade from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. with additional educational program in the

evenings)

KCET (Daytime programming: 9th grade through 12th grade)

Additional educational programming on PBS SoCal and KLCS digital channels

Gov. Newsom issues order allowing California to take over hotels, medical facilities

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California Gov. Gavin Newsom speaks at a Feb. 27 news conference in Sacramento on the state’s response to novel coronavirus, which causes COVID-19.
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom released a sweeping executive order on Thursday that allows the state to commandeer hotels and medical facilities to treat coronavirus patients and permits government officials to hold teleconferences in private without violating open meeting laws.

Newsom issued the order hours after he called for the cancellation of gatherings of 250 or more people, marking the first time he has applied so-called social distancing practices to the entire state of California.

“This is where we need to go next, and to make sure we fully implement those procedures and protocols to slow down the spread to get through a peak and to get through the next few months, so we don’t overwhelm our healthcare delivery system,” Newsom told reporters Thursday.

The governor said 198 people have tested positive for COVID-19 in California, marking a 10% increase from just a day earlier. The executive order will enhance the state’s ability to fight the pandemic going forward, Newsom said.

The order also established a 60-day extension for people or businesses to file state taxes if they may be unable to do so because of the outbreak and requests from health officials. It also waives a one-week waiting period for people to apply for unemployment or disability insurance in relation to the virus.

Fill out the Census Online

If you don’t want a census taker at your home during the coronavirus outbreak? Fil it out online.  Read "Why the Coronavirus May Help Encourage Online Responses" Los Angeles Times.

EVENTS

Councilmember Gil Cedillo’s Empowerment Gala Honors Seven Great Community Organizations

Empowerment Gala Honorees 3-10-2020

 

Sebastian & Chrissi ARENA Performance 3-10-2020

 

Photo Credit: Raymond Kwan

Councilmember Cedillo honored seven CD 1 organizations at his Empowerment Gala this week. The awardees were: Berendo Neighborhood Association – Above & Beyond Award, Catalina Walton Neighborhood Association – Leadership Award; Accion Communitaria – Hope Award, Unidos Por NELA – Influencer Award, Manos Que Sobreviven – Inspiration Award, Cultiva LA – Innovation Award, Madres Al Servicio – Corona-Lopez Award. Over 100 people attended the dinner which included a performance from ARENA: A House Music-al, a new musical executive produced by Councilmember Cedillo.

FIELD UPDATE

Northern Area Communities

Over $4 Million Prop 68 Investment at Lincoln Heights Recreation Center

Last year, Team Cedillo and the City of LA Recreation and Parks coordinated several community meetings to discuss improvements at the Lincoln Heights Recreation Center and to apply for State Prop 68 funding. 

On November 6, 2018, voters passed Proposition 68 (the $4 Billion “Parks, Environment, and Water Bond Act” of 2018) by 57.6 percent. State Parks received 478 applications totalling $2.3 billion for the available $254.9 million budgeted for this round. The average grant request was $4.8 million, and the average grant amount was $4.1 million. Only 62 applications made the final cut and our Lincoln Heights Recreation Center was one of them.

The City received the largest sum of grants of any agency in California. The grant includes park projects in CD1, CD6, and CD14:

The grant would fund a new synthetic soccer field; shade structures; public art; a walking path; fitness equipment, lighting and landscaping; barbeque and picnic area; a playground; a basketball court; and a parking lot.

Team Cedillo will be working with the State and RAP and would work with community to see this project through.  

Thank you to the over 500 people that attended our community meetings.  

Daly St Tree Trimming in Lincoln Heights

Daily Tree Tree Trimming

 

Photo Credit: Bureau of Street Services, Urban Forestry Division

The Urban Forestry Division trimmed overgrown trees on Daly St including trees that had branches leaning on private property and obstructing streetlights. Our office is working with every city department to bring resources to our district. If you see overgrown trees in our community please contact 311 or visit www.myla311.lacity.org

Moulton Ave Tree Trimming in Lincoln Heights

Moulton Before

 

Moulton After

 

Photo Credit: Bureau of Street Services, Urban Forestry Division

The Urban Forestry Division trimmed overgrown trees on Moulton Ave including trees that had branches leaning on private property and obstructing streetlights. Our office is working with every city department to bring resources to our district. If you see overgrown trees in our community please contact 311 or visit www.myla311.lacity.org

Pasadena Ave/ Daly St Public Improvements in Lincoln Heights

Pasadena Ave.-Daly St. Improvements

 

Photo Credit: Bureau of Street Services, Design Build Services

The Bureau of Street Services continues making public improvements on Daly St/ Pasadena Ave between N. Broadway and N. Figueroa St. Improvements include sidewalk repairs, tree trimming, median landscaping, bus stop lighting, and more. All improvements will be completed by the end of 2020. Our office is working with every city department to bring resources to the First District. 

Illegal Dumping Collection in Glassell Park

Glassell Dumping 3-12-2020

 

Photo Credit: LA Bureau of Sanitation

Our LA Bureau of Sanitation crew cleared the trash associated with illegal dumping in Ave 34/ Eagle Rock Blvd alleys in Glassell Park. If you see illegal dumping in our community please contact 311 or visit www.myla311.lacity.org

Homeless Connect Day at Cypress Park

Homeless Connect 3-11-2020

 

Photo Credit: Exodus Recovery 

Team Cedillo partnered with Exodus Recovery and the Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks to assist 85 people experiencing homelessness by connecting them to 25 health and human service agencies as well as other resources on site.

The following resources were accessed:

  • 65 people received backpacks with personal hygiene items                                                                          
  • 85 people received weatherproof blankets
  • 30 people received follow up appointments                                                                                    
  • 35 people completed onsite program assessments
  • 20 people were tested for HIV
  • 3 people were transported to inpatient detox
  • 50 people received tap cards 
  • 2 people received housing appointments 
  • 2 people received employment assistance appointments 
  • 40 people were educated and trained on Narcan 
  • 7 people were transported to shelter
  • 16 people received information on clearing warrants
  • 15 people assisted with information on clearing tickets
  • 6 people received DMV ID vouchers 
  • 3 people received referrals to Social Security Administration for SSI assistance
  • 20 people received dental referrals 
  • 15 people received medical referrals
  • 20 people received a flu shot 
  • 15 people received Hepatitis A shot

Lunch was provided to all attendees.

Special thanks to Monica Alcaraz, Exodus Recovery, and staff from Recreation and Parks for their partnership.. Thanks to all the agencies that participated and gave support: LAHSA, PATH, Behavioral Health Services, BAART, The Vet Center VA, Social Model Recovery Systems, LA LGBT Center, U.S. Vets, Recycled Resources for the Homeless, Samantha the Hair Stylist, LA County DPSS, The Weingart Center, AADAP Inc., and LA County Department of Public Health.

Southern Area Communities

CCNP Wins Great Streets Challenge!

CCNP Wins Great Streets Challenge #1 3-12-2020

 

CCNP Wins Great Streets Challenge #2 3-12-2020

 

CCNP Wins Great Streets Challenge #3 3-12-2020

 

Photo Credit: Luis Gonzalez

Congratulations to CCNP, winner of this year's Great Streets Challenge. Their project, Juntos por Alvarado, will bring infrastructure improvements to Alvarado St between 7th and Wilshire.

Pop-Up Clean-up

Pop Up Clean Up #1 3-7-2020

 

 

Pop Up Clean Up #2 3-7-2020

Photo Photo Credit: Ricardo Flores

 

Team Cedillo, Officers of the Police Department and City Attorney’s Central Division Neighborhood Prosecutor joined local Community members to do a pop-up community clean up.  We started at 700 Lookout Drive and ended at Stadium Way & Coronel St. 

Community Walk in MacArthur Park

Walk at MacArthur Park 3-7-2020

 

Photo Credit: Luis Gonzalez

This week, Universal Church and LAPD took part in a Community Walk in MacArthur Park.

MacArthur Park Bike Ride

MacArthur Park Bike Ride 3-7-2020

 

Photo Credit: Luis Gonzalez

This week, CD 1 hosted a bike ride in MacArthur Park, with free food, music, and information and resources.

Keeping CD 1 Clean at Mt. Washington Elementary School

Mt. Wash Clean up #1 - 3-7-2020

 

Mt. Wash Clean up #2 - 3-7-2020

 

Photo Credit: Bill Cody

Our neighbors going out and helping keep CD 1 clean, moving tree stumps and cleaning up the community garden. It was a team effort by Mt. Washington Elementary. With Friends of Mt. Washington School. Mt. Washington Homeowners Alliance, LACC and Councilmember Cedillo’s Office.

11th St Resurfaced in Pico Union

11th Street Resurfacing

 

Photo Credit: Bureau of Street Services, Resurfacing Division 

The Bureau of Street Services completed street resurfacing work on 11th St from LA Live Way to Alvarado St. Our office is working with every city department to bring resources to our district. If you see potholes, buckled or uneven streets in our community please contact 311 or www.myla311.lacity.org

Illegal Dumping Collection in Pico Union

Pico Union Dumping Collection Before-After

Photo Credit: LA Bureau of Sanitation

 

Our LA Bureau of Sanitation crew proactively cleaned illegal dumping on 1400 block of Toberman St. in Pico Union. If you see illegal dumping in our community please contact 311 or www.myla311.lacity.org

Arts and Culture

Uptown Gay and Lesbian Alliance (UGLA) Hosts ARENA: A House Music-al Showcase

UGLA Showcase #2b 3-9-2020

 

UGLA Showcase #3B 3-9-2020

 

Photo Credit: Conrado Terrazas-Cross

Video Credit: Patricia Zamorano

On Sunday, the Uptown Gay and Lesbian Alliance hosted a special showcase of ARENA: A House Music-al at Sonny’s Hideaway in Highland Park. Sebastian Gonzalez stars as Lucio Torrez, a young gay Latino from East LA and Chrissi Erickson stars as his younger sister Angelica. The musical explores the history of gay Latinx culture in 1990s Los Angeles, with house music as the cultural back beat.

For more information go to: www.casa0101.org

Team Cedillo Meeting Al Pacino at Reading of The Basic Training of Pavlo Hummel

Photo Credit: Linda Terrazas

Durazo, Guren, Linda, CT Pacino 3-8-2020

 

Photo Credit: Karen Linares-Luna

Al Pacino Shakespeare Reading 3-8-2020

 

Photo Credit: Linda Terrazas

Team Cedillo joined State Senator Maria Elena Durazo at a reading of “The Basic Training of Pavlo Hummel,” a fundraiser for the Los Angeles Shakespeare Center located in the Temple-Beaudry neighborhood. The reading featured Al Pacino leading a great cast. The Vietnam War period piece won Al Pacino a Tony Award in 1971. Over 500 attended the event, hosted at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts. A portion of the funds also benefited The National Association of Veteran-Serving Organizations and Veterans in Arts.

City Resources

Baseball Echo Park Rec Ctr Spanish

Baseball Echo Park Rec Ctr English

 

Universal Play Echo Park Rec Ctr Spanish

Universal Play Echo Park Rec Ctr Spanish

Here's How to Establish a Preferential Parking District

Preferential Parking Dist English Page 1

 

Preferential Parking Dist English Page 2

 

Preferential Parking Dist Spanish Page 1

 

Preferential Parking Dist Spanish Page 1

 

Further information on having a Preferential Parking District in your neighborhood

SPEED HUMP PROGRAM

The Speed Hump Program opens up a review cycle every 6 months to take petitions for speed humps. The speed hump application form will open Wednesday, January 29, 2020 at 8 a.m. PST For more info, please visit LADOT website and follow step 1 of the process when the program opens. The system only allows 450 entries and automatically closes after full capacity.

Speed Humps Info Page 1
Speed Humps Info Page 2

Speed Hump Guidelines Page 1

 

Speed Hump Guidelines Page 2

 

 

Oxy Arts Flyer

 

FREE Home Composting Workshops

LA Sanitation and Environment invites all City residents to come to one of these workshops to learn how to compost. Discover how to turn kitchen scraps and yard trimmings into a nutrient-rich soil amendment. Compost bins, worm bins, and mulch are available at all composting workshops, while supplies last.  Join us!  

Composting English Page 1

 

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Composting Spanish Page 1
Composting Spanish Page 2

 

 

 

 

 

 Sidewalk Program

 

The City of Los Angeles has recently extended its Safe Sidewalks LA Rebate Program. 

Over the next 30 years, the City will invest $1.4 billion to fix sidewalks in Council District 1 and elsewhere across the city, making them accessible to everyone. Eligible property owners willing to pay for their own sidewalk repair on an accelerated schedule can receive up to $10,000 in rebates for a commercial or residential lot while funding remains available. 

If you are a property owner with broken sidewalks in front of your business or home, you are eligible for the rebate program. For questions about the rebate and to learn more, please visit at https://safesidewalks.lacity.org/ for the program or call the CD 1 Highland Park District Office at 323-550-1538.

Deadly Citrus Tree Disease Found in Los Angeles County

Deadly Fruit Virus

 

 

UPCOMING EVENTS AND PROGRAMS

Cypress Rec Kids Winter Schedule 2020

 

Cypress Park Girls Classes

 

Loteria El Centro Wednesdays

 

 

 

Census Info Flyer Spanish

 

Census Counting for Dollars Page 1

 

 

Census Counting for Dollars Page 2

 

General Flyer Spa Page 1

 

General Flyer Eng Spa Page 2

 

 


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Silent art auction to benefit Central City Action Committee/CCAC in Echo Park

The event will benefit at-risk youth services and programs organized by non-profit Central City Action Committee. Located in Angelino Heights, they have been in the neighborhood since the 70s helping low to moderate income kids and families through education, work programs, mentorship, volunteerism and city beautification. *100% or 50% of auction proceeds will go directly to CCAC. Note: Some service fees will be incurred per transaction. Tropico de Nopal Gallery, and Art Space, 1665 Beverly Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90026

 
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Friends,

I applaud the State Legislature for their recent passage of AB 1482 that prohibits property owners from increasing annual rents by 5% plus inflation while limiting tenant evictions only for just cause.        

Since the introduction of AB 1482 last Match, a surge in ‘no-fault’ evictions was reported in cities around the state including the City of Los Angeles.  On Tuesday, the Council passed an ordinance that would temporarily prohibit all no-fault evictions through December 31, 2019 while preventing evictions for tenants who remain in their homes and whose eviction cases have yet to be adjudicated.    

Unanimously approved by my Council colleagues, my last minute amendment to Section 1 of LAMC 49.98.3 reads as follows: ”This Article shall apply to tenancies where the tenant remains in possession and the eviction lawsuit has not been adjudicated.”  It essentially provides protection to a much larger group of Los Angeles residents than those initially covered by AB 1482.    

This one victory for tenants’ rights is a step forward in our overall battle to solve the housing crisis.  In doing so, I promise never to leave our most vulnerable members behind.

Gil Cedillo
Councilmember, First District

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LEGISLATIVE UPDATE

Councilmember Cedillo’s Amendment on No-Fault Evictions Adopted by City Council

CM Cedillo at Horseshoe

CM with Tenants at Eviction Moratorium Vote

Photo Credit: Conrado TerrazasCross 

The emergency ordinance halting evictions without just cause was approved by the City Council and signed by the Mayor on Tuesday this week. An amendment that would expand the coverage of the ordinance was proposed by Councilmember Cedillo, and was universally approved.

EVENTS

Eastside Market Italian Deli Honored for 90 Years of Tradition

Italian Market Photo 1

Italian Market Photo 2

Photo Credit: Sheri Mandel

On Tuesday, Councilmember Cedillo celebrated the 90th anniversary of Eastside Market Italian Deli, a historic cornerstone in the Victor Heights neighborhood of CD 1. Even decades after one of the largest Italian-American communities in California has moved on, Eastside Market still provides their delicious hot and cold sandwiches to the community, and especially to our City family who stop by for a bite every day.

Honoring Cultural Ambassador Roy Choi at 33rd Annual KHEIR Dinner

CM & Roy Choi KHIER Dinner

Photo Credit: Debby Kim

Councilmember Cedillo honored cultural ambassador Roy Choi at the 33rd Annual KHEIR Dinner on Wednesday. KHEIR has grown to address the multitude of needs in our diverse community. They serve over 12,000 patients a year with 90% of their clients low-income of many different social and cultural backgrounds. Congratulations to all the honorees, and thank you to KHEIR for continuing to serve CD 1.

CultivaLA and Madres al Servicio de la Comunidad as Council District 1 Food Champions 2019

CM with Madres Council

CM with Cultiva LA

Photo Credit: Luis Gonzalez

Huge congratulations to CultivaLA and Madres al Servicio de la Comunidad, the 2019 CD 1 Food Champions. Their work with Westlake Community Garden has greatly improved access to fresh fruits and vegetables in the local community.

Special Visit by 3rd Graders to Share “My City Councilmember” Project

Third Graders Visit CH 1

Third Graders Visit CH 1

Photo Credit: Debby Kim

On Wednesday, CD 1 welcomed very special visitors Dexter, Jacob and Robyn, who came to the City Hall office to share their 3rd grade research project, “My City Councilmember.” These budding community leaders are another part of what makes the First District number one!

First Responders Luncheon

1st Responders Lunch 2

1st Responders Lunch #3

1st Responders Lunch #1

1st Responders Lunch #1

Photo Credit: Jose Rodriguez and Steve Weingarten

Councilmember Cedillo co-sponsored a lunch on Thursday with Victory Outreach to honor the work of 150 first responders. We thanked the honorees for their efforts and service in protecting our community, responding to emergencies, and aiding and assisting neighbors when in need. Their selfless sacrifice provides critical support for our communities, and we owe them and their families a huge debt of gratitude.

Micro-unit Housing Forum

Micro Unit Workshop

Photo Credit: Gerald Gubatan

Team Cedillo hosted a round table forum at Los Angeles City Hall on the challenges of developing Micro-unit Housing. Microunits provide high-quality living space on a smaller footprint than traditional apartments, and are another option the City is considering in providing more residential options in transit-dense areas.

Nearly 40 architects, real estate professionals, and interested stakeholders came together to identify potential hurdles in producing this housing type in Los Angeles.  We eagerly await the results of the City’s studies that will give further insight into this new type of high-density housing.

Council Motion initiated by Council Member Cedillo

The forum was convened in partnership with the Central City Association (CCA).  CCA Report on Micro Units in Downtown LA

UPCOMING TEAM CEDILLO EVENTS

Hoover Clean Up SPANISH 10-26-19

Hoover Clean Up ENGLISH 10-26-19

CCNP Health Fair ENGLISH 10-26-19

CCNP Health Fair SPANISH 10-26-19

AquaMan Movie Night 10-26-19

Día de los Muertos Procession in Cypress Park

Mujeres De la Tierra Procession Photo

Photo Credit: Mujeres de la Tierra

Mujeres Procession 10-26-19

October is coming to an end, but our festivities are just beginning! We invite you to join us on Tuesday, October 29, 2019, at 5:30 pm for Mujeres De la Tierra’s annual Dia de los Muertos Community Procession, co-sponsored by Councilmember Cedillo. 

The community procession will begin at Cypress Park Branch Library and will conclude at the Los Angeles River Center and Gardens. As there is no parking at the library, we recommend you park at the Los Angeles River Center and Gardens (570 W Ave 26, Los Angeles, CA 90065). A FREE shuttle will be provided to the Cypress Park Branch Library (1150 Cypress Ave).

Once at the Los Angeles River Center and Gardens, we will have a ribbon cutting ceremony for our altar art installation that will include food, music, and community networking.

For the past six years, Mujeres de la Tierra has celebrated Dia de los Muertos by creating artistic and unique altars to commemorate Latino traditions. The goal for our community procession is to invite local Northeast Los Angeles neighborhoods to foster deeper community ties and to continue to celebrate ancestral tradition.


Academia Avance Ciudadania 10-29-19

Citizenship Workshop SPANISH 10-29-19

Film Community Meeting Flyer English 10-29-19

Breast Cancer Arroyo 10-23-19 SPANISH

William Mead Holloween English

William Mead Holloween Spanish

Halloween Cypress Park 10-31-19

Westlake Pumpkin Patch Flyer ENGLISH

Westlake Pumpkin Patch SPANISH

Ave 50 DDLM 11-1-19

Councilmember Cedillo Partners with 24th Street Theater for Día de los Muertos in One of the Largest Commemorations in CD 1

Come remember your loved ones at Dia De Los Muertos at Hoover Triangle in University Park. Enjoy the live music, food vendors and more!

Sponsored by Councilmember Cedillo, 24th Street Theater, Councilmember Marqueece Harris-Dawson and Assemblymember Reggie Jones-Sawyer, the celebration is on South Hoover Street at South Union Avenue, on November 2 from 6pm to 10pm. Video Promo

Dia de Los Muertos 11-2-19 Page 1

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Westlake Farmers Parket

Veteran's Day 11-8-19

Rally on 25th Anniversary of Proposition 187

We Are Logo

We Are Flyer

Join us for a day of action as we stand up against racism, hatred and bigotry: Rally for Justice, Immigrant Rights and Equality. It's on Saturday, November 9, 2019 10:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Los Angeles State Historic Park, 1245 N. Spring Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012.

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Lincoln Heights Carnival Flyer

Lincoln Heights Carnival Discount Tickets

Free Shoes 11-16-19

Arroyo Vista Resource Fair SPANISH 11-16-19

Arroyo Vista Resource Fair ENGLISH 11-16-19

Silent art auction to benefit Central City Action Committee/CCAC in Echo Park

The event will benefit at-risk youth services and programs organized by non-profit Central City Action Committee. Located in Angelino Heights, they have been in the neighborhood since the 70s helping low to moderate income kids and families through education, work programs, mentorship, volunteerism and city beautification. *100% or 50% of auction proceeds will go directly to CCAC. Note: Some service fees will be incurred per transaction. Tropico de Nopal Gallery, and Art Space, 1665 Beverly Blvd. Los Angeles, CA 90026

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FIELD UPDATE

Informational Session on Street Vending

Street Vending Info Session

Photo Credit: Luis Gonzalez

Streets LA educated individuals in attendance about the City’s rules and regulations on street vending, and County Health also provided information on health permit process. People had the opportunity to ask questions in regards to street vending, and we want to thank Streets LA and County Health for helping everyone out.

2nd Annual Rampart Fall Festival

Rampart Fall Festival

Rampart Fall Festival 2

Photo Credit: Ricardo Flores

2nd Annual Rampart Fall Festival, co-sponsored by Team Cedillo and El Centro Del Pueblo, Heluna Healthy, Volunteers of America, and LAPD Rampart Division.

Pop-Up Resource Fair

Pop Up Resource Fair LAPD 10th St

Photo Credit: Ricardo Flores

Team Cedillo partnered up with LAPD Rampart Division and the 10th Street Neighborhood Watch to host a Pop-Up Resource Fair this week.

Pico Union Movie Night

Pico Union Movie Night

Pop Up Resource Fair

Pop Up Resource Fair 2

Pico Union Movie Night Photo 5

Photo Credit: Luis Gonzalez

Movie Night in Pico Union in collaboration with LAPD Rampart and Volunteers of America. Attendees enjoyed free popcorn, candy, and toys.

Eastside Food Market Italian Deli 90th Anniversary

Eastside Market 90th Anniversay

Photo Credit: Ricardo Flores

Team Cedillo partnered up with the Owners of Eastside Market to host their 90th anniversary.

Alejandra Delfin, President of Catalina Walton Neighborhood Association Honored

Alejandra Delfin

Photo Credit: Luis Gonzalez

We want to offer congratulations to Alejandra Delfin, for her service to the Pico-Union community as the President of Catalina Walton Neighborhood Association.

New Stop Sign by Franklin High School

Irving Pl Stop Sign

Photo Credit: Bill Cody

CD 1 comes through for Franklin High School students and parents. Principal Regina Marquez-Martinez at Franklin High got in touch with Councilmember Cedillo about an unsafe DASH stop, and CD 1 was able to quickly provide the necessary changes. Principal Marquez-Martinez said the parents are thrilled.

Pico Union Seniors Graduate from Puede Center's Computer and Technology Course

Seniors Graduate Puede Center

Photo Credit: Luis Gonzalez

Congratulations go out to all Pico Union seniors that graduated from Puede Center's Computer and Technology course. Graduating seniors completed 12 hours of instruction on web browsing, computer literacy, email, social media, and basic Microsoft office skills.

Free Farmers Market in Cypress Park at El Centro Del Pueblo

Cypress Park Farmers Market 1

Cypress Park Farmers Market 2

Photo Credit: Elsy Hernandez 

We had a Free Farmers Market in Cypress Park at El Centro Del Pueblo. Councilmember Cedillo partnered with Umma to provide free produce for the community. Thanks to GPNC, Unidos por NELA, and Accion Communitaria for helping make this happen.

Sidewalk Program

The City of Los Angeles has recently extended its Safe Sidewalks LA Rebate Program. 

Over the next 30 years, the City will invest $1.4 billion to fix sidewalks in Council District 2 and throughout the city, to make them accessible to everyone. While funds are available, eligible property owners willing to pay for their own sidewalk repair on an accelerated schedule can receive up to $10,000 in rebates for a commercial or residential lot. 

If you're a property owner with broken sidewalks in front of your business or home, you are eligible for the rebate program. To better understand how to get enrolled and to find out more about the rebate at https://safesidewalks.lacity.org/ or my Highland Park District Office 323-550-1538

UPCOMING EVENTS AND PROGRAMS

Grand Park DDLM 10-26-19

Leadership Summit 10-29-19

ECDP Cypress Park Halloween

Join us at the many Recreation and Parks Spooky, Fright Night Fun Thriller Activities for all in Council District 1.

Halloween RAP Activities #1

 

Halloween Activities RAP #2

Halloween Activities RAP #3

Metrolink Notice 11-1 to 2

Plaza DDLM 1 11-1-19

Plaza DDLM 2 11-1-19

Sacred Heart Fight Night 11-2-10

Montevista Film Magnet

RAP Fall 2019 Schedule ENGLISH

RAP Fall 2019 Schedule ENGLISH

Sign up Census Kiosk

Census Kiosk Requirements Page 1

CAC Software Requirements Flyer Page 2

Census Kiosk Requirements Page 2

Spanish Census Poster

Census Counting for Dollars Page 1

 

Census Counting for Dollars Page 2

General Flyer Spa Page 1

General Flyer Eng Spa Page 2

 


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Councilmember Gil Cedillo
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Friends,

On Tuesday in Council, I joined my colleagues in supporting an ordinance that would protect tenants from any rise in no-fault evictions in anticipation of AB 1482, the recently signed state law, which prohibits evictions without "just cause" and restricts rent increases to no more than 5 percent each year.

It is not a surprise that in advance of the implementation of AB 1482, no-fault eviction notices and threats of eviction have surged. This new emergency ordinance will ensure renter protections to hundreds of thousands of households and give those residents housing security until the new State law takes effect on January 1. At a time when the City is experiencing an unprecedented housing crisis, the new legislation provides a critical tool to prevent further homelessness and displacement.

Gil Cedillo
Councilmember, First District

Facebook: @CMGilbertCedillo
Instagram: CMGilbertCedillo
Twitter: @CMGilbertCedillo
Website: www.GilCedillo.com

 



 

LEGISLATIVE UPDATE

Lincoln Heights BID Renewal Moving Forward

On Tuesday this week, Councilmember Cedillo’s motion authorizing all necessary assistance for renewing the Lincoln Heights Business Improvement District was passed on consent. The City Clerk has now been given the power to disburse funding to support the work necessary for the renewal, and we eagerly await the new works that the BID has in store for the future.

Celebrating 25 years of Vista LA

Vista LA Council Presentation

Photo Credit: Sheri Mandel

Councilmember Cedillo joined Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez in celebrating the 25th Anniversary of ABC 7's Vista LA by honoring the staff, reporters, and producers in council last Tuesday. Vista LA has served as a platform for inspiring the community, shedding light on key issues, and giving a voice for the Latino community in Southern California. 

EVENTS

Hoover Triangle Phase 2 Improvements Complete

Hoover Triangle Ribbon Cutting

Hoover Triangle #2

Hoover Triangle #3

Photo Credit: Sheri Mandel

After many months, the second improvement phase at the Hoover Triangle is finally complete! Councilmember Cedillo has long-supported the project, authoring the necessary funding for all the improvements at the revitalized public space.

Located in University Park, Hoover Triangle now has two brand-new shade structures, large box canopy trees to provide even more shade, decorative items, benches, and trash receptacles designed to provide the local community with public space for gatherings, hangouts, and even local festivals like the upcoming Day of the Dead festival on November 2.

Filipino American History Month Celebrated at City Council

Filipino American History Month

Photo Credit: Betsy Annas

UPCOMING TEAM CEDILLO EVENTS

Cypress Park Farmers Market ENGLISH

Cypress Park Farmers Market SPANISH

Westlake Farmers Parket

Aladdin Movie Night 10-18-19 ENGLISH

Aladdin Movie Night 10-18-19 SPANISH

Block Party 10-19-19

10th St Block Party SPANISH

Eastside Market 90th

Fall Festival 10-19-19 ENGLISH

Fall Festival 10-19-19 SPANISH

Academia Avance Ciudadania 10-29-19

Film Community Meeting Flyer English 10-29-19

Breast Cancer Arroyo 10-23-19 SPANISH

Halloween Cypress Park 10-31-19

Ave 50 DDLM 11-1-19

Councilmember Cedillo Co-Sponsors Dia de Los Muertos Commemoration Saturday, November 2nd

Join us for the second year that we are co-sponsoring Dia de los Muertos on Saturday, November 2nd, 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. featuring La Sonora Dinamita. On the street on Hoover Street and Union Avenue in University Park.

Dia de Los Muertos 11-2-19 Page 1

Dia de Los Muertos 11-2-19 Page 2

FIELD UPDATE

West Adams Preparatory High School Fire Academy and Police Academy Visit City Hall

West Adams Fire & Police Academies Photo 1

West Adams Fire & Police Academies Photo 2

Photo Credit: Luis Gonzalez

The West Adams Preparatory High School Fire Academy and Police Academy visited City Council this week. Both academies are located in Pico Union and we are excited to get to better know the next generation of our first responders!

Marmion Way Clean Up

Marmion Way Clean Up Photo 3

Marmion Way Clean Up Photo 1

Marmion Way Clean Up Photo 3

Photo Credit: Bill Cody

35 people helped out this week at a neighborhood cleanup to make Marmion Way sparkle!

Pico Union Clean Up

Pico Union Clean Up #1

Pico Union Clean Up #2

Pico Union Clean Up #3

Photo Credit: Luis Gonzalez

Community clean up in Pico Union with National Heath Foundation and LA Public Works Commissioner Aura Garcia.

2nd Annual 18th Street Block Party in Pico Union

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18th Street Block Party Photo 2

18th Street Block Party Photo 3

Photo Credit: Luis Gonzalez

Team Cedillo took part in the 2nd Annual 18th Street Block Party in Pico Union. Neighbors got access to resources and there was plenty of food, entertainment, and games for everyone.

Pumpkin Patch in Westlake Open!

Westlake Pumpkin Patch #1

Westlake Pumpkin Patch #3

Westlake Pumpkin Patch #2

Photo Credit: Luis Gonzalez

Westlake Pumpkin Patch Flyer ENGLISH

Westlake Pumpkin Patch SPANISH

Come get your pumpkin for Halloween! Venga por su calabaza!

Temple-Beaudry Clean Up

Temple Beaudry Clean Up Photo 1

Temple Beaudry Clean Up Photo 2

Photo Credit: Ricardo Flores

Team Cedillo partnered with Francisco Gonzales of Boy Scout Troop 121 to help beautify the community. Francisco, who is working on his Eagle Project, worked side by side with Field Deputy Ricardo Flores on planning the event, from community outreach efforts to logistics. It was a great success!

Equitas Academy Parent Conference

Equitas Conference #1

Equitas Conference #2

Photo Credit: Luis Gonzalez

Team Cedillo giving an informational presentation about city services at Equitas Academy.

Safe Sidewalks LA Rebate Program Extended

Sidewalk Program

The City of Los Angeles has recently extended its Safe Sidewalks LA Rebate Program. 

Over the next 30 years, the City will invest $1.4 billion to fix sidewalks in Council District 2 and throughout the city, to make them accessible to everyone. While funds are available, eligible property owners willing to pay for their own sidewalk repair on an accelerated schedule can receive up to $10,000 in rebates for a commercial or residential lot. 

If you're a property owner with broken sidewalks in front of your business or home, you are eligible for the rebate program. To better understand how to get enrolled and to find out more about the rebate call 213 485-4927 or my Highland Park District Office 323-550-1538

UPCOMING EVENTS AND PROGRAMS

Montevista Film Magnet

Breast Cancer Arroyo 10-23-19 ENGLISH

Breast Cancer Arroyo 10-23-19 SPANISH

Montevista Fall Fest 10-25-19

Join us at the many Recreation and Parks Spooky, Fright Night Fun Thriller Activities for all in Council District 1.

Halloween RAP Activities #1

 

Halloween Activities RAP #2

Halloween Activities RAP #3

RAP Fall 2019 Schedule ENGLISH

RAP Fall 2019 Schedule ENGLISH

 

Curb You Waste LA Pilot Route

 

Sign up Census Kiosk

Census Kiosk Requirements Page 1

CAC Software Requirements Flyer Page 2

Census Kiosk Requirements Page 2

Spanish Census Poster

Census Counting for Dollars Page 1

 

Census Counting for Dollars Page 2

General Flyer Spa Page 1

General Flyer Eng Spa Page 2

 


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Councilmember Gil Cedillo
http://www.gilcedillo.com/

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Join us for Councilmember Gilbert Cedillo's 6th Annual Latin Jazz & Music Festival 

October 5th, 2019 & October 6th, 2019 

COUNCILMEMBER GILBERT CEDILLO WILL PRESENT HIS 6TH ANNUAL FREE LATIN JAZZ AND MUSIC FESTIVAL ON SATURDAY AND SUNDAY, OCTOBER 5 AND 6, 2019 FROM 11:00 A.M – 8:30 P.M. EACH DAY AT SYCAMORE GROVE PARK, 4702 N. FIGUEROA STREET BETWEEN AVENUE 49 AND WOODSIDE DRIVE IN LOS ANGELES. SOME OF THE PERFORMERS DURING THE TWO-DAY FESTIVAL WILL INCLUDE:
LA SANTA CECILIA, COLD DUCK, BOOGALOO ASSASSINS, FRANCISCO TORRES LATIN JAZZ ENSEMBLE AND SELENAMOS. THE FESTIVAL WILL ALSO FEATURE FOOD, A BEER & WINE GARDEN, ARTS & CRAFTS, DANCING, PINATA MAKING, LOTERIA AND A KID’S PLAYGROUND. For information call 213-473-7001. https://www.facebook.com/events/2309718429280361/

 

LEGISLATIVE UPDATE 
Council Passes 2019-2020 Budget

(Photo Credit: Mel Ilomin)

Thanks to the tenacity, ingenuity, and diplomacy of my colleagues and city staff, we passed the City of Los Angeles’ new $10.6B budget for Fiscal Year 2019-2020 – with the largest reserve fund in City history. Having this reserve places us in a healthy fiscal state to address today’s needs while also protecting us from possible economic downturns in the foreseeable future.

You can read more about this historic budget and collaboration by clicking here.

Council Honors UCLA for 100 Years of Service




(Photo Credit: Jay A Cortez and Mike Fong)

The entire City of Los Angeles and City Hall were feeling the Blue & Gold spirit this week as we gathered to honor the University of California, Los Angeles for their Centennial Anniversary Celebration. Team Cedillo, in particular, was very excited as we have the honor of having a significant number of Bruin staff. “Can you do the 8-clap?” is a mandatory question for all Team Cedillo job interviews. We’re half-joking. Go Bruins!

See the UCLA Marching Band enter Council Chambers by clicking here.


FIELD UPDATE
Vida Sana Health Event in Pico Union





(Photo Credit: Luis Gonzalez)

We helped host the “Vida Sana” event at Pico Union.  The event provided free produce and tips on health eating.  Join us for the next Vida Sana Sunday on June 2nd which includes free music, produce, games and resources!

Click here to see the flyer with info on our Facebook Page.

Catalina Walton Neighborhood Association Meeting

(Photo Credit: Luis Gonzalez)

Team Cedillo attended a meeting with the executive board of Catalina Walton Neighborhood Association where we discussed parking and issues on public safety.

Chavez Community Garden Meeting



(Photo Credit: Luis Gonzalez)

This week, Team Cedillo presented certificates of recognition to the outgoing and incoming members of the Lincoln Heights Neighborhood Council.  Working together, we will continue to address issues important to Lincoln Heights.

Mental Health Services for Lincoln Heights Seniors


(Photo Credit: Conrado TerrazasCross)

Lincoln Heights Senior Center, in partnership with Team Cedillo, Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health, Northeast Mental Health & Wellness Center, hosted a  mental health awareness and access session to our seniors as part of Mental Health Awareness Month.

Berendo Neighborhood Association Visits City Hall





(Photo Credit: Jay A Cortez and Luis Gonzalez)

Berendo Neighborhood Association is one of our biggest allies out on the field and we were happy to host them as City Hall this week to honor their tremendous efforts and support.  Councilman Cedillo acknowledged the organization at the end of Wednesday’s Council meeting.

Venice Blvd Improvements



(Photo Credit: Luis Gonzalez)

Streets LA, formerly known as City of Los Angeles Bureau of Street Services, and Bureau of Engineering completed sidewalk repair in front of Magnolia Elementary in Pico Union on Venice Blvd from Orchard to Magnolia Ave.


NEWS UPDATE
In Memory of: Nativo Lopez



(Photo Credit: Hector Cruz Sandoval)

My great friend and ally, Nativo Lopez Vigil, President of La Hermandad Mexicana passed away last Sunday.  It was from Nativo that I first learned about the mass towing of vehicles owned by undocumented immigrants which led to my decade long fight in the Legislature to allow undocumented immigrants apply for AB 60 Driver’s licenses.  Nativo was always there to fight the good fight, no matter the controversy or unpopularity of a cause.  In a time where immigrants are vilified by the person who occupies the highest office in the land, Nativo has chosen to fight for the undocumented working members of the society.  His friends, as well as his critics, all agree that Nativo was “fearless”.  I share more about our history and just how much he meant to me in a Facebook post earlier this week, found here.

EPD Nativo Lopez Vigil (1951-2019)


UPCOMING EVENTS
Event Happening This Weekend



Later this Month
Levitt Pavilion Summer Concert Lineup 

Levitt LA's 2019 LINEUP IS HERE! Conerts start JUNE 1!
RSVP today: concerts.levittlosangeles.org #MacArthurPark #DondeViveLaMúsica


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