LAPD Devonshire Division Launches New E-Business Website


LAPD Devonshire Division announces E-Business Watch, a website created exclusively for business owners in the Devonshire area.  The site, which is the only one like it in the City of Los Angeles, provides up to date information about recent business crimes, crime maps showing specifically where criminal activity is occurring, and crime prevention tips for business owners.

This is also an ideal place for area business owners to help LAPD prevent crime by informing LAPD Devonshire Division about what is happening in your location. The site also provides links to important services provided by the City of Los Angeles for the business owner.

If you are a business owner in the Devonshire Area, sign up today for E-Business Watch and receive up to date information from LAPD Devonshire Division including:

  • Captain’s Corner – videos covering tips, trends and upcoming events
  • Devonshire staff bios and contact information for Captains, Senior Lead Officers, etc.
  • Discussion Forum – topics offered for business owner feedback
  • Calendar of upcoming community and business events
  • Crime prevention definitions/tips to protect your business (e.g., burglary, shoplifting, theft, robbery, bad checks, graffiti, gangs)
  • Crime Maps – Devonshire business crime types/locations
  • Recent business crime occurrences in Devonshire Area
  • Business Services Information/links (e.g., LAPD Home Site, Building and Safety, L.A. City Councilmember Mitchell Englander, Permits, Licenses, Graffiti, Dial 311, Chamber of Commerce)
  • Access for submitting crime tips

For more information and to register, go to

City Approves Neighborhood Council Division Reform


This month, the City Council voted to support a plan to simplify the process to allow for new neighborhood councils in smaller communities that are part of existing NCs. The old de-certification process was an unfair and overbearing process to people who serve as volunteers. The new ordinance allows for up to five new sub-division neighborhood council additions every two years while incorporating safeguards to protect the integrity and long-standing goals of our neighborhood councils.

SOLID’s 21st Annual "All You Can Eat” Pasta Dinner


Friday, October 14, 2016
5pm to 8pm

Supporters of Law Enforcement in Devonshire is hosting their 21st annual all you can eat pasta dinner. There will be a silent auction and all proceeds will be used to purchase “non city” supplied equipment for our officers to better serve our community and to promote Community Policing. Tickets are $10 per person.

St. Nicholas Greek Church
9501 Balboa Blvd.
Northridge, CA 91325

Recap of LA’s 2016 Congress of Neighborhood Councils


This year’s Congress of Neighborhoods for the Neighborhood Councils (NCs) was up in attendance by the hundreds and consistent in quality as previous years. The program was well planned out and consisted of workshops from gaining knowledge of City departments’ protocols to improving pertinent management skills required of NC board members for successful interactions in increasing City engagement. There were 39 workshops coordinated with presenters, some with moderators and panelists that included City officials.

The LAPD Cadets served as hospitality hosts, adding charm and formality to the NC Congress. Their elegance was all around the rotunda of the 3rd floor at City Hall, providing directions to arriving visitors. “In that direction,” said one as she pointed with her white gloves.

In the opening session, City Council President Herb Wesson, Chair of the L.A. City Neighborhood Councils Committee, opened with brief Read more »

Valley Disaster Preparedness Fair 2016


Saturday October 1, 2016
10:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

Free admission • Free family EP kits* • Free parking
Free food* (all-beef hot dogs, hamburgers, and veggieburgers with fixings)
Everything is free at the Fair to encourage everyone to be disaster ready.

Fire Station 87

10124 Balboa Blvd
Granada Hills, California 91344
(between Devonshire St. & Lassen St.)
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Planning and Land Use 101


Sat, October 8th, 10am – 1pm

Confused about what’s being built in your community (and what isn’t)?  Learn how City Planning works!

Free Planning & Land Use 101 crash course with special guests:

Kevin Ocubillo | Transportation & Planning Deputy
Office of Councilmember José Huizar, City Council District 14 | City of Los Angeles

Craig Weber | Principal City Planner
Department of City Planning | City of Los Angeles

Haydee Urita-Lopez | City Planner
Community Planning Bureau | Boyle Heights Plan | City of Los Angeles

Saturday, October 8th, 2016, 10am – 1pm
3750 Verdugo Rd, Los Angeles, CA 90065

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