Category: Community News

Thank You Gov. Brown for your SB 649 Veto

Thank you Gov. Brown for your veto of SB 649, which would have stripped local government of any say over the placement of cell towers on public rights of way and capped the fees paid to local governments for their installation. The Palms NC joined with other West LA Neighborhood Councils through the Westside Regional…

Heads Up On New City Parking Regulations

Palms residents, a heads up on a new rule change from the City regarding sidewalk parking: “After years of quietly allowing drivers to leave their vehicles partially or even fully parked on the far edge of the sidewalk, the Los Angeles Department of Transportation is cracking down on parkway parking. A parkway is the stretch…

New Mural Almost Complete on Motor Avenue

    We’re excited to see the a new mural almost complete on Motor Ave near the Palms community garden. This project is made possible in partnership with the Motor Avenue Improvement Association.  

PNC Special Meeting on Diversity and Inclusion: 2/1/17 at the IMAN Center

In light of recent political events, the Palms Neighborhood Council will host a special meeting to discuss and herald the diversity that makes Los Angeles great–across all people, creeds, and cultures–tomorrow at the IMAN Center after the General Assembly meeting beginning at 7 p.m. We are lucky to welcome Dr. Namazikhah of the IMAN Center,…

Palms Included in Culver City Bike Share Feasibility Study

Dear members of the Palms community, Tonight the Culver City Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee included Palms on its draft service area of the Culver City Bike Share feasibility study! This is huge for the 44,000 residents of Palms – as we live in the most affordable, diverse, and dense community in the west side of the City of…

Palms Takes on the Clean Streets Challenge

From picking up trash to spreading the word about MyLA311 to a trash bin petition, Palms came together for Mayor Eric Garcetti‘s #CleanStreetsChallenge! Special thanks to our community partners at the Parish of St. Mary and at the Motor Avenue Improvement Association, as well as to all of our incredible community volunteers.