Social Distancing Reduces Traffic At Brentwood Farmer's Market
Mayor Garcetti talks with Mike Bonin and first responders during Dec 2017 fire.
BHA Update 07.26.2019
Sent Date: 07/26/19
The bomb threat emailed on Monday to a business on San Vicente was a hoax but caused a shutdown of the boulevard for more than an hour.
Earthquakes and Burglaries
Did you know one of the best ways to stay safe in either scenario is to have a relationship with your neighbors? Law enforcement and disaster management officials from across the State have repeatedly encouraged us to promote community awareness and preparation. In addition to security cameras and alarms, police tell us neighbors on the street walking dogs and just hanging around discourage burglars who definitely don't want to be seen. Similar notes come from officials talking about "The Big One." They encourage neighbors to discuss preparedness and have a plan for communicating during a natural disaster. Remember, single family neighborhoods are last on the list for first responders who will be busy in multi-family zones and commercial districts.
Take the step to get to know your neighbors,
for your safety and theirs!
Did you know you can file a police report online?
Here is a list of what can be filed online:
Harassing Phone Calls: Any person who repeatedly, with the intent to annoy, telephones or makes contact by means of an electronic communication. For example, immediate hang-ups, obscene language, emails, text messages with no known suspects. Lost Property: Personal property that was unintentionally left by its true owner. For example, property left behind at an unknown location or left behind with no attempt to retrieve it. Vandalism: Any person who maliciously damages, destroys or defaces the property of another person. For example, knocking over a mailbox, spray painting a wall, or throwing a rock through a window. Theft: Personal property taken from a publicly accessible location. For example, a package is taken from your porch; or, you left your wallet behind in a restaurant, but when you attempted to go back to retrieve it, the wallet was no longer there. Theft from Vehicle: Theft from an unlocked or locked vehicle. Hit and Run: Damage caused by another vehicle in which the driver should have left information or fled the scene without stopping to provide information.