Social Distancing Reduces Traffic At Brentwood Farmer's Market
Mayor Garcetti talks with Mike Bonin and first responders during Dec 2017 fire.
Sent Date: 09/21/19
Gophers. Disease. Climate. All are taking a toll on the Coral Trees on San Vicente Blvd. The second of two forums was held Sept. 7 to discuss how to enhance their existence. There is no truth to the rumor that the trees will be cut down. Rather, participants including a certified arborist, an LA Urban Forestry supervisor and Santa Monica managers responsible for planting and pruning their Coral Trees, discussed the best practices going forward. The general consensus was to continue replanting Coral Trees after gopher containment while studying possible compatible trees to help regulate the climate in years to come. The Coral Trees on San Vicente were designated a Cultural Heritage Monument in 1976.
If you wish to contribute to maintenance and replacement of the Coral Trees, contact the Brentwood Coral Tree Endowment Fund*
It is now legal in Los Angeles to rent our your home for a short-term, so long as you abide by certain guidelines. If you are renting your home or you have a concern about a nearby home with frequent short-term tenants, please check our webpage that has "Frequently Asked Questions" about the new law, and a "Guest Code of Conduct" that hosts should post in their rental. The 24/7 hotline for concerns or complaints is (213) 267-7788.
The BHA often sends out sudden traffic alerts by text. If you would like to receive them, please visit our website, login and add your mobile number.
Look closely (or click photo for larger image) and you will see traffic back in 1956, on eastbound Wilshire while the 405 was under construction. This view looks northwest.