Useful Phone Numbers
Flooded Streets: LA Sanitation, (800)-773-2489
Downed Power Lines: LADWP, (800)-342-5397, or 911
Clogged City Sewer Lines: LA Sanitation, (800)-772-2489
Emergency Updates: Emergency Management, (213)-484-4800
Sandbags: Fire Department, (213)-978-3800
Post-Rain Mosquitos: Vector Control District, (562)-944-9656
For other inquiries call 311
Dispose of hazardous waste such as pesticides, cleaners, batters, electronic waste, motor oil, paints, and antifreeze at a SAFE Center.
A health clinic for families and people who have a lower income or do not have Insurance.
CFHE provides affordable and comprehensive medical care for underserved, uninsured, and underinsured residents of the greater Panorama City area. CFHE has been providing primary health care, mental health care, dental care, and women’s and children health care, as well as transportation services for patients since 2009. In addition to medical treatment, CFHE works with community organizations to provide health education programs in the community, like smoking cessation and workshops to minimize the impacts of chronic diseases like diabetes, cancer and heart problems.
The LAPD depends on you, the residents of LA, to help fight crime in your neighborhood. Partner with us to make our communities safer places to live, to work and to play. Please call 877-ASK-LAPD to make reports of illegal fireworks usage. Helpful information needed is the addresses of where the fireworks are being launched from. You can also sign up for their Civilian Police Academy.
promotes and support disaster awareness, education, and preparedness via community events, public forums, focused programs, and targeted outreach.
"Prepare LA is the campaign to help Los Angeles be better prepared for, safer
during and more resilient after emergencies and disasters. By providing tips, tools, and training, and fostering community partnerships that promote education and resiliency, the Prepare LA campaign enables Los Angeles to be better prepared for any type of emergency or disaster—big or small."
"According to the Humane Society of the United States and the ASPCA, there are over seventy five million dog owners across the nation. That’s dozens, if not hundreds, of neighbors walking their dog throughout the community at all times of the day, all days of the week, in all weather conditions, who are often preoccupied with texting, chatting, emailing and listening to music. Dog Walker Watch encourages these neighbors to assist local law enforcement as extra eyes and ears while out walking their dog."
A national organization with the mission to end sex trafficking and bring freedom to the exploited through four strong programs: Awareness, Prevention, Outreach and Residential.
A place to voice concerns and come up with solutions about health and safety in the community.