Nancy Clark, Joe Philips, Priscilla Anchondo Priscilla Anchondo receives Certificate from Reseda NC
at the Clean Streets Award Ceremony Vice President Garner and Board Member Cochrane
The Reseda NC wants to thank all our volunteers who were so diligent and hard-working in all our clean up campaigns last year. Without community participation, it doesn’t happen.
On Saturday, January 14, the Mobility and Environment Committee picked up an award on behalf of the Reseda NC. The Mobility and Environment Committee was proud to pick up a $1250.00 award for the use by the Reseda NC for cleanup activities.
The Clean Streets LA Challenge provided an opportunity for all the city's Neighborhood Councils to compete for a share of $25,000 in grant money. The Clean Streets Challenge operated from mid-September to mid-November. Fifty proposals from 96 neighborhood councils were submitted. The Challenge was to partner with at least 3 different community groups, one being a Neighborhood Council, and to clean up the streets of troubled areas in their neighborhoods. The Clean Streets Initiative was also looking to educate the public to the MyLA311 app and improve the responsiveness of City Services to people calling in for service.
Reseda NC looks forward to using that money in the community. Look for more information to come.