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UNNC Invites You to: A Community Conversation/Town Hall Meeting About Land Use Changes Coming to Arlington Heights and Jefferson Park on Monday February 8.Read more

Traffic Ticket

On June 24, 2015, the Governor signed into law a one-time amnesty program for unpaid traffic and non-traffic infraction tickets. You can take advantage of it now through March 31, 2017.Read more

2015 Christmas photo

Your Neighborhood Council, United Neighborhoods, would like to thank all of the committed stakeholders for the amazing amount of work that was accomplished in our neighborhoods this year, from great community events to taking on the Oil Companies and more! We wish you a fantastic holiday season and ask that you contribute to Homes for Heroes.

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Every year, Los Angeles City Council Members get the chance to honor one woman in their district; a pioneer whose work is changing the lives of Angelenos every day.
This year the honor went to Sylvia Lacy!

Council President Herb Wesson said in a very touching speech, "It's a woman's world and Sylvia Lacy helps run it."Read more

We would like to update you on UNNC’s efforts to have more community and City Planning Department oversight at the Murphy Drill Site (2126 West Adams Blvd., at Gramercy Place.)

Recently, the oil and gas operator at that location (Freeport McMoRan, or “FMOG”) proposed an expansion of its natural gas operations (installation of a CEB 800 gas burner) into the landscaped hillside adjacent to 27th Street in Jefferson Park. Read more

What is the West Adams-Baldwin Hills-Leimert New Community Plan?

The city is required by the state to have land use plans. Since Los Angeles is so large, there are 35 different plans. These plans are updated on a rolling basis, with plans getting updates roughly once a decade.Read more

UNNC voted to support the renovation of Leslie Shaw Park in Jefferson Park. This park is the only open space in the boundaries of Jefferson Park.

A committee of Jefferson Park residents formed to advocate for the park and the initial meeting was November 15, 2012 at the Jefferson Branch Library.Read more