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LYNWOOD N’ PERSPECTIVE
MONTHLY CITY NEWSLETTER
OF THE CITY OF LYNWOOD
JULY - VOL.9 - ISSUE 7- 2015
José Luis Solache
Mayor
Angel Daniel Rodriguez
Kid Mayor of the Month of June
Maria T. Santillan-Beas
Mayor Pro Tem
Aide Castro
Council Member
Edwin Hernandez
Council Member
Salvador Alatorre
Council Member
Maria Quiñonez
City Clerk
Yolanda Rodriguez Gonzalez
City Treasurer
J. Arnoldo Beltran
City Manager
INSIDE THIS ISSUE
PG. 2
WATER CONSERVATION MEETING
PG. 2
COUNCIL HIGHLIGHTS
PG. 3
SUMMER CURFEW FOR KIDS
PG. 5
MARIACHI UNDER THE STARS
PG. 5
SUMMER DAY CAMP SCHEDULE
PG. 6
COMMUNITY CALENDAR
CITY CALENDAR PREVIEW
FEATURE
Under the Healthy Cities Initiative promise to keep Lynwood
residents active and involved, the City of Lynwood has kept its word this year
by not only reinvigorating its annual Weight Loss Challenge earlier this spring,
but has breathed new life into all of its summer programming, including
treating residents to a bigger, better 4th of July Spectacular and Carnival,
blockbuster movies for its Movies in the Park Summer Program, more variety
to choose from at its newly titled Farmer’s Market and Street Fair, and not to
mention the improvements and renovations at both of the City’s parks and at
its Olympic-sized Natatorium. It is very clear, that this summer, there will be
little time to do nothing within the City.
Summer fun in July launches upward on - you guessed it - the 4th
of July, as the City of Lynwood celebrates its annual 4th of July Spectacular
and Carnival from 3 to 10 p.m. at Lynwood City Park. The City’s annual 4th
of July Spectacular brings out more than 8,000 people every year to enjoy a
day full of surprise activities, including carnival rides, face painting, DJs, rock
climbing, food vendors and of course, a spectacular fireworks display at 9
p.m.
Families can then flock over to another park on Thursdays this
summer through September 3, 2015 as the City’s Community Development
Department and the City’s Recreation and Community Services Department,
have joined forces to cook up some more fun with the City’s Farmer’s Market
& Street Fair and Movies in the Park series together at Yvonne Burke/Ham
Park on Atlantic Avenue. Families can arrive at the park by 4 p.m., enjoy the
Farmer’s Market’s fresh produce, freshly cooked foods, nuts, coffees, novelties,
shaved ice, flavored popcorn, etc., and stay for the Movies in the Park, which
begins at 7:45 p.m. Families are encouraged to come out and support the
Farmer’s Market and watch a free movie under the stars.
On Friday, July 24, 2015, residents will also be treated to a special
night of Mariachi Under the Stars with featured guest lecturer Gregorio Luke,
director of Art in Communities and Schools. A Murals Under the Stars multimedia presentation, the City of Lynwood, Plaza Mexico and Luke will treat
the community to an evening of folkloric performances, art, musical guests,
mariachi music, its instruments and a lecture on its history.
The City’s Recreation and Community Services Department is also
cooking up a storm this year with its “Summer Food Rocks; Summer Food
Services Program,” which provides daily meals for children during summer
vacation. The program is free for youth under 18 years of age. Please call
(310) 603-0220 Ext. 319 for more information.
Whether it is something fun, cultural or delightfully edible, the
City of Lynwood is always looking to prepare something wonderful for its
families. All of the City’s events and programs are great community unifiers
and this summer they are being created in hopes of bringing people out of
their homes to enjoy the outdoors together as families.
HONOR
JULY 4
4TH OF JULY SPECTACULAR
LYNWOOD CITY PARK
3 P.M. TO 9 P.M.
FIREWORKS DISPLAY
@ 9 P.M.
SANTA FE, SPRINGS
WHAT’S
COOKING
THIS
SUMMER?
¿QUÉ HAY DE INTERESANTE ESTE VERANO?
KID MAYOR LEADING THE WAY
EL PEQUEÑO ALCALDE DE JUNIO LIDERANDO EL CAMINO
Eleven-year-old Angel Daniel Rodriguez, a
student in Roosevelt Elementary School’s Special
Needs Program, got the surprise of his life upon
being named the City of Lynwood’s June Kid Mayor.
Rodriguez enthusiastically called June’s first City
Council meeting to order with his family members,
teacher and principal proudly sitting in the audience.
The young Rodriguez captivated everyone in the Council Chambers with his ability at
the dais. His mother Magdalena Diaz, school principal Sandra Verduzco and his teacher
Christiana Okeke were delighted with his performance. “I knew Daniel was the right
candidate for this,” said Verduzco. “Not only is he academically achieving all of his
goals, but he’s a born leader among his classmates.” Diagnosed with severe Autism
at around 3 years of age, Diaz said that she was afraid that her little boy couldn’t
hear or speak. But as it turned out, it was neither. “Less than six years later, Daniel
can understand everything. He can speak, follow directions, and now I can’t get him
to stop talking,” said Diaz with a smile. “Daniel proves to all of us that children with
special needs can be leaders, too.”
The Kid Mayor Program gives 12 star Lynwood Unified School District
students the opportunity to serve as the junior Mayor of the City for one month. Daniel
is the sixth Kid Mayor chosen this year. “Daniel amazes me every day, but when he
amazes other people, including people who don’t understand Autism or who don’t
have the patience to understand Autism, it means so much more,” said Diaz.
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Como parte de la promesa de la Iniciativa de Ciudades Saludables de
mantener a los habitantes de Lynwood activos y participativos, la Ciudad de
Lynwood ha cumplido con su palabra este año no solo al revitalizar su Desafío
de Pérdida de Peso anual a comienzos de la primavera, sino también al darle
una nueva vida a sus programas de verano, que incluyen un mejor y más grande
Carnaval y Espectáculo del 4 de julio, películas taquilleras para su Programa
de Verano de Películas en el Parque, más variedad para elegir en el Mercado
de Agricultores y Feria, que acaba de ser renombrado, y eso sin mencionar las
mejoras y renovaciones en ambos parques de la Ciudad y en su Piscina Olímpica.
Está claro que este verano habrá poco tiempo para no hacer nada la ciudad.
La diversión de verano en julio se lanza, sí, el 4 de julio, con la
celebración anual del Carnaval y Espectáculo del 4 de julio de la Ciudad de
Lynwood de 3 a 10 p.m. en el Lynwood City Park. El Espectáculo Anual del 4
de julio de la Ciudad atrae a más de 8,000 personas cada año para disfrutar
de un día lleno de actividades sorpresa, que incluyen atracciones de carnaval,
pinturas de rostro, DJ, escaladas en roca, vendedores de comida y, por supuesto,
una espectacular muestra de fuegos artificiales a las 9 p.m.
Las familias luego pueden dirigirse a otro parque los jueves este
verano hasta el 3 de septiembre de 2015, ya que el Departamento de Desarrollo
Comunitario de la Ciudad y el Departamento de Recreación y Servicios
Comunitarios han unido fuerzas para cocinar algo más de diversión juntos con
el primer Mercado de Agricultores y Feria y la Serie de Películas en el Parque
de la Ciudad en Yvonne Burke/Ham Park sobre Atlantic Avenue. Las familias
pueden llegar al parque a las 4 p.m., disfrutar de los productos frescos, comidas
recién hechas, nueces, café, novedades, raspados y palomitas de maíz que
ofrece el Mercado de Agricultores, y quedarse para la Serie de Películas en el
Parque que comienza a las 7:45 p.m. Se invita a las familias a que vengan,
brinden su apoyo al Mercado de Agricultores y miren una película gratis bajo
las estrellas.
El viernes 24 de julio de 2015, los habitantes disfrutarán de una
noche especial de Mariachi Bajo las Estrellas con la participación del orador
invitado, Gregorio Luke, director de Art in Communities and Schools [Arte
en Comunidades y Escuelas]. Con una presentación multimedia de Murales
Bajo las Estrellas, la Ciudad de Lynwood, Plaza Mexico y Luke agasajarán a la
comunidad con una noche de actuaciones folclóricas, arte, invitados musicales,
música mariachi, sus instrumentos y una charla sobre su historia.
El Departamento de Recreación y Servicios Comunitarios de la Ciudad
también está preparando lo mejor este año con su programa “Summer Food
Rocks; Summer Food Services Program,” que brinda comidas diarias para
niños durante las vacaciones de verano. El programa es gratuito para jóvenes
menores de 18 años de edad. Por favor, llame al (310) 603-0220, Ext. 319 para
más información.
Ya sea algo divertido, cultural o sabroso, la Ciudad de Lynwood
siempre busca preparar algo maravilloso para sus familias. Todos los eventos
y programas de la Ciudad son muy buenos para unir a la comunidad, y este
verano se crean con el objetivo de hacer salir a las personas de sus casas para
disfrutar del aire libre juntos como familias.
Angel Daniel Rodriguez, un estudiante de once años del Programa para niños
con Necesidades Especiales de Roosevelt Elementary School, recibió la sorpresa de su
vida al ser nombrado Pequeño Alcalde de la Ciudad de Lynwood para el mes de junio.
Rodriguez realizó con entusiasmo la apertura de la primera asamblea de junio del
Municipio con su familia, maestra y directora sentados orgullosos entre la audiencia. El
joven Rodriguez cautivó a todos los miembros del Municipio con su capacidad durante
la junta. Su madre, Magdalena Diaz; la directora de la escuela, Sandra Verduzco; y su
maestra, Christiana Okeke se maravillaron con su desempeño. “Sabía que Daniel era
el candidato adecuado para esto”, comentó Verduzco. “No solo logra todas sus metas
académicas, sino que es un líder nato entre sus compañeros de clase.” Daniel fue
diagnosticado con autismo grave cuando tenía alrededor de 3 años, y Diaz dijo que
tenía miedo de que su pequeño hijo no pudiera escuchar o hablar nunca. Sin embargo,
resultó que no ocurrió ninguna de esas cosas. “Menos de seis años después, Daniel
puede entender todo. Puede hablar, seguir instrucciones y ahora no puedo hacer que
deje de hablar,” comentó Diaz con una sonrisa. “Daniel nos demuestra a todos que los
niños con necesidades especiales pueden ser líderes.”
El Programa Pequeño Alcalde brinda a 12 estudiantes del Distrito Escolar
Unificado de Lynwood la oportunidad de actuar como Alcaldes Junior de la Ciudad por un
mes. Rodriguez es el sexto estudiante seleccionado este año. “Daniel me sorprende cada
día, pero cuando sorprende a otras personas, incluso a personas que no comprenden
el autismo o que no tienen la paciencia para comprender el autismo, significa mucho
más,” comento’ Diaz.
CITY OF LYNWOOD | NEWSLETTER | JULY 2015 | ISSUE 7 | VOL. 9 | PAGE 1
LYNWOOD
AGENDA
COUNCIL BRIEFS
City Council Meetings
1st and 3rd Tuesday of every month
6:00 p.m. - City Hall Council Chambers
Open to the Public
NOTICE
INNOVATIVE WATER & ENERGY SAVINGS
TECHNOLOGIES WORKSHOP
The California Energy Commission will conduct a public
2. What changes to the draft guidelines are needed
meeting on Thursday, July 2, 2015 at 2 p.m. at Bateman Hall
to ensure the purpose, instructions, and eligibility
in Lynwood to seek the public’s input on the state’s new Water
requirements are clear?
Energy Technology (WET) Rebate and Grant Program to save
3. What are some of the main barriers preventing
water and energy.
implementation of advanced water and energy
In
response
to
saving projects?
California’s ongoing drought,
4. To what extent is
Gov. Jerry Brown’s Executive
broadband or internet
Public Workshop on the new
Order B-29-15 directed the
availability a factor that
Water Energy Technology Program
first ever statewide mandatory
prevents implementation
Thursday, July 2, 2015 at 2 p.m.
water reductions. The Executive
of water and energy
Order further directed the
saving
projects,
Taller público sobre el nuevo
California Energy Commission
especially in rural areas?
Programa de Tecnología
to implement a statewide water
5. What
operational,
energy technology program as
regulatory, or other
de Energia y Agua
part of its work to address the
constraints may arise
Jueves, 2 de Julio, 2015 a las 2 p.m.
drought.
to prevent installing
To accelerate the
projects quickly? How
Bateman Hall
deployment of innovative water
would this differ from
11331 Ernestine Ave.
and energy saving technologies
typical
installation
Lynwood, CA 90262
and
reduce
greenhouse
timelines
for
the
gas emissions, the Energy
equipment listed in the
Commission, jointly with the
draft guidelines?
Department of Water Resources
6. What is the capability of obtaining utility data for
and the State Water Resources
pre- and post-energy and water use? If utility data
Control Board, will implement the WET Program across the state
is not available, how will pre- and post-results be
to provide funding for innovative technologies.
documented?
Attendees of Water & Energy Technologies Workshop
can comment on aspects of the rebate program, including
Staff will accept public comments during this
benefits for disadvantaged communities, rebate levels and
working group meeting. Comments may be limited to
eligible technologies.
three minutes per speaker. Written comments should
be submitted to the Dockets Unit by 4 p.m. by July 6,
The Energy Commission also seeks input to:
2015. Please include the docket number 15-WATER-01
for the Water Energy Technology Program and indicate
1. What emerging technologies should be considered that
Drought Response in the subject line. Send email
provide direct on-site energy, water, and greenhouse gas
comments to: [email protected]
savings for each of the identified sectors?
NOTICE
May 5, 2015 Meeting:
• Approved the City of Lynwood’s Housing and Urban
Development Consolidated 5-Year Plan (2015-2020), Fiscal
Year 2016 Strategic Plan and Analysis of Impediments to Fair
Housing Choice for the Community Development Block Grant
and Home Investment Partnership Grant Programs
• Authorized the Agreement Between the City of Lynwood and
the Lynwood Unified School District to Provide Meals for the
Summer Food Service Program During Summer School Recess;
Program will Operate from June 8, 2015 through August 28,
2015 at the Lynwood Youth Center, Yvonne Burke/Ham Park
and Medina Park
• Authorized the Release of the Request for Proposals to Solicit
Bids for Public Outreach Services for Water Conservation Efforts
• Approved a Month-to-Month Agreement Between the City
of Lynwood and St. Francis Medical Center for the Use of the
City-owned Parking Facility and On-Street Parking Surplus for
$5,000 Until Negotiations are reached
May 26, 2015 Special Meeting:
• Approved an Amendment to the Agreement with LPA, Inc. to
Modify the Plans to the Yvonne Burke/Ham Park Community
Center
• Approved an Amendment to the Agreement with Erickson-Hall
Construction to Extend the Term of the Agreement for a Term
Concurrent with the new Annex and City Hall/City Hall North
Renovation Project Timeline
• Authorized Payment to the State Water Resources Control
Board for Regulatory Oversight of Lynwood’s Public Water
System During the Period of July 1, 2014 through December
31, 2014
Asamblea del 5 de mayo de 2015:
• Se aprobó el Plan Consolidado de 5 años de Desarrollo Urbano
y Vivienda (2015-2020), Plan Estratégico y Análisis de los
Impedimentos para una Elección de Vivienda Justa para los
Programas de Subsidio de Desarrollo de la Comunidad y
Subsidio de Asociación de Inversión en Vivienda para el Año
Fiscal 2016
• Se autorizó el Acuerdo entre la Ciudad de Lynwood y el Distrito
Escolar Unificado de Lynwood para Brindar Comidas para el
Programa de Servicios de Alimentos para el Verano durante el
Descanso Escolar de Verano; el Programa operará desde el 8 de
junio de 2015 hasta el 28 de agosto de 2015 en el Lynwood
Youth Center, Yvonne Burke/Ham Park y Medina Park
• Se autorizó la emisión de la Solicitud de Propuestas para
solicitar ofertas de servicios de licencias comerciales
• Se aprobó un Acuerdo Mes a Mes entre la Ciudad de Lynwood
y St. Francis Medical Center para el uso de la Instalación de
Estacionamiento de la Ciudad y Excedentes de Estacionamiento
en la Vía Pública por $5,000 hasta llegar a un acuerdo
Asamblea Extraordinaria del 26 de mayo de 2015:
• Se aprobó una Enmienda al Acuerdo con LPA, Inc. para modificar
los planos del Centro Comunitario de Yvonne Burke/Ham Park
• Se aprobó una Enmienda al Acuerdo con Erickson-Hall
Construction para extender el Plazo del Acuerdo por un
Plazo equivalente al plazo del nuevo Anexo y Renovación del
Municipio de la Ciudad/Norte del Municipio
• Se autorizó el Pago de la Junta de Control de Recursos de Agua
del Estado para la Supervisión Regulatoria del Sistema Público
de Agua de Lynwood durante el período comprendido entre el
1 de julio de 2014 y el 31 de diciembre de 2014
SUMMER FARMERS MARKET & STREET FAIR ARRIVES
JULY 2 - SEPTEMBER 3 FROM 4 TO 8 P.M.
This year, the City of Lynwood is adding Street Fair to the title of its highly anticipated
Farmers Market due to the abundance of novelty and non-food vendors signing up to be a
part of the City’s third annual 10-week summer program. Offering the City’s multicultural
community a unique opportunity to get out of the house and take a stroll in the City’s third
annual Farmers Market & Street Fair, this event brings together an array of vendors who
specialize in fresh produce, savory foods, sweet treats and novelty products.
Taking place every Thursday at Yvonne Burke-Ham Park, 11832 Atlantic Ave. this year’s
Farmers Market & Street Fair starts on July 2 and ends September 3, 2015. Other components
of the Farmers Market & Street Fair include prepared foods such as tacos, tamales, hot dogs,
funnel cakes, kettle popcorn, shaved ice and a variety of refreshing beverages. Non-food
vendors will offer jewelry, hair accessories and other novelty items, as well as information
stations.
In its third year, the Farmers Market & Street Fair has proven to be a huge success; the
community loves it and all it has to offer and most importantly, it gives families time to enjoy
the outdoors together. The City’s Farmers Market coincides with the City’s annual Movies in
the Park summer program on Thursday nights as well - both events compliment the City’s
efforts to encourage healthy, active lifestyles in Lynwood as part of its participation in the
state-wide Healthy Cities Initiative.
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Este año, la Ciudad de Lynwood agrega las palabras Feria de Calle al título de su tan
anticipado Mercado de Agricultores, debido a la gran cantidad de vendedores de novedades
y artículos no alimenticios que se están inscribiendo para formar parte del tercer programa
anual de verano de 10 semanas de duración de la Ciudad. Además de ofrecer a la comunidad
una oportunidad única para salir de sus hogares y pasear por el Mercado de Agricultores,
este evento atrae a una cantidad de vendedores que se especializan en productos frescos,
deliciosas comidas, golosinas y productos novedosos.
El Mercado de Agricultores y Feria de este año se llevará a cabo en Yvonne Burke-Ham
Park, 11832 Atlantic Ave., y se realizará cada jueves entre el 2 de julio y el 3 de septiembre de
2015.
Otros elementos del Mercado de Agricultores y Feria incluyen comidas preparadas
como tacos, tamales, hamburguesas, funnel cakes, palomitas de maíz, raspados y diversas
bebidas refrescantes. En su tercer año, el Mercado de Agricultores y Feria ha demostrado ser
un gran éxito; la comunidad ama este evento y todo lo que ofrece, y más importante, brinda a
las familias la oportunidad de disfrutar juntos al aire libre. Además, coincide con el programa
anual de verano Películas en el Parque - dos eventos que complementan los esfuerzos de
la Ciudad para fomentar estilos de vida saludables y activos en Lynwood como parte de su
participación en la Iniciativa de Comunidades Saludables de todo el estado.
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LYNWOOD
NOTICE
NOTICE
SAFETY
CAN I FILL UP MY POOL?
NO, YOU CAN’T.
If you’re wondering what the answer
to this question is, actually, the answer is NO,
you cannot fill up your pool. According to the
City of Lynwood’s Ordinance, residents cannot
initially fill up their pools now or ever – until
the entire state of California is out of this
drought.
The City of Lynwood has officially
notified its residents, businesses and school
district of the state’s mandatory water
conservation order that will require every water
consumer in the state to seriously start shutting
their tap and reducing their water use.
Whether residents have underground
or above the ground pools at their homes, based
on the City’s ordinance, pools cannot be initially
filled. So if you have a pool and it is empty, then
it has to stay empty and you cannot fill it. Pools
that are already filled can only be filled up to one
foot of water at a time, and that’s the maximum
amount, nothing more than a foot.The City of
Lynwood is aware that summer is right around
the corner and days might get hotter, but the
state has already declared a state of emergency,
and cities like Lynwood have to abide by the
Governor’s orders.
Can the City tell when a resident fills
a pool? Yes, the City can tell by the amount of
units of water used by that resident regularly.
On average, every home uses about 30 units
of water, but when suddenly there’s a spike in
units by 20 or 30 units more, then either there
is a huge leak on the property or that resident
filled up a pool, said a City official. “Contrary to
what people think, the City knows how much
water each homeowner or business uses every
month,” said the official. “The City as a whole
has to reduce its water usage of potable urban
water, so it is vital that everyone does his or her
part to conserve water.”
In fact, through October, Lynwood
residents can only water their lawns twice a
week, on Monday and on Thursday between
6 p.m. and 9 a.m. From November through
March, residents will only be allowed to water
on Thursdays between 6 p.m. and 9 a.m.
For those of you who have been
following the City’s water conservation
guidelines, such as not washing down paved
sidewalks and driveways, not watering outdoor
landscapes that cause excess runoffs, not
washing vehicles without shut-off nozzled
hoses, and not irrigating 48 hours following
rainfall, can add to the list, not filling up your
pools this summer.
Any questions can be directed to (310)
603-0220 Ext. 800.
SAFETY
SUMMER HOME SAFETY TIPS
TURF IT OUT! DROUGHT TOLERANT
LANDSCAPES
Times certainly have changed. Ten years ago, like solar panels, drought-tolerant
landscaping was tough to sell. While most homeowners still love their green lawns and backyards,
with the state’s longest drought in history looming over all of our heads, many are turning to
drought-tolerant landscaping as a way to conserve water and save costs.
California Is currently facing prolonged dry conditions. Governor Jerry Brown has declared
a statewide drought and has asked all Californians to lower their water use by 20 percent. Residents
in the City of Lynwood are being encouraged to cut their water use, and at the same time they’re
being encouraged to put their water-thirsty lawns and trees to rest and replace them with lowwater use plants and drought-tolerant trees and shrubs.
Drought-tolerant landscaping can be beautiful. Many people are wary of droughttolerant gardening and landscaping because they’re concerned about the costs. Because most water
consumption in a household occurs outdoors, removing turf and replacing it with drought tolerant
plants or a permeable surface will help save money, water and add curb appeal to any home.
In fact, the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California and the Central Basin
Municipal Water District are both making it more lucrative for its customers to replace water thirsty
turf grass with drought-tolerant landscaping by offering rebates of $2 or more per square foot of
existing turf removed. Water customers located within Metropolitan’s 5,200-square-mile, six-county
service area are eligible for rebates on water-saving landscape devices. Rebates require a two-step
approval and application process, but in the end, if you qualify, you will have helped to save water,
money, and refreshed your landscape.
Eligibility Information:
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Rebates will be issued on a first-come, first-served basis until funding is exhausted.
Only one turf removal rebate is allowed per property.
Synthetic turf is eligible for rebates unless prohibited by your water agency’s rebate terms and
conditions.
Projects cannot include replacements with live turf or turf-looking plants.
Metropolitan reserves the right to verify and inspect removal of turf grass.
For more information, go to bewaterwise.com. To start a project and apply for the rebates,
go to socalwatersmart.com.
Lynwood Residents: send us a photo of your Drought-Tolerant Landscape for a chance to
win drought-tolerant devices for your home. Send photos to [email protected]
Sin duda, los tiempos han cambiado. Hace diez años, como sucedía con los paneles solares,
resultaba difícil convencer a las personas de adoptar jardines tolerantes a las sequías. Si bien la
mayoría de los propietarios de viviendas aún prefieren el césped y los patios verdes, con la amenaza
de la sequía más larga en la historia del estado frente a nuestras narices, muchos están recurriendo
a paisajes de jardín tolerantes a las sequías como una manera de conservar agua y ahorrar costos.
Actualmente, California se está enfrentando a condiciones prolongadas de sequía. El
Gobernador Jerry Brown ha declarado una sequía en todo el estado y les ha pedido a todos los
californianos que reduzcan su consumo de agua en un 20 por ciento. Se alienta a los residentes de la
Ciudad de Lynwood a que reduzcan su consumo de agua, y también a que dejen de utilizar césped y
árboles que requieren mucha agua y los reemplacen por plantas que requieren poca agua y árboles y
arbustos tolerantes a las sequías.
Un jardín armado especialmente para que sea tolerante a las sequías puede ser hermoso.
Muchas personas no confían mucho en la jardinería y el paisajismo tolerante a las sequías porque
les preocupan los costos. Debido a que la mayor parte del consumo de agua en una vivienda ocurre
en exteriores, quitar el césped y reemplazarlo por plantas que toleran sequías o por una superficie
permeable ayudará a ahorrar dinero, agua y hará que la fachada y el patio delantero de cualquier
hogar se vean más atractivos.
De hecho, el Distrito Metropolitano del Agua del sur de California y el Distrito Municipal
del Agua de la Cuenca Central están ofreciendo reembolsos de $2 o más por pie cuadrado de césped
existente retirado, de manera que el reemplazo del césped que requiere mucha agua por un paisaje
de jardín tolerante a las sequías resulte más lucrativo para sus clientes. Los clientes del servicio
de agua ubicados dentro del área de servicios de 5,200 millas cuadradas que se extiende por seis
condados del Metropolitan son elegibles para recibir reembolsos para sus dispositivos de paisajismo
con poco consumo de agua. Los reembolsos requieren un proceso de solicitud y aprobación de dos
pasos, pero al final, si usted califica, habrá ayudado a ahorrar agua y dinero, y habrá renovado su
jardín.
Información sobre elegibilidad:
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Los reembolsos se emitirán en orden de llegada hasta que se agoten los fondos.
Solo se permite un reembolso por eliminación de césped por vivienda.
El césped sintético es elegible para reembolso a menos que esté prohibido conforme a los
términos y condiciones de reembolso de su agencia de agua.
Los proyectos no pueden incluir reemplazo por césped real o plantas similares.
Metropolitan se reserva el derecho a verificar e inspeccionar la eliminación del césped.
Para más información, visite bewaterwise.com. Para comenzar un proyecto y solicitar los
reembolsos, visite socalwatersmart.com.
Residentes de Lynwood: envíen una fotografía de su jardín tolerante a las sequías para tener
la oportunidad de ganar dispositivos tolerantes a las sequías para su hogar. Envíen sus fotografías a
[email protected]
Summer is upon us and plenty of people will be
packing up the car and heading off for a summer vacation, but
that sometimes means your home will be unprotected. That’s
why we offer some tips for keeping your home safe while on
vacation.
1. Ask a friend to watch over your home while you’re gone,
especially if you plan to be gone for a week or more.
2. Be sure you don’t advertise the fact that your house is
empty on social media. Posting the dates you’re going to be
gone is unsafe.
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SAFETY
SUMMER CURFEW
IN EFFECT
Remember
those
television
commercials that asked parents if they knew
where their children were after 10 p.m.? The
commercials went like this: “It’s 10 p.m., do
you know where your children are, do you
know who they are playing with, and do you
know what they’re playing with? Do you know
what they did in school or after school? Do you
know why they stay in their rooms so long?
Don’t just have kids, be a parent and know
where your children are at all times.” It’s been
a few too many years since those commercials
have aired, but those very questions - are more
relevant today than ever.
With the advent of social media
websites, parents today also need to ask
themselves if they know who their kids are
talking to online, on their cell phones, or who
they’re chatting with via X-Box chatrooms.
Even though your child may be safely at home,
they can still be at risk thanks to the many
forms of devices connected to the Internet.
Let’s face it, it’s important for parents
to be able to say YES to all of these questions.
As parents, you should know where your
children are after school, who their friends are,
what they did in school and even what they
have in their backpacks. And you definitely
should know where your kids are if they’re not
home by 10 p.m.
With the arrival of summer vacation,
it’s understandable that kids don’t want to be
home, but as a parent you need to know where
your kids are and what they’re doing at all
times. Oftentimes, law enforcement has to get
involved and parents will commonly respond
that their kids aren’t bad kids and that they are
incapable of committing crimes. But honestly,
how would they know, if they don’t know
where their kids are while they’re at work? As
a parent, you need to know. Get involved. Ask
questions. Get to know your kid’s friends. Look
through their backpacks. Most importantly,
get to know your kids. Don’t ask questions
when it’s too late.
In the City of Lynwood children under
18 years of age CANNOT be out after 10 p.m.
Section 22-2 of the Lynwood Municipal Code
states that it is unlawful for any minor to
loiter, wander or aimlessly drive or ride around
between the hours of 10 p.m. and 6 a.m. on
any day. It’s called a curfew, and even though
it is the law every single day throughout the
year, it will be enforced this summer. As a
parent, you should know where your kids are
at all times, and know that after 10 p.m. they
should be at home.
3. If you have curtains, keep them how they normally are. If your
curtains are closed, leave them that way. If you’re an open curtain
type of person, leaving them open halfway is alright.
4. Be sure to put your lights on a timer so it looks like someone is
in the house.
5. Stop your mail and have someone pick up your newspaper,
because an accumulation can indicate your absence.
6. Remove your spare key and secure your garage and sliding
glass windows and doors.
7. Do not leave your garbage bin out by the curb unless that’s
where you normally keep it. That can also indicate no one is home.
CITY OF LYNWOOD | NEWSLETTER | JULY 2015 | ISSUE 7 | VOL. 9 | PAGE 3
LYNWOOD
FEATURES
Starting now, we are accepting photo submissions to be featured on our Lynwood feature page. Here’s how this goes: You
submit photos, our staff decides on the best, and your photo
gets month-long fame in our newsletter. You can send in a
photo of you at a Community event, or of you involved in the
SHERIFF’S OPEN HOUSE A SUCCESS
Community or you can send in a photo of you doing something to make
your community better. You have creative freedom. All we ask is that
you are the taker of the photo, and that you think it represents the
Lynwood community. Filters are allowed – be as creative as you want!
Send photos to [email protected]
OPENING OF THE NATATORIUM
R
esidents in the City of Lynwood can
enjoy its Olympic-sized swimming
pool six days of the week this
summer. With the state’s mandatory
water conservation efforts underway,
and limitations in filling personal
recreational pools, why not bring kids
to the City’s very own indoor swimming
pool where they will be under lifeguard
supervision. After months of being
closed for renovations, the City of
Lynwood’s Natatorium re-opened
recently just in time for the summer
months. Repairs were made on the
water tank, floor joints were re-caulked,
and swim lanes have been freshly
painted. The Lynwood Natatorium looks
brand new, and not to mention, that
it remains heated at 85 degrees at all
times. The Lynwood Natatorium is open
for recreational swim Monday through
Friday from 12:30 to 2:30 p.m., and from
3 p.m. to 5 p.m. The pool is also open on
Saturdays for recreational swim from 1
to 3 p.m. Swimming lessons take place
from 9 a.m. to Noon, and from 6 to 9
p.m. Monday through Friday.
THIRD GRADERS TOUR CITY HALL
M
ore than 100 third graders from Wilson Elementary School in Lynwood took a tour of City Hall last month to see
firsthand how government works as part of their end-of-the-school-year lesson on government. Led by several
school teachers and City staff, the third graders got a chance to walk through the halls and offices of City Hall, greet
City employees and ask questions. A total of five third grade classes participated in the City Hall tour. The request to bring
the students to City Hall came from Mr. James T. Ricketts, a third grade teacher at Wilson Elementary School. He and a few
other teachers have been teaching their students about the history of Lynwood, how it was founded, about the farmlands,
the railroad, and everything pre-1950s.
PHOTO OF THE MONTH
F
or the first time in the Century Sheriff ’s Station’s history, the
public was allowed to tour the facility during its first Open
House on May 30, 2015. More than 4,000 people attended
this massive event where the Sheriff ’s Station opened its doors
to the public for a family day filled with games, entertainment,
food, community organizations and a display of all of the
services offered by the Sheriff ’s and Fire departments. Along
with an array of vendors that included the Los Angeles County
Public Library who gave away more than 500 children’s books, to
Forever 21, who donated more than 2,000 giveaways, attendees
enjoyed face painting, pictures with the horses, the camel, the
helicopter, the Laker girls, in the SWAT Truck, on the motorcycle,
on the fire department’s Shakey-Quakey Mobile, and they were
treated to an hour of the famous Tommy the Clown and his
dance crew. Century Sheriff ’s officials held the Open House in
hopes of strengthening their community outreach. This year’s
event was such a huge success that officials are now working on
next year’s Open House.
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| CITY OF LYNWOOD | NEWSLETTER | JULY 2015 | ISSUE 7 | VOL. 9
JUNETEENTH UNITY FESTIVAL
The City of Lynwood’s Second Annual
Juneteenth Unity Festival took place on Saturday,
June 13, 2015 at Lynwood City Park. Juneteenth
is promoted not only as a commemoration of
African-American freedom, but as an example and
encouragement of self-development and respect
for all cultures. The City of Lynwood joined forces
with the Uniting Nationalities Intelligently Through
Education Coalition (U.N.I.T.E), local businesses
and local legislators Assemblymen Anthony
Rendon, Mike Gipson and Senators Ricardo Lara and
Isadore Hall III, to unite all of the nationalities of
our communites during a day of culture, spoken
word, history, music, food, fun and with a focus
on unity, self-improvement, understanding and
education. Traditionally this event is free and open
to the public. More than a hundred people brought
blankets, lawn chairs and canopies to enjoy food
and arts and crafts, and of course the music and
games!
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LYNWOOD
COMMUNITY
@LynwoodParks
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NATIONAL NIGHT OUT
Members of the Lynwood community
are invited to join millions of other Americans
celebrating National Night Out in their Cities
on Tuesday, August 4, 2015, from 6:30 p.m. to
9:30 p.m., for a night of public safety awareness,
information booths and displays from the Los
Angeles County Sheriff ’s Department and from
the Los Angeles County Fire Department.
“The event invites the community to come
out and take a united stand against crime, and
it increases awareness about law enforcement
programs, Neighborhood Block Watch, and
City services available to the public,” said
Ramon Galindo, the City’s Block Watch Advisor.
“Throughout this event, Neighborhood Block
Watch Captains will also have the opportunity to
recruit new members to join the organization.”
While the Neighborhood Block Watch
Organization strives to recruit Block Watch
Captains for every block throughout the City at
this event, the organization’s main purpose with
this event is to increase public awareness of law
enforcement, public safety, the fire department,
and about City services and projects. National
Night Out is also a time when residents are
encouraged to speak to City staff about their
concerns, praises or to voice their opinions about
how the City can improve services. National
Night Out also gives residents an opportunity to
come out and meet City staff, Sheriff ’s deputies
and members of the fire department.
For more information on National Night
Out on its location, please call Ramon Galindo at
(310) 603-0220 ext. 312.
FEATURE
SECOND ANNUAL MARIACHI UNDER THE STARS
SEGUNDA PRESENTACIÓN DE MARIACHI BAJO LAS ESTRELLAS
On Friday, July 24, 2015 Yvonne Burke/Ham Park in the City
of Lynwood will be turned into a musical and artistic pavilion as the
City presents its Second Annual Mariachi Under the Stars Multimedia
Presentation featuring renowned lecturer Gregorio Luke, director of
the non-profit Art in Communities and Schools (ARCOS).
Luke, famous among the museum curator circuit world,
selected the City of Lynwood to be among 10 cities chosen in 2015 to
host one of his multimedia Murals Under the Stars presentations. Last
year, the City of Altadena chose a presentation on the world of Miguel
Covarrubias, Santa Ana on Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz, and Long Beach
on Ernest Hemingway. The City of Lynwood, however, elected to host a
presentation by Luke on the History of Mariachi Music – a presentation
so successful that other cities chose the theme for 2015. He’s bringing
it back to Lynwood for the second year, and will be accompanied by
Mariachi Adrian Alfaro, sponsored by Plaza Mexico. As a precursor to
Luke’s presentation, attendees will be treated to folkloric performances
by two of Lynwood’s favorites, Alma Latina and Club Guadalajara, along
with performances by special guests.
Luke’s non-profit ARCOS works toward bringing art and
culture directly to communities at no cost to the City. With the use
of a custom made inflatable screen (42’ x 22’), and two 5,000 lumen
projectors, Luke’s lecture discusses Mariachi music, its instruments and
its origins. “This will be a memorable experience for everyone,” said
Luke. “Everyone loves Mariachi music, but through this experience
people will gain a better understanding of its history.” This event is free
and open to the public.
The Second Annual Mariachi Under the Stars Presentation
takes place on Friday, July 24, 2015 from 7 to 9:30 p.m. at Yvonne
Burke/Ham Park, 11832 Atlantic Ave., Lynwood.
El viernes 24 de julio de 2015, Yvonne Burke/Ham Park en la
Ciudad de Lynwood se convertirá en un pabellón musical y artístico
cuando la Ciudad presente su Segunda Presentación Multimedia Anual
de Mariachi Bajo las Estrellas, con la participación del reconocido orador
Gregorio Luke, director de Art in Communities and Schools (ARCOS).
Luke, famoso en el círculo de curadores de museos, seleccionó
a la Ciudad de Lynwood para que sea una de las 10 ciudades elegidas
en el 2015 como sedes de una de sus presentaciones multimedia de
Murales Bajo las Estrellas. El año pasado, la Ciudad de Altadena eligió
una presentación sobre el mundo de Miguel Covarrubias, Santa Ana
sobre Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz, y Long Beach sobre Ernest Hemingway.
La Ciudad de Lynwood, sin embargo, eligió contar con una presentación
de Luke sobre la Historia de la Música Mariachi: una presentación tan
exitosa que otras ciudades eligieron este tema en 2015.
Por el segundo año, esta presentación estará acompañada
una vez más por el Mariachi de Adrian Alfaro, patrocinado por Plaza
Mexico. Asistentes tambien podrán ver presentaciones folclóricas.
La organización sin fines de lucro de Luke, ARCOS, trabaja
para llevar el arte y la cultura directamente a las comunidades sin costo
para la Ciudad. Con una pantalla inflable a medida (42’ x 22’) y dos
proyectores de 5000 lúmenes, la charla de Luke tratará sobre la música
Mariachi, sus instrumentos y sus orígenes. “Será una experiencia
inolvidable para todos,” dijo Luke. “A todos les gusta la música Mariachi,
pero a través de esta experiencia, las personas obtendrán un mejor
entendimiento de su historia.” Este evento es gratis para ell publico.
La Segunda Presentación de Mariachi Bajo las Estrellas se
llevará a cabo el viernes 24 de julio de 2015 desde las 7 hasta 9:30 p.m.
en Yvonne Burke/Ham Park, 11832 Atlantic Ave., Lynwood.
SUMMER DAY CAMP FUN SCHEDULE
Friday, July 3, 2015
Event:
Pacific Park
Note:
Price includes admission and transportation
Location:
Santa Monica Pier
Time:
11 a.m.-5 p.m.
Ages:
3 yrs. & older - Children under 12 yrs. must be accompanied by an adult
Cost:
$20
FUN
MOVIES IN THE PARK: EVERY THURSDAY NIGHT
YVONNE BURKE/HAM PARK, 11832 ATLANTIC AVE.
If you’re a movie lover, you’re in luck!
The City of Lynwood’s Recreation & Community
Services Department is hosting its ever
popular Movies in the Park summer program
every Thursday at Yvonne Burke/Ham Park
through August 27, 2015.
Free and open to the public, the
City’s Movies in the Park summer program
is attended by more than 300 people every
Thursday for a family movie under the stars.
Starting at 7:45 p.m., or when the sun goes
down, the family friendly movies are projected
onto a huge inflatable screen set up on the
basketball court at Yvonne Burke/Ham Park.
The City’s popular Movies in the Park
summer program takes place in conjunction
with the City’s Farmers Market & Street Fair,
which starts at 4 p.m. in the park’s parking lot.
The movies screened during the
Movies in the Park Program include: “The
BoxTrolls,” “Annie,” “Big Hero 6,” “The Book of
Life,” and “The SpongeBob Movie,” just to name
a few. Refreshments are available for purchase
at the Farmers Market & Street Fair or you
can also bring your own snacks, seating and
blankets.
Relax with your loved ones and settle
in for a fun, family summer evening at the park.
Registration Information:
• Lynwood Community Center, 11301 Bullis Road, Monday through Thursday, 7 a.m. to 5:30
p.m. Call (310) 603-0220, Ext. 319 for any questions. Cash & Credit Cards are accepted.
•
Lynwood Senior Center, 11329 Ernestine Ave., Monday through Thursday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
and Fridays 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Call (310) 886-0425 for any information. Cash only.
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Friday, July 10, 2015
Event:
Knott’s Berry Farm
Note:
Price includes admission and transportation
Location:
Buena Park, CA
Time:
10 a.m.-7 p.m.
Ages:
3 yrs. & older - Children under 12 yrs. must be accompanied by an adult
Cost:
$32 - 3 yrs. - 12 yrs.
$35 - 13 yrs. & older
Friday, July 17, 2015
Event:
Raging Waters
Note:
Price includes admission and transportation
Location:
San Dimas, CA
Time:
10 a.m.-7 p.m.
Ages:
3 yrs. & older - Children under 12 yrs. must be accompanied by an adult
Cost:
$32 - 3 yrs. – 12 yrs.
$35 - 13 yrs. & older
Friday, July 24, 2015
Event:
Medieval Times
Note:
Price includes admission and transportation
Location:
Buena Park, CA
Time:
10 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Ages:
3 yrs. & older - Children under 12 yrs. must be accompanied by an adult
Cost:
$27 - 3 yrs. & older
Friday, July 31, 2015
Event:
Wild Animal Park
Note:
Price includes admission and transportation
Location:
San Diego, CA
Time:
10 a.m.-8 p.m.
Ages:
3 yrs. & older - Children under 12 yrs. must be accompanied by an adult
Cost:
$27 - 3 yrs. & older
CITY OF LYNWOOD | NEWSLETTER | JULY 2015 | ISSUE 7 | VOL. 9 | PAGE 5
LYNWOOD
FEATURES
FLIER CALENDAR
City’s Recreation and Community Services
SUMMER DAY CAMP The
Department’s annual Summer Day Camp provides
working parents with an extraordinary option for
youth between the ages of 5 to 13 years every
summer. The City’s Summer Day Camp is a great
value for families and provides a safe, convenient
and enriching environment for children throughout
the summer months. Summer Day Camp operates
through August 28. There are three, 4-week sessions
that operate Monday through Friday, from 7 a.m.
to 6 p.m. with breakfast and lunch provided daily.
A wide variety of activities are planned for all ages
such as games, sports, movies, skating, beach trips,
miniature golf, and excursions to major theme parks
and attractions on Fridays at an additional cost. For
more information, call (310) 603-0220 Ext. 319.
MOVIES IN THE
PARK SERIES/
FARMER’S MARKET &
STREET FAIR
MARIACHI UNDER
THE STARS II
GREGORIO LUKE
It’s that time of the year again when families
make their way to Yvonne Burke/Ham Park
for the City of Lynwood’s annual Movies in the
Park series. The Movies in the Park series began
on Thursday, June 18, 2015 at 7:45 p.m. with
the family film “Alexander and the Terrible,
Horrible, Not Good, Very Bad Day.” The Movies
in the Park Series screens a fun, family movie
every Thursday night for 10 consecutive weeks.
No less than 400 people can be found at Yvonne
Burke/Ham Park every Thursday night during
the summer. On Thursday, July 2, families and
park goers are treated to the City’s third annual
Farmer’s Market at Yvonne Burke/Ham Park. This
year the City has decided to add Street Fair to the
Farmer’s Market title due to the overwhelming
responses from vendors interested in bringing
a variety of goods to sell to the community.
The Farmer’s Market and Street Fair will start
on Thursday, July 2, 2015 from 4 to 9 p.m. in
the park’s parking lot. Families can buy fresh
produce, baked goods, shaved ice, flavored
pop-corn, arts and crafts, honey, and an array of
made to order food. Our families love Thursday
nights in the summer. Why don’t you join us?
Master Latino Art Curator Gregorio Luke returns to
the City of Lynwood for the Second Annual Mariachi
& Murals Under the Stars on Friday, July 24, 2015 at
Yvonne Burke/Ham Park for a night of music, art,
dance and song set to the tone of mariachi music and
its history. Director of Art in Communities and Schools,
Luke is taking his Murals Under the Stars MultiMedia Presentation across the County of Los Angeles
throughout the summer. The event will feature Luke’s
multi-media presentation on the history of mariachi
music, a live mariachi performance donated by Plaza
Mexico, folkloric dancers, and food vendors where
partial proceeds will benefit ARCOS, Luke’s non-profit
that helps him take his Murals Under the Stars MultiMedia Presentation to communities like Lynwood free
of charge. The event takes place July 24, 2015 from 7
to 10 p.m. at Yvonne Burke/Ham Park, 11832 Atlantic
Ave., Lynwood, CA 90262
3RD ANNUAL MYLYNWOOD HEALTHY
CITIES 2015 5K/10K RUN/WALK
SAVE THE DATE: The Los Angeles County
Sheriff’s Department Century Station, the
City of Lynwood and the Greater Lynwood
Chamber of Commerce are gearing up to
host the Third Annual MyLynwood Healthy
Cities 2015 5K/10K Run & Walk, Saturday,
Sept. 19, 2015 at Lynwood City Park.
Registration for the event can be made at
www.lynwood.ca.us. Pre-registration is
$20 for the 5K Run & Walk, and $30 for the
10K Run. On-site registration is $35 for the
5K Run & Walk, and $40 for the 10K Run.
This year’s MyLynwood Health Cities 2015
5K/10K Run & Walk will include a Health
Fair, a Food Truck Fare and a free Pancake
Breakfast. Online registration closes
September 10, 2015 at 5 p.m. Check in for
the event begins at 6:30 a.m. For more
information, please call (310) 603-0220 Ext.
501. Lynwood City Park is located at 11301
Bullis Road, Lynwood, CA 90262.
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COMMUNITY CALENDAR
The Lynwood Rotary Club
Weekly Meeting Every Thursday
Noon - Bateman Hall Room 1
“Service Above Self.”
JULY 2 FARMER’S MARKET & STREET FAIR
YVONNE BURKE/HAM PARK
4 P.M.
Block Watch Captains
Monthly Meeting
JULY 2 SAVE THE DATE
PUBLIC MEETING ON THE GOVERNOR’S EXECUTIVE ORDER ON
THE WATER ENERGY TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM
6 P.M.
BATEMAN HALL - ROOM 2
4th Tuesday of every month
6:00 p.m. - Bateman Hall
JULY 4 4TH OF JULY SPECTACULAR & CARNIVAL
LYNWOOD CITY PARK
3 P.M. TO 9 P.M.
FIREWORKS DISPLAY @ 9 P.M.
3780 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd
(310) 307-9826 CALL NOW!
Members and Non Members Welcome!
JULY 7HABITAT FOR HUMANITY HOSTS SPECIAL BLESSING OF 7 NEW
HOMES BUILT ON MAGNOLIA STREET
3305 MAGNOLIA AVE.
10 A.M. TO NOON
JULY 7 CITY COUNCIL MEETING
6 P.M.
JULY 9 FARMER’S MARKET & STREET FAIR/MOVIES IN THE PARK
YVONNE BURKE/HAM PARK
STARTS AT 4 P.M.
JULY 11 H-FIT PERSONAL TRAINING – GRAND OPENING
11035 LONG BEACH BLVD.
10 A.M.
JULY 16 FARMER’S MARKET & STREET FAIR/MOVIES IN THE PARK
YVONNE BURKE/HAM PARK
STARTS AT 4 P.M.
JULY 21 CITY COUNCIL MEETING
6 P.M.
JULY 23 FARMER’S MARKET & STREET FAIR/MOVIES IN THE PARK
YVONNE BURKE/HAM PARK
STARTS AT 4 P.M.
JULY 24 MARIACHI UNDER THE STARS EVENT
YVONNE BURKE/HAM PARK
6:30 P.M.
JULY 28 NEIGHBORHOOD CAPTAINS BLOCK WATCH MEETING
BATEMAN HALL
6 P.M.
JULY 30 CITYWIDE ORANGE COUNTY FAIR FIELD TRIP
MEET AT SENIOR CENTER
11 A.M. TO 6 P.M.
TICKETS RANGE FROM $16 TO $6
AUGUST 4 NATIONAL NIGHT OUT
6 P.M.
Block Watch is Always Looking for
New Block Watch Captains!
The Greater Lynwood
Chamber of Commerce
IMPORTANT NUMBERS
• Bateman Hall
(310) 886-0413
• City Hall
(310) 603-0220
• Code Enforcement
(310) 886-0456
• Compton Court
(310) 762-9100
• Waste Resources
(888) 467-7600
• Dial-A-Taxi
(855) 545-9595
• Fire Inspection
(310) 603-5258
• Fire Station #147
(310) 603-5255
• Fire Station #148
(310) 603-5270
• Hall of Records
(562) 462-2137
• Health Department, Environmental
(213) 351-5085
• L.A. County, Sheriff ’s Department
(323) 568-4800
• Lynwood Library
(310) 635-7121
• Lynwood Natatorium
(310) 886-0414
• Lynwood Post Office (Atlantic Ave.)
(310) 632-3707
• Lynwood Post Office (Long Beach Blvd.)
(310) 638-9074
• Lynwood Unified School District
(310) 886-1600
• Lynwood Senior Center
(310) 886-0425
• Lynwood Sports Office
(310) 886-0426
• Lynwood Youth Center
(310) 886-0453
• Senior Meals
(310) 886-0416
• Street Sweeping
(562) 860-0604
• Service Request
(310) 603-0220 x. 207
• Trolley, MV Transit
(562) 259-9911
• Used Oil Recycling
(800) 449-7587
• Bulky Item Pick-up
(888) 467-7600
• Animal Control Request
(310) 603-0220 x. 207, 312
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