Congratulations to all of the Neighborhood Councils and organizations that were recognized and awarded at last Saturday’s Board of Public Works Clean Streets LA Challenge Ceremony! There to join in the event was Mayor Eric Garcetti, Councilmembers Englander and Ryu, Innovation & Performance Commissioner Joe DiMento, Board of Public Works Commissioners Kevin James and Heather Repenning, Board of Neighborhood Commissioners Josh LaFarga, EmpowerLA GM Grayce Liu, and Bureau of Sanitation Director Enrique Zaldivar. Also, thank you to the Clean Streets Heroes and Public Works Liaisons that attended the event to see the momentum they started in helping the Mayor engage Neighborhood Councils with his Clean Streets Initiative. For a treat, visit the Mayor’s Facebook page for some photos of the event: Mayor’s Facebook Page

Here is a list of all of the awesome NCs that led Clean Streets LA Challenge projects and brought the Mayor’s Clean Streets Initiative to life in partnership with the community, the Mayor’s Office and the Department of Public Works. Kudos to all of the project leaders and their partners for their participation!

  • Arroyo Seco NC
  • Bel Air-Beverly Crest NC
  • Boyle Heights NC
  • Eagle Rock NC
  • Echo Park NC
  • Empowerment Congress North NC
  • Greater Toluca Lake NC
  • Harbor Gateway North NC
  • Historic Highland Park NC
  • Hollywood United NC
  • Los Feliz NC
  • MacArthur Park NC
  • Mission Hills NC
  • North Hills East NC
  • Northridge South NC
  • Olympic Park NC
  • Palms NC
  • Panorama City NC
  • Reseda NC
  • Sunland-Tujunga NC
  • Sun Valley Area NC
  • Sylmar NC
  • United Neighborhoods NC
  • Voices of 90037 NC
  • West Adams NC
  • West Hills NC
  • West LA NC

About Public Works Liaisons

Public Works Liaisons serve as the primary point of contact for their Neighborhood Councils on the Clean Streets Initiative, which was announced by Mayor Eric Garcetti on April 23, 2015. Focused on creating a cleaner and more livable city, the Clean Streets Initiative provides funding for additional trash bins, a third Clean Streets Strike Team, the development of a cleanliness assessment system, and increased enforcement of illegal dumping. A key component to the success of the Clean Streets Initiative is a coordinated and robust public engagement campaign, which includes Liaisons working in partnership with the Mayor’s Office, Council Offices, and the Department of Public Works, and stakeholders to organize clean ups, increase 311 reporting in their area, and engage local stakeholders on how to maintain street cleanliness. Liaisons receive communication from the Department of Public Works regarding legislation, programs, and meetings with staff. For more information to go