The latest news from Studio City Residents Association
It is holiday time, and snow is in the air once again in Studio City, CA. The Studio City Residents Association’s Fifth Annual Winter Family Festival and Festival of Giving will be held at Studio City Recreation Center (aka “Beeman Park”) on Sunday, December 13, 2015 from 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Studio City Recreation Center is located at 12621 Rye Street, Studio City, CA 91604.
Last year, more than 5000 people got into the holiday spirit and gave back to the community as well at this popular free event, which is presented to the community by the Studio City Residents Association and Studio City Recreation Center. The event, the largest to-date, saw thousands playing in more than 70 tons of snow, with slides, snowball fights and snowman making.
For more information about this year’s event go to Winter Family Festival News .
LA Animal Services has a number of brochures available regarding encounters with various wildlife. You can find all the brochures at :http://www.laanimalservices.com/about-animals/wildlife/ . Click on the following link for the one specifically about coyotes, Encounters with Coyotes.
To check out construction permits in your area, go to : https://www.ladbsservices2.lacity.org/OnlineServices/. Click on the ‘Permit and Inspection Report’ option and choose your specific search option. Available searches are by : Single Address Search, Address Range Search, or Other Searches.
The LADWP’s Water Conservation Response Unit (WCRU) is ready to investigate water waste reports. You can email water waste incidents to firstname.lastname@example.org, call 1-800-DIAL-DWP (1-800-342-5397), or use MYLA311 Online Services. When submitting, include exact address, date and time, and brief description of the water waste.
Planting trees on your own private property? If so, LA City’s Street Tree Selection Guide is an excellent source. You will find information on height, spacing, drought toleracy, crown spread, and much more. This guide can be found at : http://bss.lacity.org/UrbanFor…/StreetTreeSelectionGuide.htm.
If you are planning on planting trees in parkways and other public rights of way, permits are required. For further details and to obtain downloadable applications, go to http://bsspermits.lacity.org/
Information courtesy of our sister organization, Studio City Beautification Association.