TAX DAY MOVED TO MAY 17th; REMEMBER TO FILE TO RECEIVE NEW AND ENHANCED BENEFITS

Posted on 04/16/2021

 
You still have slightly more than one month to file your taxes. The State and Federal governments established various new credits and programs this year. You must file your information by Monday, May 17, to qualify for refundable tax credits, and claim funds from the Golden State Stimulus. Even if your 2020 earnings are lower than the tax filing threshold, you may want to check your www.CalEITC4Me.org.eligibility for these credits and programs.
Learn more at https://www.caleitc4me.org/

 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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TODAY IS THE DEADLINE to Request your Ballot!!

Posted on 04/13/2021

 
If you want to VOTE in the 2021 Foothill Trails District Neighborhood Council Election - if you want a say as to who represents you - you must request your Vote-By-Mail ballot today!!

All elections this season are Vote-By-Mail. Ballots are postage paid, but are only provided upon request at http://EmpowerLA.org/elections.
 

2021 COVID-19 Emergency Rental Assistance Program

Posted on 04/12/2021

The City of Los Angeles’ Emergency Renters Assistance Program application is open through April 30.
Requirements Apply.

Deadline to Request Vote-by-Mail Ballot is April 13!

Posted on 04/09/2021

The deadline to request your vote-by-mail ballot is fast approaching. Visit https://empowerla.org/elections/ to request yours and to learn more about the candidates and the election process.

Neighborhood Council board members are volunteers, public officials elected by the members of their community. And that is you! We encourage you to let your voice be heard and VOTE!

 

Equestrian Committee Meeting 4.8.21 at 7pm

Posted on 04/07/2021


Please join us for a meeting of The Foothill Trails District Neighborhood Council Equestrian Committee Thursday April 8th at 7pm via Zoom.  To view the agenda for this meeting click on Equestrian under the Committees tab on this website.

Zoom Meeting by Telephone: (669) 900-9128
to Join the meeting then enter this Webinar ID: 851 0376 9316
 
Online Zoom Meeting Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/85103769316

LA County Enters Orange Tier April 5th

Posted on 04/05/2021

The Los Angeles County Health Officer Order was updated on April 3, 2021 to reflect newly permitted activities allowed in the Orange Tier, beginning Monday, April 5 at 12:01 a.m. Additional safety modifications are required or recommended for many sectors.
These Orange Tier changes will go into effect on April 5 at 12:01 AM.
Visit http://ph.lacounty.gov/coronavirus for more information.

Additional Info at: https://covid19.lacounty.gov/recovery/

And at: https://covid19.lacounty.gov/covid19-news/statement-from-the-board-of-supervisors-on-los-angeles-county-entering-orange-tier/

Parking Enforcement Changes as of April 1st

Posted on 04/02/2021

SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT RESTARTS LOCAL PARKING ENFORCEMENT

Residents should be aware that starting April 1 the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department (LASD) Parking Enforcement Detail will start writing up tickets again for all parking violations.

This includes street sweeping, expired registration, as well as towing vehicles that have been warned via a "Red Tag" or any other vehicle in violation of the parking law of the state of California, and the County of Los Angeles. 

During the pandemic, LASD had temporarily suspended giving out citations and related fines, but officers will be back in action this week. To find out more about what parking rules are subject to fines, visit the LASD website at  https://lasd.org/lasd-will-resume-parking-enforcement-on-april-1-2021/

VOTE in the FTDNC Election!!

Posted on 03/31/2021

Vaccine Eligibility Expanded to Age 50 and Older April 1st

Posted on 03/29/2021

From the County of Los Angeles Department of Public Health:
Public Health is happy to see eligibility for the COVID-19 vaccine expanded by the State, starting April 1, for individuals age 50 and older, and starting April 15, for individuals age 16 and older.
Public Health continues to be an advocate, partner and provider in the vaccine efforts, including vaccinating people who live in areas hard-hit by this pandemic. The County hopes the expansion of eligibility carries with it increased doses of vaccine coming into L.A. County. L.A. County vaccination sites continue to operate below their capacity and have the ability to vaccinate around twice the number of residents each week than our current allocation allowment.

https://carbonhealth.com/covid-19-vaccines/los-angeles

http://www.publichealth.lacounty.gov/media/Coronavirus/vaccine/



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