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Earthquake Preparedness
online resources courtesy of SORO

Here's an excellent 32-page handbook available to read online, download, or request printed copies (available in English and Spanish):
Putting Down Roots in Earthquake Country

MORE RESOURCES
Preparing your earthquake survival kit

Welcome to Earthquake Country

Crestview is a friendly neighborhood outlined by La Cienega Blvd. on the east, Robertson Blvd. on the west and Pickford street to the north. Sawyer street, three blocks south of Pickford is the southern boundry.


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EveryBlock Los Angeles
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Open Neighborhoods and PermaCity Announce Solar Challenge for Los Angeles County
GRAFFITI WATCH
Graffiti abatement requests may be submitted to Office of Community Beautification at the following website:
http://Anti-Graffiti.LAcity.org
 
Crestview Street party 2012

New tree program begins

The crestview Board recently approved seed funding for a multi-stage program to plant trees in the parkway of Crestview streets. Stage one will be on the 1700 block of Garth with future plantings on Airdrome and 18th St.


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to stay informed about Crestview matters,
upcoming meetings and ways you can get involved.
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Crestview Neighborhood Association
1702 S. Robertson Blvd., #2027
Los Angeles, CA 90035
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