The Los Angeles Conservation Corps Clean and Green Youth Program is coordinating various street maintenance efforts and services throughout Council District 4 with youth from the area, cleaning and improving the same area in which they live. These youth earn a paycheck while developing fundamental workplace skills and a sense of community.
Each year, the program provides approximately 500 middle school and high school youth the opportunity to gain environmental work experience. During eight-week work sessions, crews of young people remove trash from neglected streets and alleys, remove graffiti and plant trees to beautify communities. In addition to this work, the
LA Conservation Corps has partnered with the Bureau of Sanitation in order to be proactive about the state of some of the alleyways within Los Angeles.
LA Conservation Corps and its crews, regularly remove overgrown vegetation, garbage, and bulky items that are often dumped within these alleys. Crew supervisors strive to cultivate a positive work ethic in the youth that trains them to be responsible and dedicated workers, as they mentor them to help them to see the value of staying in school, preparing for college, and giving back to their communities.
That’s why we’ve teamed up with the LA Conservation Corps to beautify neighborhoods in Council District 4. Please fill out the form below to let us know of a street in your neighborhood that needs cleaning or improving. We will make sure to send a team out as soon as we can.
The green space surrounding the parking lot has been an area with a lot of item dumping unfortunately. Definitely could use one or more trash cans in the area. There is a lot of potential to make the parking lot green space vibrant keep the Bowl shuttle riders coming back. and increase commuters experience
Visitors to Hollywood Bowl Overlook like to throw garbage out of their cars/minibusues when driving to and parking on Mulholland near the Overlook. Let's see if your office can actually get something done in this case. My past experience would indicate that nothing, or nothing useful will happen.
Working with the Bureau of Street Services Investigator J.Loredo" for over a year, I have tried and FAILED to get the owner of this property to deal with mounds of dirt in a stretch of 60 feet of gutter. The address of the owner responsible for this mess is 1839 Deloz St., 90027, a through-lot.
Weeds are a couple of feet high on a L.A. City owned lot plus some trash bags. A real eyesore! The neighborhood could really use your help.
We are a new condominium community and this portion of the street is totally neglected by the city. There has been no street cleaning in years. The street looks tragic and non-sanitary. There is lots of tar and heavy engine oil built up for years. Please help us clean this street. We need a street cleaning sign posted on the street so that cars do not park on certain days and that the city crew can come clean up the street regularly. Thanks!