South Los Angeles

Come Join Us at LA Sanitation Earth Day LA 2017

On Saturday, April 22, 2017 from 10am to 2pm, LA Sanitation will hold its second annual citywide Earth Day LA event at Exposition Park, South Lawn. There will be City vehicles for kids to explore, games to play, prizes to win, seeds to plant, 50+ exhibitors to visit, and fun for all ages. Free beverages and snacks are available while supplies last. All exhibits will be related to City services and sustainability. Join us for earth-friendly fun in a festival setting! There is no charge for admission, and all are welcome.

Want to let us know you’re coming? Visit www.earthdayla.eventbrite.com

In the spirit of sustainability, we encourage everyone to use public transportation when visiting Earth Day LA. Learn more at www.metro.net

We tackle overgrown vegetation in alleys, too. Call 311 for an alley near you.

Clean Street L.A. crew in an alley with hand tools to cut and remove overgrown vegetation in Chesterfield Square South.

Clean Street L.A. crew in an alley with hand tools to cut and remove overgrown vegetation in Chesterfield Square South.

Call 311 or use the MyLA311 app to report abandoned waste and overgrown vegetation in the public right of way near you. When making a report, please provide as much detail about the location and debris as possible so the appropriate level of resources can be directed to the site.

To download the MyLA311 app, visit Google Play or Apple App Store.

Submit a tip to Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477 or use www.LACrimeStoppers.org and be eligible for a reward.

Two who make all the difference.

"I am out here to lead by example. You can never ever start too young. She's Ruby Rose and she's six months old. But she'll know that her mom was involved in things. It's important to us. And like they said about providing a clean environment for your babies, that is very important to me. Safety. It's all important. Anything that I can do I am here to do even with a baby strapped on me. I am here to be involved and to make a difference."

Call 311 or use the MyLA311 app to report abandoned waste and illegal dumping in the public right of way near you. When making a report, please provide as much detail about the location and debris as possible so the appropriate level of resources can be directed to the site.

To download the MyLA311 app, visit Google Play orApple App Store.