Happy 100th Birthday, Felix Chevrolet



Team Price is ecstatic to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of one of the most iconic Council District 9 businesses and the oldest car dealership in Los Angeles, Felix Chevrolet. For a century, Felix Chevrolet has played an essential role in Los Angeles car culture. We salute them for their service, continued expansion and wish them the best for many more years in Council District 9.

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Apply for the Comeback Checks Program


The City of Los Angeles will be rolling out a COVID-19 financial recovery program for small businesses. The $25 million “Comeback Checks” program is launching on Oct. 26. The grant program is made possible through the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA), which allocated a total of $37 million in grants for small businesses in the City of Los Angeles. 

Funding will be distributed over several rounds. The application period for Round 1 begins on Oct. 26 and closes on Nov. 2. In all, $5,000 grants will be available to 5,000 small businesses and restaurants impacted by COVID-19 to assist with the economic recovery efforts.

EWDD is serving as administrator for this program. Contact your local BusinessSource Center for assistance. 

Visit www.comebackchecksla.com

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Formerly Homeless Individuals Find a Home in Avalon Apartments


Team Price is very excited about the completion of CD 9’s latest affordable housing development, the Avalon Apartments. The once rundown dilapidated, fire-damaged vacant church is now a brand new 28-unit, 100 percent affordable apartment building for the South Los Angeles community.

District 9 partners SoLa Impact and HOPICS, a leading nonprofit service provider supporting homeless families and individuals, will work together to house up to 78 formerly homeless individuals and provide permanent supportive housing to some of Los Angeles' most vulnerable residents. Neighbors will have easy access to transit and be within walking distance of Avalon and Gage Parks, various restaurants, markets, and retail.

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21st Annual Senior Appreciation Luncheon


This year's Senior Appreciation Luncheon celebration can be enjoyed from the comfort of your home. District 9 residents 65 and over will receive one free lunch and care package delivered safely to your door during the month of November. Register by contacting the District Office at (323) 846-2651.

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Halloween Kick-Ball Monster Match and a Movie


Join Councilman Price on Oct. 22 at 5 p.m. for a Halloween Kick-Ball Monster Match and a Movie taking place at Slauson Recreation Center. During this special event, families are encouraged to dress-up in costume and take part in a contest for a chance to win prizes.

In the course of the movie showing of Cruella, popcorn, shaved ice, candy and other movie treats will be provided. For more information see the flyer here or contact Councilman Price’s District Office at (323) 846-2651.

 

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Apply for the Comeback Checks Program

The City of Los Angeles will be rolling out the ”Comeback Checks Program,” a COVID-19 financial recovery program that provides grants to small businesses. This program is made possible through the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA), which allocated a total of $37 million in grants for small businesses in the City of Los Angeles. 

Join Councilmember Curren Price on Oct. 21 at 2:30 p.m. for a free webinar to learn more about the program and eligibility requirements.

To register, please follow this link: bit.ly/ComebackCheckCD9

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Help Support a Local CD 9 Family

Team Price extends its deepest condolences to the Ayala family, who recently lost their 2-year-old daughter Keily Alejandra Ayala. Little Keily passed away in a tragic swallowing accident, never having a chance to grow up. Her grief-stricken parents are left with the inability to bury their little girl properly.
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To support the family with covering the final arrangements for Keily, a GoFundMe has been set up to help them. If you or anyone you know have the means to assist this local family, please donate here.
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Community Resource Fair for 27th Street Children and Families

As families gear up for Halloween activities, Councilmember Price invited several local partners to come together on Oct. 14 at a special Community Resource Fair to bring a bit of joy to CD 9 neighbors located on and around the 27th Street blast zone. 

Families were treated to a wide range of activities including games, arts & crafts, face painting and other special treats. Just as importantly, neighbors were connected to resources designed to bring them some relief. 

With St. John’s Well Child and Family Center mobile clinic on hand, residents were able to see a physician, obtain an auditory exam, sign-up for health insurance and get the COVID-19 vaccine. Individuals were also able to obtain mental health referrals from the LA County Department of Mental Health, as well as obtain information on filing claims with the City, and received information on social services. 

If you or someone you know has been affected by the 27th Street fireworks explosion and are in need of assistance, please contact Councilmember Price’s District Office at (323) 846-2651. 

Click on the image below for a video highlighting this special event at 27th Street from our friends at LA Cityview 35.  

 

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Trees for the Community

On Oct. 9, Team Price held a successful tree distribution for the South LA community at Councilmember Price’s District Office, giving out more than 150 fruit and shade trees to homeowners for free to help create a shadier and cooler Los Angeles.

Participants were able to pick between a variety of shade trees, including African Fern Pine, Peppermint, Tipu, Crape Myrtle along with Peach, Plum, Pear and Guava fruit trees. This event would not have been possible without our incredible partners at Tree People, City Plants and the Department of Water & Power.

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Inell Woods Park Open House

Innel Woods Open Park

In partnership with Heal the Bay, Councilmember Price will host the Inell Woods Park Open House on Oct. 16 at 11 a.m. Get your costumes ready, and come learn about the future community pocket park, which will include a walking trail, exercise equipment, California native landscaping, picnic tables and seating areas. In addition to a Halloween costume contest, Team Price will be providing family-friendly activities, treats and prizes.

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