Wiseburn Watch will incur approximately $300 to cover our Annual Santa Parade and Toy Drive costs, the majority to cover the the small gift Santa will give every child he greets. We usually ask for donations but wanted to do something special for our 15th year, so we’ve created a special “15th Annual Wiseburn Santa Parade” souvenir T-shirt to raise money for the parade on December 23, 2023. We need to sell at least 50 T-shirts to meet our goal. Please help us if you can!
Marek your calendars for Saturday, December 23rd: it’s the 15th Annual Wiseburn Santa Parade and Toy Drive! Sirens & lights will alert you that Santa is coming starting at 4:45 pm (see route map below)!
Wiseburn Watch is proud to join with LACO Fire Department to collect toys along our Santa Stop route. Please bring your donation of a new unwrapped toy or sporting good for the LACO “SPARK OF LOVE” TOY DRIVE! Donation is not required to see Santa. Santa will give each child a small gift.
Brought to you by Wiseburn Watch in coordination with the Los Angeles County Fire Department, California Highway Patrol and Los Angeles County Sheriff Department. We look forward to seeing along the parade rout on December 23rd!
Join us for what promises to be a very informative meeting! Hollyglen Elementary School (formerly Cabrillo), 5309 W 135th St, Hawthorne, CA 90250.
Welcome and Introductions (5 mins)
Questions for Law Enforcement and Crime Stats (15 mins)
Universal Waste Systems (UWS) and Public Works Updates (15 mins) LA County Vision Zero – Impact for Wiseburn (15 mins)
Wiseburn Clean-up and Beautification – setting dates and getting help (5 mins) Open Forum – Q&A
Tomorrow, Tuesday, August 1st, 4pm to 8pm: NATIONAL NIGHT OUT in Wiseburn is back! Please join us at the L.A. County Wiseburn Public Library parking lot, located at 5335 135th Street, Hawthorne for fun, food games & prizes for the whole family!
Brought to you by WISEBURN WATCH in cooperation with LASD, CHP, and LACOFD with generous support from L.A. County 2nd District Supervisor Holly J. Mitchell. Millions of neighbors take part in National Night Out across thousands of communities from all fifty states, U.S. territories and military bases worldwide. National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, more caring places to live. National Night Out enhances the relationship between neighbors and law enforcement while bringing back a true sense of community. Furthermore, it provides a great opportunity to bring police and neighbors together under positive circumstances.
Wiseburn Watch is an organization run entirely by volunteers and a 501c(3) nonprofit under IRS guidelines.
The goal of Wiseburn Watch is to maintain, protect and enhance the value of the community.
To create and maintain productive relationships with law enforcement, county officials, and other groups with common interests in order to reduce crime, provide for the needs of the community, and increase disaster preparedness.
To promote community improvement and beautification projects, as well as encourage “good neighbor” habits within the community.
Assist in the training, equipping, and maintaining a community (CERT ) Community Emergency Response Team.
Every two years we hold a board election, we hope that some additional community members will be inspired to join the Board of Directors, and make the next two years even better than the last. The time has come to call for all those interested in becoming candidates for the Wiseburn Watch Board of Directors.
The deadline for submitting your name or nominating someone for the Board is Sunday, July 25th at 5 PM. If interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
How the voting process works:
There will be a 1-week email voting period (between July 19th and July 26th). Candidate info & voter link will be sent out to all current watch members.
Each member will get one vote. Voting is done through the email addresses used for the watch list.
How the new Board comes in:
Mid-August – Joint meeting with both current and new board members.
August – Transition period, information transfer from old to the new board. Members stay on in different roles, so this can be easy.
September – New Board takes over operations. The new board elects a president from the group. The President will then assign different positions on the Board to the other members. You will get a chance to submit 3 choices for the job you wish to do.
We hope that you’ll consider joining the Board of Directors. It really is a great organization with hard-working neighbors, all getting stuff done for the good of the Wiseburn community.
WE ASK PLEASE ONLY CONSIDER RUNNING FOR THE BOARD IF YOU HAVE THE TIME AND ENERGY TO COMMIT TO DOING THE WORK – We need your help! ?
Public Works 24/7 report hotline (Traffic controls maintenance & repair, report graffiti, hazardous spill, street light outages, tree damages): 626-458-4357
Public Works dispatch (for emergencies, afterhours, or urgent request): 800-675-4357
For all constituent requests related to Public Works you can fill out an inquiry here: https://dpw.lacounty.gov/contact/. We also have an app called “The Works” that can be downloaded by iPhone and Android users.
Immediate waste management contact:
Phone: 8888DUMPING or 88883867464 (*Please note that this hotline has eleven numbers. Your call will be directed to the hotline.)