Crossfit Training Yard Keeps North Hollywood in Shape

LOS ANGELES - North Hollywood's CrossFit Training Yard gym is keeping the community in shape, led by eight-time CrossFit Games competitor and CrossFit veteran Becca Voigt. Councilmember Krekorian recently joined Voigt on a tour of the NoHo based business. Continue reading

Orange Line Celebrates 10th Anniversary

LOS ANGELES - This week, the Metro Orange Line celebrated its 10th birthday as the busiest bus route in the San Fernando Valley, one of the most popular in the transit agency's history and one of the most successful Bus Rapid Transit lines in the country. Continue reading

Steering Toward Valley's Transit Future

VAN NUYS - San Fernando Valley leaders gathered for the Transportation Summit to discuss the region's transit future. Councilmember Krekorian, who is a member of the Metro and Metrolinks boards, pushed the importance of adding more rail projects in order to improve connectivity for the regions residents.  Continue reading

Halloween Safety Tips and Tricks

LOS ANGELES - With ghouls and goblins roaming neighborhood streets, Halloween is one of the busiest nights for the community. To keep trick-or-treaters safe, the LA Dept. of Transportation has important tips on what to do: Continue reading

LA Prepares for Strong Winds and End of Daylight Savings

LOS ANGELES - A change in weather is bringing strong winds across Southern California. The LA Fire Dept. is urging residents to use caution with flame, heat and spark producing equipment, including vehicles, barbecues and power tools. Continue reading

How to Do Business with Metro

  LOS ANGELES - Metro is hosting an educational workshop for veterans and veteran business owners on "How to Do Business with Metro." The Nov. 10 workshop will provide information on Metro's Disabled Veterans Business Enterprise Program.   Continue reading

Metro Approves New NoHo-Pasadena Express Bus

  NORTH HOLLYWOOD - The Metro Board approved funding for a new 180-day pilot program to add a North Hollywood to Pasadena bus route - a route that connects the Orange and Red lines to the Gold Line.  Continue reading

New Striping Equipment Hits LA Streets

LOS ANGELES - Earlier this week, the LA Dept. of Transportation unveiled and tested new roadway striping equipment that is ready to work on LA's streets. Councilmember Krekorian joined LADOT General Manager Seleta Reynold to survey the new trucks and try out the equipment. Continue reading

LAPD 'Operation Copcicle' Brings Treats to Local Schools

LOS ANGELES - The Los Angeles Police Dept. and Councilmember Krekorian joined forces for "Operation Copsicle," an outreach project to create partnerships and improve community relationships with local law enforcement and youth. Continue reading

Community Cleanups in Your Neighborhood

SUN VALLEY - Clean up efforts led by the office of Councilmember Krekorian cleared brush, weeds, and debris from Sun Valley and Studio City neighborhoods.  Continue reading

City and County Partner to Revitalize San Fernando Valley's LA River Greenway

LOS ANGELES - This week, the city and county of Los Angeles announced a $6 million joint investment to revitalize the LA River Valley Greenway in the San Fernando Valley. Councilmember Krekorian, whose district includes a segment of the river, joined Mayor Eric Garcetti and Supervisor Sheila Kuehl to announce the partnership.  Continue reading

LA Film and TV Production on the Rise

LOS ANGELES - Production activity in the Los Angeles region saw a significant increase this past quarter with many TV productions returning to California as a result of the expanded film and TV production tax credit.  Continue reading

Councilmembers Call for Sales Tax on Firearms and Ammo Sales

LOS ANGELES - Earlier this week, Councilmembers Paul Koretz and Paul Krekorian introduced a motion calling on the City of Los Angeles to consider enacting a sales tax on firearm and ammunition sales. The motion requests a report from city staff on the feasibility of enacting a sales tax and suggests that the money collected could be used to fund gun violence prevention research and programs throughout the city. Continue reading

How to Protect Yourself from West Nile

LOS ANGELES - This year, the Greater Los Angeles County Vector Control has confirmed more than 25 cases of West Nile Virus activity in Council District 2.  Continue reading

LA Approves Historic Earthquake Safety Law

LOS ANGELES - The Los Angeles City Council unanimously approved a measure to retrofit nearly 15,000 building in the city with seismic safety measures.  Continue reading