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Weekly E-Newsletter and Crime Log

 

Tuesday, 8/25/09

 

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In This Newsletter...

:: HBNW/HBPD Crime Log

:: CRIME PREVENTION ~ Two things increase in summer: heat & crime mischief

:: FIRE CHIEF LANTZER'S CORNER ~ Back to School dealing with H1N1 & Upcoming National Fire Prevention Week

:: RECOGNITION OF VOLUNTEERS ~ Ken Hartley, John Kovac & George Ziegler continue to improve HBARA

:: Map Your Neighborhood ~ Train the Resident class added on Thursday, Oct. 8th

:: HB EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS ~ The threat of a flu pandemic is real.

:: IN THE NEWS...

:: Code RED - Emergency Notification System for HB & ALERT LA County

:: MBNW/MBPD Crime Log

:: RBNW/RBPD Crime Log

:: HB Amateur (HAM) Radio Association

:: SURVIVAL KITS - FREE SHIPPING TO HB

:: TAG YOUR UTILITY VALVES ~ Accurate Emergency Services

:: COUNCIL & COMMISSION MEETINGS ONLINE NOW!

:: FOCUS ON SENIORS ~ FANNY PACK STILL AVAILABLE

:: LOCAL PHONE NUMBERS AND WEBSITE

:: CONTACT US AT HBNW

 

HBNW CRIME LOG 

MYN 1

Every Monday, Kelly views the HBPD Daily Activity Logs for the prior week.  With the assistance of Motorcycle Ofc. JR Smith, Dect. Mick Gaglia or Lt. Tom Thompson, we select crimes that our residents can learn from in order to TARGET HARDEN their home, car or neighborhood.  This is a tool that is used to inform you about how the crime occurred, time of day and if there are any suggestions for the resident to learn from the crimes selected to further secure their home or car.
 

For those of you that are interested in seeing the monthly crime statistics for all crimes in HB, please click the link below. 

 

Hermosa Beach Police Department Monthly Report 

   

 

This is a SAMPLE COPY of what a SOLICITOR PERMIT looks like for your reference.     
SAMPLE SOLICITOR PERMIT 

AREA CRIME LOG

Monday, August 17, 2009 to Sunday, August 23, 2009

 

AREA 1  

 BLUE (SOUTHWEST area bordered by Pier Ave, PCH & Herondo St.)

 

AREA 2

 GREEN (NORTHWEST area bordered Pier Ave, PCH and Manhattan border)

 

AREA 3

 RED (Every HB address on PCH and EAST to Harper/Reynolds)

 

Abbreviations Used by Officers:
RP    Reporting Party
UTL    Unable to Locate
GOA    Gone on Arrival
FI    Field Identification Card is information taken "in the field" on a person; such as name, address, distinguishing marks, clothing if needed for future contact.

NRD    No Report Desired

ADAST  Advised and/or assisted 

 

Tuesday 8-18-209

 

Area 2

 

594 PC

1700 block of Monterey

Vandalism

 There was a car that was egged during the night. No one was seen or heard. This occurred during the night.

       

 

Area 2

 

484 PC

1600 Ardmore Ave

Theft

There was a bicycle taken from the parking garage at the location. The lock was cut and removed. No one was seen or heard. This occurred during the night.

       

 

Wednesday 8-19-09

 

Area 1

 

594 PC

600 block of 4th Street

Vandalism

Unknown supect(s) push over a Motorcycle parked on street causing damage. No one was seen or heard.

       

 

 

Area 1

 

459 PC

1100 Monterey

Burglary

Unknown suspect(s) used unknown type tool to cut cable lock inside garage area. No suspect(s) information.

 

       

  

 

Thursday 8-20-09

 

Area 3

 

Scavenger

Prospect and 2nd St

Scavenging

There were two subjects going through recyclables in the area. The two were contacted and advised of the violation.

       

 

Area 2

 

Scavenger

100 block of 21st St

Scavenging

There were two subjects going through recyclables in the area. They were observed in a vehicle leaving the area. They were located a short distance away going through recyclables and were subsequently cited for the violation.

       

 

Friday 8-21-09

 

Area 1

 

459 PC

900 block of Manhattan Ave

Garage Burglary

Bicycle taken from locked garage-RP heard someone knocking on door in early hours, looked out the peephole-observed a subject but went back to sleep-unk person gained access to locked garage (keypad is malfunctioning) and took brand new bicycle.

 

       

 

Area 1

 

484 PC

900 block of Hermosa  Ave

Theft

There was a bicycle taken from the area. The cable lock was cut and bicycle taken. The victim will provide further information regarding the bicycle at a later date. NOTE: Know you serial numbers of your bicycles. They can be put into the system and greatly increases the chances of recovery. 

       

 

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STOP CRIME 

Two things increase in the summer: the heat and criminal mischief. 
 
Folks are out and about more and are taking longer vacations away from their homes; these absences can invite more break-ins and thefts.  

 

"Are my kids telling others our personal business?" Crime prevention experts have growing concerns that kids who use the social media (My Space, Facebook, Twitter) might not be using good judgment in their messages. When you tell people in an online text that no one is home, or the family is on vacation, you've essentially told "the whole world" that your house is empty. Talk to your kids about their blogging and messaging and make sure they know your boundaries about what topics to discuss with friends and when they are online.


Another reason property crime goes up in the summer? The unintended
consequences of bad judgment. And some of these bad choices constitute criminal behavior.


"I'm just running in there for a minute!" This is NOT a reason to leave your automobile unlocked. Or worse, to leave the car running. That is like sending a car thief a printed invitation.

 

Unlocked cars sitting in front of a house or apartment or business are PRIME targets. Cell phones, any form of ID, CDs, IPODS, these are easy to grab and easy to sell on the street for cash. Put it away, lock it up. Your car (and your home) should always be locked. Whether you're inside or outside.


Interesting fact - Officers ask the victims of auto burglaries if they left their cars unlocked. Honest citizens report that in almost ONE THIRD of the reported incidents, they did leave their cars unlocked. We suspect that number may be higher. Wouldn't it be great if we could prevent 32% of all auto burglaries in our community, simply because we "hardened the target" for the thieves?


Everyone plays a role in creating and maintaining a safe environment.
 
Report Crime - Don't assume that your neighbors have already reported the crime or that the police already know. Report criminal or suspicious activity each and every time it occurs.
 
DIRECT HB Dispatch Number 
310-524-2750

 

Reasons for calling the non-emergency number include, but are not limited to the following:
 

  • You want to report a nuisance, such as a noise or parking complaint.
  • To report a non-emergency crime, one that did not just occur, and the
    suspect(s) are not in the immediate area. 
  • You have questions about something suspicious occurring in your
    neighborhood, and you are not sure it is criminal activity.
  • Solicitor just came to your door or are in the neighborhood.
  • Trash diggers.
  • Unusual foot traffic.
  • People you don't recognize walking your block with no seemingly specific direction or purpose.
  • Parked, occupied vehicles at unusual hours.
  • Abandoned vehicles.
  • Business transactions conducted from vehicles.
  • Unfamiliar people peering into parked vehicles.
  • Person removing vehicle accessories.

 
Be alert and observant wherever you are and learn to recognize signs of criminal behavior. Report all crime to the HBPD even if it is only an attempt. Crime cannot be controlled or prevented if it is not reported. By reporting crimes and suspicious activities you can protect yourself and others.
 

If you are in another city in the South Bay, these are their direct dial phone numbers to their PD/FD dispatch. 
 
El Segundo Dispatch  310-524-2760

Manhattan Beach Dispatch 310-545-4566

Palos Verdes Dispatch 310-378-5211

Redondo Beach Dispatch 310- 379-5411

Torrance Dispatch 310-320-2611
 
If you are in a city that you do not know or are on the freeways, call 9-1-1 and your call will be routed to the appropriate call center.

 


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FIRE CHIEF LANTZER'S CORNER

HBFD

 

BACK TO SCHOOL:  DEALING WITH H1N1
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has released recommended school responses for the 2009-2010 school year in relation to the H1N1 flu.


 Stay home when sick:  Those with flu-like illness should stay home for at least 24 hours after they no longer have a fever, or signs of a fever, without the use of fever-reducing medicines.  They should stay home even if they are using antiviral drugs.  For more information, visit

http://www.cdc.gov/h1n1flu/guidance/exclusion.htm.

 
  Separate ill students and staff:  Students and staff who appear to have flu-like illness should be sent to a room separate from others until they can be sent home.  The CDC recommends that they wear a surgical mask, if possible, and that those who care for ill students and staff wear protective gear such as a mask.

 
  Hand hygiene and respiratory etiquette:  The new recommendations emphasize the importance of the basic foundations of influenza prevention:  stay home when sick, wash hands frequently with soap and water when possible, and cover noses and mouths with a tissue when coughing or sneezing (or a shirt sleeve or elbow if no tissue is available).

 
  Routine cleaning:  School staff should routinely clean areas that students and staff touch often with the cleaners they typically use.  Special cleaning with bleach and other non-detergent-based cleaners is not necessary.

 
  Early treatment of high-risk students and staff:  People at high risk for influenza complications who become ill with influenza-like illness should speak with their health care provider as soon as possible.  Early treatment with antiviral medications is very important for people at high risk because it can prevent hospitalizations and deaths.  People at high risk include those who are pregnant, have asthma or diabetes, have compromised immune systems, or have neuromuscular diseases.

 
  Consideration of selective school dismissal:  Although there are not many schools where all or most students are at high risk (for example, schools for medically fragile children or for pregnant students) a community might decide to dismiss such a school to better protect these high-risk students.
 
FIRE PREVENTION WEEK
Fire Prevention Week 2009

 

The National Fire Protection Association's (NFPA) theme for 2009's Fire Prevention Week is Stay Fire Smart! Don't Get Burned.  Fire Prevention Week is from October 4th to the 10th.  The emphasis on burn awareness and prevention focuses on "simple" or "common sense" measures, such as testing the water before putting a child in the bath and wearing short or close-fitting sleeves when cooking on the stovetop.
 

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RECOGNITION OF VOLUNTEERS  

 

HBNW would like to say THANKS AGAIN to Ken Hartley, John Kovac and George Ziegler for their determination to develop the Hermosa Beach Amateur Radio Association (HBARA).  Their home base of operation is under construction and will be the future Emergency Operation Center (EOC) for Hermosa Beach.  With the efforts of many, this important room will be an asset to our emergency/disaster responders.  The HBARA is essential for Hermosa Beach Neighborhood Watch (HBNW) for neighborhoods to communicate to the EOC once communication tools that we currently use are inoperative.  We appreciate the many residents in HB that are current amateur radio operators and the residents that are taking the course now to become a HAM operator.  We know the value of your skill in our time of need.

 

Continue to watch the HBARA website for more information.  It is under construction too! 

 THERE IS POWER IN NEIGHBORS


HB Neighborhood Watch ~ a crime awareness and disaster preparedness neighborhood program. 
 
To view all ACTIVE blocks in HBNW
If you have not had an INTRODUCTION Block Meeting, your block is not considered an active block in HBNW.  You may have volunteered to be your block's captain and receive the HBNW E-Mails.  However, we do not know if you are connected to your residents until you have had this meeting.  Please e-mail us today if you have not had it. 
 
Upcoming Introduction Block Meetings

 
SEPTEMBER 2009  
 
Sept 23
Lisa Burt
Pacifica Villas Condo Complex
 

Sept 30

Hilary Young

1900 block of Ardmore and Ava Avenue

 

OCTOBER 2009

 

Oct 21

Rick Koenig

1800 Block of Manhattan Avenue

Oct 28

Hayley Larkin

00 Unit Block of The Strand 

 

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MAP YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD

READY THE RESIDENT CLASS  

 Map Your Neighborhood Logo

  
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8TH
6:30p.m. - 9:00p.m.
CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS
 

1315 Valley Drive
 
 
 MYN materials, light dinner from Corner Bakery, HBNW bottled water and a MYN bag (see below) provided when you pre-register.
 
Reserve your seat TODAY! 
 
Thank you for
pre-registering!
 

 

We appreciate that you have signed up!

 Resident Kathy Cook

 Resident Annie Moler

"Map Your Neighborhood" (MYN) is a program designed to help neighborhoods prepare for disasters.  It is a program that HBNW has adopted and is mandatory that all Block Captains attend and implement on their street.
 
MYN will help you to:

  • Learn the "9 Steps to Take Immediately Following a Disaster" to secure your home and to protect your neighborhood. It is hard to think clearly following disaster and these steps will help you to quickly and safely take actions that can minimize damage and protect lives. 
  • Identify the Skills and Equipment each neighbor has that would be useful in an effective disaster response. Knowing which neighbors have supplies and skills helps your disaster response be timely, and allows everyone to contribute to the response in a meaningful way.  
  • Create a Neighborhood Map identifying the locations of natural gas for quick response if needed.
  • Create a Contact List that helps identify those with specific needs such as elderly, disabled, or children who may be home alone during certain hours of the day.
  • Work together as a team to evaluate your neighborhood during the first hour following a disaster and take the necessary actions.
     
     


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HB Disaster Preparedness Logo 

 

The threat of a flu pandemic is real. It is not a question of IF it will occur, but of WHEN it will occur. You need to be ready to take care of yourself and your family during a flu pandemic.
Preparing now will make it easier for you and your family during a pandemic. Here are a few quick tips: 
 
Stock up on food, medicines, and supplies. You should have enough for 2 weeks! 

 

Improve your health habits. Sneeze and cough into a tissue or your sleeve and wash your hands with soap and water frequently. 

 

Have a plan. Know what you plan to do if schools are dismissed, if you can't go to work, or if a member of your family becomes sick and needs care.
 
Now that you're preparing, do you know if your friends and family are?
 
Help spread the word about flu pandemic preparation! Send this message to your friends and family.
 
For more information on how to get prepared, visit
http://www.pandemicflu.gov/plan/individual/checklist.html. 

 

GET READY.  GOVERNMENT PREDICTION FOR H1NI (SWINE FLU), PLAUSIBLE SCENARIO.

 

CHILDREN AND YOUNG ADULTS.

 

SEE VIDEO

 

CALIFORNIA AND LOCAL RESPONSE FROM FLU.GOV 


  

CDC recommends

 

When Disaster Strikes, it's too late to prepare. 
 

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IN THE NEWS...

Health and education officials gird for flu season

They urge parents to practice such precautionary measures with their children as hand-washing and the 'Dracula sneeze.' They also say healthy kids should not be kept home once flu breaks out at schools.

 

http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-swine-flu22-2009aug22,0,5829247.story

 

Dealing with Local Disasters Locally

NEMA President Nancy Dragani advises local, state governments to avoid calling for federal aid whenever possible

"The more we push the responsibility to somebody else, the worse off we are as a nation," Dragani said. "The more we push up responsibility from the individual to local government to state government to federal government, the more costly it becomes."

 

http://www.hstoday.us/content/view/9862/149/

 

American Red Cross One Minute Update-Fall 2009

Students across the country are readying themselves for the start of a new school year as summer vacations draw to a close.

 

Before your family settles back into its school-year routine, the Red Cross encourages parents to take a minute to review the following safety tips and to prepare for the year ahead.

 

http://american.redcross.org/site/MessageViewer?em_id=6363.0&printer_friendly=1

 

 

JUST FOR FUN

 

The Colony : Survivor Personality Quiz : Discovery Channel

Source: dsc.discovery.com

Do you have the skills to make a new life for yourself after a global catastrophe? Take our unscientific quiz to discover if you've got what it takes to rebuild your life without communication networks, grocery stores, electricity and a reliable potable water supply.

 

http://dsc.discovery.com/tv/colony/quiz/survival-personality.html
 


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Code RED

A link to the city web page for residents to go to add their phone number to the city telephone notification/information message system, Code Red. The link provides information about the system, how it will be used and allows residents to add their phone number so they will be in the system for city notifications.

 

The CodeRED system gives city officials the ability to deliver pre-recorded emergency telephone notification/information messages.
 
No one should automatically assume his or her phone number is included. All businesses should register, as well as all individuals who have unlisted phone numbers, who have changed their phone number or address within the last year, and who use a cellular phone as their primary home phone. 

 

When you receive a call from CODE RED, the number will be displayed on your caller ID as (999)911-9999.

 

SIGN UP FOR CODE RED

  

ALERT LA County Logo

 

May be used to register your cell phone number, Voice over IP phone number, and e-mail address with the Alert LA County Emergency Mass Notification System.

Listed and unlisted land line telephone numbers are already included in the database and do not need to be registered.

Los Angeles County has implemented an emergency mass notification system that will be used to contact County residents and businesses via recorded phone messages, text messages or e-mail messages in case of emergency.  The system, called Alert LA County, will be used by the County's Emergency Operations Center to notify residents and businesses of emergencies or critical situations and provide information regarding necessary actions, such as evacuations.  The system utilizes the telephone companies' 911 database and is able to contact land-line telephone numbers, whether listed or unlisted.  If the call is picked up by an answering machine, the system will leave a recorded message.  If the number called is busy or does not answer, the system will redial the number in an attempt to deliver the message.  The system is also TTY/TDD compatible.

Because the Alert LA County system uses the 911 database, only land-line numbers are automatically included in the system.  If you have a cellular or Voice over IP number and would like to be notified on that device, or if you would like an e-mail notification, you must register those telephone numbers and/or e-mail address by completing the registration form below.

Because the Alert LA County system uses geomaping, each telephone number and/or e-mail address can only be associated with one street address in the system.

Each telephone number and e-mail address registered below will be contacted only when the street address it is associated with is impacted by a disaster or emergency.
 

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MBNW CRIME LOG

Courtesy of Manhattan Beach Neighborhood Watch and Police Department 

  

 Area 1
08/17/09 - 08/18/09                   8 p.m. - 8:50 a.m.                     1300 block of 19th Street
(Vehicle Theft) Unknown suspect(s) took two pairs of sunglasses from the unlocked vehicle that was parked on the street in front of the residence.
 
08/23/09                                    1 a.m. - 6:30 a.m.                     1400 blk of 18th St.
(Residential Burglary) Victim placed his wallet and wrist watch on a bookcase located in the dining room before going upstairs to retire.  In the morning his wife found the back door unlocked,  the kitchen window screen removed and the window open. The victim observed that his watch and wallet were missing. However, the suspect did remove his wedding photo from his wallet and leave it behind in the same place his wallet was last seen.
 
Area 4
08/22/09                                        unk - 3:30 p.m.                     900 blk of 9th St.
(Petty Theft) On 08/22/09 victim removed her mail from the mailbox. She found an envelope from her car dealer that had been ripped open and a smaller envelope inside that had also ripped open.  She had expected to find a new car key in the envelope. No other mail had been tampered with.
 
Area 10
08/19/09                                    3 p,m, -  3:15 p.m.                     100 blk of El Porto St.
(Petty Theft) On 08/19/09 victim invited a man who had been repairing a dent in the victim's fender into his home. He had him wait in the dining room while he retrieved his wallet from another room. After the man left with a check for payment the victim found his wallet and key set missing.

Area 6
08/18/09                        10 a.m. - 5 p.m.                        200 block of 9th Place
(Residential Burglary) The victim secured his residence upon leaving but left a bathroom window open approximately 3 to 4 inches, with a baseball bat in place to prevent the window being opened further. When he returned home, the baseball bat was on the floor and the screen appeared to have been removed. Unknown suspect(s) entered the residence and took unopened mail including credit cards and bank statements, along with a wallet and old ID and some change that had been in a basket in the kitchen.
 
Area 6
08/15/09 - 08/17/09       5 p.m. - 9 a.m.                          500 block of 6th Place
(Vandalism to Residence) Unknown suspect(s) kicked a hole in a screen that covered access to a crawl space. No entry appeared to be made and nothing was tampered with. Earlier in the month the victims discovered a crack in the windshield of their vehicle made by unknown suspect(s).  
 

 

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RBNW / RBPD CRIME LOG

Courtesy of Redondo Beach Neighborhood Watch and Police Department 

Please follow the link below to learn about recently published weekly crime information.
 
http://www.redondo.org/depts/police/crime/weekly_crime_information.asp 
  

Click here to see CRIME STATISTICS

  
To subscribe to City of Redondo Beach e-zine service, please go to http://www.redondo.org/ezines/default.asp


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JOIN THE AMATEUR(HAM) RADIO TEAM! 

We know how we will communicate when phones, cell phones and Internet go down.  Do you?

 

Ken Hartley @ HBARA


T-038 / KI6KUU
Hermosa Beach Amateur Radio Association
Voice : 310-376-4776
 

 


HBARA LOGO

 

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SURVIVAL KITS


More Prepared Logo
 

Order your supplies TODAY! 

 

We want to help you get prepared! 

 

 Hermosa Beach residents receive FREE SHIPPING TO HB. 

 

Enter HB2007 at checkout.

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ACCURATE EMERGENCY SERVICES

Home-Savor Emergency Utility Shut Off Kit Description:

The Home-Savor Emergency Utility Shut Off Kit is a means by which a homeowner, tenant, or neighbor can easily locate their gas, water, and electrical mains and shut them off in case of a natural disaster or accidental emergency. Following the detailed instructions and utilizing the label page the consumer will transform the blank graph section of the laminated Map Page into a customized map of their property denoting the locations of their utility shut off valves and the electrical main shut off. The Location Signs are mounted at all three of the utility shut off locations with the included nylon zip ties. Due to the fact that some properties have different types of valves and or electrical systems, (5) five different laminated Location Signs are provided and a maximum of (3) three will be used. The kit is designed for homes, apartments, condominiums, and commercial buildings.The Home-Savor Emergency Utility Shut Off Kit includes several pieces of original graphic artwork and are all included in this provisional patent application.

The Home-Savor Emergency Utility Shut Off Kit includes:

1.     (1) 8.5" x 11" Laminated Map Page.

2.     (1) 8.5" x 11" Label Page.

3.     (5) 2.5" x 3.5" (approximate size) Location Signs.

4.     (1) 11" x 17" Instruction Page.

5.     (1) Gas Valve Shut Off Wrench.

6.     (2) Nylon Zip Ties.

7.     (2 feet) of small link chain or elastic cord.

8.     (1) 2" x 2" (approximate size) piece of double face carpet tape to attach the electrical shut off instructions to the door of the electrical panel box.

Utility 1

 

Visit AES online today!

 

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DON'T MISS A MEETING

SEE ONLINE LOCAL GOVERNMENT

 

 

ONLY TIME FOR A QUICK MINUTE? 

 

SEE COUNCILMAN DIVIRGILIO'S

 'MEETINGS IN A MINUTE' ON YouTube.

 

City Council & All Commission meeting media clips are arranged by date, with the most recent at the top of the list. Click Video to view the meeting with documents, or Agenda / Minutes to see just the documents. You can also search the archives by typing keywords into the Search box.

 

Hermosa Beach City Council and All Commission AGENDA'S, MINUTES AND VIDEO

 

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FOCUS ON SENIORS 

FANNY PACK EMERGENCY KIT 
 

Hermosa Beach Neighborhood Watch and the newly established Hermosa Beach Emergency Preparedness Advisory Commission applied for and received a Micro Enrichment Grant from the Beach Cities Health District. The grant will be used to purchase and distribute 138 Disaster Supply Fanny Packs to disabled and/or homebound seniors residing in Hermosa Beach.    

To receive a kit, please contact tracy@saferhermosabeach.com or call 310-374-1828.

 

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PHONE NUMBERS

WEBSITES

 

HBPD - HBFD DISPATCH

310-524-2750

 

HB POLICE STATION

310-318-0360

 

HB FIRE STATION

310-376-2479

 

CITY OF HB

310-318-0239

 

LAX NOISE COMPLAINTS

 

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CONTACT US

 

Kelly Kovac-Reedy

 

Tracy Hopkins

 

HBNW phone:

310-374-1828

 

Visit HBNW website 

 

 

HBNW Facebook Page

 

 

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