Here’s how the Venice Beach BID has been working to serve our district in January 2020.
Clean Team data is provided by Chrysalis. Safe Team data is provided by Allied Universal.
1 Includes noise complaints, misuse of bikes and scooters, and public drinking/smoking/urination/defecation.
2 Includes safety escorts, responding to alarms, medical emergency/accident responses, and lost individuals.
VENICE BEACH BID IN THE COMMUNITY
As you know, the VB BID works with LA City and County entities to improve service delivery for our district. The BID tries to align our services to complement rather than overlap City services whenever possible so our district is as clean and safe as it can be. Most recently we’ve coordinated with the Park Rangers to help keep Westminster Park clean and safe. The Venice Bridge Home is scheduled to open on February 25, 2020, and our teams are reaching out to build productive channels of communication. Our goal is to develop strong, working relationships with all of the LA City, County, and nonprofit personnel assigned to our Bridge Home facility. We are also currently working with LA Sanitation to help us conduct enhanced community cleanups within our district, and we’ll be reporting on that activity next month.
Council District (CD) 11 News Update
In case you haven’t heard, we have new faces serving Venice in Mike Bonin’s Westchester Office. Nisa Kove, formerly an elected member of Venice Neighborhood Council, has been announced as our new Venice Field Deputy. Also new to the CD11 team is Tristen Marler, who serves as a Constituent Advocate helping to deliver city services in Venice. And for those of you who don’t know her yet, Allison Wilhite is our Venice Bridge Home Deputy.
Please Call Us!
In an EMERGENCY situation, please call 911 before notifying the VB BID. To request service for non-emergency incidents, call our dispatcher at 310-396-VBID (8243).