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MULTI-DEPARTMENTAL REQUEST: EMD

REQUEST NAME: Neighborhood Council Emergency Preparedness Program

Budget Summary Positions General Fund

Special Fund

Total

$0

$96,709

$96,709

Neighborhood Empowerment Emergency Preparedness Dept. Total:

Reg

Reso

2

0

$96,261

$0

$96,261

2

0

$96,261

$97,709

$192,970

4

0

DESCRIPTION EmpowerLA and EMD are submitting a multi-department request to conduct emergency preparedness outreach to Neighborhood Councils, development of an emergency bin plan, and an emergency communications plan. The following is being requested to implement this plan: Neighborhood Empowerment →→ Positions »» 1 Project Coordinator ($50,513) »» 1 Administrative Clerk ($32,595) →→ Expense »» Contractual Services ($10,000) »» Transportation ($2,100) »» Office and Admin ($1,500) List of Services: →→ Outreach to Neighborhood Councils, the NCEPA and the NCSA for them to submit Jump Start plans for their communities. This service includes presentations to Neighborhood Councils and other community groups about the Jump Start plans and setting up workshops to help community members complete and submit the plans. 50%  →→ Create and implement an emergency bins program in every Neighborhood Council that requests them. This service includes bin purchase, location scouting for installation, determining which supplies are needed in the bins and who has access and ongoing maintenance of the bins. 30%  »» City Charter, Article IV, Section 900 states that the purpose of the Neighborhood Councils is to promote more citizen participation in government and make government more responsive to local needs.  →→ Creating an emergency communications plan for the City that includes the Neighborhood Councils. This services includes oversight of the City’s ham radio services and coordination with the LAFD’s CERT program. 20%       ALIGNMENT WITH PRIORITY OUTCOME(S) Primary Priority Outcome: Ensure our communities are safest in the nation Other Priority Outcomes: Create a more livable and sustainable city; Make Los Angeles the best run big city in America; 

Department of Neighborhood Empowerment 2017-18 Fiscal Year Budget Proposal

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2017-18 Budget Proposal  
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