Merry Christmas Inglewood Community!!!
What another tremendous year for all of us living in the City of Inglewood. We are truly blessed! As the many achievements continue to occur throughout our City, lets remember to continue to grow stronger as a community. I encourage all of you to participate and give back to our community. Together we are making a difference!
Please remember to celebrate the holidays responsibly. Please do not drink and drive and be cautious when driving during the holidays.
May all of you spend this holiday season with the greatest gift of all – family and friends.
Please note: Street sweeping will not occur on Saturday, December 25, 2021. Street sweeping will resume on Monday, December 27, 2021.
Trash pickup will not occur on Saturday, December 25, 2021, but will resume on Monday, December 27, 2021.
Parking enforcement will not be citing for street sweeping or parking meter infractions on Saturday, December 25, 2021. Enforcement will resume Sunday, December 26, 2021.
Winners Of The Home Decorating Contest!!!
Councilman Alex Padilla’s
District 2 Annual Holiday Home Decorating Contest
This year’s Home Decorating Contest had many excited participants. Interest in the contest extended to every District in the City. However, only District 2 residents were allowed to participate. District 2 residents did a magnificent job decorating their homes. Everyone really got creative with their detailed designs and themes. The Christmas spirit is alive and well and you can see it for yourself by driving by and viewing the winners wonderful creations. See below for our winners.
1st: 428 West Ellis Avenue
2nd: 530 East Brett Street
3rd: 301 East Hazel Street
A special thank you to our community sponsors for donating gift cards as prizes to our winners: Fiesta Marin, Antojitos, Sunday Gravy, Serving Spoon and Carnitas El Artista.
Councilman Alex Padilla’s Annual Toy & Canned Food Drive
On Saturday, December 11th, I hosted my Annual District 2 Toy and Canned Food Drive and I want to thank all the residents and local organizations for making this year’s event a huge success. Together we collected hundreds of toys and canned food. The community’s generous donations have been distributed to local organizations that directly work with our community. Several families experiencing hard times in our District have also benefited from your donations and this is what the holiday season is all about- helping those in need.
I truly enjoyed seeing and talking with everyone this past weekend and I am grateful for the tremendous support. Together we will continue making Inglewood a better community.
If you missed this year’s Toy Drive, click on the image below to view the video of the event. Enjoy!