Make Your Voices Heard – Community Surveys

Reynier Village Neighborhood
Reynier Village Neighborhood © 2017 Joseph Martinez

Take part in both of these community surveys and make your voices heard.

Reynier Village Neighborhood Association wants to hear from you. Share your thoughts about RVNA and what you would like our focus to be.

Take RVNA survey now.

Take SORO Survey to help improve Reynier Park

Photos – RVNA Disaster First Aid Class

Reynier Village Neighborhood Association in conjunction with the CERT Neighborhood Team Program ( presented a FREE Disaster First Aid class with Marci Sandell, EMT, CERT last Sunday. M​arci was amazing, as always.

Photos © 2017 Andrew Leavenworth

Free Emergency Preparedness Event

Santa Monica Freeway at La Cienega, January 17, 1994. Photo Courtesy Robert A. Eplett/FEMA

Don’t be caught off guard…

Are you prepared for the injuries that can happen AFTER a disaster? Join us for ​a fun, informative and practical​ presentation by Marci Sandell, EMT, CERT.

TOPIC: ​​ Disaster First Aid

​DATE: Sunday, June ​25, 201​7 (Mark your calendar now)

TIME: ​2​:​3​0 PM (one and a half hours)

PLACE: ​ Reynier Park – 2803 Reynier Ave., L.A. 90034

These skills will save lives following an earthquake, terrorism or active shooter event. This fun and interesting ​class​ will cover many life-saving topics.

For emergency supplies visit the official Red Cross Online Store.


Photos – SoRo Fest 2017

SoRo Fest 2017 :A celebration of the Emerald Blvd. was held on Jun 4, 2017 at 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Celebrating it’s 20th year the South Robertson Community Festival drew many individuals and families from across the city to discover and enjoy the live music stage, tree adoption, and vendor booths highlighting neighborhood businesses, community information and a variety of merchandise. The Kiddies enjoyed Camp SORO Kids Zone with attractions, a rock-climbing wall and free arts and crafts.

The Oz-like theme of this year’s festival was “South Robertson: The Emerald Blvd.” honoring South Robertson Blvd. in its official designation as one of Los Angeles’s “Great Streets.”

Photos © 2017 by Edgardo Perez and Michael Rozales