Scenes From a Pandemic: Part 16

Alive! continues its documentation of City employees as they take a multitude of measures to combat the COVID-19 pandemic. Here are entries from the Club and the City Twitter feeds about City Employees and Club Members at work during this trying time.

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Public Works/Sanitation and Environment
“We’re in #SouthLA this morning, repairing and replacing automated litter bins in #thenewninth with @CurrenDPriceJr. If you come across one that is damaged or overflowing, you can report that from your phone in the #MyLA311 app. #LA #publicworksweek #lacitysan #strongertogether”

— May 18

LAPD/Capt. Gisselle Espinoza

“Walking foot beats in the community is one of my favorite things to do. People who LIVE here LOVE and APPRECIATE their @LAPDHQ officers. They thank us for our presence & we take pride in knowing that we are appreciated & welcomed in their space.
I love my COPS.”

— May 19

Mayor of LA

“During #NationalPublicWorksWeek, our Clean L.A. Jobs program launched with the hard work of newly hired Angelenos who are rising above challenges info full-time pathway jobs in service. Clean L.A. is about more than cleaning – it’s about equity, justice, opportunity & possibility.”

— May 20

LAPD/Central Traffic

“Central Traffic Division Street Racing Team is making our streets safe. @LAPDHQ @LAPDBlackChow @LAPDWoodyard @Labrada @LAPD”

— May 23

Public Works/StreetsLA

“We’re proud to participate at the launch of #LAforALL – a multilingual PSA campaign to encourage the reporting of hate crimes & celebrate diversity, belonging & inclusion in #LA. Learn more: Look for the artwork on bus stops across @LACity @GMsTREEtsLA1H20”

— May 26