Long Beach social media
Councilwoman Suzie Price invites the public to a free family workshop exploring all aspects of social media, specifically, cyber bullying and internet safety on Saturday October 24, from 9 AM – 12 PM at California State University, Long Beach, CBA building, Room 140.
The Long Beach Health Department has received a national award for using social media to engage its community partners and staff, and has been selected to present its social media strategies during a national public health convention later this year.
Based on preliminary crime data, Long Beach ended 2013 poised to achieve the lowest number of reported violent crimes in 41 years. When compared to 2012, the 2013 violent crime statistics reflect a decrease of over 13.5%. Property crime statistics also showed an 8.5% decrease.
Thanks to the support received from Keesal, Young and Logan and several of its technology partners, the Arts Council for Long Beach launched a new and improved Artist Registry. The registry (database), originally developed as a project of the Leadership Long Beach Class of 2009, is a free online resource designed as a comprehensive and inclusive list of artists and arts organizations serving Long Beach, California.
In planning for emergencies, it is important for every household and each individual to consider what they will need and assemble their Emergency Supply Kits.
EverythingLongBeach recently spoke with Heather Crow Nelson, Social Media Consultant of Tech Mom Solutions, via email. They talked about inspirations, challenges and what’s it’s like having a business in All of LB, Lakewood, & So Cal.
Winners of the Summer Shutters photo contest will be showcased at First Fridays in August.
Time again to grab your digital cameras and phones and help capture all the beauty, nuances, and charm of Bixby Knolls, California Heights, Virginia Country Club and Los Cerritos neighborhoods.
The Downtown Residential Council (DRC) is sponsoring the First Annual Leadership Retreat on June 15th. The free program will feature sessions designed to help residents build and develop more effective neighborhood associations.
Neighborhood tools help residents stay connected at the Inside District 9 website.
Ninth District Residents now have a new way to become more active in their community and keep up to date with current events by using a new online social action hub; www.insidedistrict9.com.
The City of Long Beach main Facebook Page reached a significant milestone last week when the 10,000th person “liked” the page.
“The City of Long Beach actively engages with thousands of residents through social media,” said Mayor Bob Foster.