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Youth Employment Program PDF Print E-mail

Be a part of the Youth Employment Program from January 1, 2010 to March 31, 2010!
The Occupational Therapy Training Program is offering 120 hours PAID work experience. This is a great work experience and job training opportunity.

• 18-24 years old and out of school
• Must meet income requirements
• Must live in Bell Gardens, Huntington Park, Lynwood, South Gate, Cudahy, and Maywood
• Eligible to work in the United States
• Must be able to provide required documentation

January 1, 2010 - March 31, 2010
Submit your applications ASAP via fax (310) 323-1570 or online at www.ottp.org (click the resource link and download the application)
Contact Marion Pate, SYEP Coordinator at (310) 323-6887 Ext. 256 or by email at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Homelessness Prevention and Re-housing Program (HPRP) PDF Print E-mail

                                  Recovery.gov / HUD                      

If you are homeless or at the risk of homelessness due to an unexpected financial hardship such as (but not limited to):

  • Job loss
  • Reduction of work hours

You may be eligible for the once-in-a-lifetime Homelessness Prevention and Rapid Re-Housing Program (HPRP) and receive monetary assistance (paid directly to your landlord and/or utility company) for such expenses as:

  • Security deposit
  • Utility turn-on fee
  • Back-due rent and/or utilities (gas/electric only)

If you feel you may benefit from this program, please check if you may qualify for assistance by:

  • Dialing 2-1-1 for more information about HPRP


Click here:  Flyer (PDF)



Si usted se encuentra sin vivienda o esta en riesgo de desalojamineto a consecuencia de una crisis economica no esperada, tal como (pero no limitado a):

  • Perdida de empleo
  • Reduccion en las horas de empleo

Usted pudiera ser elegible para el Programa de Prevencion de Indigencia y Realojamiento Rapido (HPRP) y recibir ayuda monetaria (pagada directamente a su arrendatario o compañia de servicios publicos) para gastos tales como:

  • Deposito de Arrendamiento
  • Pagos de Apertura de Servicios Publicos
  • Pagos para renta atrasada y servicios publicos atrasados (gas/electricidad solamente)

Si usted considera que podria beneficiarse con este programa, pregunte si usted califica para la aistencia:

  • Llamando al 2-1-1 para mas informacion acerca de HPRP


  • Visitando la pagina de Internet de El Centro de Recursos de Vivienda del Condado de Los Angeles en: http://housing.lacounty.gov/HPRP/index.html.ESP
  • (Vea la seccion Progamas del Fondo de Estimulo y seleccione Programas de Prevencin de Indigencia y Realojamiento Rapido)

 Haga Clic Aqui:  Bolante (PDF)



Los Angeles Gateway Authority Catch Basin Insert Project PDF Print E-mail


The City of Maywood is a participant in the Los Angeles Gateway Authority Catch Basin Insert project for the Los Angeles River Watershed.  Funding has been provided by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 and the Clean Water Revolving Fund through an agreement with the State Water Resources Control Board.

A grant was awarded to some of the Southeast cities to install the required NPDES storm drain catch basin inserts from the ARRA stimulus grant monies issued by the Federal Government. The work will take about a year to complete in all of the cities that are involved.



Maywood WiFi PDF Print E-mail
The City of Maywood offers a free WiFi network service to residents, businesses and visitors.  Service is a best efflort service and users must comply with the Acceptable Use Policy upon logging on.  The coverage us highly dependent upon location and proximity to wireless access points along Atlantic Blvd. and Slauson Ave.  Indoor coverage is serverly limited due to the inherent nature of WiFi coverage. You can maximize your connection with an external high gain outdoor antenna.
I-710 Corridor Project PDF Print E-mail
The I-710 Corridor Project EIR/EIS will study 18 miles of the I-710 Freeway between the Ports of Long Beachn and Los Angeles and the Pomona Freeway.  The corridor area encompasses 15 cities including the City of Maywood.  This phase, expected to be completed in 2011 will explore possible improvements to the I-710 corridor, along with the impact of these changes to the enviroment and surrounding communities.  During the Major Corridior Study, intensive public outreach found that improving air quality and reducing public health risks, improve mobility and assess alternative goods movement technoligies were the three key objectives that emerged for the I-710 Cooridor Project EIR/EIS.

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