Need help finding resources in our neighborhood? Start here!
OUR ELECTED OFFICIALS
WHICH COUNCIL DISTRICT ARE YOU IN?
Click below to find out.
Our elected City Council Members are a great place to start for all City-related inquiries. They, along with their staff, know the ins-and-outs of the City, and if they can't help you, they probably know the person who can!
District 6 - Councilwoman Dr. Suely Saro
, (562) 570-6816
Chief of Staff - Chork Nim,
District 7 - Councilman Roberto Uranga
, (562) 570-7777
Chief of Staff - Celina Luna,
LONG BEACH POLICE DEPARTMENT
Have a concern about crime in our neighborhood? Let the police department know. Long Beach's Police Department is data-based, so the more calls they receive regarding a particular issue or area, the more resources they can devote to it. Of course, if it's an emergency, call 911.
FILE A POLICE REPORT ONLINE
To report minor crimes,
click the button below.
Officer Janie Cozine
Long Beach Police Non-Emergency Number: (562) 435-6711
Use this number to report non-emergencies (fireworks, speeding cars, etc)
and to file police reports over the phone.
Long Beach Police - West Division:
Use this email to discuss crime and public safety concerns in our general area.
Our Community Liaison - Officer Janie Cozine: (562) 570-3462,
Officer Cozine is our Patrol Resource Officer, who handles ongoing crime and public safety issues in our neighborhood. Reach out to her to discuss specific problems and for follow-up on previously reported crimes.
GO Long Beach App
It's never been easier to report issues like dumped trash, graffiti, potholes, and more! Just download the GO Long Beach App on your smartphone, take a picture, and send the request in. Download the GO Long Beach app by clicking one of the links below.
WRIGLEY CLEAN TEAM
Wrigley Clean Team is a grassroots group of people who want to see the Wrigley neighborhood sparkle, founded with the help of an NPP grant in 2014. They host regular regular cleanups along our busiest corridors and help to keep Wrigley beautiful. Follow them on Facebook or shoot them an email at to find out how to get involved!
WRIGLEY IS GOING GREEN!
Wrigley is Going Green! (WiGG) is a grassroots environmental organization created by neighbors who were concerned with the high level of air pollution in our community. Their mission is to plant and nurture new trees as well as to save mature trees in our neighborhood and beyond. As we all know, Wrigley is proud of the amount of trees in our neighborhood, and we have this group to thank for maintaining and growing our tree population. Reach out to them at to learn about the next tree-planting event, or to request help with street trees near you.
WRIGLEY FOOD TEAM
Here in Wrigley, we are always looking out for each other. So, when times get tough and money gets tight, Wrigley Food Team is there to help provide food and other groceries to neighbors in need. Want to get involved, or need some food and groceries? Call or email Bill White at (562) 400-3934, , and make sure to join their group on Facebook for updates.
WRIGLEY NEIGHBORHOOD GROUP ON FACEBOOK
Want to know the latest and greatest on what's happening in our neighborhood? Then join the Wrigley Neighborhood Group on Facebook. On it, you'll find a message board full of content from neighbors, business owners, and public officials alike. Find like-minded neighbors and join the conversation by clicking the button below and joining the Facebook group.
BUY NOTHING WRIGLEY/WESTSIDE ON FACEBOOK
Like free stuff? Have something you need to get rid of, but think someone else could use it? Then this Facebook group is for you. The Buy Nothing project has come to Wrigley, and it hosts a marketplace of free items on Facebook. The only rules are that you have to live in Wrigley/Westside Long Beach, and everything given or received MUST be free. No money can be exchanged, and you cannot offer items for trade. It's all free! Click the button below to request to join the group.
LONG BEACH SUSTAINABILITY DEPARTMENT
Did you know you can get a free fruit tree for your front yard, or a street tree near your sidewalk? How about a free electric car charger, or a bunch of free local mulch, delivered directly to you? If any of those things interest you, check out the Long Beach Department of Sustainability's website below. They are always giving away free stuff, and incentivizing all of us to live a more sustainable lifestyle!
LONG BEACH LAWN TO GARDEN PROGRAM
Have you ever walked through our neighborhood and marveled at a neighbor's front garden? Well chances are they got paid to change out their front lawn for a garden, and you can too! Enroll in Long Beach's famous Lawn to Garden program, and you can not only get paid to swap your grass for a garden, you can even use the money to pay for someone else to do the designing and planting for you. Apply today!