WEST HOLLYWOOD—On Wednesday, November 11 at 11 a.m. the City of West Hollywood will host its annual Veterans Day Ceremony at Sal Guarriello Veteran’s Memorial located at the corner of Santa Monica Boulevard and Holloway Drive.
If it does rain on the day of the ceremony, the event will be moved to West Hollywood City Hall, which is located at 8300 Santa Monica Boulevard with parking available at the Kings Road Parking Structure on 8383 Santa Monica Boulevard.
The ceremony will honor members of the United States Armed Forces who have served and continue to serve the country and will further concentrate on the theme of ending homelessness for veterans, according to a press release from the City of West Hollywood.
Members of the West Hollywood City Council will participate in the Veterans Day Ceremony, along with Congressmember Adam Schiff, who will give a short presentation. Yesvey Epshteyn, whose military career involved his participation in the liberation of several cities in Europe, will also speak at the ceremony on behalf of the Russian Veterans Association.
Director of Veteran Services of PATH (People Assisting The Homeless) Jonathan Castillo, will be the ceremony’s main speaker. Castillo has directed administrative and management roles for the Veterans programs at PATH since March 2014. PATH is known as a “family of agencies working together to end homelessness for individuals, families, and communities.”
Parking regulation in West Hollywood during Veterans Day will not be enforced for parking meters, peak hour towing restrictions, and street sweeping. Enforcement of parking regulations will resume on Thursday, November 12.
Permit parking and all other parking regulations will be enforced on November 11. Visitor permits will be available on November 11 at the Kings Road Parking Structure and West Hollywood Sheriff’s Station.
For additional information about the City of West Hollywood’s Veterans Day Ceremony contact Chris Worland at (323) 848-6511. For those who are deaf or hearing impaired, please call TTY (323) 848-6496.