Are you registered to vote? Are you familiar with how to register and vote in this year’s Presidential and Local Elections? If not, this event is for you.Read More
?On May 7, the Los Angeles Police Department will host its annual citywide gun buyback initiative to remove dangerous firearms from our streets in an effort to curb gun violence.Read More
?In true LA fashion, the city’s web portal just got a facelift. The new design, which features easy-access to city services like 3-1-1, the city’s jobs portal, tourism information, news and updates, and more, was unveiled earlier this week.Read More
The Governor also signed a bill which groups vaping into the same category— and thus restrictions— as traditional tobacco products.Read More
To help out the unfortunate drivers who’ve gotten tickets, LA Superior Court has added five new traffic ticket payment machines at courthouse locations throughout the county, so that if someone has to pay a ticket, they can at least avoid having to physically go into a courthouse to do it.Read More
?Los Angeles animal shelters’ save rates have reached unprecedented levels, but hundreds of animals have already been put down this year.Read More
Mayor Eric Garcetti, artist Shepard Fairey, City Librarian John F. Szabo and L.A. Cultural Affairs General Manager Danielle Brazell were joined by students from the Downtown Magnets High School for the unveiling of L.A.’s first limited-edition, artist-designed library card today at the Central Library. The card launch concludes the library’s celebration of National Library Week.Read More
The Mayor’s proposed City Budget has been released and will be reviewed by the City Council’s Budget and Finance Committee during intensive hearings that begin on Wednesday, April 27th at 9 a.m. in the City Council chambers in City Hall.Read More
?The Los Angeles City Council voted 12-0 to make permanent a temporary ban on the pet store sale of commercially bred cats, dogs and rabbits.Read More
?LA Residents who may be uninsured or under-insured can get the medical help they need – even surgery – next week. (April 27-29)
Free medical and dental services will be available next week at the Los Angeles Convention Center for uninsured and under-insured residents.
Los Angeles continues to earn its reputation for smog, but air pollution dropped to the lowest level in 17 years of monitoring.
The Los Angeles-Long Beach metropolitan area continues to have the worst ozone pollution in the nation, but the area has seen marked improvement in short-term and annual particle pollution, showing its best readings in 17 years, according to a report released today by the American Lung Association.
Re:code L.A. is holding a forum in Northridge Wednesday evening from 6:00 pm to 9:00pm to talk with the community about the city’s $5 million, five-year effort to update its outdated zoning code.
I know. That announcement did not set you on fire. Believe me, I get it.
Neighborhoods in the San Fernando Valley, Hollywood, and the Westside will feel the biggest impact from Los Angeles’ new law requiring the retrofitting of wood-frame apartment buildings to better withstand a major earthquake, according to a Times data analysis.Read More
Today, I will be giving my third State of the City Address as your Mayor.Read More
Thank you to our Pacoima stakeholders who came out and supported us by voting last week! We are proud to serve you. Here are the Official Pacoima Neighborhood Council Election Results:Read More
LA Sanitation is offering free bulky item drop off events to help keep Los Angeles clean.
April 16, May 28, June 18
8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.