The 3-1-1 Call Center provides a way to get connected to a wide variety of non-emergency City services and general information. Some of the most popular City services can be requested directly through the 3-1-1 Call Center. These include bulky item pickup requests, inspection requests, graffiti ... (see full description)
The Section 8 Application List was closed in October 2004; it is not known when the waiting list will be re-opened. When the Housing Authority re-opens the waiting list, it will be advertised in various media, such as radio and newspaper. IT IS IMPORTANT TO REMEMBER THAT THERE IS NO FEE OR PAYMENT ... (see full description)
Search the City Clerk's online database of City contracts. These contracts have been submitted by departments to the City Clerk's office for recording and filing.
Agendas describe the items to be discussed at Council or Council Committee meetings, including notices of scheduled public hearings and recommended legislative actions. Agendas are available on the City Clerk's website, the City's main website or at LACouncilCalendar.com.
Video of City Council meetings are available to the public to watch online both live and on-demand. These videos can be accessed from the City's official website, Lacity.org, or the City government cable website TV station, www.lacityview.org. You can search through archived videos to find topics or ... (see full description)
The City Charter, Municipal Code, Adminstrative Code, and Ordinances are available on the City Clerk's website or the City's main website. Access the City Clerk's Ordinance Search system via the web.
LADWP is replacing a 60-inch water pipeline under Coldwater Canyon Ave. as part of its ongoing City Trunk Line replacement project. The next construction phase will require the full closure of Coldwater Canyon Ave., between Ventura Blvd. and Mulholland Drive, in order to complete the work as quickly ... (see full description)
Firms or individuals interested in contracting opportunities with the City of Los Angeles should sign up at www.labavn.org - "Los Angeles Business Assistance Virtual Network (BAVN)".
The Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles owns and manages 14 large family public housing developments throughout Los Angeles and 2 additional sites are under private ownership/management. Stretching from San Pedro to San Fernando Valley and from Mar Vista to East Los Angeles, there are also ... (see full description)