The City provides the ability for the public to listen to live Council and Council Committee meetings by telephone. This service, called Councilphone, can be accessed by dialing 213-621-CITY(2489), 310-471-CITY(2489), 310-547-CITY(2489), or 818-904-9450. This service is provided and supported by LA ... (see full description)
As part of the Harbor Departments Centennial celebration, in 2007, the Board of Harbor Commissioners authorized the establishment of an archives division to collect and preserve historical materials relating to the history and operation of the Port of Los Angeles. Presently, the Los Angeles Harbor ... (see full description)
Information on press releases, and point of contact for individuals seeking information about the Mayor, events, or for the media outlets.
Volunteer for the City. City staff may request volunteers. Internships for high school and college students. Also, information on how to get tours of City Hall, and special events hosted by the Office of the Mayor.
The Neighborhood Prosecutor Program was created to advance the City Attorney's goal to make Los Angeles safer through crime prevention and effective prosecution of criminals. Neighborhood Prosecutors work closely with community organizations and police officers to identify and address criminal ... (see full description)
The Parcel Profile Report allow easy access and visual displays of the city parcel and zoning information for most parcels within the City of Los Angeles that can be identified by either address or property tax bill number.
Answer questions regarding pension and retirement benefits
Los Angeles City Employees' Retirement System, or LACERS offers a variety of seminars to help you prepare for retirement. Through the Planning for Retirement Seminars and the Lunchtime Lecture Series, you can learn more about your LACERS retirement plan including your retirement benefits, retiree ... (see full description)
This service displays general property information from the Building and Safety Plan Check and Inspection System (PCIS) and the Code Enforcement Information System (CEIS) for a given property address.
The Los Angeles City Employees Retirement System, or LACERS, is a department of the City of Los Angeles, established by City Charter in 1937, to provide a retirement benefits to the civilian employees of the City of Los Angeles, representing three-fifths of the Citys workforce. The remaining ... (see full description)