The City of L.A. has integrated the City's Calendar with Alexa, a digital assistant developed and made popular by the Amazon.
Join the City of Los Angeles in conducting its Assessment of Fair Housing (AFH). The Los Angeles Housing + Community Investment Department and Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles are holding a series of community public meetings to identify fair housing issues and develop strategies to reduce existing barriers.
The Port of Los Angeles has appointed Michael Graychik as its new deputy chief of police. Graychick was sworn in to his new position at today’s Los Angeles Board of Harbor Commissioners meeting.
Small Business Strong is the winner of the 2016 Mayor’s Cup, Mayor Eric Garcetti announced today. The team took top honors for its idea for a traveling small business resource center.
The Los Angeles Housing + Community Investment Department is hosting four public hearings to engage the community and get input during the drafting of the Program Year 43 Housing and Community Development Consolidated Action Plan (Con Plan).
You're Invited to El Grito Hosted by Councilmember Huizar, Featuring Los Tigres Del Norte
Join us, Los Tigres del Norte and Ezequiel Pena for a very special and FREE City of Los Angeles’ El Grito celebration on Friday, September 16th from 5:30 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.
LA Fleet Week is free public event celebrating our nation's armed forces on the LA Waterfront at the Port of Los Angeles, featuring guided ship tours, a STEM expo, military demonstrations, military aircraft flyovers, live entertainment, fireworks, and more, Labor Day Weekend: September 2-5, 2016.
City of Los Angeles’ Diversity in Technology Initiatives. Under the leadership of Mayor Eric Garcetti, the LA Information Technology Agency (ITA) has been delivering a program to improve gender diversity among the city’s technology staff.
City of Los Angeles’ local cable station “LA CityView Channel 35”, run by the Information Technology Agency, won an Emmy for the production of "Music Matters: LA Kids and Their Music"
CURRENT:LA is Los Angeles’ first citywide Public Art Biennial & takes art out of the museum environment and into the diverse neighborhoods of our City where residents live, work, and play.
The story of our Los Angeles Department of Animal Services goes back to the Civil War era of 1863 when the population of the city was rapidly increasing. Read a full history of the department's origins and where it stands today.
The Rules, Elections, Intergovernmental Relations, and Neighborhoods Committee will be hosting a series of hearings for public input. You may find meeting agendas and related documents here.