Do you have concerns about community safety? Mayor Karen Bass wants to hear from you. Please complete this survey to share your thoughts about ways to improve safety in the City of Los Angeles. Your input will help the City improve services and expand safety programs.
This survey is limited to residents of the City of Los Angeles.
Since Sunday 2/4, StreetsLA has received over 2,000 service requests related to potholes, with more than half of those requests coming in since Thursday.
Hundreds of locations have been addressed already, and crews will continue their diligent and efficient work to make repairs as quickly as possible.
Report potholes to 3-1-1 or through the MyLA311 app.
The County and City of Los Angeles are working together on community engagement efforts for their Urban Forest Management Plans (UFMPs). A UFMP creates a community-wide vision for the future of trees in our community and includes recommendations for how we take care of trees and grow our neighborhood forest. Please join us at a workshop near you.
Next: Feb. 21 @ 5 pm at Pacoima Beautiful
The field organizer will advocate for responsible recreation and equitable conservation of the San Gabriel Mountains by highlighting the need for a national monument expansion, better land management, and increased resources for improved visitor services. Community organizing will look like growing grassroots recruitment in communities across L.A. and San Gabriel Mountains foothills within the Angeles Chapter, while strengthening collaboration with the coalition partners.
Last week Mayor Bass released information to assist renter households impacted by the February 1 deadline to repay owed rent between October 1, 2021, and January 31, 2023, as well as the rent increase of 4%, and up to 6% if the property owner pays utilities, for housing units under the Rent Stabilization Ordinance (RSO).
The City encourages renters not to self-evict without receiving advice.
Learn more about support services HERE