The 2022 LA Marathon returns this Sunday, March 20th. Please be advised that the route starts at Dodger Stadium and the finish line is in Century City. Street closures will begin as early as 2:00 a.m. the night before, so expect delays and congestion in and around the event area. In addition, Metro bus riders […]
Looking to save on your natural gas bill? The SoCal Gas CARE program could help you save up to 20% on your monthly gas bill. The simple online application takes only a few minutes and does not require any additional documentation. After submitting your application, you will immediately know if you qualify. If you have […]
Need help with your LADWP bill? EZ-SAVE Program, formerly the Low-Income Discount Program, helps low-income Angelenos save on their water, power, and sewer bills. No proof of income documents are required to apply. Receive a bill discount, access to other assistance programs, and long-term payment arrangements. Click here to apply today!
The L.A. Zoo is hosting 10-week paid internships for college students from over-excluded identities in the zoo and conservation fields. Interns will work directly with industry professionals on real-world projects, summarize their practical knowledge, and present their experience at the conclusion at the end of their internship. This opportunity will allow students to jump-start their […]
If you are a landlord or tenant and need financial assistance with unpaid rent or utilities, we encourage you to apply for the CA-COVID-19 Rent Relief Program. Applications will be accepted through March 31, 2022, to pay unpaid rent and/or utilities owed up to March 31, 2022. Income-eligible applicants may qualify regardless of immigration status […]
Could you use an extra $1,000 a month? LA County’s Guaranteed Income Program is launching. Eligible residents who are selected will have a chance to “breathe” easier. Applications start March 31, 2022. For details on eligibility, please visit breathe.lacounty.gov
As many as 2 billion mosquitoes will be released in California to help combat mosquito-borne diseases such as yellow fever, dengue, and Zika. A swarm of 2 billion genetically modified mosquitoes could soon buzz across California to help combat an invasive mosquito species known to spread diseases such as dengue, chikungunya, Zika and yellow fever. […]
Over the last year, CD12 was able to prioritize public safety, support local businesses, and put our neighborhoods first. Click here to download the Year in Review PDF.
The Los Angeles Housing Department (LAHD) has announced that the “Housing is Key” Rent Relief Program will stop accepting applications on March 31st. This program provides free financial assistance to landlords and renters who need help with unpaid rent or utilities due to COVID-19. LAHD urges tenants and landlords to apply before the end of the […]
The Los Angeles City Planning Urban Design Studio invites your participation in their upcoming workshops regarding the Healthy Buildings, Healthy Places program. Since its introduction in 2021, LA City Planning has developed a strategy to implement healthy building and climate-adapted site design through an update to the City’s landscape ordinance. Please join the department for one […]
COVID-19 vaccine verification is now required for customers and onsite employees at indoor portions of bars, wineries breweries, nightclubs, and lounges in the County of Los Angeles. Additionally, in the City of Los Angeles, vaccine verification is needed to enter additional establishments beyond what is required under the County mandate including: Establishments where food or […]
Effective today, LA County has made modifications to masking rules. After hitting a key milestone, the Los Angeles County Health Officer has lifted indoor mask requirements in many places, but federal and state rules continue to require masks for everyone* 2 years of age and older in some locations (see table). Masks are required indoors […]
In response to the Mayor’s Executive Directive No.10: Vision Zero, which committed the City to eliminate fatalities and serious injuries from traffic collisions by 2025, and the Governor’s recent signing of AB43, which allows cities to maintain and enforce existing safe speed limits and roll back speed limit increases that happened several years ago, the […]
Due to staffing shortages, Metro is making temporary service adjustments, effective Sunday, Feb. 20, to many bus and all rail lines in order to provide riders with more reliable and predictable service. While wait times may increase slightly, these adjustments will result in fewer canceled trips. Click here for details regarding affected lines.
LA Optimized is a recently launched program to bridge the digital divide and help small businesses access the assistance they need to succeed in the digital marketplace. In recognition of the setbacks small businesses faced during the pandemic, this program aims to provide the resources, tools, and services necessary to help them remain competitive, grow, […]
From CD12 Councilmember John Lee: Yesterday, the Southern California Gas Company put forward its Angeles Link plan that will create the United States’ largest Green Hydrogen Energy Infrastructure System, which will significantly help end our dependence on the Aliso Canyon natural gas storage facility. Ending the region’s reliance on Aliso Canyon in a responsible manner […]
HAVING A COVID SAFE SUPER BOWL Guidance for Families and Individuals This guide offers ideas on how to reduce your risk of COVID-19 while enjoying a Super Bowl watch party with family and friends. The Super Bowl often means gathering indoors for an extended period of time while eating, drinking, cheering, and shouting. These are […]
Applications for the first-ever LA City Youth Council are now open! This incredible opportunity will allow 30 young adults to serve a one-year term in which they will learn about local government, manage community projects, and make policy and budgetary recommendations to city officials. If you, or someone you know is interested, follow this link […]
Los Angeles Department of Water and Power is offering assistance to customers who may have fallen behind on their utility bills. LADWP will begin applying credits to unpaid residential bills starting this month. In addition, the department is also offering a variety of financial assistance programs including discounts that can make managing your bill easier. Follow the link […]
A universal healthcare bill advanced in the Assembly, but an attached amendment to raise taxes by $163 billion may be a nonstarter. California could become the first state in the nation to enact universal healthcare coverage, but opponents are already questioning how that will be paid for. On Jan. 6, a group of Democratic lawmakers […]