Residents already know how hot is, but the City wants to make sure that you take care of yourself and that you are aware of the strain such heat brings on the electrical grid.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, City Council members and county supervisors met today with U.S. Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julian Castro to discuss homelessness, hailing the current level of city and county collaboration as unprecedented.
The Beverly Hills Recreation and Parks Commission will conduct a special meeting at 2 p.m. on Tuesday, October 13, to hear public comments regarding the proposed dog park at Foothill Road and Alden Drive.
Animal Activist Tina Sinatra has started a Change.Org petition in favor of the dog park as part of a campaign to show the City Council the groundswell of support for the dog park.
Metro is currently performing utility relocation work for the subway station at La Cienega and Wilshire Boulevards. This work is being conducted under a Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) between the City and Metro that sets certain conditions for how and when the work can proceed.
The Los Angeles City Council tentatively backed a ban today on the practice of auctioning off parking spaces, as part of a move to prevent smartphone apps like MonkeyParking from operating in the city.
The City of Beverly Hills and Sony Pictures celebrated the 25th anniversary of the movie Troop Beverly Hills with a screening at Beverly Canon Garden. Pictured (fom left): Kellie Martin, producer/writer/creator Ava Ostern Fries, Mayor Lili Bosse, Ami Foster and Heather Hopper. After the screening, the audience had a special Q&A with cast members. Girl Scout Troop 215 was on hand.
With President Obama set to arrive in L.A. this afternoon, traffic will be horrendous in a city where congestion already plagues the streets.
Los Angeles City Councilmember Tom LaBonge, Los Angeles City Council President Herb Wesson and Arytza President John Yamin join La Brea Bakery founder Nancy Silverton for the La Brea Bakery Café grand opening celebration last week
On Friday, the City and the BHUSD filed responses to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) lawsuits against the Westside Subway Extension, Metropolitan Transportation Authority and Federal Transit Administration in ancipation of the expected court hearing in March