You can still provide input to the Slauson Corridor Transit Neighborhood Plan by reviewing the concepts and completing the survey.
The City encourages you to get tested if you are wondering if you have COVID-19. We offer a bulletin on contact tracing scams and reopening timeframe.
Help is on the way for households struggling to pay rent and mom-and-pop property owners struggling to pay mortgage amid the economic devastation wrought by the COVID-19 pandemic.
They are a part of the city's (8th district) senior program, providing wholesome, low sodium, low sugar lunches to senior centers and are available for take out.
The Mayor will modify the Safer at Home Order to allow florists, toy stores, music stores, bookstores, clothing and sporting goods stores to offer curbside pickup starting Friday, May 8th.
Changing Prop. 13 will generate a tax bill that will harm small businesses, especially those owned by minorities
For homeowners, small business owners and employers – large and small – Prop. 13 has provided stability, predictability and certainty. This certainty is even more important for the 46 percent of California businesses that are owned by racial minorities including African Americans.
Find out where to get help with funds for undocumented immigrants on EDD, Pandemic Unemployment Assistance, Senior Meals and more.
Check out Mondays with Michelle Obama where she reads a children's story. WideOpenSchool.org offers captivating resources. The Essence Entrepreneurial Summit helps your business.
Get the news on walk up testing, stimulus check status, bike paths, state of the city and more
The Angeleno Card provides direct financial assistance to Angelenos facing extreme economic hardship as a direct result of the COVID-19 crisis. Apply by Thursday, April 16, 4:30pm.