City of Los Angeles Launches

Do you know of a special place that has architectural, historical, social, or cultural significance in your neighborhood? Visit to share your ideas! is a program of SurveyLA, the citywide Los Angeles Historic Resources Survey project ( is a new and innovative public participation tool that allows you to contribute information about […]

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Putting Teeth into the City’s Barking Dog Ordinance

This week the City Council changed the City’s ordinance regulating nuisance dogs, establishing a new hearing procedure and fine structure. Before, a citation could only be issued for licensed dogs because the citation was attached to the license. The owner first had to be forced to get a license. Under the new code, Animal Control […]

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Operation Pothole Needs You!

Tell Us Where There’s a Pothole The City of Los Angeles Department of Public Works plans to fill an unprecedented 20,000 potholes this weekend, June 4 and 5 — an operation that will involve 75 small asphalt repair crews. Rather than spending precious time seeking out potholes, crews will perform repairs based solely on information […]

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