Guide to the May 6 LA City Council Meeting + BINGO

When: Wednesday, May 6 at 10:00am Watch the livestream at: https://www.lacity.org/government/follow-meetings/city-council-meetings Agenda: Council Agenda To submit public comment, click on the agenda item number, which takes you to the council file. Then click on the “NEW!” button. To participate in public comment during the meeting, call (669) 900-6833 and use Meeting ID No. 459-499-150, Read more…

Guide to the April 22 LA City Council Meeting

When: Wednesday, April 22 at 10:00am Watch the livestream at: https://www.lacity.org/government/follow-meetings/city-council-meetings Agenda: https://ens.lacity.org/clk/councilagendas/clkcouncilagendas3139951_04222020.html To submit public comment, click on the agenda item number, which takes you to the council file. Then click on the “NEW!” button. To participate in public comment during the meeting, call (669) 900-6833 and use Meeting ID No. 459-499-150, then Read more…

Guide to the March 27th LA City Council Meeting & Bonus Drinking Game

When: Friday, March 27 at 11:00am Watch the livestream at: https://www.lacity.org/government/follow-meetings/city-council-meetings Agenda: https://ens.lacity.org/clk/councilagendas/clkcouncilagendas3139754_03272020.html To submit public comment, click on the agenda item number, which takes you to the council file. Then click on the “NEW!” button. To participate in public comment during the meeting, call (669) 900-6833 and use Meeting Read more…

Rec Center Shelters

In response to the Coronavirus outbreak, the City of LA has opened emergency shelters at Recreation Centers throughout LA. Walk-ups are allowed or you can use transportation provided at pick-up locations. These shelters are open 24 hours, and there is no obligation to stay. √ Pets ok √ Personal belongings Read more…

Counting Homelessness

A report by Ktown for All Each year, the Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count estimates the number of homeless people in Los Angeles. While the Homeless Count numbers are important data for local, state, and federal officials, they’re also a measuring stick used by LA politicians to track their own Read more…