Community Resources

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City of Los Angeles
The official web site of the City of Los Angeles. Information on department and mayoral projects and initiatives. Listen to public meetings by phone: 310-471-CITY (2489) or 213-621-CITY (2489)

Council File Management System Search for Council Files

Council File Tracking Matrix for Neighborhood Councils

Citywide Services Directory MyLA311

MyLA311 App Connect to city services by iPhone or Android

Los Angeles Fire Department
Statewide emergency bulletins, emergency preparedness information.

Los Angeles County Online
The official web site for Los Angeles County. Access to county resources, projects and news.
County of Los Angeles Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk
General Election Information

Subscribe to City Agendas
Access to LA government agenda and meeting information. Agendas and other pertinent information are e-mailed directly to anyone who asks to receive them.


Los Angeles Police Department
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Non-Emergency Information Line 1-877-275-5273 1-877-ASK-LAPD
Pacific Division (Front Desk) 310-482-6334

LAPD Senior Lead Officers
SLO SOPHIA CASTANEDA (West of Sepulveda) 310-622-3978;
SLO LUIS PINELL (East of Sepulveda) 310-622-3976;
SLO JAVIER RAMIREZ (Playa Vista) 310-622-3971;

LAX Police Department
LAX Police Department – Emergency 310-646-7911
LAX Police Department (Front Desk) 424-646-6100

LAUSD School Police
24 hour Dispatch – Communications 213-625-6631
Safe Passages – Request for Traffic Services 213-202-4520

Los Angeles City Attorney Neighborhood Prosecutor
Claudia Martin 310-202-3824

Neighborhood Watch Signs
WPDR Neighborhood Watch on Facebook

Crime Reports

Los Angeles Fire Department Emergency? Call 911

Los Angeles Fire Department Station 5 213-485-6205
Los Angeles Fire Department Station 67 310-862-2844

Neighborhood Resources

Nextdoor is the free private social network for your neighborhood
Tips to Keep your Neighborhood Livable Good Neighbors Document
Westchester Streetscape
Westchester/Playa del Rey Community Plan


Los Angeles Mayors Office
Mayor Eric Garcetti (213) 978-0600
Councilman Mike Bonin (213) 473-7011
Chad Molnar, Chief of Staff (213) 473-7011
Hannah Levien, Field Deputy (310) 568-8772

Neighborhood Council Resources

Department of Neighborhood Empowerment (DONE)
Resources for Los Angeles Neighborhood Councils. Promotes public participation in government to make government more responsive to local needs by creating, nurturing, and supporting a city wide system of grass-roots, independent, and participatory neighborhood councils.

Neighborhood Council Funding Program Details

Neighborhood Council Funding Dashboard Research spending by Council

LA Citywide Alliance of Neighborhood Councils

City Departments

Create LADOT Service Request
Sidewalk Repair Program

Los Angeles Department of Parks and Recreation Parks Department Web Site
Residential and Out of Town Camping
Swimming Pools
Senior Centers
Recreation Centers

City Services & Parks Map
Navigate LA Navigate LA Home Page
Los Angeles Municipal Code View municipal code
Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) LADWP Web Site
Los Angeles Early Notification System (ENS) Early Notification System
Los Angeles Planning Department Planning Department Web Site
Los Angeles Department of Transportation LADOT Web Site
Los Angeles Department of Transportation Service Request Form LADOT Online Services Request
Department of Building and Safety Building and Safety Website
Los Angeles Bureau of Sanitation Bureau of Sanitation Web Site
Los Angeles Bureau of Street Lighting Bureau of Street Lighting Web Site
Parking Enforcement (310) 312-3500
Abandoned Vehicles (800) 222-6366
Code Enforcement Code Enforcement Web Site
Report LAX Noise 424-64 NOISE


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City of Los Angeles
County of Los Angeles
LA Citywide Alliance of Neighborhood Councils
County of Los Angeles Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk
General Election Information