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Neighborhood Notices

 Moving Your Car Every Week For Street Cleaning?

You don't need to do that!  The city went on a bi-weekly schedule for street sweeping last February.  To find out if your street is being swept by receiving a 24 and 48 hour email notice, go to  and fill in the notice enrollment form on the right side of the page.  Stop emptying one side of the street every week for no reason.

We have important information from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health for people at risk of serious illness from Covid-19.

If you test positive for Covid-19


There is free medicine that can significantly reduce your chance of severe sickness/hospitalization if you are at high risk. Medication must be started within 5 days of getting symptoms. This is important info to know and share with family and friends. Either at home or lab tests are accepted as proof that you’re positive.


Where can I learn more and get the free Covid-19 medicine?

  • Call the free Los Angeles County Public Health Call Center at 1-833-540-0473 to see if you’re eligible. You do not need health insurance to get this free medicine through the call center. Medication can be delivered the next day to you or picked up at a local pharmacy. The call center is open seven days a week from 8:00am - 8:30pm.

  • For information on getting Covid-19 medications visit Resources are available in many languages.

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City Planning recently hosted two workshops to present an overview of the findings and recommendations outlined in the Mills Act Historical Property Contract Program assessment report prepared by an outside consultant. The City commissioned the comprehensive assessment to consider the future of the Mills Act program and analyze its sustainability, fiscal impact, management needs, and equity outcomes. The program assessment will inform policy recommendations from City Planning to the City Council on options to improve the administration of the program, expand participation in communities with historic disinvestment, and increase capacity for new Mills Act applications. The full report is available online.

Feedback can be provided via the online form, or e-mailed to

There will also be additional meetings and opportunities to participate as City Planning moves forward with policy recommendations.



The Mills Act Historical Property Contract Program has served as Los Angeles's primary financial incentive for historic preservation since 1996, offering property tax savings for owners who invest in the rehabilitation and restoration of historic buildings.

Questions: Contact the Office of Historic Resources at (213) 847-3676 or

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