The City of Los Angeles might grow quickly, but the Department of City Planning grows even faster!
Due to the recent uptick in the size of the department’s staff, several units have made an exciting move to Figueroa Plaza. The move frees up space in City Hall to accommodate space all the additional new staff members.
The Office of Historic Resources (OHR), the Historic Preservation Overlay Zones Office, the Urban Design Studio, and Major Projects have made the move.
The OHR was first, taking the trip east to 221 N. Figueroa St., Suite 1350, on April 9. Major Projects and Urban Design joined them on the same floor, with additional staff on the 14th floor.
The OHR is now in the same complex as the City’s Development Services Center, which helps us group more of the department’s public-facing functions together.
As a heads-up, all email addresses stay the same, but phone numbers have changed! Find the new numbers here. It’s a new building and a new environment, but with the same great employees doing the work they know best. We hope to see you soon!