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.
Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), like a number of larger and older airports in the country, was not originally designed for the pedestrian experience, whether the pedestrian is a visitor or one of the thousands of employees who keep people and goods moving. Today, pedestrians find it challenging simply to navigate around the airport.
Have you ever wondered how your local restaurant, a nearby apartment building, or a housing development got the green light?
The Department’s Planning 101 training provides a basic overview of how projects get the City’s approval.