CITY OF LOS ANGELES E-MAIL CONTACTS
Here are some helpful LA city links to help you navigate departments that you may need to contact on a day to day basis.
All phone numbers can be found in the links as well as email addresses and contact forms
If you call 311 from your phone, you will be connected to a city representative who will be able to refer you to city services, departments and individuals who can help.
You can also download the 311 App here:https://www.lacity.org/myla311
BEL AIR BEVERLY CREST NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL:
MAYOR ERIC GARCETTI:
CITY ATTORNEY MIKE FEUER:
CONTROLLER RON GALPERIN
CD4: NITHYA RAMEN:
CD5: PAUL KORETZ
BUILDING AND SAFETY:
BULKY ITEM PICKUP:
BUREAU OF SANITATION:
BUREAU OF STREET LIGHTING:
BUREAU OF STREET SERVICES:
SAFE Centers are available for LA City
residents to properly dispose of household
hazardous and electronic waste
24 HOUR FREE CURBSIDE PICK UP LINE:800-773-2489
Compiled by Maureen Smith
THE LOS ANGELES NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL SYSTEM
Because of the size of Los Angeles, each Los Angeles City Council member represents around 250,000 people. To keep City officials in closer touch with the neighborhoods of the City, Los Angeles adopted a Neighborhood Council system to advise the City Council members of local issues in 1999.
There are 99 separate Neighborhood Councils in the City of Los Angeles. Members of the Neighborhood Council are considered City employees without compensation of any kind. They are formally elected by the public or communities and must live, work or own property in the area they represent.
The Bel Air Beverly Crest Neighborhood Council represents approximately 28,000 people in a beautiful mountain and canyon area of the City of Los Angeles bounded on the west by Sepulveda Boulevard, on the North, Mulholland Drive, on the South by Sunset Boulevard and the East by Laurel Canyon.
View of San Fernando Valley at night, from Mulholland Drive, a Scenic Highway, part of the Bel Air - Beverly Crest Neighborhood Council community
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The Bel Air Beverly Crest Neighborhood Council Community News is produced by the Bel Air Beverly Crest Neighborhood Council Outreach Committee, Robin Greenberg, Chair, Andre Stojka, Editor, with Board members Nickie Minor, Robert Schlesinger, Mindy Mann, Maureen Smith and Travis Longcore
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