Come join the Los Angeles Housing Department at one of our weekly webinars as we provide an overview of the City’s Rent Stabilization Ordinance (RSO) and discuss the current COVID-19 renter protections as the City’s Declaration of the local Emergency will expire on February 1, 2023. The one-hour webinars include a Q&A session.
The one-hour sessions include a Q & A period. Presented by the LAHD’s Rent Stabilization Division staff. Sessions will be held via Zoom. Register to attend.
ENGLISH WEDNESDAY at 6:00 PM Wednesday, January 18th
SPANISH WEDNESDAY at 6:00 PM Wednesday, January 25th
CLICK HERE to sign up to attend a virtual session. Or, call 213-928-9075 to sign up to attend.
SEMINARIOS VIRTUALES EN VIVO EN ENERO para inquilinos
Ordenanza de Estabilización de Alquiler (RSO) y Actualización de Protecciones de Emergencia para Propietarios por el COVID-19
Unase al Departamento de Vivienda de la Ciudad de Los Angeles a uno de nuestros seminarios virtuales semanales dones hablaremos acerca de las protecciones para inquilinos por el COVID-19 ya que la Declaración de Emergencia local de la Ciudad vencerá el 1 de febrero del 2023. El seminario virtual de duración de una hora incluye una sesión de preguntas y respuestas.
Los seminarios virtuales serán presentados por el personal de la División de Estabilización de Alquileres de LAHD. Las sesiones serán vía Zoom. Regístrese para asistir.
MIÉRCOLES a las 6:00 PM miércoles, 18 de enero – Inglés
MIÉRCOLES a las 6:00 PM miércoles, 25 de enero – Español
Get Involved in Your Community – Join the West Adams Neighborhood Council!
Do you want a voice in CITY SERVICES? REDEVELOPMENT of the West Adams Neighborhood? Other LA policies and issues important to you? Join our Neighborhood Council!YOU CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE!
Candidate Filing is open from December 23, 2022 – February 6, 2023.
While Neighborhood Council board members are volunteers, they are public officials elected by the members of their community. Most board members serve two-year terms; a few Neighborhood Councils have four-year terms.
WHO CAN RUN OR VOTE?
Unlike other city, state, or federal elections, voting and being a candidate in Neighborhood Council (NC) elections is open to more than just the residents of a community. Participation is open to those who live, work, or own property or a business within an NC’s boundaries, as well as to “community interest stakeholders,” such as church members, local students (or parents of students), or members of local service organizations.
Candidates and voters need not be US citizens or legal residents to qualify. Participation is also open to the formerly incarcerated. The minimum age to vote is 16; the minimum age to run for most NC seats is 18, except for Youth Seat candidates, who may be between the ages of 14-17.