With its wonderful mix of historic buildings, boutiques, theaters, galleries and restaurants, Downtown Culver City has long been one of Southern California’s most charming neighborhoods. Now, the area has been reconfigured to ensure that it is also one of the safest and most successful, both during the pandemic and after. With indoor restaurants shuttered, many cities and neighborhoods have temporarily extended patio dining to sidewalks and parking areas. Culver City’s Downtown Business Association has taken it one step further, implementing permanent changes that have not only increased safety, but have dramatically improved the area’s thriving scene. According to DBA president Darrel Menthe, as soon as…
Press Release From LA County Brief: Los Angeles, CA (Friday May 29, 2020) The State has approved recent measures proposed by LA County to reopen hair salons, barbershops and in-person dining as long as physical distancing and other health requirements are met. This milestone places LA in the advanced stage of phase 2 for reopening. See the full press release below!
Press Release From LA County Economic Task Force Brief: Los Angeles, CA (Tuesday, May 19, 2020)--L.A. County’s Economic Resiliency Task Force is developing fast-track plans for economic July 4 reopening and recovery, as industry work groupsㅡin diverse areas ranging from bioscience, hospitality and education to sports, entertainment and the artsㅡforge ahead with concrete proposals for resuming operations safely.
Press Release From LA County Second Supervisor District Brief: In the Second District, $1 million has been allocated to provide tenants with up to $1,000 towards their monthly rent for up to three months. LA County has contracted with the nonprofit St. Joseph Center and HOPICS to administer the program.
Press Release From LA County Parks & Recreation Department - May 2020 Brief: Parks, trail, and golf courses to reopen as a part of the first phase in returning to normal. See the full release and lineup below!
LOS ANGELES (Tues., May 5, 2020) – Temperatures in parts of Los Angeles County are expected to rise into the 90s midweek. As a result, several public facilities located throughout the County will open and serve as Emergency Cooling Centers on Wednesday and Thursday of this week. These centers provide members of the public who lack air-conditioning at home with relief from the heat, free of charge. All centers will be open from 12:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m, and will operate in compliance with physical distancing and other safety criteria from the current Health Officer Order. Currently, a total of 8…