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About Us

Traditionally, the Los Angeles County Development Authority has offered an annual Community Meeting and Resource Fair for Los Angeles County residents. With the restrictions imposed by the County as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, this year the LACDA is making information available to you online.

During the virtual meeting, you will:

Valuable Information

Receive valuable information and resources from numerous County Departments and other agencies.

Resident Survey Presentation

View a presentation on the Resident Survey that allows you to help prioritize the services needed in your community.

Survey Results and Draft Action Plan


Please click on the link below to see the results from residents within your Supervisorial District.


If you are not sure about the Supervisorial District where you live, click here to determine your District.


In addition, the Draft Action Plan, which will include the activities proposed to be funded for Fiscal Year 2021-2022, will be made available for public comment in late April.


Please continue to check back here for updates. Thanks again for expressing your needs and your continued participation in the planning process.


Resources

The following agencies are happy to share information on the valuable programs currently available. Feel free to contact any of the partners directly for additional information.

LACDA

Do You Know About Fair Housing, Addressing Homelessness, and Economic Development at the LACDA!
If you missed the virtual Community Meeting held in November 2020, here’s another chance to hear from our speakers on some great programs. You can view the meeting by clicking below (subtitled).

English (Since it’s a recording, comments or questions cannot be submitted.)
Spanish (Dado que se trata de una grabación, los comentarios o preguntas no se pueden enviar.)
Chinese (由於是錄音,因此無法提交評論或問題。)



Los Angeles County

Thank you to the following agencies for their participation in the 2020 Community Meeting

and the valuable resources they provided for the residents of Los Angeles County.

27%

of California's Population

65%

of the County is Unincorporated

1 Million

People In Unincorporated Areas

5

Supervisorial Districts