In accordance with the mayoral directive, the Los Angeles Department of City Planning is joining with health, food and other government workers to assist with Los Angeles’s response to current conditions and help prepare for upcoming shifts in the economy.
In a statement, the department said City Planning, which addresses the city’s housing and job needs, is crucial to Angelenos. In these difficult times, the department is continuing to support the economic growth of Los Angeles by providing employment opportunities for communities through building, construction and other counter services that are offered to residents and small businesses alike.
To contribute to a general sense of stability and normalcy, City Planning is still accepting appointments at the Metro/Downtown and Van Nuys Development services centers.
To maintain a safe space that supports social distancing, City Planning will be open by appointment only. Appointments may be requested through the department’s online portal. With the exception of project appeal applications, walk-ins will not be accepted at the Metro/Downtown and Van Nuys DSCs.
The services at the West Los Angeles DSC have been temporarily modified. At present, the West Los Angeles DSC is only processing administrative clearances, appeals and referrals by the Department of Building & Safety. While staff is available to answer phone calls and respond to emails, most of the West Los Angeles DSC staff has been reassigned to support other critical city functions.
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