The Los Angeles County Development Authority invites residents and representatives of service agencies to join a virtual community meeting on Saturday, Nov. 14, from 1 to 2 p.m. to provide input on the county’s 2021-22 Action Plan.
The Action Plan will disperse approximately $33 million in federal housing and community development funds for projects that improve community facilities, streets and sidewalks; provide childcare programs, services for senior citizens and individuals experiencing homelessness; homebuyer assistance and home repair programs; low-interest business loans; and graffiti removal.
The meeting will include a presentation of the Action Plan and grant funding available through the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, as well as a resident survey. Additionally, the meeting will focus on fair housing, homelessness and economic development. Speakers will provide information about rent payment and eviction protection services, the Los Angeles Coordinated Entry System, COVID-19 relief efforts and the Small Business Stabilization Loan Program.
Residents are also encouraged to take an online survey about the Action Plan. The survey and comments will help the county determine how best to allocate resources. The board of supervisors will use the input in determining which activities will be funded. For information, visit yourvoicecounts.lacda.org.
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