Councilmember Huizar’s Planning Committee approved the Permanent Supportive Housing Ordinance, which aims to streamline production of homeless housing units in the City, as well the Motel Conversion Ordinance to streamline converting existing motels into supportive or transitional housing – both actions part of City’s 2016 Homelessness Strategy Plan will now move forward to City Council for approval.Read more
Council approves motion by Councilmember Huizar calling for a triage-like response in Skid Row, with temporary, emergency trailers with services to house the more than 2,000 unsheltered homeless.Read more
Read what we've been up to in January/February 2018Read more
Councilmember Huizar issues legislation Friday, February 9, calling for a major shift and triage-like response to immediately assist Skid Row homeless get into temporary housing.Read more
Funds generated from sponsorships and individual donations will benefit the City, County, Community (C3) intensive homeless outreach program.Read more
Councilmember Huizar partners with LADOT on complete streets project on two major DTLA thoroughfares that will better organize the streets while improving safety and comfort for all – work now underway on Spring St. after public input on final design.Read more
Huizar Introduces Motion Providing Temporary Shelter for those Experiencing Homelessness in Downtown LA
Emergency Shelter will house 60 individuals and provide beds, storage, hygiene facilities and supportive services
As we jump into 2018, I look forward to reaching new goals and accomplishments in Council District 14 and the City of Los Angeles on your behalf. While we’re focused on this New Year and the work it brings, let's take a moment to reflect on the progress we made last year.
The Los Angeles City Council voted unanimously Wednesday to support a Linkage Fee affordable housing ordinance, which will generate about $104 million annually through commercial and housing development fees to provide a consistent funding source to address the City’s affordable housing crisis.
The City’s Economic Development Committee approved The Peebles Corporation, MacFarlane Partners & Claridge Properties (Angel’s Landing Partners, LLC) as developer team for Angel’s Landing development adjacent to Angel’s Flight in Downtown’s Bunker Hill - site was state-owned and slated for development – City given permission to oversee proposals.