• (213) 974-1234 GENERAL INFO

Posts By :

Roberto Muniz

acc-logo
Pet License Amnesty Period Almost Over 608 188 COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES

Pet License Amnesty Period Almost Over

The Los Angeles County Department of Animal Care and Control would like to remind residents within unincorporated county areas and participating contracted cities that the pet license amnesty period is almost over. read more
lac-usc-medical-center-logo
LAC+USC Medical Center Program Highlighted in Excellence and Innovation in Care 2022 Gage Awards 569 92 COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES

LAC+USC Medical Center Program Highlighted in Excellence and Innovation in Care 2022 Gage Awards

An initiative at LAC+USC Medical Center to decrease patient falls in and acute-care medical surgical jail ward is featured in a new illustrated guide of a dozen programs recognized earlier this year with national awards for quality, population health, and COVID-19 care. read more
parks-banner-graphic-original-original_original
Pico Canyon Park Temporarily Closed 600 75 COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES

Pico Canyon Park Temporarily Closed

The Los Angeles County Department of Parks and Recreation has taken immediate action to temporarily close Pico Canyon Park, located in Stevenson Ranch, CA., until further notice after an aggressive mountain lion was seen in the area. read more
A woman speaks to the camera after signing her lease at a new home.
Lease signing day for former foster youth 1024 576 COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES

Lease signing day for former foster youth

Thanks to the efforts of LACDA, Larava Patton and her baby now have a roof over their heads.

read more
letterhead2022-header_crop
Los Angeles County Begins Mailing Sample Ballots for the 2022 General Election 600 145 COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES

Los Angeles County Begins Mailing Sample Ballots for the 2022 General Election

The Los Angeles County Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk (RR/CC) begins mailing Sample Ballots to all registered voters for the 2022 General Election. read more
parks-banner-graphic-original-original_original
Register Now For L.A. County Parks’ ‘I Matter: Girls Empowerment Conference’ 600 75 COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES

Register Now For L.A. County Parks’ ‘I Matter: Girls Empowerment Conference’

L.A. County Parks is encouraging young girls across the Southland to join together and learn how to turn their dreams into reality, receive wisdom from successful women innovators, connect with their peers, and exercise their girl power with a rollicking dance party, during the 8th annual “I Matter: Girls Empowerment Conference” on Saturday, Oct. 1.  read more
military-and-veteran-affairs-logo
LA County Launches Pilot Program to Reduce Veteran Suicide 1000 171 COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES

LA County Launches Pilot Program to Reduce Veteran Suicide

On Thursday, September 29, Los Angeles County will officially launch the Veteran Suicide Review Team (VSRT), a collaborative between City, County, federal and private agencies to reduce veteran suicide in LA County. read more
public-health-news-release-logo
Public Health Aligns with Updated Masking Guidance from State 600 117 COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES

Public Health Aligns with Updated Masking Guidance from State

The Los Angeles County Department of Public Health will be aligning with the changes to the state health officer order that allow correctional facilities and shelters to make masks optional when the county’s CDC COVID-19 Community Level is low, provided that there have been no recent outbreaks in the facility. read more
office-of-immigrant-affairs-logo
Los Angeles County Office of Immigrant Affairs Elevates Community Education Campaign to Address New ‘Public Charge’ Rule Change 672 297 COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES

Los Angeles County Office of Immigrant Affairs Elevates Community Education Campaign to Address New ‘Public Charge’ Rule Change

The Los Angeles County Office of Immigrant Affairs (OIA) in the Department of Consumer and Business Affairs (DCBA) welcomes the new “public charge” regulation and continues its public campaign to inform immigrant households about this positive and important development. read more
public-health-news-release-logo
LA County Reports Significant Differences by Race in Pregnancy Related Deaths, Similar to CDC Findings 600 117 COUNTY OF LOS ANGELES

LA County Reports Significant Differences by Race in Pregnancy Related Deaths, Similar to CDC Findings

A CDC report published on Monday, September 19th used U.S. data from 2017-2019 to highlight striking inequality in maternal deaths. read more
Skip to content