HCIDLA and Department of City Planning invite you to – Save the Date!
Cities and counties across California are rising to the challenge of the housing crisis by helping to identify local solutions to combat displacement, produce more affordable housing and homeownership opportunities, and lead to a more equitable sustainable City. In Los Angeles, we are in the process of updating our Housing Element, which will establish groundbreaking policies and programs to help foster more equitable housing opportunities across the City. When the update is adopted in October 2021, it will establish new strategies for meeting Los Angeles’ housing goals.
Over the next few weeks the City will release drafts of both, the 2021-2029 Housing Element and the Safety Element 2021 Update. We invite you to attend one of two webinars to learn more about the drafts and participate in a question and answer session.
Spanish interpretation available I Interpretación en español disponible.
The two July sessions will occur on:
Thursday, July 8th, 6 PM – 7:30 PM
Tuesday, July 13th, 12 PM – 1:30 PM
During this next phase we are engaging Angelenos like yourself to provide feedback on the draft plan, we hope you will join us!
CLICK HEREto sign up to attend Thursday, July 8 @ 6 PM
CLICK HEREto sign up to attend Tuesday, July 13 @ 12 PM
About the Housing Element
The Housing Element of the General Plan, also called “the Plan to House LA,” identifies Los Angeles’s housing needs and establishes clear goals and objectives to inform future policy considerations. When the update is completed, the Housing Element will guide the creation and implementation of the City’s housing policy from 2021 to 2029.About the Safety Element
The Safety Element of the General Plan details Los Angeles’ strategy to prevent, respond to, and recover from disaster events. Recent state legislation requires the city to review and update, as necessary, the Safety Element alongside the Housing Element. As part of the Safety Element 2021 Update, the City will integrate targeted amendments into the existing document to better illustrate the City’s approach to disaster management and resilience. More information is included in the Background, Summary of Amendments, and FAQ’s document.