Los Angeles Municipal Guide 2019
Selected City of Los Angeles
Boards Commissions & Departments
HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF
2600 Wilshire Boulevard, Los Angeles, CA 90057
The Housing Authority (HACLA) works to preserve the existing affordable
housing and supply of 75,000 units while ensuring these units are both safe
and decent spearheads a collaborative effort to increase the supply of affordable
housing. It collaborates with residents and public, non-profit and private
entities to create viable, healthy communities while maintaining strong internal
controls, maintaining mutual respect, fiscal responsibility, and ethical behavior
by our employees, residents and other key stakeholders.
HUMAN RELATIONS COMMISSION,
CITY OF LOS ANGELES
200 North Spring Street, City Hall Room 2111, Los Angeles, CA 90012
The Commission’s purpose is to assure that all people have access to full and
equal welfare and safety through activities and programs designed to reduce
discrimination, tension, and violence, and to advance improved intergroup relations.
The Commission supports efforts to create a city free of racism and violence
where residents may live and work in an environment of respect, mutual
tolerance, and human diversity.
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY AGENCY
200 North Main Street, Room 1400, Los Angeles, CA 90012
The Information Technology Agency’s (ITA) primary task is to guide the City
by researching, testing and implementing new technologies and providing information
technology infrastructure and systems that are reliable, long-term,
financially viable and secure, while striving improve the dissemination of public
service information through the expanded use of communications, computing
technology, and effective telecommunications oversight.
INNOVATION & PERFORMANCE COMMISSION,
200 North Main Street, City Hall East, Room 1500 CHE, Los Angeles, CA 90012
The City of Los Angeles Innovation and Performance Commission acts to improve
the responsiveness, efficiency, and quality of services delivered to the
public. It provides the Mayor and the City Council with the benefit of private and
public sector expertise in innovation, technology, and performance management.
200 North Spring Street, Suite 2005, Los Angeles, CA 90012
The Neighborhood Empowerment Department promotes public participation
in government and makes government more responsive to local needs by creating,
nurturing, and supporting a citywide system of grass-roots, independent,
and participatory neighborhood councils.
PENSIONS, DEPARTMENT OF FIRE AND POLICE
701 East Third Street, Suite 200, Los Angeles, CA 90013
The Department of Fire & Police Pensions administers defined retirement
plan benefits for all sworn (fire, police and certain port police) employees of the
City of Los Angeles, providing professional and prompt service to approximately
13,000 active members and 12,000 retirees and beneficiaries.
700 East Temple Street, Los Angeles, CA 90012
The Personnel Department partners with other City Departments to efficiently
produce and sustain a diverse workforce; which reflects the City’s population
and provides quality public service to the residents of Los Angeles.