Tomorrow, All Clean Streets Champions, Public Works Liaisons, and Clean Streets LA Challenge participants are invited to attend a special Board of Public Works meeting being held to recognize approximately 150 community leaders and partners who have helped bring to life the City of Los Angeles’ Initiative to improve the cleanliness of our streets, sidewalks, and alleys. Please make the time to attend this very special event that will showcase and celebrate the enthusiasm and collaboration that Neighborhood Councils have demonstrated!
Clean Streets LA Challenge Ceremony
Saturday, January 14, 2017
10am to 12pm
City Hall’s Board of Public Works Hearing Room
200 North Spring St.
Los Angeles, CA 90012
(Park at City Hall East, 200 North Main St., Los Angeles, CA 90012)
Email questions to Jen Marony at firstname.lastname@example.org
About Public Works Liaisons– Public Works Liaisons serve as the primary point of contact within Neighborhood Councils on the Clean Streets Initiative, which was announced by Mayor Eric Garcetti on April 23, 2015. Focused on creating a cleaner and more livable city, the Clean Streets Initiative provides funding for additional trash bins, a third Clean Streets Strike Team, the development of a cleanliness assessment system, and increased enforcement of illegal dumping. A key component to the success of the Clean Streets Initiative is a coordinated and robust public engagement campaign. The Liaison works with the Board of Public Works, the Mayor’s Volunteer Corps, and the Office of Community Beautification to organize clean ups, increase 311 reporting in their area, and engage local stakeholders on how to maintain street cleanliness. Liaisons receive communication from the Board of Public Works regarding legislation, programs, and meetings with staff. For more information to go www.empowerla.org/publicworksliaisons/