City of Los Angeles Bureau of Engineering and Councilmember José Huizar, Council District 14 invite you to a Public MeetingSixth Street Viaduct Replacement Project:Project Update and Intersection ImprovementsTHURSDAY, MAY 2nd, 20136:00-7:30pmat Art Share L.A.801 E. 4th PlaceLos Angeles, CA 90013*Main entrance on Hewitt*Free parking available on 2nd floor...Read More
This Monday, September 17th, will be the 2nd to the last opportunity to view and have input in the re-design of the 6th Street Bridge. Our friends at Sci Arc have been gracious enough to host a presentation for the Arts District. ...Read More
Today is the first of the public meeting where you get to express your preference in the re-design of the the 6th St. Bridge. This is the first of 4 meetings and is located: Public Presentation by Design Teams - Wed. Sept. 12thWednesday, September 12,...Read More
Come get some beer and sausages at Wurstkuche as the amazing men and women in blue act as your servers for the evening! This is a fundraiser benefitting the Special Olympics! Come and support the Officers in our neighborhood! ...Read More
LOS ANGELES — As a heat wave continues to roast the Southland, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power asks customers to keep conserving energy use where possible between 11:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. today, while staying safe. A statewide Flex Alert was issued yesterday by the California Independent System Operator (CAL ISO) to encourage energy conservation through Sunday, August 12. LADWP joins CAL ISO in this call, asking customers for conservation to prevent overtaxing the electrical infrastructure that serves Los Angeles around the clock daily.
Energy demand in Los Angeles reached 5642 megawatts Thursday but today’s demand is expected to approach higher levels, as the heat wave reaches its peak intensity, with temperatures exceeding 100 degrees for the fourth straight day in
We are thrilled to release our new and improved website. We hope that you find our new site more user friendly and more up to date. Over the next few months we will be releasing some new features including an Art Blog and an...Read More
L.A. City Councilman Jose Huizar & Yuval Bar-Zemer, Developer Linear City Announce First EV “Fast” Charger, Other Sustainable Lifestyle Options for the Arts District & Downtown L.A.
Test-Drives of the Nissan Leaf Offered After Announcements
Los Angeles City Councilman Jose Huizar will join Linear City Development, ECOtality electric vehicle charger manufacturer, and EV advocates to announce the first fast charger in the City of Los Angeles. The Blink DC fast charger, which can charge a Nissan Leaf and other EVs in roughly 30 minutes, is located in an Arts District public parking lot next to a suite of 10 standard EV chargers. The addition of three EVs to a local car-sharing program and a new farm-fresh market will also be announced at the lot across from Linear City’s Biscuit Company and Toy Factory Lofts. The new programs will add to the vibrant, sustainably-focused community expanding in the popular urban district.