Thanks to everyone who came out for the Public Works & Neighborhood Beautification’s Tree Adoption Event with City Plants on June 3, 2017 at Barnsdall Park. We gave away a lot of free trees, and look forward to doing it again next year!
Help keep Los Feliz green and beautiful for generations to come. Adopt a free tree!
Join us at Barnsdall Park on June 3rd from 9am-12pm. Saplings available on site for pick-up.
Sign up for a free tree.
Brought to you by the Public Works & Neighborhood Beautification Committee.
In general, property owners who will benefit from electrolier streetlights pay for the construction of new street lighting. In addition, benefiting property owners are responsible for cost of operation and maintenance collected annually on the County tax bill.
Until the mid-1950’s, the City did not require developers of housing, commercial and industrial property to install street lighting. So in the older areas of the City, most streets do not have streetlights, unless the developer voluntarily installed them, or a neighborhood group or their Council Office started a project to install them at the property owner’s expense.
Only those who have street lighting pay for it. Maintenance costs are assessed annually. This is not paid for from the basic property taxes or other taxes. New assessments require a vote of the property owners in compliance with Proposition 218, now part of the California Constitution.
Please find three documents below to help with getting a streetlight installed on your street:
Are you passionate about the Vermont Triangle? Do you have any big ideas or feedback you would like to share with the Los Feliz Neighborhood Council?
Now is the chance to join the conversation! Take the official LFNC Vermont Triangle Community Outreach Survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/H7L6ZWZ
The survey takes just 5 minutes to complete. Thanks for sharing your vision!