Know of a pothole in Los Feliz that needs fixing? Let us know!
LA City’s Bureau of Street Services will be conducting a one day, targeted street repair campaign to perform small asphalt repairs.
Small asphalt repairs include:
- Potholes and pop outs
- Skin patching of eroded or cracked areas
- Some sidewalk and curb repairs
- Some repairs on concrete streets
Below are the compiled results of a survey conducted by LFNC Transportation & Mobility Committee member Matlock Grossman. Questions included concerns about respondent’s biggest Los Feliz street safety concern, Metro Bike Share interest, autonomous vehicles, and more.
Survey Results (PDF)
Data provided by http://geohub.lacity.org/ for 2009-2013 in the Reporting Districts that encompass the Los Feliz Neighborhood Council’s boundaries.
Click on an individual marker to reveal collision data.
On July 8th from 10AM – 12PM, a public meeting will be held at the Los Feliz Public Library to discuss the new draft proposal of the Hollywood Community Plan:
The Hollywood Community Plan (HCPU2) sets the stage for the future of Hollywood. It directs anticipated development to already urbanized areas of the Community Plan Area, identifying suitable areas for new development while preserving existing low-scale neighborhoods.
More information can be found at the Hollywood Community Plan website. This event is not sponsored or being run by the Los Feliz Neighborhood Council.
A message from the Department of Recreation and Parks:
TRAFFIC ADVISORY- EASTER WEEKEND AND GREEK THEATRE OPENING NIGHT
Spring Break has been busy yet running smoothly. Congestion has been reduced and people are using the DASH Observatory shuttles daily. LADOT has increased the number of buses and provided extra circulator shuttles from the Greek lot to the Observatory and back. LADOT traffic officers have been stationed at the intersections of Los Feliz Blvd on weekends to assist with egress and Park staff has been increased to keep traffic flowing within the park.
Tonight the Greek Theatre opens for the season and we are anticipating heavy traffic as Spring Break/Easter weekend may compound traffic impact.
Recreation and Parks has been committed and remains committed to lessening impact in the neighborhoods, providing accessibility to all and protecting the natural environment.
Please forward any questions to:
Starting Tuesday, March 21st, the Griffith Observatory DASH bus will be operating 7 days a week, while paid parking is being implemented at the Observatory.
The DASH bus service will go from the Vermont/Sunset Metro Station all the way up to the Observatory, going mostly along Hillhurst Ave. before heading West along Los Feliz Blvd. and then going into the park along Vermont Ave.
The fare is 50 cents (35 cents with a TAP card), running every 20 minutes Monday through Friday from noon to 10 p.m. and on weekends from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Parking closest to the Griffith Observatory will now be $4/hr, with the revenue going directly to continual traffic improvements at Griffith Park as part of the Griffith Park Transportation Plan, such as the expanded DASH service.
The Griffith Park Transportation Plan was vetted by park leadership with residents and other stakeholders for the past few years, including at several meetings hosted by the Los Feliz Neighborhood Council and the Los Feliz Improvement Association, among others.
No word yet on when the proposed DASH Los Feliz and DASH Hollywood routes will go into effect or what the final routes will be.
At the February 21, 2017 Governing Board meeting, the Los Feliz Neighborhood Council unanimously supported the Vision Zero Action Plan.
In addition to a letter sent to LA Department of Transportation General Manager Seleta Reynolds, Councilmember Ryu, and Councilmember O’Farrell, the following Community Impact Statement was filed with Council File 15-0546-S3:
The Los Feliz Neighborhood Council (LFNC) is in support of the Vision Zero Action Plan, as reported by Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT) and dated February 1, 2017. The extent to which transportation related fatalities occur in Los Angeles, a premier international city, is an embarrassingly tragic reality. We support the efforts described in the Vision Zero Action Plan surrounding education, enforcement, engineering, evaluation and equity. No one should risk their life simply traversing the city to get to work, school, play, or home. For these reasons, the Los Feliz Neighborhood Council SUPPORTS this motion.
Read the Letter (PDF)