Project Updates

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The re:code LA team has been fairly quiet on our website and social media the last few months, but we can assure you that we’ve been hard at work. First, you may have noticed a "refresh" of our website. We have been drafting and refining what ultimately became known as the "R1 Variation Zones". We've also been simplifying and improving upon our existing workflows into a new “administration”...
EIR Scoping Meeting Flyer
WHEN: Thursday, February 16th, 2017 5:00 PM - 7:00 PM WHERE: Caltrans District 7 Building 100 S. Main Street Conference Room #01.037 Los Angeles, CA 90012 The City is hosting an Environmental Impact Report (EIR) Scoping Meeting for the purpose of collecting comment from responsible agencies and stakeholders regarding the environmental topics that should be analyzed in the EIR for the Proposed...
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In a first for the City of Los Angeles, the City Council earlier this month officially approved the Department of City Planning’s proposed open source release of portions of the Web-based Zoning Code System. The releases, known as the WebCode Toolkit, are anticipated to be available in the summer of 2016 through the online software repository GitHub. The WebCode Toolkit will mark the City of Los...
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We are in the process of unveiling the first components of our new Zoning Code! If you have been to any of our 7 public forums, you may be wondering how you can obtain the materials being presented at these events. Or maybe you haven't been to one yet, but are curious as to what you might expect to see. We have posted all of these materials in our Project Files page, to give you a closer look or...
Help Shape the Future of Your Los Angeles   We are ready to unveil the first components of our new Zoning Code! Come to any one of our 7 open house public forums for an up-close look. To help you get acquainted, an overview presentation will be given near the beginning and a repeat around the midpoint. There will be information stations where you can get the details, ask questions, and tell us...
Ayudenos a formar el futuro de nuestra ciudad Los Angeles Participe y conozca nuestros esfuerzos para el nuevo código de zonificación y también aprenda como vamos progresando en nuestro programa. Por favor, participe en cualquiera de nuestros Foros Públicos con sesiones abiertas y presentatciones. Para ayudar a familiarizarse , una presentación general se dará cerca del comienzo y una repetición...
re:code LA Zoning Advisory Committee Member Mark Vallianatos
Since you might not have had the chance to meet all of the ZAC members in person, we thought it would be fun to feature short profiles on each to help you get to know them better. In this installment, we'd like to introduce Mark Vallianatos. Zoning Advisory Committee member Mark Vallianatos moved to Southern California in 2000 from the Washington, DC area and currently lives in Glassell Park. He...
Los Angeles as seen from Baldwin Hills
Our FrameWORK series on the Los Angeles General Plan Framework Element is intended to introduce you to the citywide document that lays down the guiding principles for how Los Angeles will develop in the years ahead. In this article, we’ll be familiarizing you with the Framework’s Economic Development Chapter (Chapter 7), as it relates to the City Planning Department’s current policy and zoning...
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Since you might not have had the chance to meet all the ZAC members in person, we thought it would be fun to feature short profiles on each to help you get to know them better. We'd like to introduce Noel Hyun, who also serves as the chair of the ZAC Jobs and Innovation Working Group. Noel was born in New York, but moved to Los Angeles when she was a "wee little baby" and has lived here ever...