LACity.org - 2014 Best of the Web Winner (2nd Place in Nation)
Lacity.org, the City's official website maintained by the Information Technology Agency, wins 2nd Place in the nationwide Best of Web contest by the Center for Digital Government. Nearly 300 government websites were judged on their innovative qualities, usefulness, and efficiency and economy. From Lacity.org you can access city services, live and on-demand videos of City Council meetings, job postings, and a real-time ticker-tape of city Twitter feeds. It is a gateway to innovative services, such as the Real-time DASH Bus Locator, the LAX Real-time Flight Status and the Business Assistance Virtual Network, to name a few. Ultimately LACity.org is designed to deliver lots of information intuitively without overwhelming the site visitor.
LA Community Broadband Network (LACBN) RFI
The City is seeking information from vendors that may ultimately bid to construct the LACBN and from public/private entities interested in partnering with the City for the citywide broadband initiative (LACBN Request for Information).
The City of Los Angeles is 2013 Digital Cities Survey Winner
The City is among the top-10 ranked cities as result of this year's Digital Cities Survey conducted by the Center for Digital Government. In its 13th year, the annual survey is a part of the Digital Communities Program and is open to all U.S. cities. The survey criteria focused on results achieved by cities - via the use of technology - in operating efficiencies, realizing strategic objectives, innovative or creative solutions or approaches, effective collaboration and transparency measures, among others.
The City's Official website, LACity.org, is now smart, open, and social. Info is tailored for Angelenos, small-business owners, and tourists. It offers richer content, social media connectivity, and online 311 services. The citizen-centric site keeps visitors updated with live and on-demand videos including live coverage of City Council meetings and a weekly news show. Find job and business opportunities, and access City services for payments, service requests, GIS maps and more.
MyLA 311 Mobile App
With the MyLA311 Mobile App, City of Los Angeles information and services are just a few taps away. MyLA311 links Angelenos with the services and information they need to enjoy their city, beautify their community and stay connected with their local government.
L.A. Cityview 35
LA CityView 35 is the City Government cable channel that serves the people of Los Angeles by providing accurate and current information about the activities of City government. It highlights and provides programs which discuss significant issues facing the community and the people of Los Angeles.
3-1-1 Call Center
The 3-1-1 Call Center provides a way to get connected to a wide variety of non-emergency City services and general information. Some of the most popular City services can be requested directly through the 3-1-1 Call Center. These include bulky item pickup requests, inspection requests, graffiti cleanup requests, and reports of property violations.