The city is continuing to reinvent itself in ways that will, ideally, ease the burden of rising housing costs while offering better amenities and a more diverse array of businesses, shops and restaurants for the community.
The annual presentation, hosted in part by the Long Beach Business Journal, will return live at 11 a.m. June 28.
The Port of Long Beach is aiming to set an example of inclusion to agencies across the country through a new initiative: the Equity in Infrastructure Project.
Cultural events like parades and food festivals were among the many economy-boosting and community-building activities that had to take a pause during the worst of the COVID-19 pandemic—and Long Beach officials are hoping their return can help bolster the city’s recovery.
Three years ago this month, city officials gathered at St. Mary Medical Center to announce a new strategy to combat a dramatic increase in rates of sexually transmitted diseases.
The development of more than 20,000 new multifamily units by 2030 would mark a significant shift in the balance of the city’s housing stock.
One constant throughout Long Beach’s aerospace history has been the expertise coming out of Cal State Long Beach.
The Nonprofit Partnership was founded in 1993 to help the folks behind the area’s nonprofits strengthen their financial, planning and other skills so they in turn can improve their service to the community.
Mayor Robert Garcia hosted the first of nine “recovery roundtables” to hear from business leaders about their concerns and challenges as Long Beach seeks to bounce back from the pandemic.
Long Beach owns the building at 309 Pine Ave., and it will be used day-to-day as a BLANKSPACES co-working site. Long Beach City College’s Small Business Development Center will also provide programming, one-on-one consultation and other support for small businesses at the center.