The City of Long Beach has released its 2017 Year in Review, a comprehensive look at the city’s accomplishments and accolades over the past 12 months.
A Los Angeles Superior Court judge rejected a woman’s claim this week that she was terminated by the City of Long Beach as a parking enforcement officer because she was black, while the city maintained that two car accidents she caused led to her firing.
The City of Long Beach has settled with Long Beach Transportation and Parking Solutions (TAPS), resolving three separate environmental lawsuits, the Long Beach City Attorney’s Office announced today. As part of the agreement, the city will fund parking studies in downtown and Alamitos Beach.
The Los Angeles County Business Federation (BizFed), an alliance of 150 business groups representing 272,000 companies, has recognized Long Beach as one of the five most business-friendly cities in Los Angeles County, the city announced today.
The CIO Awards have selected Long Beach’s Tech and Innovation Department for a national award regarding its use of technology in creating and delivering business value, the city announced today.
The City of Long Beach is facing an infrastructure funding deficit just shy of $3 billion over the next decade and in a matter of months, the residents of the city will vote on whether or not that funding gap will be narrowed by the raising of the city’s sales and use tax. The ballot initiative received unanimous support from the city council during last night’s meeting and will be placed on the June 2016 voter’s ballot after final approval by the council, which could come as early as next week.
The City of Long Beach will partner with the Long Beach Unified School District (LBUSD) and the Long Beach Human Trafficking Task Force (LBHTTF) to host a Youth Exploitation Safety Symposium (YESS), featuring a series of presentations and workshops for parents, educators, and youth in grades eight through 12, the city announced Friday.
The City of Long Beach will continue its quest for sustainability by using renewable fuels for more than 18 percent of its total vehicle fleet, the city announced today—a fitting move, given the scheduled presentation of a climate assessment report to city council today.
At 6:00AM Thursday on the corner of Cedar Avenue and Third Street, city officials, the Port of Long Beach (POLB), Southern California Edison and the Los Angeles County office of Sustainability flipped the ceremonial switch on a mass LED light implementation to be conducted throughout the City of Long Beach over the next two years.