The City of Long Beach will host the first of three forums on Saturday, October 10 in an effort to develop the city’s policies for Open Data. The community’s input will help the city better understand the types of data people are seeking.
The community is invited to learn more about innovation and entrepreneurship in Long Beach by participating in Long Beach Innovation Week(s), from October 2 to 22, 2015, in partnership with the Los Angeles Economic Development Corporation (LAEDC), and Los Angeles County’s Innovation Week(s), the city announced Tuesday.
The U.S. Department of Defense has granted the City of Long Beach $3.9 million to help it develop an economic transition plan following the closure of Boeing’s C-17 facilities, the city announced Monday.
The City of Long Beach announced it, along with the Port of Long Beach (POLB) and Long Beach Transit (LBT), received a $23 million grant from the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority Thursday.
The City of Long Beach has selected Sean Crumby, former director of public works for Seal Beach, as its new city engineer and deputy director of public works, the city announced today.
Today, Long Beach City Manager Pat West announced the city’s selection of Alejandrina “Alex” Basquez, a Long Beach resident and Woodrow Wilson High School alumnus, as Long Beach’s new human resources director.
The City of Long Beach announced Monday that thanks to conservation efforts since the early 1970s, the city’s residential customers have the lowest natural gas bills in the State of California.
The Long Beach City Council agreed Tuesday to collaborate with Microsoft, bringing digital expertise to Long Beach staff and digital capacity building workshops aimed at inspiring young people, the city announced Wednesday.
The City of Long Beach is inviting the public to two upcoming meetings regarding increased financial incentives for restoring historic properties as part of an expansion of the Mills Act Property Tax Abatement Program, the city announced Monday.
The City of Long Beach’s new, more user-friendly website went live Monday morning and Mayor Robert Garcia unveiled its new features Monday afternoon.