The latest news from Studio City Residents Association
To check out construction permits in your area, go to : https://www.ladbsservices2.lacity.org/OnlineServices/. Click on the ‘Permit and Inspection Report’ option and choose your specific search option. Available searches are by : Single Address Search, Address Range Search, or Other Searches.
The LADWP’s Water Conservation Response Unit (WCRU) is ready to investigate water waste reports. You can email water waste incidents to email@example.com, call 1-800-DIAL-DWP (1-800-342-5397), or use MYLA311 Online Services. When submitting, include exact address, date and time, and brief description of the water waste.
Planting trees on your own private property? If so, LA City’s Street Tree Selection Guide is an excellent source. You will find information on height, spacing, drought toleracy, crown spread, and much more. This guide can be found at : http://bss.lacity.org/UrbanFor…/StreetTreeSelectionGuide.htm.
If you are planning on planting trees in parkways and other public rights of way, permits are required. For further details and to obtain downloadable applications, go to http://bsspermits.lacity.org/
Information courtesy of our sister organization, Studio City Beautification Association.
For more information about the Radford Art Walk and to hear commentary directly from the artist, please visit the website at : http://www.radfordartwalk.org/
The Santa Monica Mountains Local Coastal Program (LCP) was recently adopted by the California Coastal Commission on April 10 2014 . The LCP program was the first step to protect the coastal Santa Monica Mountains from uncontrolled development and maintain the mountains as a valuable resource for all who live and work in Los Angeles County. (Excluded from the program are Pepperdine University and the City of Malibu.) The next step is a Land Use Plan Amendment that will go through the typical review process before being presented for adoption by the County. The SCRA had reviewed the LCP program and the Coastal Committee staff report therefore was in full agreement with the LCP program. Outlined below are the program’s top 15 environmental benefits.