We must hold the state accountable for maintaining their right-of-way to keep the areas clean and safe for all who live near or use these freeways. Demand clean freeways from the State of California at https://csr.dot.ca.gov/index.php/Msrsubmit or call Caltrans at (916) 654-5266.
If you have a request to clean up the freeway, such as for homeless encampments at onramps, offramps or along the freeway, you can complete a customer service request with Caltrans.
Beginning October 1, 2020, LADOT will resume parking enforcement and impounds, when applicable, for street cleaning, abandoned vehicles, oversize and overnight restrictions, peak hour and anti-gridlock zones, and expired registration.
The Bureau of Street Services has scheduled a Small Asphalt Repairs (SAR) truck for the Mission Hills Neighborhood Council to perform small asphalt repairs on 7/31/19. (see FAQ below). Please submit your requests by July 19.
The East San Fernando Valley Light Rail Project held community meetings in June to identify paths to walk or bike to planned train stations.
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