Los Angeles County is currently working through the Roadmap to Recovery from COVID-19. For information related to the reopening process as well as resources, links, and up to date lists of what is allowed to be open, please visit our dedicated reopening web page here: Business Reopening Information
Governor Newsom announced on July 1, 2020, that all restaurants, wineries, movie theaters, zoos & museums, entertainment centers, and cardrooms must close indoor operations effective immediately. City staff is monitoring the situation and will be providing updates as we recieve them from the County and the State.
The City no longer holds separate franchise agreements with the cable television providers Time Warner and Charter Communications. These franchise agreements expired on January 1, 2007, under the new state franchise system for cable television providers, as provided under the Digital Infrastructure and Video Competition Act of 2006 (DIVCA).
The City Manager’s Department will still assist residents with customer service issues concerning their cable, and insure proper replacement of displaced public right of way areas with City's street system. However, questions regarding state franchise agreements will be handled by the CA Public Utilities Commission department.
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