re:code LA - How a Revised Zoning Code Will Reshape the City
The Los Angeles Department of City Planning has embarked on one of the City's largest planning initiatives to date: re:code LA, a comprehensive revision of LA's outdated zoning code. Find out how their new approach will shape the future of LA.
First adopted in 1946, the current Code has grown from a simple, 84-page pamphlet to an unwieldy, 600+ page book that inadequately realizes a 21st Century vision of a better Los Angeles for all residents.
The Zoning Code does not live up to the needs of the Los Angeles of today. Nor is it effective at helping Angelenos create the future that they want for their city.
As the project heads into its third year, join City Planning staff and their consultants for a presentation and discussion of what is proposed and how their approach will shape the future of LA.
Lee Einsweiler, Principal, Code Studio
Deborah Kahen, City Planner, City of Los Angeles
Erick Lopez, City Planner, City of Los Angeles
Tom Rothmann, Principal City Planner, City of Los Angeles
After the event, continue the discussion over drinks and bites at a nearby location.
Public transit is available via the Red Line Civic Center/Grand Park Station, Gold Line Little Tokyo / Arts District Station, and numerous Metro bus lines.
Public parking is available in the underground garage at 140 N. Judge John Aiso St. , $3 flat rate after 5 PM.
Ronald F. Deaton Civic Auditorium (View)
100 W. 1st St.
Los Angeles, CA 90012
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