The City of Inglewood has prepared the 2022-2026 Consolidated Plan (Consolidated Plan) and the Analysis of Impediments (AI) as required to receive federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and HOME Investment Partnership (HOME), funds. The Consolidated Plan provides the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) with a comprehensive assessment of the City’s housing and community development needs and outlines the City’s priorities, objectives, and strategies for the investment of CDBG and HOME funds to address these needs over the next five years, beginning October 1, 2022, and ending September 30, 2027.
In September 2016, the State of California’s – then Governor Brown, signed Senate Bill - (SB) 1383 into law. This Mandatory Recycling Ordinance, aims to reduce statewide emissions of short-lived climate pollutants; but ultimately, the goal is to reduce ALL negative impacts in the atmosphere. SB 1383 puts...
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The City of Inglewood has scheduled a thirty (30) day public commenting period on the Citizen Participation Plan to receive federal funding from the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The City seeks the community’s input on the written Citizen Participation Plan which sets forth the policies and procedures for citizen participation. The City is encouraging participation from all residents and especially by low- and moderate-income residents. All interested persons wishing to make comments or provide input on the proposed Citizen Participation Plan are invited to comment during the thirty (30) day comment period beginning May 16, 2022 through June 14, 2022. Comments may be submitted to the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Division at the address below:
Following a gardening boom during the COVID-19 pandemic, the CPDPP is encouraging citrus owners to continue care for their citrus trees this spring and beyond, as a lack of maintenance could be an invitation for the deadly plant disease Huanglongbing.
In anticipation of the upcoming heat wave in LA County, a Heat Advisory has been issued. The City of Inglewood has several cooling centers that will be activated. For more information please follow City of Inglewood Office of Emergency Services on Social Media.
It Takes A Village, a community public art project by Rogers Park Artist in Residence Shelley Heffler is our new exhibition at the Inglewood Public Library, 101 West Manchester Boulevard. The fabric artwork created by 22 community members as part of Ms. Heffler’s residency, is on view from February 22 through April 2, 2022 during regular Library hours. A public event to meet the artist and participants will be held on Saturday, February 26, from 12p.m. to 1 p.m. This project is supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts / Arts Engagement in American Communities program, Inglewood Public Art Fund, Inglewood Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department and Inglewood Public Library. To find out more about how National Endowment for the Arts grants impact individuals and communities, visit www.arts.gov.
INGLEWOOD - The City of Inglewood has released a list of street closures that will be in effect the week of the Super Bowl LVI. The Super Bowl LVI will be hosted at SoFi Stadium on Sunday, February 13th, 2022. Street closures will be minimal, and serve to expedite traffic to and from SoFi stadium while minimizing impact to the surrounding neighborhoods.
Beach Terrace is a 42 unit, Low-Income Housing Tax Credit(LIHTC) project. Ten (10) one-bedroom units will be filledthrough a lottery. The remaining units will be referred by theInglewood Housing Authority. All eligible applications forBeach Terrace will be entered into a random selectionlottery. NOTE:. 10 one-bedroom. units will be available through...
Out of an abundance of caution, and in the interest of public health and safety, the City of Inglewood Housing Protection Department has canceled all scheduled Residential Registry Workshops until further notice. Please contact the Housing Protection Department at (310) 412-4330 for further assistance.
Effective Wednesday, January 5, 2022, the following enhanced COVID-19 Protocols will be implemented:. All on-site payments for utilities, business taxes, parking tickets, etc., will not be accepted at the walk-up window inside City Hall until further. These services can be paid by doing the following:. Customers can mail all payments...
Each year, a symbolic Super Bowl "Golden Shovel" is passed from one Super Bowl host community to the next. The NFL, Los Angeles Super Bowl Host Committee, Los Angeles Rams, Inglewood Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department and NFL Partner Verizon joined forces for this iconic moment, which is the kickoff for the numerous Super Bowl LVI community greening projects.
(Source: Inglewood Times) Inglewood District 1 Councilman George Dotson hosts a Document Shredding event. At this regularly held event, Inglewood Residents can have their documents securely and privately destroyed at no cost. Residents can drive up and volunteers will pull out documents from their vehicle, which will be promptly destroyed....
The City of Inglewood will host the “Passing of the Golden Shovel” NFL Green event on Saturday, September 25, 2021 from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Edward Vincent Park. During the opening ceremony for this symbolic “greening” event, representatives of Tampa Bay (the previous host city) will pass the “golden shovel” to the City of Inglewood marking our countdown to Super Bowl LVI. The event will include the planting of “56” trees and other activities designed to increase the park’s tree inventory, beautify the park and encourage community. Over 150 volunteers are needed for the planting and beautification. Signup to volunteer today at www.tinyurl.com/goldenshovel56.
CITY OF INGLEWOOD UNVEILS CITYWIDE EVENT TRANSPORTATION MANAGEMENT AND NEIGHBORHOOD PROTECTION PLANS
Inglewood, Calif. (July 16, 2021) - Today, the City of Inglewood announced several transportation options to SoFi Stadium—including the launch of the City’s IPark&Go remote parking and shuttle program and multiple public transit options—as well as a new residential permit parking program. Together, these new initiatives will help to promote a more positive experience both for local residents and for event attendees traveling to SoFi Stadium. Because traditional onsite parking options at SoFi Stadium will be limited for large events like NFL games, the expansion of alternative, high occupancy transportation solutions are intended to provide greener, convenient, and affordable travel options and create a unique event experience in the Los Angeles County area.
The purpose of the City of Inglewood COVID-19 Rent Relief Program is to assist extremely low- and very low-income residents experiencing financial assistance due to the COVID19 pandemic. The application must be completed in its entirety. Due to the large demand for assistance and the limited amount of funding, incomplete...
Mayor James T. Butts recognized Assata Gaines for her outstanding academic achievement. This fall, Gaines will be attending New York University Tisch School of the Arts! Mayor Butts went on to say, "May you take full advantage of this great opportunity that has been afforded to you. The entire community takes pride in your accomplishments, and wish you success in all of your future endeavors."
Learn the art of self-defense through basic techniques. The City of Inglewood Parks, Recreation and Community Services Department is offering Self-Defense Workshops for FREE for ages 4 and up. Workshops are held at Center Park every Saturday starting April 24th through June 26, 2021 at 11:00 a.m. Registration online is required. Click here for additional information or call (310) 412-8750.