COMMUNITY IMPACT STATEMENTS
Community Impact Statements are official statements or positions adopted by a Neighborhood Council on issues pending before the City’s decision makers. The Community Impact Statement process was created specifically for Neighborhood Councils so they can publically express their support, opposition, or suggestions about any matter pending before the City Council, its committees, or City commissions. Every issue pending before the City Council and its committees is assigned a unique Council File number. When a Community Impact Statement is filed it is attached to the Council File on the City Clerk’s website.
You can help! There are always many items pending with the folks down at City Hall and our board cannot possibly track them all. You can visit the LA City Clerk’s website at https://cityclerk.lacity.org/lacityclerkconnect/ and review council files that interest you. You can then bring the issues to either a board or committee meeting. We have created a Quick Reference Guide to help you navigate the LA City Clerk’s website. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to reach out to board members for help.
Community Impact Statements filed by your Coastal San Pedro Neighborhood Council:
- 1/12/18 – Council File 17-0447 - Related to Land Use Codes/Oil and Gas Development/Impact on Resident Health & Safety/Code Change Proposals. Community Impact Statement filed by Coastal: View Here
- 5/18/17 - Community Impact Statement opposing the Mayor’s 2017-2018 Proposed Budget for the City of Los Angeles
- 4/30/16 - Support for the motion contained in Council File 15-0499, to protect biodiversity in the City of Los Angeles
- 4/4/16 - Los Angeles Parks and Hillside Areas / Rodent Population Control / Use of Poisons Policies
- 4/4/16 - Wildlife Corridor / Santa Monica Mountains (Hillside Ordinance Zone)
- 1/11/10 - City Planning Commission / Charter Section 245
- 9/4/09 - Financial Disclosure / Neighborhood Council Board Members
- 3/17/18 - WALKER AVENUE / 20TH STREET / Q CLASSIFICATION
- 11/1/07 - AD HOC COMMITTEE ON HOMELESSNESS WORKING GROUP