LA2050

Metric

Local water live
In 2013, Los Angeles County residents imported 58 percent of our water, with five percent from the LA aqueduct, 38 percent from local groundwater, and four percent from recycled water.
Our target:
50 percent of the LA’s water demand is met by recycled water, 20 percent from local groundwater, ten percent from the LA Aqueduct, and 20 percent from MWD.

Help us reach our goals for this metric

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We <3 Open Data

The City of Los Angeles launched a new public platform for exploring, visualizing, and downloading location-based open data.

Put open data to work
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How's the Santa Monica Bay?

The Santa Monica Bay Restoration Foundation’s report explains that conditions are improving though there are strides that need to be taken to revive the area's ecosystem.

Read the Report
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Green Your Transit Stations

Metro has released a new toolkit and resources designed to be used by community member, civic leaders, and advocates to reimagine and reinvent public spaces.

Create Green Spaces
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Apply to the 2016 LA Great Streets Challenge

Have an idea to make a positive change for a street in your community? Apply to the Great Streets Challenge, brought to you by the Mayor's Office and the Department of City Planning.

HOW TO APPLY
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Check out the Urban Mobility in the Digital Age Report

How will technology impact and improve transportation in LA and how can we prepare for this future? Read the report produced by a partnership between LADOT, the Mayor's Fund of Los Angeles and the Goldhirsh Foundation.

READ THE REPORT
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Get Inspired with 101 Small Ways to Improve LA

Want to make a difference in your community? Check out this amazing list of 101 small ways you can improve LA and take action now!

Read the List
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Read the White House's Housing Development Toolkit

The White House toolkit explores how cities can address housing shortages and support development. The toolkit explores how LA has made improvements in this area and what best practices are for the future.

Read More
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Make your Community Safer

LADOT and the Department of Cultural Affairs released a 'Vision Zero' Request for Qualifications, seeking individuals and orgs with ideas to make communities safer for pedestrians and reduce accidents at high-trafficked intersections.

Submit your Qualifications
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Speed up a Metro Project with Public-Private Collaboration

Private sector transportation innovators with ideas to speed up LA Metro projects through a public-private partnership can submit unsolicited proposals.

Submit a Proposal