The 2019 My LA2050 Grants Challenge
$1 Million. 10 Winners. One Year to Shape LA.
Submissions open on February 28th!
The target metrics are measures of progress for each goal. Any particular target metric by itself can’t tell the complete story. So, we’ve combined a variety of metrics for each goal to provide a fuller picture of how the region is doing. The #LA2050Listens community conversation series and roundtable sessions with topic experts contributed to the formation of the target metrics and goals.
When selecting target metrics, LA2050 looked at statistical information that: a) contributes to achieving the goal, b) can be reliably sourced, and c) is regularly updated.
|Access to free wifi connect||View Metric|
|Cultural events connect||View Metric|
|Government responsiveness to residents’ needs connect||View Metric|
|Participation in neighborhood councils connect||View Metric|
|Public/open streets gatherings connect||View Metric|
|Public transit riders connect||View Metric|
|Rates of volunteerism connect||View Metric|
|Residential segregation connect||View Metric|
|Social & emotional support connect||View Metric|
|Total number of local social media friends and connections Angelenos have connect||View Metric|
|Transit-accessible housing and employment (the share of housing units and percentage of jobs that are located within a half-mile of transit) connect||View Metric|
|Travel time to work connect||View Metric|
|Voting rates connect||View Metric|