This category is for Los Angeles county government, law and military information (e.g., Branches of Government, Law, Military, Taxes). Includes government officials' sites.
CSSD offers information and resources to assist residents in seeking and receiving child support payments.
Information on financial assistance, welfare, employment, health care, food stamps, child care and special programs and services offered to the community.
Responsible for building code enforcement, roads, sewers, and the environment in unincorporated county areas. Includes information on programs, transportation and requests for service.
Services include air and wildland, emergency medical, prevention, forestry and lifeguards. Features photograph and video gallery, history and insignias, FAQ, contacts and links.
Offers instructions on how to read property tax bills, the assessment process, appeals, and agency contacts. Includes payment facility.
Election and voting information including registration and status, polling place locator, live-count and final results, and reports.
US government organization supports management and administration of federal activities and encourages interagency cooperation. Includes profile and contact details.
Property tax assessment information and data on individual parcels with maps and sales searches.
Independent agency established by the County and the City of Los Angeles coordinates and manages funds for programs providing shelter, housing and services to homeless persons.
Agency charged with administering adjudicated water rights and managing groundwater resources within the watershed and groundwater basin known as the Main San Gabriel Basin.
Provides access to the County of Los Angeles charter, general and permanent ordinances, and building codes in a searchable, hyperlinked format.
Includes government officials and county offices, list of cities in the county, population estimates, lookup for Federal campaign contributions, links to other information.
Agendas for public meetings, list of member cities and information on valley affairs. Board profiles and contacts provided.
Provides wastewater and solid waste management and converts waste into resources such as reclaimed water, energy, and recycled materials. Includes details on the 24 independent special districts.
County court system.
Known as the Rough Riders, the battalion has responsibility for recruiting in the county (and portions of Ventura county). Phone directory, family resources and in-processing information.
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