FilmLA to Implement Remote Work Plan

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As one of many employers experiencing changes in business operations due to concerns about the Coronavirus, FilmLA has activated a Remote Work Plan for its employees.  According to this Plan, FilmLA will require nearly all of our employees to work from home until further notice.  Thanks to careful preparation, FilmLA is well-equipped to continue operations with little interruption in service … Read More

Plan Ahead: LA Big 5K & LA Marathon, March 7th & 8th

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The 2020 LA Marathon will be held on Sunday, March 8, 2020 with the L.A. 5K held the day before on Saturday, March 7, 2020. The Marathon will begin at Dodger Stadium and follow a route that crosses into Downtown, Echo Park, Silver Lake, Hollywood, West Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Century City, Westwood, Brentwood and end in Santa Monica. Production companies … Read More

CicLAvia – South Los Angeles

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On Sunday, February 23rd, the Metropolitan Transit Authority (METRO) will host CicLAVia – South LA. Beginning at 9 am, area streets in South Central, Florence-Firestone and Watts will be closed to vehicular traffic allowing access to pedestrians, cyclists and more. Closures are expected to affect Central Avenue between Adams Boulevard and 103rd Streets and 103rd Street between Central Avenue and … Read More

Street Closures for the 92nd Academy Awards

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This next weekend, Hollywood will host the 92nd Academy Awards. Please be advised that a series of road and sidewalk closures will be in effect for the event. Closures will affect all lanes of traffic on Hollywood Boulevard between Highland Avenue and Orange Drive. Roads will remain closed until Monday, February 10th at 4 a.m. Below is a list of … Read More

Street Restoration Closures Affect 1st Street / Alameda and Surrounding Areas

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The Metropolitan Transit Authority (METRO) has informed FilmLA of a street restoration project that will affect the 1st Street and Alameda areas in Downtown. METRO’s street restoration project began January 10 and will continue for approximately nine months. See below for a schedule of activity: 1st Street/Vignes/Alameda: A full westbound street closure along 1st Street from Vignes to Alameda Street, … Read More