The League is taking unprecedented steps in response to an alarming increase in the state’s homeless population.
Cities have a responsibility to work with their county, state and federal partners to provide the services needed to address this issue.
The City of Los Angeles launched a program in which parks are kept open until 11:00 p.m., and volunteers and staff facilitate safe, healthy activities.
Using programs ranging from truancy reduction to summer reading, cities are taking unique and collaborative approaches to combat summer learning loss and prepare students of all ages to return to…
Open library access can lead to dilemmas such as situations involving patrons who bring in excessive amounts of personal belongings and use the library as a temporary shelter.
Palmdale gives residents a way to help address critical infrastructure challenges.
The committee advises the council and participates in local events.
The app facilitates a dialogue with Fresno’s diverse residents.
Many California cities are looking at how the Internet of Things can serve the public.
The city is using a variety of initiatives to address its high rate of childhood obesity.
Volunteers connect the community and enhance the quality of life in cities throughout the Golden State.
A web-based volunteer recruitment tool meets the needs of the city’s residents and its community partners.
The program offers an enjoyable way for children and adults to learn organic gardening, be physically active, make smart food choices and work together.
Parks play a key role in the fight against childhood obesity and can contribute significantly to cities’ economic prosperity.
The city recruited seniors to supervise and support students as they walk or bike to and from school.
Significant positive developments for the League included the adoption of a new economic development tool for lower-income communities and the passage of a medical marijuana regulatory bill package.
Hoarding is a costly problem for cities to tackle, often taking hours of staff time and costing thousands of dollars.
A crime-ridden trail spurred unhappy residents into action and led to a collaborative effort involving a local nonprofit, the city, school district and multiple agencies.
Cities have made dramatic progress in the effort to end veteran homelessness, thanks to bold leadership and historic levels of federal resources.
A newly updated online resource provides a framework for implementing partnerships.