Protection for Farm Workers

On Aug. 31, Logistics Victory LA (LoVLA), a program managed by the Harbor Dept., donated 75,000 masks to the United Farm Workers of America to keep its member farm workers safe during the pandemic, the wildfires and extreme heat...

Capt. Godinez: Firefighter of the Year

Capt. II Rick Godinez, Retired, 36 years of City service, Club Member, has been named Firefighter of the Year for 2019...

Sanitation honors 53 of its best and brightest.

On Dec. 5, Public Works/Sanitation held its annual employee recognition and appreciation event, honoring 53 employees...

Steve Engineers a Retirement

Steve Chen, Principal Engineer, Public Works/Engineering, retired in late September after 32 years of City service...

New CEO Denise Verret, makes history and charts the Zoo’s future.

This past summer, the City both made history and prepared for its next few decades. Denise Verret, 31 years of City service, Club Member, was named the CEO and Director of the Los Angeles Zoo and Botanical Gardens...

LAX’s annual Aviation Career Day goes virtual.

On Oct. 28, Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) virtually welcomed more than 500 high school students to LAX Aviation Career Day...

Scenes From a Pandemic: Part 12

Alive! continues its documentation of City employees as they take a multitude of measures to combat the COVID-19 pandemic...

General Services hosts annual Custodian Appreciation Day

On Nov. 1, 2019, General Services held its 21st annual Custodian Appreciation Day and Custodial Service Awards downtown...

Library pays tribute to the namesake of its branch in Watts.

On Aug. 10, representatives of the Library greeted Alma Reaves Woods and wished her a happy 98th birthday – at the library branch named for her...

A Final Shift With His Son

Officer Doug Roach, Central Traffic Division, retired March 4 after 35 years of City service. He reserved his final shift with his son, Officer Brandon Roach, 77th Division...