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The Los Angeles City Council approved an amended version of the 2022-2023 Mayor’s Proposed Budget, paving the way for an influx of resources and new programs that will elevate Angelenos in this city’s fiscal year.

Through the budgeting process, the Council has made investments in new and existing programs, with major focuses on community revitalization, climate investments, and homelessness prevention initiatives.

Many critical CD6 programs and services are funded through this fiscal budget. This includes programs to uplift families and decrease poverty, initiatives to help Angelenos build intergenerational wealth through homeownership and ADU development, the Office of Job Quality Stabilization, and Van Nuys Civic Center Improvement Projects.

The Council’s amended budget includes investments, such as:

  • $5M for additional moderate-income homeownership loans
  • $1.2M for new staff to ensure enforcement of anti-tenant harassment laws
  • $100K for the Office of Community Wealth to help end family poverty by 2035
  • $1.6M for homelessness prevention, including the Solid Ground Program
  • $3.2M for the Climate Equity Fund including a program to purchase air purifiers for low-income households, to implement cool pavement programs in areas with high heat scores, provide new insulation and cool roofs to housing in low-income areas with high heat index scores.
  • $19.1M for 13 Child Care Facilities
  • $20K for two Girls Fire Camps
  • $2M for a new ADU program to help low-income families renovate or build ADUs and create intergenerational wealth
  • $1.3M for critical repairs and improvements to the Van Nuys Civic Center and to begin revitalizing unused city parking lots across Van Nuys
  • $2.5M for the Sepulveda Basin Vision Plan