The LA Fashion District BID worked with
Central City Association (CCA) on a custom Fashion District page for their launch of
DTLA Insights --
an interactive data portal focused on DTLA that provides concrete numbers and statistics to measure progress. This data portal will be used to showcase information supporting advocacy priorities and communication of the BIDs impact in the LA Fashion District and DTLA.
Our neighbors at the
Downtown Center BID are conducting their biennial survey, asking for your thoughts on the future of Downtown LA. From shopping and entertainment to community and quality of life issues, this is your opportunity to share what matters most to you about DTLA.
Please take about 10 minutes to share your feedback and be entered to win a $500 staycation package, a $200 spa experience, dinner and a movie at The Bloc, or one of a dozen local giveaways.
Also, in recognition of the significant impact women business owners have made on the Los Angeles economy and quality of life, Mayor Eric Garcetti and City Council declared November 19th to be
Women's Entrepreneurship Day in Los Angeles. The goal of this celebration is to inspire, empower, and catalyze diverse, yet like-minded individuals, agencies, and organizations to help women-owned businesses realize their full potential. The event will be held on November 19th at City Hall, South Lawn from 9am - 2pm.
The LA City Council approved a motion last week to add a 2-way bike lane to Main Street, instructing LADOT to change an existing plan to construct a 1-way lane. The 2-way bike lane is part of Councilman Jose Huizar's
Main and Spring Forward project. The 2-way bike lane on Main Street will promote better traffic flow and increase safety for bicyclists and pedestrians.
Park(ing) Day L.A. 2019 Round-Up
The Fashion District BID, along with several local businesses and community partners, hosted 4 pop-up parks in Downtown LA.