Naming or Renaming a Community: The City Clerk's Council & Public Services Division receives all requests for Naming or Renaming a Community.
Marijuana Information: City of Los Angeles voters passed Proposition M on March 7, 2017. Proposition M affirms the City Council's power to revise and/or replace Proposition D with new local legislation relating to cannabis and medical cannabis.
City Commission Resources: This page includes a complete list and breakdown of the various City Commissions/Boards by Planning Area, ethnicity, gender, Council District, and demographic composition.
Current Elected Officials (pdf): A list of current elected officeholders, including the date the officeholder assumed office and date their current term expires. The list includes City Councilmembers, citywide elected officials, LAUSD Boardmembers, and the LA Community College District Board of Trustees.
Directory of Employee Organizations (pdf): This Directory lists the names, addresses, telephone numbers, and authorized representatives of employee organizations registered with the City Clerk including Qualified Recognized Organizations, Qualified Organizations, and Qualified Minority Organizations.
Reward Applications: The "Special Reward Payment" application (for reporting hit-and-run suspects) and the Graffiti and Illegal Dumping Reward Application are available here.
City Charter, Codes, and Rules: A number of important governing documents are posted here, including the City Charter, mayoral Executive Directives, the Administrative Code, the Municipal Code, the Election Code, and other City rules and policies.
Council District Public Benefit Trust Fund Report (pdf): The Council District Public Benefits Trust Funds are established for the receipt, retention and disbursement of gifts, contributions, bequests and City fund appropriations for the support of police and community activities within the respective Council Districts.
Foreign Consulate ID Cards (FCICs): Any country that issues consulate identification cards to its citizens or nationals may request that the identification card be accepted as valid identification by the City of Los Angeles. The Office of the City Clerk processes these requests and maintains a current and complete list of approved FCICs.