In a special meeting on December 21st, the Culver City City Council directed city staff to draft an anti-camping law.
Additionally, Mayor Vera directed the city to declare a state of emergency for homelessness. The city council will vote on a motion on January 9th.
The actions represent a shift in Culver City’s plans to address the homelessness crisis.
Los Angeles City Council Votes to Ban Homeless Encampments Near Schools Homelessness, Public Safety This week, the Los Angeles City Council voted 11-3 in favor of an ordinance to ban homeless encampments within 500 feet of schools and childcare facilities. The ordinance received a 10-1 vote last month with Councilmember Mike Bonin being the lone…Read More