Learn about the Wildlife Pilot Program
City Planning initiated the Wildlife Pilot Study in 2016 in response to a Motion introduced by City Councilmember Paul Koretz. The Motion called for the Department to create an ordinance with a set of land use regulations that would maintain wildlife connectivity in the city.
Los Angeles benefits from world-class climate, natural spaces, and biodiversity that contribute to the quality of life of its residents. These important resources are mixed in among the city’s homes, businesses, roads, and other infrastructure. By elevating sustainability in the development process, we can support conservation of local plants and animals while building climate resilience, fire safety, and a healthy watershed. READ MORE
Wildlife Ordinance Public Hearing
Wed 07/13/2022, 5:00 pm
The Public Hearing is an opportunity to offer public testimony regarding the proposed Wildlife District Supplemental Use District and Zone Change.