Three or more violations of the Curfew Policy within a 12-month period of time shall constitute a material breach of the Lease Agreement, and shall be sufficient grounds for termination of the Lease Agreement.
The role of a Resident Council is to improve the quality of life and resident satisfaction to create a positive living environment for public housing residents. The Resident Council consists of a democratically governing board elected by the voting membership. Each Resident Council’s goal is to serve as the voice of the housing communities that elect them. Resident Council meetings occur on the 2nd Tuesday of the following months: January, April, July, and October.
The Resident Services Program operates in LACDA public housing developments. The mission is to assist with self-sufficiency and improve the quality of life for over 6,000 children, families, seniors, and persons with disabilities living in public housing through the delivery of quality programs and services. The Resident Services Program offers information and referral (on- and off-site) intake and ongoing assessment, case plan development, crisis intervention, people with disabilities living in public housing through the delivery of quality programs and services, as well as safe and supportive learning environments which serve as an after-school alternative for many at-risk youth living in public housing. For seniors, the Resident Services Program offers case management, home delivered meals, transportation, cultural activities, light exercise, safety and financial workshops, and field trips.