The City of Los Angeles Launched
'Safe Sidewalks LA' to Make
Sidewalks Accessible to Everyone
The Access Request Program makes repairs requested by/for people with a mobility disability who encounter physical barriers such as broken sidewalks, missing/broken curb ramps or other barriers in the public right of way.
The Sidewalk Rebate Program reimburses eligible property owners for a portion of the cost of their sidewalk repair.
Report a Sidewalk Problem allows the general public to report a sidewalk in need of repair.
View the Program's efforts to repair broken sidewalks, install or repair missing/ broken curb ramps, or other barriers in the public right of way.
SAFE SIDEWALKS LA
ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT REPORT
The Final Environmental Impact Report (FEIR) for the Proposed Sidewalk Repair Program Is Now Available. Click here for more information and to view the FEIR.
SAFE SIDEWALKS LA
In December of 2016, the City of Los Angeles launched Safe Sidewalks LA, a 30-year, $1.4 billion program to make sidewalks accessible to everyone. The City of Los Angeles is committed to repairing sidewalks and improving accessibility. However, this is a large undertaking that will take time, effort and resources. Click here to learn more about need and funding, prioritization of repairs, and submitting a request.
NEW INFORMATION ON SIDEWALK ACCESSIBILITY GRIEVANCE POLICY AND PROCEDURES
Members of the Settlement Class may submit grievances or complaints regarding access to the City’s pedestrian rights of way for persons with Mobility Disabilities. Click here to learn more about the Sidewalk Accessibility Grievance Policy and Procedure.
SIDEWALK REPAIR PROGRAM PRIORITIZATION AND SCORING SYSTEM
In January 2018, City Council approved the Sidewalk Repair Program Prioritization and Scoring System under Council File No. 14-0163-S3. Click here to view the final report.