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Zoning & Its Application


  • 250 South Broadway Los Angeles, CA, 90012 United States (map)

How are your rights as a Los Angeles citizen, resident, and public body affected by zoning application? Zoning is not simply the regulation of land use and building codes. It's application as law also impacts individual and collective rights and services, private and public land ownership, and the social and political make-up of the city of Los Angeles.

M&A, Rosten Woo, and the LA Poverty Department (LAPD) present a two-month long series of public programs around questions of zoning and its application. The conversations and workshops are the launch of Rosten Woo and LAPD's “Back 9", a playable miniature golf course themed on the re-zoning of LA and its consequences as its first application is in downtown LA. The mini golf course is set to open in the Skid Row Museum and Archives in May and performances by LAPD will take place in June.

Eric Lyle - What does Community Control Look like in the New Trump Era?

Feb. 21, 7-9 PM

Jonathan Crisman - Know Your Property Rights!

March 4, 1-3 PM

Rosten Woo - What is Zoning?

March 11, 3-5 PM

LA DCP's Bryan Eck and Tal Harari present Rezoning Skid Row

March 18, 3-5 PM

Earlier Event: February 17
In and Out of Pictures