Planning Commission: Bike Parking Ordinance

Now that all your public comments have been submitted, the Bike Parking Ordinance is scheduled to be presented before the Planning Commission next week.

When: Thursday, May 12; 10 AM

Where: LA City Hall – 200 N. Spring Street, Los Angeles

View the draft ordinance here.

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