Office of Community Beautification Launches New Website

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The City of Los Angeles Board of Public Works Office of Community Beautification (OCB) announced today the launch of its newly designed website at www.laocb.org. The new website was developed to further improve access to information, public services, and resources on beautification in Los Angeles.
 
“The Office of Community Beautification is evolving and with that comes a digital refresh to modernize and update the content of the website, improve functionality, and inspire excitement about beautifying our communities,” said Los Angeles Board of Public Works Vice President Aura Garcia. “The new website is informative and easy to navigate for our constituents who are interested in building a cleaner, greener, and more sustainable City.”
 
Visitors to the new website will experience a clean and intuitive design that incorporates enhanced content and photos to highlight the organization’s work in the community. The new website also offers a seamless, mobile-friendly experience for users to access information and contact community coordinators on any device from any location.    
 
“Our newly redesigned website provides information about our programs and services to the community in a more user-friendly and accessible way,” said Office of Community Beautification Director Paul Racs. “We’re excited to further engage with Angelenos on beautification efforts and to have a new platform to showcase the work that we are doing in neighborhoods all throughout Los Angeles.”
 
The new website includes program information, frequently asked questions, contact directory, events, and resources. Additionally, a new feature added to the website provides up-to-date statistics on the number of trash bags collected, clean up events, and square footage of graffiti removed in the City of Los Angeles.
 
Keep Los Angeles Beautiful (KLAB), an affiliate of the nation’s largest community improvement nonprofit organization Keep America Beautiful, is also featured with a tab on the homepage that leads to details about the community cleanup initiative and annual Beautification Conference that are part of the Beautify Los Angeles Campaign. This week, Vice President Garcia, Racs, and OCB Community Coordinator Karina Casillas are representing KLAB in Memphis, Tennessee for the annual Keep America Beautiful National Conference, where they presented on creating successful community revitalization projects through partnerships with local leaders in the private, public, and nonprofit sectors with a shared passion for beautifying Los Angeles.
 
To begin exploring OCB’s new website, visit www.laocb.org.

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