Welcome to the Board of Public Works
The Board of Public Works governs the Department of Public Works and is comprised of a five-member full-time executive team that is committed to delivering projects and programs that enhance quality of life, economic growth, public health and the environment to all Angelenos.
Meet the Commissioners
Agenda and Archive Services
Download agendas and/or journals
Subscribe to agenda via e-mail
Listen to Meetings in Progress & Archived Recordings of Meetings (after 2013)
Recordings of Meetings (2011-2013)
View Board of Public Works Meetings Schedule
Reports of Outstanding and Released Stop Notices
Resources for Department of Public Works Employees
Job opportunities with the Department of Public Works
Board of Public Works Offices
The Board Secretary and staff are collectively known as the Commission Secretariat. The Secretariat, with seven clerical employees, prepares agendas, journals, and minutes of Board meetings and provides for permanent accessibility to these records.
The Office accounts for all financial transactions, accumulates and records project and program costs, bills and collects revenue from the public and governmental agencies for City services.
By utilizing OCB services, participants improve their environment while building partnerships with the City of Los Angeles.
The glitz and glamour of this industry often get attention when the real showstopper is the high paying middle class jobs that support film and television.
The Board of Public Works Petroleum Administrator oversees the new Office of P&N/G Administration and Safety.
Community Forest Advisory Committee: A healthy, safe and enduring Los Angeles community forest ecosystem for the enjoyment and well being of all.
Project Restore is a public-private partnership and nonprofit organization, which works to preserve and protect historic City of Los Angeles buildings...
The City Forest Officer manages LA's urban forest across departments while developing an Urban Forestry Management Plan with a focus on equity.
The CEMO is guided by principles of environmental justice, collaborates with City departments and engages with frontline communities.