LA County Board of Supervisors to Reopen Board Hearing Room on September 27
LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors announced today that the Board Hearing Room at the Kenneth Hahn Hall of Administration will reopen to the public on Tuesday, September 27.
“After over two years of no constituents being allowed in the board room due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are pleased to have reached a point where we can safely resume in-person dialogue with the public we serve and who have a right to be here. The health of our communities and staff remains a priority, which is why we will continue to uphold safety measures so that we can keep the board room open” said Board Chair, Second District Supervisor Holly J. Mitchell.
Los Angeles County moved from a “medium” to “low” COVID-19 community level on September 1, per the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention community rating system.
As in-person meetings resume, telephonic comment will continue to be available to members of the public.
To ensure the health and safety of those who plan on attending in person, special guidelines will be in place including:
- Masking for all in attendance will be required.
- Enhanced air filtration equipment has been installed in the Board Hearing Room.
- Occupancy will be limited to 100 members of the public.
Members of the media will have a designated seating area and will be able to film interviews in the media room upon request.
Remote or online access to specific government services will continue to be available. Residents can check bos.lacounty.gov website for all upcoming scheduled Board meetings. The Board will continue to meet every other week with the opposite week being designated to closed session.