City Manager Delivers Annual Report to City Council

posted Feb 18, 2016, 5:14 PM by Arabo Parseghian   [ updated Jul 12, 2016, 9:37 AM ]

Press Release

February 17, 2016

Carl Alameda
(818) 790-8880

City Manager Delivers Annual Report to City Council

City reports significant activity in 2015

La Cañada Flintridge, CA – City Manager Mark Alexander delivered his annual report to the City Council on Tuesday, February 16, 2016. Per City ordinance, the City Manager must deliver an annual report to the City Council on the activities and metrics for the different City departments: Administration, Community Development, Finance and Public Works. 

As highlighted in the Annual Report, the City actively worked in 2015 to oppose the proposed SR-710 tunnel expansion and submitted comments on the Draft Environmental Impact Report published by Metro and Caltrans. The City also hosted the first “State of the Stations” event where representatives from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department and Los Angeles County Fire engaged the community on important public safety topics. 

Major capital improvement projects were completed on various LCF roads and significant investments were made at Lanterman Auditorium during 2015. 

The City Manager also reported on a variety of statistics from City Hall. Below are a few highlights: 

Number of Summer Beach Bus rides: 2,749

Number of free LCF Shuttle rides: 33,449

Online service requests processed through “Access LCF”: 149

Number of Dial-a-Ride trips provided to the elderly and disabled: 923

Number of film and still photo permits issued: 63

Number of Public Records Requests processed: 340 

Number of Music-in-the-Park concerts: 15

Issues of the LCF Vista Community Newsletter published: 4 

Number of business licenses issued: 1,809 (1,401 renewals)

Number of calls fielded by the Community Development Department: 8,394

Number of walk-ins helped by the Community Development Department: 4,596

Number of plan checks processed: 1,600

To read the complete report, click here:

“We are pleased with the results of staff’s efforts for 2015,” said Mayor David Spence. “They work hard every day to maintain a high quality of services for the residents of this community, and that is evident in this report.” 

The City is committed to providing a high level of services to residents and preserving the unique quality of life in La Cañada Flintridge. Visit the city website at


Arabo Parseghian,
Feb 18, 2016, 5:14 PM