Adel H. Hagekhalil, P.E.
Executive Director and General Manager
Bureau of Street Services (StreetsLA)
The Bureau of Street Services was recently branded "StreetsLA" and is part of the Department of Public Works family responsible for preserving, protecting, maintaining, and renewing the City of Los Angeles' (City) street network and urban forest. This includes our streets' sidewalks, bikeways, trees, and medians. The men and women of StreetsLA are committed to providing high-quality, efficient, and equitable services across our great city and communities. We strive to build our services around integration, innovation, and inclusion.
- Did you know that StreetsLA...
- Is the second largest Bureau within the Department of Public Works?
- Has an annual budget of approximately $210 Million for fiscal year 2019-2020?
- Manages the largest municipal Street Preservation Program in the nation?
- Preserves and maintains the largest municipal Urban Forest in the country?
- Takes care of approximately 300 acres of median islands and parkways?
- Maintains the largest and most congested municipal street network in the nation?
- Repairs potholes reported to 311 within 3 business days (on average)?
- Provides neighborhood support to approximately 99 Neighborhood Councils?
- Receives approximately 200,000 requests for service per year?
- Owns two municipal asphalt plants that recycle the asphalt removed from the streets?
- Uses a rubberized slurry seal that recycles approximately 100,000 waste tires per year?
- Enforces more than one hundred Local Ordinances, State Laws, and Board of Public Works regulations?
- Enforces the Annual Weed Abatement Ordinance?
- Issues a variety of permits related to street use and trees?
- Recycles 100% of their green waste?
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