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Enforcement of COVID-19 Regulations on Large Gatherings
Mayor Garcetti authorized the Department of Water to shut off power to properties that hosted large gatherings several times during the pandemic. As more cases have been surging across the state and county, these parties can act as “super-spreader events”, attended by younger “super-spreader people”. These tighter regulations come following high-profile large parties that occurred at a mansion on Mulholland Drive. To report violations, email SaferAtHome.Compliance@lacity.
Enforcement of COVID-19 Regulations
Both the City and County remain committed to prioritizing the safety of Angelenos during this time. As such, the City is working with business and community partners to ensure the requirements and regulations for operations within the City’s Safer at Home Order are being observed. If you witness a business that is in violation of requirements for operation, please feel free to report that potential violation within the City’s complaint portal. All reported potential violations will be reviewed by the City Attorney’s office. While responding City personnel will always start by educating businesses that are found in violation of any operating protocols or requirements, businesses found to be repeat violators will be subject to progressive enforcement penalties, ranging from citation, to fines, to DWP shut off. In addition to business violations, the complaint portal can also be used to file complaints related to misuse of parks or public space, violations within skilled nursing facilities, construction sites, or landlords.