Housing and Community Investment Department's (HCID) monitoring data from 2014. HCID’s inventory does not include all of the affordable units administered by the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles (HACLA) - HACLA’s portfolio includes 79,379 units, which consist of Public Housing Units, Housing Choice Vouchers, Project Based Section 8 properties and other housing assistance program units. Source: HACLA’s 2016 Final Agency Plan.
The Community Financial Report (CFR) is the report for Main Street — not Wall Street. Making sense of every function and service the City provides shouldn’t require an accounting degree. Our goal is to educate and empower Angelenos on the finances of the City.
Revenue budgets, set in the budget each year, compared to the actual amount of revenue collected.
NOTE: Not all revenues have an expectation set in the City's budget process. Revenues that flow primarily to Special Funds, the Airport, Harbor, and the DWP do not have budgets set during the annual Mayor and Council-led budget process.