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The following resources are freely available resources for city or county agencies. Do you need information specific to Los Angeles related to housing or employment? You may consider of of these resources.
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Known as the Hub City because of its location in nearly the exact geographical center of Los Angeles County, the City of Compton is one of the oldest cities in the county and the eighth to incorporate.
The five-member Board of Supervisors, created by the state Legislature in 1852, is the governing body of the County of Los Angeles. Along with the Board, the voters of LA County elect an Assessor, District Attorney, and Sheriff. As a subdivision of the state, the County is charged with providing numerous services that affect the lives of all residents.
By collecting and analyzing data from numerous sources, we're able to create detailed, informative profiles of all cities in the United States. From crime rates to weather patterns, you can find the data you're looking for on City-Data.com
RAND California provides a variety of information about the state of California.
California Statistics: statistical tables on business and economics, population and demographics, education, health, government finance, and politics and public opinion. Online Library: information and links to publications from leading California public policy and research institutions. California Policy Bulletins: summaries of state government news, published twice monthly (generally on the second and fourth Mondays) when the state legislature is in session and occasionally during other periods.
The CA.gov portal serves as the front door to all State department websites, providing immediate access to major topic areas, news, hundreds of online services, and millions of pages of web content. Links to local help directories are provided on the homepage.
Includes link to the Criminal Justice Statistics Center.
Also check state and national sources for Los Angeles-specific statistics. For example, the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics provides current umemployment and related estimates for the Los Angeles MSA.