Posted on 03/25/2022
On Tuesday, the Los Angeles City Council adopted a report from the Planning and Land Use Management (PLUM) Committee to transition the LA Al Fresco Program into a permanent program. The Al Fresco Program was created during the spring of 2020. The program allows businesses to utilize private parking lots, sidewalks, and street parking spaces to serve customers. The goal of the program is to help restaurants serve customers in a safer manner by dining outdoors. The PLUM report asks various departments to report on outdoor dining provisions and asks the City Attorney to present an ordinance to make the Al Fresco Program permanent. Click here for more.