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Yes, the following Commissions offer educational scholarship:
Commission for Women: www.LACCW.info Commission on Disabilities: www.LACCOD.org
Yes, the Fish and Wildlife Commission offers grants for programs that encourage the conservation and maintenance of wildlife resources in conjunction with Sections 1801 and 13103 of the California Fish and Game Code. For more information,http://fishandgame.lacountycommissions.info/
No, there is no map available through the Los Angeles County Fish and Wildlife Commission. Please contact the U.S. Forest Service (http://www.fs.fed.us/r5/angeles/maps/). California State Department of Fish and Wildlife (https://www.wildlife.ca.gov) and other local entities that may have jurisdiction over the area in which you plan to use a firearm or bow and arrow for any restriction that may apply to their use.
To apply for a new Business License in Los Angeles County contact the Treasurer-Tax Collector's Business License Office at (213) 974-2011 or log onto: http://ttc.lacounty.gov.
To apply for a new Business License in the City of Los Angeles contact the City of Los Angeles Tax and Permit Division at (213) 485-3951, (213) 485-3960, or log onto: https://myla311.lacity.org/.
To apply for a Charitable Solicitation Permit contact the Business License Commission at (213) 974-7691 or log ontohttp://board.co.la.ca.us/blc/blc_home.htm.
To apply for a City of Los Angeles charitable permit/information card contact Los Angeles Board of Police Commissioners Charitable Services Section at (213) 978-1144, (213) 978-1155, or log onto: http://www.lapdonline.org.
By filing an appeal with the Board of Supervisors. Prior to filing an appeal, it is recommended that you call (213) 974-1426 for information. You can get an appeal form from the Executive Office or at: Ads/Zoning
The Commission for Children and Families is an oversight and advisory commission to the Board of Supervisors concerning issues related to children’s services. For more information, log onto: http://lachildrenscommission.org/. Call 1-800-540-4000 to report child abuse or neglect. Call (213) 974-1234 (Superior Court) if you have questions regarding custody or visitation.
CCJCC stands for Countywide Criminal Justice Coordinating Committee. Their mission is to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of the local criminal justice system by strengthening interagency communication, cooperation and coordination. For more information, log ontohttp://ccjcc.lacounty.gov or call (213) 974-8398.
You can pay for a fishing license at any sporting goods store in California. For more information, call the California Department of Fish and Game at (858) 467-4210 or log onto: https://www.wildlife.ca.gov
The HIV Commission assesses needs, sets priorities and allocates federal funds for the Ryan White CARE Act for Los Angeles County. For more information, log onto: hiv.lacounty.gov. Call (213) 738-2816 for meeting information. The HIV Commission does not provide services.
Call 211 for referrals to emergency housing. (The TTY phone number for the hearing impaired is 1-800-660-4026.) “211 Los Angeles County” is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. For more information, log onto:
Call the Los Angeles County Community Development Commission at 1-800-731-4663 or log onto: www.lacdc.org.
To get a fictitious name statement (commonly known as a DBA), contact the Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk’s Office at (562) 462-2177 or log onto: http://lavote.net/home/county-clerk/fictitious-business-names/general-info. For information on getting a business license, contact the Treasurer-Tax Collector’s Business License Office at (213) 974-2011 or log onto: http://ttax.co.la.ca.us/main.htm.
If your parking violation was received in the City of Los Angeles, call 1-866-561-9742. For other cities, log onto:https://www.lacourt.org/.
Call 1-800-480-3287 or log onto www.edd.ca.gov.
Call 1-800-777-0133 or log onto: www.dmv.ca.gov.
Residents of unincorporated Los Angeles County can contact the Los Angeles County Department of Public Works at (626) 300-4708 or log onto http://www.dpw.lacounty.gov. All other residents: Contact the City Hall of the city in which you live.
“211 Los Angeles County” is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week and is TTY accessible. They provide information on health and human service programs throughout Los Angeles County. To contact them, call 211. The TTY number for the hearing impaired is 1-800-660-4026. For more information, log onto: https://www.211la.org.
Call the Domestic Violence Safety Plan Hotline at 1-800-978-3600. For more information log onto: http://dvcouncil.lacounty.gov/.
Call the Domestic Violence Council at (213) 974-0829 for referrals to free services in your area. More information log onto:http://dvcouncil.lacounty.gov/.