INGLEWOOD – The city of Inglewood will hold a Public Hearing Tuesday, January 4, to receive public comment on Ordinance designating certain portion of the city as “Event Zones”.
The zone is designed to regulate certain activities in connection with Super Bowl LVI related events between Feb. 10 – 15.
The city has begun promoting a free three day concert in coordination with Inglewood Unified, and the Taste of Inglewood will also return in the days leading up to Sunday’s event.
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The city has yet to adequately address issues with parking and congestion, and are also grappling with the departure of a half dozen sworn officers in the police department.
Inglewood Mayor James Butts has yet to respond to multiple questions from residents on how the event zone ordinance will impact them in the lead up to the Super Bowl.
According to the city’s website, there is not a Parking and Traffic Commission meeting planned for this month for residents to voice their concerns on the overwhelming amount of traffic that will engross the city in less than six weeks.
Members of the public who wish to address the City Council orally must use the public access option noted below:
> Members of the public may listen and make oral public comments telephonically by dialing:
• Dial-in for Open Session: 1-888-251-2949 or 215-861-0694, using the specific access codes detailed below for the respective City Council Dates:
o January 4, 2022 – Access Code: 4185344# wait 3 seconds and press # again
Written Public Comments: Members of the public may choose to submit comments electronically for consideration by the Inglewood City Council/Successor Agency/Housing Authority/Finance Authority/Parking Authority/Joint Powers Authority (Legislative Body) by sending them to the City Clerk/Secretary at [email protected], and Deputy City Clerk at [email protected].
In the body of the email, please identify the agenda number or subject matter. Correspondence should indicate the meeting date and agenda item. Comments received will be made part of the official public record of the meeting. Contact the Office of the City Clerk at 310-412-5280 with any questions.
Read the staff report by clicking here.