Summer is nearly upon us, bringing the return of filming restrictions for L.A. County Beaches. All Los Angeles County Beaches will be off-limits for weekend filming beginning this Saturday, May 16th through Sunday, September 6th. This year the Department of Beaches and Harbors has also announced that no beach filming may take place on Friday, May 22rd, in anticipation of Memorial Day Weekend Continue reading Summer Filming Restrictions for L.A. County Beaches
The Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) has revised its schedule of fees to film or park at District-owned locations. A copy of the revised fee schedule is attached to this alert and will soon appear the FilmL.A. website, The new rates will take effect June 1, 2015. Continue reading LAUSD to Increase Filming Fees; New Fee Schedule Effective June 1, 2015
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors approved the latest in a series of planned film fee increases from the Department of Public Works. Continue reading New LA County Road Fees to Take Effect July 1, 2015
Please be advised, a construction project is set to begin on the 6th Street Bridge and surrounding areas which will result in several bridge and road closures. Closures of surrounding areas will go into effect within the next few weeks, with demolition of the bridge starting in August 2015. The overall project is scheduled to last well into the year 2018. Continue reading Construction Set to Begin August 2015: 6th Street Viaduct
The 26th Annual Fiesta Broadway celebration is scheduled to take place on Sunday, April 26th 2015. In preparation for this event, the Department of Transportation (DOT) will begin closing roadways at 12 noon on April 25th. Roadways will not re-open until 5am on April 27th.
FilmL.A. has been informed that two long-term construction projects will take place in the City of Santa Monica, the first is the Colorado Esplanade Project and the second is the California Incline Renovation Project. Please note that there will be a significant amount of traffic and noise in and around the affected areas. Permits for production related activity and/or parking in the affected areas will be reviewed and approved on a case-by-case basis. Construction areas are listed below:
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