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About the Los Angeles Board of Water and Power Commissioners

Our Board of Commissioners oversees and sets policy for the nation’s largest municipal utility serving more than 4 million residents of Los Angeles, its businesses, and visitors. The Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) supports the growth and vitality of the City of Los Angeles, its residents, businesses, and the communities it serves by providing safe, reliable, and cost-effective water and power in a customer-focused and environmentally responsible manner.

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Board Meetings

The Board meets regularly on the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 10:00 a.m. Currently, the Board is observing physical distancing measures in accordance with CA Gov. Newsom's order for COVID-19 prevention.

Board Updates

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Suspending Water and Power Shutoffs in Extreme Weather

LADWP Board of Commissioners Approves Motion Suspending Water and Power Shutoffs for Non-Payment During L.A. Extreme Heatwaves and Cold Weather.

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Project Powerhouse Supports Affordable Housing Development in Los Angeles

The Board’s “Project PowerHouse” pilot program would end the requirement that developers of 100% affordable housing pay for power infrastructure upgrades and implement plans for faster power design services for affordable housing builders to align LADWP policy with Mayor Karen Bass’s homeless and affordable housing priorities.

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Board Projects & Initiatives

The Board of Water and Power Commissioners are committed to helping build a stronger Los Angeles through various projects and initiatives, including job creation, economic development, sustainability and equity.

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Project Powerhouse

LADWP is proud to align its policies and initiatives with the priorities of Mayor Bass’s Inside Safe Initiative to increase housing production in LA.

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LADWP Cares: Keeping Utility Bills Affordable

An expected $300 million will be used to reduce customer utility debt for over 250,000 customers.

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Project Powerhouse

LADWP is proud to align its policies and initiatives with the priorities of Mayor Bass’s Inside Safe Initiative to increase housing production in LA.

Learn More
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LADWP Cares: Keeping Utility Bills Affordable

An expected $300 million will be used to reduce customer utility debt for over 250,000 customers.

Learn More
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Project Powerhouse

LADWP is proud to align its policies and initiatives with the priorities of Mayor Bass’s Inside Safe Initiative to increase housing production in LA.

Learn More