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Veterans Advisory Commission

2615 S. Grand Ave., Ste. 100, Los Angeles 90007
Phone (213)744-4827

Formed in 1973 to study, advise, and recommend to the Board of Supervisors on special problems relating to veterans within the County. Composed of 10 veterans appointed by the Board of Supervisors and meets the second Wednesday of each month.

Veterans Advisory Commission

2615 S. Grand Ave., Ste. 100, Los Angeles 90007
Phone (213)744-4827

Formed in 1973 to study, advise, and recommend to the Board of Supervisors on special problems relating to veterans within the County. Composed of 10 veterans appointed by the Board of Supervisors and meets the second Wednesday of each month at Bob Hope Patriotic Hall.

Veterans Counseling Services

(See Military and Veterans Affairs)

Veterinary Public Health

(See Birds, Dead; See Animal Bites/Rabies)

Veterinary Public Health/Rabies Control Program
Public Health, Department of
313 N. Figueroa St, Rm. 1127, Los Angeles 90012
Phone (213) 989-7060
Fax: (213) 481-2375
Hotline to report dead birds/rabies (877) 747-2243
E-mail: vet@ph.lacounty.gov

Coordinates rabies control in Los Angeles County. Handles animal bite investigations and imposes quarantines on biting animals. Collects and tests dead birds for West Nile Virus and investigates bird die-offs. Investigates reported animal diseases and outbreaks. Collaborates with other investigative agencies.

Volunteer / Internship Program

Consumer Affairs, Volunteer / Internship Program (213) 974-9740
Human Resources, Veterans’ Internship Program (VIP) (213) 893-7810, Administrative Internship Program (213) 893-7810, Community-Based Enterprise Education Program, Internship Program (213) 893-7810.

 

Volunteer Program

Chief Executive Office
Rm. B-1, Kenneth Hahn Hall of Administration
500 W. Temple St., Los Angeles 90012
Phone (213) 974-0187 or (213) 974-2619
Fax: (213) 633-4694
Website: http://ceo.lacounty.gov/wpp/volunteer.htm

County residents may volunteer for various County programs and projects.

Voter Fraud Hotline

Phone (800) 815-2666 (option 3)

Voting

Registrar-Recorder/County Clerk -
Election Headquarters
12400 Imperial Hwy., Norwalk 90650
Phone (562) 466-1310
Website: www.lavote.net

Requirements for registering to vote:

You may register to vote if you are a citizen of the United States, will be at least 18 years of age at the time of the next election, and are not in prison or on parole for a felony violation.
Information on elections, voter registration, absentee ballots, deputy registrars, precinct officers, polling places, candidate filing and campaign financial statements.

Polling place location (800) 815-2666 (option 1)
Voter registration/Sample ballot inquiries (800) 815-2666 (option 2)
Voter Fraud Hotline (800) 815-2666 (option 3)
Election Information (800) 815-2666 (option 4)
or (562) 466-1310
Registering to vote (800) 815-2666 (option 5)
Absentee (vote by mail) ballots (800) 815-2666 (option 6)
or (562) 466-1323
Pollworker information or to offer
home as polling location
(800) 815-2666 (option 7) 
or (562) 462-2509
Candidate nomination procedures (562) 462-2317
Campaign finance disclosure (562) 462-2339
Multilingual (800) 481-VOTE
Voter Registration Request Line (800) 481-VOTE
(24 hours, seven days)                  
TTY (Hearing Impaired) (562) 462-2259

Re-registration:

If you have moved, changed your name or wish to change your political party affiliation, you must re-register.

When to register:

Eligibility to vote in an upcoming election requires that a person be registered 15 days prior to the date of the election.

Where to register:

Registration-by-mail forms are available throughout Los Angeles County, including most County buildings, city halls, fire stations, libraries, state motor vehicle offices, public assistance offices (DPSS, WIC), banks and post offices. For information, visit the website at www.lavote.net or call the Registrar of Voters at (800) 815-2666 weekdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., or the Voter Registration Request Line (800) 481-VOTE, 24 hours a day, seven days a week for a registration-by-mail form.

Primary Election Day:

Presidential and Statewide primary elections are held on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in June of even-numbered year, alternating every two years (i.e. June 2012 Presidential, June 2014 Statewide).

General Election Day:

Presidential and Statewide general elections are held on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November of even-numbered years, alternating every two years (i.e. November 2012 Presidential, November 2014 Statewide).