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LA 2050



Together, shaping the future
of Los Angeles.

LA2050 unites citizens, stakeholders, and organizations to address our region’s toughest challenges. LA2050 is rooted in a vision of a successful Los Angeles—a healthy, thriving, and desirable place to live.

LA2050 looks at the health of the region as it exists today along eight well-defined indicators: education, income & employment, housing, public safety, health, environmental quality, social connectedness, and arts & cultural vitality. And we’ve made informed projections about where we’ll be in the year 2050 if we continue on this current path.

The condition of Los Angeles today matters because who we are and how we live now sets us on a course for who we will be and how we will live tomorrow. We are confident that with your help, we will shape the LA story anew – and build the LA2050 of our aspirations.

Explore LA2050.
Follow the stories of these eight indicators.
Then join us to shape and build the future of Los Angeles.


Education is fundamental to human development and has significant effects on an individual’s ability to achieve a high quality of life across many indicators. There are clear disparities in educational opportunities for our students.

Explore Education

Environmental Quality

Los Angeles’ water sources are in danger, park access is lacking for many of us, and the poorest air quality is concentrated near low-income communities of color.

Explore Environmental Quality


Too many Angelenos are uninsured, and there are striking disparities in health outcomes based on race, class, and geographic location.

Explore Health

Arts & Cultural Vitality

The arts and cultural scene in Los Angeles is thriving. The creative industries attract a steady pool of artists and creatives, and the region is home to a variety of institutions training the next generation of arts professionals.

Explore Arts & Cultural Vitality

Income & Employment

Los Angeles’ divided economic system creates a society of haves and have-nots. Too many families are struggling to get by, and the high unemployment rate makes the region a less attractive place to settle.

Explore Income & Employment


Affordable housing in Los Angeles is out of reach for many of our families, with too many low- and middle-income households spending too much for their homes.

Explore Housing

Public Safety

Crime rates are at historic lows throughout the county. Still, the experience of crime and perceptions of safety vary widely along racial and socioeconomic lines.

Explore Public Safety

Indicator Ratings

This is how we measure the condition of each indicator.


Significantly hinders human development

Hinders human development

Enhances human development

Significantly enhances human development

My LA2050 Challenge

Who should get $1,000,000 to shape and build the future of Los Angeles?


Voir http://myla2050.maker.good.is/, http://www.la2050.org/ et http://www.goldhirshfoundation.org/la2050/


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