LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
Get big ideas for your community in the creative capital of the world. From cutting-edge infrastructure and skilled workforce development programs to dynamic cultural experiences and iconic landmarks, Los Angeles has something for everyone.
Economic & Community Development
Los Angeles has the second largest economy in the nation. You can find it all in L.A.—incredible entertainment, iconic sites and exclusive events, a range of cutting-edge restaurants, and it’s an international trading hub.
The city is currently working on 28 road, transit and bicycle and pedestrian projects. The Los Angeles Port—the largest port complex in the U.S. and the Los Angeles Airport (LAX)—one of the top 10 busiest airports—are both owned by the city and significantly contribute to the success of the economy.
Labor Market & Workforce
As the largest manufacturing hub in America, international trade is a major contributor to the economy supporting nearly 300,000 jobs in the city. L.A. is also headquarters to well-known Fortune 500 companies ranging in industries from—CBRE Group to Reliance Steel & Aluminum.
Los Angeles is very proactive on climate issues and is on track to exceed California’s state-mandated renewable portfolio standard. With ambitious climate targets, the city is expected to source 55% of electricity from renewable energy by 2030.