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Newest Constituent Service Center Now Open

A beautiful constituent service center in Lennox, adjacent to the city’s library, is now open.

Since taking office in 2008, the Supervisor has invested more than $13 million to upgrade and create constituent service centers in strategic locations throughout the Second District. The centers, fully staffed and open to the public on weekdays, provide venues for town halls and public meetings on important issues, as well as space for ongoing educational programs for residents. In some locations, county agencies such as the Department of Community and Senior Services are on-site to directly serve residents.

“We need to meet our constituents in their communities,” said Supervisor Ridley-Thomas. “The policy work we do at the Hall of Administration is only part of our mission. By attracting residents to our constituent centers we also create opportunities for members of the community to engage with us and each other, to enable residents to let us know what services they need and how we can help make neighborhoods better.”

services and facilities.


Lennox Library Constituent Service Center

Originally built in 1949, the Lennox Library was the oldest and most outdated library within the County’s Public Library System. The new library will be more than double the size. There will be a children’s section and teen study room, as well as a community meeting room and of course, an adult reading area. There will be nine new public access computers and a community meeting room with seating for 75 people.

Lennox Library Constituent Service Center

  • Located at 4359 Lennox Blvd., Lennox CA 90304
  • Community conference room
  • Teleconference center
  • 10,000 square-foot library
  • Children’s library
  • Teen study room
  • Computer center
  • Supervisor’s staff on-site to serve constituents
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Exposition Park Constituent Service Center

The Exposition Park Constituent Service Center, located adjacent to several popular museums and the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, currently features the largest public meeting space of the centers, which has made it possible to host numerous well-attended events there since its 2011 completion, including a Town Hall meeting with Max Huntsman, the County’s new Inspector General overseeing the Sheriff’s Dept, a round table discussions on stormwater pollution control, LAX rail connection options, a discussion on citizen’s oversight of the Sheriff’s Department and a forum on financing clean energy projects.

Exposition Park Constituent Service Center

  • Located at 700 Exposition Park Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90037
  • Community conference room
  • Teleconference center
  • Environmental Services Center programming
  • Supervisor’s staff on-site to serve constituents
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Florence-Firestone Constituent Service Center

The Florence-Firestone Constituent Service Center, located across the street from the Sheriff’s station, is open from 8:30am to 4:30pm on weekdays. Also, with an on-site outpost of the County Registrar-Recorder’s office, constituents can easily apply for birth certificates, marriage licenses and death certificates without traveling to downtown Los Angeles. The facility also offers constituents free access to computers, fitness facilities and a recreation room.

Florence-Firestone Constituent Service Center

  • Located at 7807 S. Compton Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90001
  • Community conference room
  • Senior meals program
  • Fitness and Recreation Center
  • Free Community Computer Lab
  • Registrar-Recorder
  • Supervisor’s staff on-site to serve constituents
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