Department Of Water and Power
Department of Water and Power General Manager Ron Nichols will step down from his post of three years at the end of the month, Mayor Eric Garcetti announced Thursday.
A busy stretch of road was shut down Saturday after a water main break opened up a hole and caused street flooding, authorities said.
Mayor Eric Garcetti Thursday discussed the new contract deal with the Department of Water and Power union leaders.
The Los Angeles City Council held a public hearing Friday regarding the Department of Water and Power’s contract negotiations.
More than 1,700 Los Angeles Department of Water and Power customers in the Hollywood Hills are were without power Thursday morning.
They key issue, as the mayoral runoff election approaches, may turn out to be the tremendous figures earned by the Department of Water and Power in the midst of hard economic times.
Some utility ratepayers are less than thrilled to foot a $7.5 million bill that will help fund the Children’s Museum of Los Angeles.
Nearly 3,000 residents in Studio City, Northridge, Reseda and Brentwood were reportedly without power Tuesday night.
The Marine Exchange of Southern California Tuesday unveiled a renewable energy makeover for the vessel traffic control tower at the port of Los Angeles.
After failing to collect millions in past-due payments from property owners — including from the husband of one of Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa’s top administrators — the DWP wants to raise rates for water and power on all Angelenos,
Los Angeles residents may soon have to pay more for both water and power. The Department of Water and Power is seeking to raise electric rates by 10.5 percent, while water rates could spike 4.9 percent.
Department of Water and Power customers will soon see a sizeable rate hike on their water bill.
A water tower sprung a leak in Mount Olympus Sunday, a fire captain said.
The Department of Water and Power is raising water rates for Los Angeles customers to help cover costs associated with meeting new federal environmental requirements.
The Department of Water and Power wants to hike Los Angeles utility rates 5 percent, an average $19 over the next three years.