Scenic Los Angeles

Scenic Los Angeles preserves, protects, and enhances the scenic beauty and visual character of Los Angeles.  We work to eliminate sign blight, promote the undergrounding of overhead utility wires, preserve and expand public spaces, and to promote scenic byways.

Latest News

December 2, 2022
Metro Planning Board Removes Billboard Plan from Consent Agenda
Thanks to the hundreds of supporters that took action, the Metro Board slowed its plans to fast-track the approval of nearly 100 new digital billboards in the city.

October 31, 2022
Action Alert: Tell City Council to Stop Fast-Tracking Plans to Install Interactive Kiosks on LA Streets
Last week, the Council’s Trade, Travel, and Tourism Committee approved expediting the installation of 300-500 interactive digital advertising kiosks on our neighborhood streets. Take action now to stop this program from moving forward without public input.

October 14, 2022
Action Alert: METRO Transit Plan Calls for More Screens in LA
Scenic Los Angeles urges Angelenos to take action against METRO Transit Communications Program’s plans to install 56 full-sized digital billboard structures in LA.

October 1, 2022
STAP Street Furniture Program Update
Although City Council voted to approve the deeply flawed street furniture contract with Tranzito-Vector, the fight is not over.

September 17, 2022
Scenic Los Angeles Urges City Council to Address Issues with STAP
Proposed contract raises issues with funding, safety, privacy, equity, environmental impact, and other concerns.

August 25, 2022
STAP Update: Public Works and Budget and Finance Committees Recommend Approval, Meeting Raises More Questions

August 23, 2022
City Council to Hold Joint Meeting of Public Works & Finance Committees to Review STAP Contract and Consider New LA Municipal Code on August 24. Speak out NOW to stop them from selling our streets and sidewalks.
The STAP contract is surging ahead, and we need your help to stop it. Learn how you can take action.

June 22, 2022
PLUM Committee Approves Measure to Add 56 Advertising Structures to Public Rights-of-Way
The PLUM Committee voted swiftly on the measure without considering public input and without any environmental impact or safety studies, despite widespread opposition to the plan.