Community Budget Survey: 2017-2018
As a member of the City's Budget and Finance Committee, Councilmember Blumenfield is very focused on improving efficiency, increasing accountability and transparency. While Los Angeles continues to make progress on those fronts, tough decisions are inherent in efforts to address these challenges.

In order to help me with these tough decisions, please rank your budget priorities below:

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Fire services (including emergency medical services, fire prevention and suppression)
Very Low
Very High
Police services (crime suppression and investigation, patrol services and traffic enforcement)
Very Low
Very High
Improved infrastructure (sidewalks, streets, public transit)
Very Low
Very High
Livable neighborhoods (library, arts and cultural programs, recreation and parks)
Very Low
Very High
Service Programs (programs for seniors, job training services, homeless services)
Very Low
Very High
Environmental sustainability (watershed protection, solar and other green power programs, recycling and landfill diversion)
Very Low
Very High
Fiscal sustainability (eliminating deficits, consolidation of services, seeking to back new expenditures with new revenues)
Very Low
Very High
Recently, Councilmember Blumenfield has introduced several motions regarding public safety and finding solutions to crime issues. Please rank what is most important to you by marking the appropriate column (Column 1 for most important, Column 2 for important, Column 3 for least important).
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Facing 'Knock Knock' Burglaries- His recent motion created a reward for information leading to the identification, aprehension and conviction of Knock Knock burglars.
Targeting Gang Activity in the West Valley- A recent report from LAPD and the Mayor's office, that Councilmember Blumenfield requested, showed that gang activity has risen in the West Valley.
Upgrading the Technological Infrastructure for LAPD- This would help upgrade the non-emergency lines and grow the other ways you can connect with LAPD.
In terms of public safety resources, which do you think is more important.
As a part of last year’s budget, the City Council approved $138 million for the City’s Comprehensive Homeless Strategy and the voters recently approved a bond measure. The City strategy has five core pillars, Promoting a “No Wrong Door” Approach, Growing the Coordinated Entry System (CES), Creating New Facilities, Housing First, and Rapid Re-Housing. Which approach is most important to you?
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From time to time, Councilmembers are granted discretion to direct small amounts of City funds for targeted projects in the district. Of the following options, which would be your top priority for the use of discretionary dollars in the 3rd Council District?
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What is your top priority for the City’s budget?
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