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Introduction | LAFCO reports analyzed the viability of the San Fernando Valley and Hollywood as separate cities. The Rose Institute report examines key.

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2 Introduction | LAFCO reports analyzed the viability of the San Fernando Valley and Hollywood as separate cities. The Rose Institute report examines key factors in municipal decision making: –State Subventions –Federal Subventions –Sales Tax –Redevelopment –Police Expenditure These factors are put in relative context for the 88 cities in Los Angeles County and for selected California cities.

3 State Subventions | State Subventions compared on a per capita basis. Compared to the 87 other cities in Los Angeles County: –City of Los Angeles ranks 19 th for FY –City of Los Angeles ranks 27 th for FY –City of Los Angeles ranks 38 th for FY City of Los Angeles ranks 6 th out of the 7 major California cities compared.

4 State Subventions Per Capita, FY (Top 10 Cities, Bottom 10 Cities, the City of Los Angeles, and the “Average City”) State Subventions |

5 State Subventions Per Capita, FY (Selected Large Cities in California) State Subventions |

6 State Subventions Per Capita versus Percent of State Population, FY (Selected Large Cities in California) State Subventions |

7 Federal Subventions | Federal Subventions compared on a per capita basis. Compared to the 87 other cities in Los Angeles County: –City of Los Angeles ranks 9 th for FY –City of Los Angeles ranks 7 th for FY –City of Los Angeles ranks 9 th for FY City of Los Angeles ranks 4 th out of the 7 large California cities compared.

8 Federal Subventions Per Capita, FY (Top 20 Cities) Federal Subventions |

9 Federal Subventions Per Capita, FY (Selected Large Cities in California) Federal Subventions |

10 Federal Subventions Per Capita versus Percentage of State Population, FY (Selected Large Cities in California) Federal Subventions |

11 Sales Tax | The City of Los Angeles is in the bottom half of Los Angeles County cities in sales tax revenue earned per capita. Sales tax growth per capita is slower in Los Angeles than countywide. Per capita sales tax revenue in the City of Angeles is a lower percentage of personal income than in most other cities in the County. Gross receipt tax on retail businesses in the City of Los Angeles is the highest in Los Angeles County.

12 Sales Tax Per Capita as a Percentage of Income Per Capita, FY (Selected Cities in the County of Los Angeles) Sales Tax |

13 2001- Gross Sales Per: City Name $200,000 sales receipts $500,000 sales receipts $1,000,000 sales receipts $2,000,000 sales receipts Los Angeles$295.86$739.86$1,479.86$2, Bell$260.00$566.00$850.00$2, Beverly Hills$250.00$625.00$1,250.00$2, Santa Monica$250.00$625.00$1,250.00$2, Inglewood$220.00$550.00$1,100.00$2, Culver City$245.00$545.00$1,045.00$2, South Gate$245.00$545.00$1,045.00$2, Hawthorne$220.00$420.00$1,020.00$2, Huntington Park$200.00$500.00$1,000.00$2, Irwindale$513.00$1,356.00$1,703.00$1, San Fernando$260.00$620.00$1,220.00$1, Montebello$172.00$283.00$570.00$1, Gardena$150.00$300.00$550.00$1, Pomona$178.25$328.25$578.25$ West Hollywood$96.00$240.00$480.00$ Gross Receipts Tax on Retail Businesses (15 cities with highest gross receipts tax levels in LA County) Sales Tax |

14 Redevelopment | A key indicator of municipal decision maker priorities. Redevelopment activity in the City of Los Angeles heavily focused on the downtown area. Comparatively little redevelopment activity in the San Fernando Valley.

15 Redevelopment Tax Increment, FY through (Areas of the City of Los Angeles) Redevelopment |

16 Redevelopment Expenditure, FY through (Areas of the City of Los Angeles) Redevelopment |

17 Redevelopment Expenditure Per Capita, FY through (Select Cities in Los Angeles County) Redevelopment |

18 Redevelopment Expenditure Per Capita, FY through (Select Large Cities in California) Redevelopment |

19 Police | Key indicator of priorities of municipal decision makers. The City of Los Angeles ranks 10 th out of the 88 cities in Los Angeles County in per capita police expenditure. Per capita police expenditure is lower in the San Fernando Valley than the rest of the City of Los Angeles.

20 Police Expenditure Per Capita, (Top 20 Cities) Police | City NamePolice Exp Per Capita Vernon$86, Industry$6, Irwindale$3, Beverly Hills$ El Segundo$ Signal Hill$ Culver City$ Santa Fe Springs$ Santa Monica$ Los Angeles$ Commerce$ Manhattan Beach$ Pasadena$ Long Beach$ Hawthorne$ Hermosa Beach$ West Hollywood$ Torrance$ Burbank$ Palos Verdes Estates$228.41

21 Police Expenditure Per Capita, FY through FY (Area of the City of Los Angeles) Police |

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