• The City has gone digital with permits and plan cases submitted after September 2019 are available online, visit ConnectLCF.
    • You may apply for a planning review and building permit online without the need to visit City Hall.
  • The City has a mobile app to be used to submit service requests such as repairing potholes/missed trash pick/etc.
  • There are three residential waste haulers residents can select from.
  • You can pay/contest your parking citation online.
  • Certain streets within the city require a parking permit? Use the online application to see if your street is one and apply for a permit.
  • Recreational vehicle parking on City streets requires an RV Parking Permit.  Apply online.
  • All parks are on first-come, first-serve bases. However, you may reserve Memorial Park through our online Memorial Park permit process.
  • You may need a special event to permit for your private party? Private gatherings which will have a significant impact on public peace and welfare require a Special Event Permit.
  • The City provides Dial-A-Ride services to seniors over the age of 65 and individuals with disabilities. Register today.
  • The City provides summer beach bus to residents at low cost. Learn more about City transportation.
  • The City has a neighborhood watch program to enhance public safety? Are you interested in forming one? Learn more about the Neighborhood Watch Program.
  • Does the City have an authorized list of arborists which residents may select from for their services? These arborists have the necessary licenses to perform work within the City. Use of arborist outside of the list is prohibited. Please find the PDF here.
  • The City offers the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding to those households with low/moderate income. The CDBG is currently allocated funds for two programs:
    • Residential Rehabilitation Program: Provides financial assistance consisting of a grant of up to $15,000 for the performance of eligible repairs on qualified residential property. Repairs can include exterior, or interior painting; repair/replace roofing; repair/replace windows & screens; plumbing repairs; electrical repairs; install smoke detectors; remove handicap barriers; sewer/water line repairs; energy efficiency repairs; remove lead-based paint hazards; electrical repairs; and other eligible repairs
    • Sewer Connection Subsidies: Provides grants, up to $12,000 each to low and moderate-income households. Work is limited to plumbing retrofit and hardscape construction costs associated with the connection of single-family residences to newly constructed sewer lines.
  • The City hosts Music in the Park Concert series every summer beginning on Memorial Weekend.
  • The City partners with the YMCA of Foothills annual for a few weeks of recreational activities at the park.a