If you live in a PLB Tower, you may have noticed that both front and back doors are now regularly
closed. That’s in preparation for the security improvements that are coming over the next 90
to 120 days.Read on for details - but the TL:DR version of the story is this: We’ve been heard, and in response, PLB management is making changes across the property.
First, cameras are being installed on all external gate, so we cantrack who’s entering and leaving the property.
Second, gate personnel are returning to requiring vehicles entering the property to indicate why they are here. PLB is also updating the parking management system, so we’ll have news on what
to expect regarding processes for admitting visitors in the near future.
Third, major security improvements are being made in the Tower lobbies. That includes the
installation of a security system that will require key fobs for entry. The system will be tied to a
smartphone app that will allow you to “buzz” in guests when they come to visit.
Security cameras are also being installed in the Tower lobbies to help reduce the incidence of
items being dumped in the lobbies, package theft, and other shenanigans. So, if you’re one of
those folks who likes to prop open lobby doors, smoke in front of the doors, or leave your trash in
the lobby - smile! - you’ll be caught on camera.
PLB management requests that residents who have issues with electronic security (disability, lack of smartphone, religious restrictions), or who have questions direct their inquiries towards Aryn Thomez through her assistant, Kay Wright at email@example.com, with a cc: to PLBRA at parklabreaRA@gmail.com.
Looking forward to a more secure neighborhood for us all! #CommunityStrong
Yesterday's fatal knife attack has left us all feeling grief, outrage & shock. While we are thankful that LAPD promptly caught the suspect, we also feel Park La Brea management should do more to support the safety and security of residents. Do you feel the same way? If so, share your views on our Feedback page. We'll use this info to show management how important this is to our residents. We also welcome suggestions for solutions. #Communitystrong