Day Labor Course at LATTCThe Day Labor Resource Centers Program in the City of Los Angeles is a public safety program, which allows persons seeking casual labor work to safely congregate and be matched with employers seeking temporary workers.

The Day Labor Resource Center program provides fixed hiring centers in selected areas of the City where persons participating in the casual labor force can safely congregate to solicit employment from residents and businesses seeking day labor. As such, these centers provide a valuable community service to residents, merchants, and others to feel comfortable and safe with the practice of seeking work in public. A Day Labor Resource Center provides a safe space away from traffic and busy streets, decreasing the potential for an accident and provides basic amenities to day laborers such as water, coffee, bread, lavatories, waste disposal, benches and shade. There are no fees to employers or day laborers to utilize the services at any site.

Resource Center Locations

Harbor City

Harbor City Location Google Map Link 1301 North Figueroa
Harbor City 90744

Open Tuesday - Saturday

North Hollywood

This location will be closed from April 2019 to November 2019, for renovations. Day laborers, employers, and other community members should visit the Van Nuys Day Labor Center in the interim.


Hollywood Location Google Map Link 5661 West DeLongpre Ave
Los Angeles 90028

Open Tuesday - Saturday

Downtown/Fashion District

Downtown LA Location Google Map Link 121 East Pico Blvd
Los Angeles 90015

Open Monday - Friday


Westlake Location Google Map Link 1675 Wilshire Blvd
Los Angeles 90017

Open Monday - Friday

Cypress Park

Cypress Park Location Google Map Link 2055 North Figueroa
Los Angeles 90065

Open Tuesday - Saturday

Van Nuys

Van Nuys Location Google Map Link 8250 Balboa Place
Van Nuys 91406

Open Monday - Friday
YPI Website

The program is administered by the Economic & Workforce Development Department. Three City contractors currently operate the sites: Two contractor staff members supervise the workers congregating at the site. The staff is responsible for ensuring that the site is safe, clean, drug and alcohol free and violence free. Each site has a system to fairly dispatch jobs.

Staff also provides community outreach services. The outreach services are designed to bring the day laborers and employers to the site, coordinate with the businesses that attract the day laborers, and work with community members and organizations to address local issues and concerns related to the presence of day laborers. Basic amenities such as water, coffee, bread, sanitary facilities, and shelter are provided on-site. Site staff coordinates various on-site activities. On-site activities and services are also provided through volunteers, religious and community organizations.

The in-kind activities and services provided vary based on availability, and can include English as a Second Language classes; legal counseling regarding immigration and employment issues; HIV awareness, education and referral for testing; medical examinations, alcohol, drugs and sexual diseases counseling and referrals; referral to various other services; clothing and food. The day laborers are encouraged to volunteer and participate in various community activities, including community cleanup programs and civic involvement.