Since the COVID-19 pandemic took hold in California in March 2020, the City of Los Angeles has spent much time and money responding to the crisis by serving Angelenos – spearheading testing and vaccination efforts, feeding seniors in need, sheltering those experiencing homelessness, assisting business owners and renters, ensuring public safety, and carrying out other critical tasks to keep residents healthy and secure. While the money being spent by Los Angeles comes from numerous sources – including federal CARES Act funds, the State of California and the City’s General Fund – keeping track of it is necessary to ensure transparency and accountability to taxpayers.

This interactive tracker shows COVID-19-related spending reported to the Controller’s Office by City departments from March 2020 through September 25, 2021. Learn more about the data by hovering over or clicking on the parts of the tracker you wish to explore. The tracker also allows for spending data to be filtered by month.

View and download the City’s COVID-19 spending data. Please note, Port of L.A., LADWP and LAWA expenditures and LAPD salaries are not reflected herein.

Visit Controller Galperin’s COVID-19 Resource Hub for more information about cases and vaccinations and to find services you may need.