The LAPD's Jeopardy Foundation learned Wednesday that two other youth-oriented organizations will share its northeast Valley facility, officials said.
Before the end of the year, the one-story building at 11844 Glenoaks Blvd. will house Valley Youth Initiative, which operates a job skills training program for youth, and Los Angeles County Juvenile Traffic Court.
"Today we are bringing together complementary youth-oriented programs right here in the San Fernando Valley," said Los Angeles City Councilman Alex Padilla, whose district includes the northeast Valley.
The council approved a proposal Wednesday for the two nonprofit organizations to rent city-owned office space at a minimal charge, said David Gershwin, Padilla's press secretary.