The City of Los Angeles Emergency Management Department supports the City of Los Angeles' sister city, the City of Inglewood. We take pride in the teamwork needed to successfully host the biggest party of the year– Super Bowl LVI.
While visiting football fans and residents prepare for this exciting event, multiple jurisdictions, government entities and private partners are coming together to provide everyone with information to make each experience at Super Bowl LVI safe, fun and memorable. This is what we call "Unified LA"! Countless engaging experiences await you in the City of Los Angeles and neighboring areas. Be sure to visit unifiedla.lacity.org for “Know Before You Go” tips and updates regarding public safety to make your visit to our hometown as seamless and accessible as possible.
Super Bowl Experience presented by Lowe’s is set to open to the public on February 5th at the Los Angeles Convention Center, but all roads lead to Super Bowl 56 which will be played at SoFi Stadium in the City of Inglewood on Sunday, February 13th.
From public safety and utilities management, to public information and emergency medical response, over a dozen City of Los Angeles entities are working around the clock to ensure that YOU – our Most Valuable Player – receive the red carpet treatment you deserve.
Score a touchdown for the win by following @UnifedLA on social media platforms… and while you’re on your mobile device, text “INGSB” to 888777 for public safety information on the go.
Don’t get blindsided, celebrate Super Bowl LVI as a true champion by following UnifiedLA’s playbook.