Welcome to the Technology Services Department's website. Our mission is to provide communication and information systems and technical support services to City government and the public to enhance their ability to provide the highest level of service at the lowest possible cost..
Our Department's strategic objectives are to:
Enable easy access to information and services
Provide a fast and reliable communications infrastructure
Enhance workforce productivity by providing cost effective technology and training
Invest in research and development to ensure departments are using the best technology to achieve their missions
City of Long Beach Recognized as Top Ten Digital City for the Third Consecutive Year
The City of Long Beach was recently recognized by the Center for Digital Government as a leader in using technology to improve service. (More)
City Cable Television Channel
LBTV, the City's cable channel, was voted California's best government channel in 2014 by SCAN NATOA. Watch our award winning channel connecting you to Long Beach, LBTV.
Contact Technology Services
Email us at email@example.com if you cannot find the Department information that you are looking for on this website, or call (562) 570-6455.
More Video Cameras Added to LBCOP
This summer more than 60 cameras in the downtown and convention center areas were added to LBCOP, Long Beach's video monitoring network. The cameras were purchased and installed by the Downtown Long Beach Business Associates and the Long Beach Convention and Visitors Bureau, in coordination with the City, and will be maintained by TSD. Later this summer, cameras on 2nd Street in Belmont Shore and Rainbow Harbor will be added to the LBCOP network. After these cameras are installed, LBCOP will have access to nearly 750 cameras city-wide. +More about LBCOP
Technology Modernization Initiatives
Recently, the City has completed a number of major initiatives to modernize its information and communications systems, such as implementing a new utility customer information system and mobile workforce management system and moving to a cloud email and collaboration system. + More about these and other modernization initiatives
Virtualization of Police Mobile Computers
Police mobile computers are going virtual. In an environment of diminishing public safety staffing levels, every minute an officer is left waiting for their computer to boot, is a minute that could be spent patrolling the community or responding to calls for service. +More Information
For the past several years, the City has offered free public wi-fi at City Hall, the Long Beach Airport and some libraries. Technology Services is currently expanding free public wi-fi locations in the City of Long Beach. +More information