(KNX/CNS) - Mayor Eric Garcetti ordered city flags across Los Angeles to be flown at half-staff today, one day after Lakers legend Kobe Bryant, his 13-year-old daughter and seven other people were killed in a helicopter crash in Calabasas.
"All @LACity flags will be lowered to half-staff in honor of Kobe Bryant, Gianna Bryant, and all of the victims in Sunday's tragic helicopter crash," the mayor tweeted at 7:25 a.m.
Here's a list of local makeshift memorials and places where fans can pay tribute:
1. Outside Staples Center
2. Bryant's home in Newport Beach.
3. The downtown L.A. mural of Bryant in the 1300 block of Lebanon Street
4. Outside the Lakers training facility, inside the security gates at 2275 E. Mariposa Ave. in El Segundo (fans were signing a large white canvas.)
5. The Mamba Sports Academy in Ventura County
The TCL Chinese Theatre in Hollywood will pay tribute to Kobe Bryant this week by placing on public display the cement tablet containing the Laker legend's hand-and footprints.
Bryant sank his hands and feet in cement at the theater in February 2011, becoming the first athlete to ever be so honored. According to the theater, his imprints were prepared "for a new category of pop culture tablets planned for a future exhibit presently in the works."
"Kobe Bryant's contributions to our community are unprecedented and unforgettable and we share the collective mourning of Angelenos on this sad occasion," according to a statement from the theater. Bryant's hand- and footprints will remain on display for the rest of the week, according to the theater.