Los Angeles County

  • The Los Angeles County Division is made up of 86 cities within Los Angeles County and provides members with the opportunity to exchange ideas and information and share the advantages of cooperative advocacy.  

    It includes:

    • More than 11 million people;
    • 4,500 square miles (one of the nation's largest counties); and
    • More than 550 elected officials.

    FACT SHEET/OVERVIEW
     

    Agoura Hills
    Alhambra
    Arcadia
    Artesia
    Avalon
    Azusa
    Baldwin Park
    Bell
    Bell Gardens
    Bellflower
    Beverly Hills
    Bradbury
    Burbank
    Calabasas
    Carson
    Cerritos
    Claremont
    Commerce
    Compton
    Covina
    Cudahy
    Culver City
    Diamond Bar
    Downey
    Duarte
    El Monte
    El Segundo
    Gardena
    Glendale

    Glendora
    Hawaiian Gardens
    Hawthorne
    Hermosa Beach
    Hidden Hills
    Huntington Park
    Industry
    Inglewood
    Irwindale
    La Canada Flintridge
    La Habra Heights
    La Mirada
    La Puente
    La Verne
    Lakewood
    Lawndale
    Lomita
    Long Beach
    Los Angeles
    Lynwood
    Malibu
    Manhattan Beach
    Maywood
    Monrovia
    Montebello
    Monterey Park
    Norwalk
    Palos Verdes Estates
    Paramount

    Pasadena
    Pico Rivera
    Pomona
    Rancho Palos Verdes
    Redondo Beach
    Rolling Hills
    Rolling Hills Estates
    Rosemead
    San Dimas
    San Fernando
    San Gabriel
    San Marino
    Santa Clarita
    Santa Fe Springs
    Santa Monica
    Sierra Madre
    Signal Hill
    South El Monte
    South Gate
    South Pasadena
    Temple City
    Torrance
    Vernon
    Walnut
    West Covina
    West Hollywood
    Westlake Village
    Whittier

     

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    The division is guided by an executive committee under the leadership of a division president. Elected city officials and professional city staff attend division meetings throughout the year to share what they are doing and advocate for their interests in Sacramento.
     
    Division members also participate in the development of League policy through representation on:

    • The League Board of Directors;
    • Policy Committees;
    • The Annual Conference Resolution Committee; and
    • The Annual Conference Program Committee.


    2017-2018 Division Officers & Board of Directors

    President: Miguel Canales, Council Member, Artesia
    Vice President: Carolyn Petty, Council Member, Hermosa Beach
    Secretary/Treasurer: Jennifer King, Council Member, Palos Verdes Estates
    Dvision Director: Jorge Morales, Council Member, South Gate
    Past President: Jess A. Talamantes, Council Member, Burbank
    Regional Director–Arroyo Verdugo Cities: Marina Khubesrian, Mayor, South Pasadena
    Regional Director–Gateway Cities COG: Larry Forester, Council Member, Signal Hill
    Regional Director–Las Virgenes-Malibu COG: Brad Halpern, Mayor, Westlake Village
    Regional DirectorSan Fernando Valley COG: Emily Gabel-Luddy, Vice Mayor, Burbank
    Regional Director–San Gabriel Valley COG: Sam Pedroza, Council Member, Claremont
    Regional Director–South Bay Cities COG: Bea Dieringer, Council Member, Rolling Hills
    Regional Director–Westside Cities COG: Lindsey Horvath, Council Member, West Hollywood
    Regional Director–City of Los Angeles: John Wickham, Chief Legislative Analyst, Los Angeles



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