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League of California Cities

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.

    The Division is guided by an executive committee under the leadership of a Division president. Elected city officials and professional city staff attend meetings, trainings and events throughout the year to learn, 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.

    The Division also serves as the appointing authority for a number of Los Angeles County Boards,  Commissions and Task Forces including:
    • Commission on Alcohol & Other Drugs
    • Commssion on Local Governmental Services
    • Countywide Criminal Justice Coordination Committee
    • Emergency Medical Services Commission
    • Los Angeles County Metropolitan Authority Technical Advisory Committee
    • Solid Waste Management Committee/Integrated Waste Management Task Force


    Agoura Hills
    Baldwin Park
    Bell Gardens
    Beverly Hills
    Culver City
    Diamond Bar
    El Monte
    El Segundo

    Hawaiian Gardens
    Hermosa Beach
    Hidden Hills
    Huntington Park
    La Canada Flintridge
    La Habra Heights
    La Mirada
    La Puente
    La Verne
    Long Beach
    Los Angeles
    Manhattan Beach
    Monterey Park
    Palos Verdes Estates

    Pico Rivera
    Rancho Palos Verdes
    Redondo Beach
    Rolling Hills
    Rolling Hills Estates
    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
    West Covina
    West Hollywood
    Westlake Village


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    2020 Division Strategic Priorities

    The Division's Board of Directors meet every fall to review the previous year’s accomplishments and adopt strategic goals for the following year. The Board of Directors adopted the following goals for 2020:
    • Influence legislation and policies to address homelessness, the housing shortage and housing affordability, while preserving local control.
    • Secure financial and other resources to ensure resiliency, preparation and recovery from natural and man-made disasters, and the effects of climate change.
    • Enhance public safety by supporting legislation, policies and additional funding for criminal justice reform efforts, including the mitigation of impacts of AB 109, Proposition 47, Proposition 57 and other criminal justice laws.
    • Support policies to correct the increasing imbalance between state and local revenues and expenses, address the inequities imposed by unfunded state mandates, and initiate  discussion to diversify the tax structure to reflect today’s digital and service economy.


    2020-2021 Division Officers & Board of Directors

    President: Blanca Pacheco, Mayor, Downey
    Vice President: James Bozajian, Mayor Pro Tem, Calabasas
    Secretary/Treasurer: Andrew Chou, Council Member, Diamond Bar
    Division Director: Ana Maria Quintana, Council Member, Bell
    Past President: Juan Garza, Mayor, Bellflower
    Regional Director–Arroyo Verdugo JPA: Diana Mahmud, Mayor Pro Tem, South Pasadena
    Regional Director–Gateway Cities COG: Steve Croft, Council Member, Lakewood
    Regional Director–Las Virgenes-Malibu COG: Karen Farrer, Mayor, Malibu
    Regional DirectorSan Fernando Valley COG: Emily Gabel-Luddy, Council Member, Burbank
    Regional Director–San Gabriel Valley COG: Margaret Clark, Council Member, Rosemead
    Regional Director–South Bay Cities COG: Bea Dieringer, Mayor Pro Tem, Rolling Hills
    Regional Director–Westside Cities COG: Sue Himmelrich, Council Member, Santa Monica
    Regional Director–City of Los Angeles: John Wickham, Chief Legislative Analyst, Los Angeles

    Thank You to Our Division Sponsors

  • State Senate

    Senator Ben Allen (SD26)
    2512 Artesia Blvd., Suite 320, Redondo Beach, CA 90278; (310) 318-6994


    Senator Bob Archuleta (SD32)
    17315 Studebaker Rd., Suite 332, Cerritos, CA 90703; (562) 860-3202

    Senator Steven Bradford (SD35)
    222 West 6th Street, Suite 320, San Pedro, CA 90731; (310) 514-8573

    Senator Ling Ling Chang (SD29)
    1800 E. Lambert Rd., Suite 150,  Brea, CA 92821; (714) 671-9474

    Senator Maria Elena Durazo (SD24)
    1808 W. Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90026; (213) 483-9300

    Senator Lena A. Gonzalez (SD33)
    3939 Atlantic Avenue, Suite 107, Long Beach, CA 90807; (562) 256-7921
    6550 Miles Avenue, Room 214, Huntington Park, CA 90255; (323) 277-4560

    Senator Robert M. Hertzberg (SD18)
    6150 Van Nuys Blvd., Suite 400, Van Nuys, CA 91401; (818) 901-5588

    Senator Connie M. Leyva (SD20)
    11780 Central Avenue, Suite 205, Chino, CA 91710; (909) 591-7016
    464 W. 4th Street, Suite 454B, San Bernardino, CA 92401; (909) 888-5360

    Senator Holly Mitchell (SD30)
    700 State Dr., Suite 113, Los Angeles, CA 90037; (213) 745-6656

    Senator Anthony Portantino (SD25)
    1000 North Central Ave., Suite 240, Glendale, CA 91202; (818) 409-0400
    201 East Bonita Ave., San Dimas, CA 91773; (909) 599-7351

    Senator Susan Rubio (SD22)
    100 S. Vincent Avenue, Suite 401, West Covina, CA 91790; (626) 430-2499

    Senator Henry Stern (SD27)
    5016 N. Parkway Calabasas, Suite 222, Calabasas, CA 91302; (818) 876-3352

    Senator Scott Wilk (SD21)

    848 W. Lancaster Blvd., Suite 101, Lancaster, CA 93534; (661) 729-6232
    14343 Civic Dr., First Floor, Victorville, CA 92392; (760) 843-8414
    23920 Valencia Blvd., Suite 250, Santa Clarita, CA 91355; (661) 286-1471


    State Assembly

    Assembly Member Richard Bloom (AD50)
    2800 28th Street, Suite 150, Santa Monica, CA 90405; (310) 450-0041

    Assembly Member Autumn R. Burke (AD62)
    One Manchester Blvd., Suite 601, Inglewood, CA 90301; (310) 412-6400

    Assembly Member Ian C. Calderon (AD57)
    13181 Crossroads Parkway, Suite 160, City of Industry, CA 91746; (562) 692-5858

    Assembly Member Wendy Carrillo (AD51)
    1910 West Sunset Blvd., Suite 810, Los Angeles, CA 90026; (213) 483-5151

    Assembly Member Ed Chau (AD49)
    1255 Corporate Center Drive, Suite 306, Monterery Park, CA 91754; (323) 264-4949 

    Assembly Member Phillip Chen (AD55)
    3 Point Drive, Suite 313, Brea, CA 92821; (714) 529-5502

    Assembly Member Laura Friedman (AD43)
    300 East Magnolia Blvd., Suite 504, Burbank, CA 91502; (818) 558-3043


    Assembly Member Jesse Gabriel (AD45)
    6150 Van Nuys Blvd., Suite 306, Van Nuys, CA 91401; (818) 904-3840

    Assembly Member Cristina Garcia (AD58)
    8255 Firestone Blvd., Suite 203, Downey, CA 90241; (562) 861-5803

    Assembly Member Mike A. Gipson (AD64)
    879 W. 190th St., Suite 920, Gardena, CA 90248; (310) 324-6408

    Assembly Member Chris Holden (AD41)
    600 Rosemead Blvd., Suite 117, Pasadena, CA 91107; (626) 351-1917
    415 W. Foothill Blvd., Suite 124, Claremont, CA 91711; (909) 624-7876

    Assembly Member Reginald B. Jones-Sawyer (AD59)
    700 Exposition Park Drive, Los Angeles, CA 90037; (213) 744-2111

    Assembly Member Sydney Kamlager-Dove (AD54)
    3847 Crenshaw Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90008; (323) 291-5441

    Assembly Member Tom Lackey (AD36)
    41319 12th Street West, Suite 105, Palmdale, CA 93551; (661) 267-7636

    Assembly Member Al Muratsuchi (AD66)
    23211 Hawthorne Blvd., Suite 200A, Torrance, CA 90505; (310) 375-0691

    Assembly Member Adrin Nazarian (AD46)
    6150 Van Nuys Blvd., Suite 300, Van Nuys, CA 91401; (818) 376-4246

    Assembly Member Patrick O'Donnell (AD70)
    110 Pine Avenue, Suite 804, Long Beach, CA 90802; (562) 495-2915
    461 West 6th Street, Suite 209; San Pedro, CA 90731; (310) 548-6420

    Assembly Member Anthony Rendon (AD63)
    12132 South Garfield Avenue, South Gate, CA 90280; (562) 529-3250

    Assembly Member Luz Rivas (AD39)
    9300 Laurel Canyon Blvd., First Floor, Arleta, CA 91331; (818) 504-3911

    Assembly Member Freddie Rodriguez (AD52)
    13160 7th Street, Chino, CA 91710; (909) 902-9606

    Assembly Member Blanca E. Rubio (AD48)
    100 N. Barranca Street, Suite 895, West Covina, CA 91791; (626) 960-4457

    Assembly Member Miguel Santiago (AD53)
    320 West 4th Street, Room 1050, Los Angeles, CA 90013; (213) 620-4646


    Assembly Member Christy Smith (AD38)
    27441 Tourney Road, Suite 160, Valencia, CA 91355; (661) 286-1565

  • COVID-19


    HR 6467 (Neguse) Coronoavirus Community Relief Act. Provides $250 billion in direct aid to local governments with a population of less than 500,000 as they face mounting challenges related to the global COVID-19 pandemic.


    Request for state action to set aside CARES Act funding for cities with populations under 500,000; establish a city revenue stablization fund for direct aid to all cities; create a financing vehicle that all cities can access to support immediate cash flow needs.

    2020-21 Division Bill List

    as of 6/24/20

    AB 1080 (Gonzalez) California Circular Economy and Plastic Pollution Act (as amended 9/9/19). Directs CalRecycle to establish a comprehensive framework to address plastic pollution by requiring producers of single-use plastic products and packages to achieve a 75% reduction of waste generated from single-use packaging and products in California by 2030. 
    AB 1672 (Bloom) Solid waste: nonwoven disposable products (as amended 1/23/20). Requires labels indicating that a product should not be flushed on specified nonwoven disposable products.


    AB 2122 (Rubio) Unlawful cannabis activity: enforcement. Allows local government agencies to impose a civil penalty on persons aiding and abetting unlicensed commercial cannabis activity of up to $30,000 for each violation.

    AB 2364 (Rubio) Municipal separate storm water sewer systems: financial capability analysis (as amended 3/10/20). Requires the State Water Resources Control Board, by July 1, 2020, to establish financial capability assessment guidelines for municipal separate storm sewer system permittees that are adequate and consistent when considering the costs to local jurisdictions. The bill would require the state board and the regional boards to continue using available regulatory tools and other approaches to foster collaboration with permittees to implement permit requirements in light of the costs of implementation.
    SB 54 (Allen) California Circular Economy and Plastic Pollution Act (as amended 9/9/19). Directs CalRecycle to establish a comprehensive framework to address plastic pollution by requiring producers of single-use plastic products and packages to achieve a 75% reduction of waste generated from single-use packaging and products in California by 2030. 

    SB 795 (Beall/Portantino/McGuire) Building Affordable and Inclusive Communities. Would commit up to $2 billion in ongoing state funding for local governments to collaborate on state-approved redevelopment plans, which would be funded by reducing their contributions to local Education Revenue Augmentation Funds (ERAFs). Funding can be used for the following five purposes: (1) affordable housing, (2) transit-oriented development, (3) infill development, (4) revitalizing and restoring neighborhoods, and (5) planning for projects that mitigate the effects of climate change. The bill will ensure schools are held harmless to meet the Prop 98 guarantee.

    SB 1179 (Archuleta) Property tax revenue allocations: County of Los Angeles: residential infill development. Creates a pilot program to financially incentivize cities in the Gateway Council of Governments that choose to rezone underperforming office, industrial and commercial sites into new housing developments. To ensure the program has a minimal financial impact on other taxing entities, there is a 2% cap on the total number of newly formed parcels authorized to participate in the program during any given housing element planning period.

    SB 1299 (Portantino) Housing development: incentives: rezoning of idle sites. Provide stong incentives for cities to rezone idle big box retails sites or commercial shopping centers to accommodate workforce multifamily housing.




    SB 1120 (Atkins) Subdivisions. Tentative Maps. Builds off state Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) law, encourages development by creating a ministerial approval process for duplexes and lot splits that meet local zoning, environmental and tenant displacement standards.

    SB 1385 (Caballero) Local planning: housing: commercial zones. Would create the Neighborhood Homes Act, which establishes a housing development project as an authorized use on a neighborhood lot, defined as a lot zoned for offfice or commercial use under a local agency's zoning code or general plan.




    AB 953 (Ting/Bloom) Land use: accessory dwelling units (as amended 1/6/20). Permits an application to build an ADU or a junior accessory dwelling unit to be approved if the local agency has not acted upon the completed application within 60 days. The bill also expands those provisions to charter cities.


    SB 266 (Leyva) Public Employees' Retirement System: disallowed compensation benefit adjustments.
    Requires public agencies to directly pay retirees and/or their beneficiaries disallowed retirement benefits using general fund dollars.


    SB 773 (Skinner) Land use: accessory dwelling units (as amended 1/8/20). Permits an application to build an ADU or a junior accessory dwelling unit to be approved if the local agency has not acted upon the completed application within 60 days, seeks to clarify that both an ADU and JADU can be magisterially approved on each lot. The bill also expands those provisions to charter cities.


    SB 899 (Wiener) Planning and Zoning: Housing Development. Higher Education Institutions and Religious Institutions (as amended 7/27/20). Would require local jurisdictions to approve, by right, specified housing developments on land owned by a religious institution or a nonprofit college regardless of the existing locally adopted zoning standards.

    SB 902 (Wiener) Planning and zoning: neighborhood multifamily project: use by right: density. Requires that a neighborhood multifamily project (up to fourplexes, based on population) is a use by right in zones where residential uses are permitted if the project is not located in a very high fire severity zone, does not demolish sound rental housing or housing that has been placed on a national or state historic register, and follows specified local objective criteria.  This measure would also allow a local government to pass an ordinance, notwithstanding any local restrictions on adopting zoning ordinances enacted by the jurisdiction, including restrictions enacted by a local voter initiative, that limit the legislative body’s ability to adopt zoning ordinances, to zone any parcel for up to 10 units of residential density per parcel, at a height specified by the local government in the ordinance, and not be subject to CEQA.


    Los Angeles County Issues

    Support for County Participation in the City of La Verne EIFD, La Verne Crossings


    Los Angeles County Division - Scorecard

    The Division established its Legislative Scorecard in 2011 to communicate information to local elected officials about legislative votes with specific impacts to local government. The Scorecard is a means for city officials to assess Los Angeles-area legislators towards key local government issues including local control, local revenue and municipal public policy.


    2017-2018 Scorecard



    Los Angeles County Division Travel Reimbursement Program - Advocacy

    The Division has authorized reimbursement of travel costs for elected city officials who participate in the Division's advocacy program. City officials who travel to advocate on behalf of the Division's strategic priorities may be eligible for reimbursement.

  • Upcoming Events

    The Los Angeles County Division holds general membership meetings at various times throughout the year. All General Membership meetings begin with a reception at 6 PM, followed by the meeting (unless otherwise noted).

    Additional Division events include: The Countywide City Managers Meeting, the Annual Installation Ceremony & Dinner, a Division meeting at the Annual Conference, and the All Cities Holiday Reception.

    Additional trainings and briefings are held as needed.

    Upcoming Meetings and Events:

    August 6, 2020: Annual Installation Ceremony

    Virtual Meeting: 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM


    October 7, 2020: Lunch during Annual Conference
    Program & Meeting: 12:00 PM - 1:15 PM
    Location TBD

    December 10, 2020: Annual All Cities Holiday Reception
    Program & Meeting: 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
    Location TBD

    Please note that all event cancellations must be received at least 48 hours prior to any Division event. "No shows" will be charged the attendance fee. You may e-mail or call Division staff at 626-786-5142 or to cancel your attendance.

    2020 Events - Resources

    June 18, 2020: New Mayors & Council Members Governance Workshop Webinar
    Open Government Laws & Ethics - Scott Campbell
    Video File

    June 11, 2020: New Mayors & Council Members Governance Workshop Webinar
    Financial Responsibilities & City Revenues - Pat West & Ron Bates
    Video File

    June 4, 2020: New Mayors & Council Members Governance Workshop Webinar
    Roles & Responsibilities of Mayors & Council Members - Ron Bates & Pat West
    Video File

    Februrary 13, 2020: Media & Communications Training

    Message Development & Media Refresher Training - Eric Rose

    January 20, 2020: General Membership Meeting
    Los Angeles County Fire Department, Measure FD - Deputy Chief Jon O'Brien

    2019 Events - Resources

    October 16, 2019: Lunch during Annual Conference
    Resident Ratings of Services & Characteristics - Dr. Fernando Guerra

    June 6, 2019: New Mayors & Council Members Governance Workshop
    Roles and Responsibilities of Council Members - AJ Wilson
    Financial Responsibilities and City Revenues - Lea Eriksen and Grace Yoon
    Open Government Laws and Ethics - Raúl Salinas

    May 15, 2019: Countywide City Managers Meeting
    ICMA Update
    CalPERS Perspective: Focus on the Future - Michael Cohen
    Working Together to Achieve Housing for All - Ben Metcalf
    Woolsey Fire: Cooperation, Communication and Community Action - Reva Feldman & Daryl Osby

    March 7, 2019: General Membership Meeting
    California Department of Conservation - David Bunn & Sarah Rubin

    February 21, 2019: Ballot Measure Training Academy
    Basics of Voter Opinion Research on Public Finance Measures - Richard Bernard, Ph.D., FM3
    Public Information Campaign & Educating the Community - Brandon Stephenson, Cerrell & Associates

    January 3, 2019: General Membership Meeting
    Elections: Today, Tomorrow & Beyond - Dean C. Logan

  • This section will be updated regularly to include documents and resources related to the issue of stormwater and urban runoff.

    Stormwater 101 - Whats an MS4 - Why Should I Care? San Gabriel Valley Councils of Government. Spring 2016

    Stormwater 101 - History of the Clean Water Act Presented by Oliver Chi, Monrovia City Manager, for the San Gabriel Valley Legislative Caucus. March 22, 2016

    Stormwater: The Orphaned Utility by Ken Farfsing, July 2015 Western City Magazine

    Stormwater Funding Options in Los Angeles County - Next Steps, January 21, 2015

    Stormwater Funding Options Report - Providing Sustainable Water Quality Funding in Los Angeles County, May 21, 2014

    U.S. Conference of Mayors - Public Water Cost Per Household: Assessing Financial Impacts of EPA Affordability Criteria in California Cities, November 2014
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