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.

    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.


    2016-2017 Division Officers & Board of Directors

    President: Jess A. Talamantes, Mayor, Burbank
    Vice President: Miguel Canales, Council Member, Artesia
    Secretary/Treasurer: Carolyn Petty, Council Member, Hermosa Beach
    Dvision Director: Jorge Morales, Council Member, South Gate
    Past President: Carol Chen, Council Member, Cerritos
    Regional Director–Arroyo Verdugo Cities: Marina Khubesrian, Council Member, South Pasadena
    Regional Director–Gateway Cities COG: Larry Forester, Council Member, Signal Hill
    Regional Director–Las Virgenes-Malibu COG: Brad Halpern, Mayor Pro Tem, Westlake Village
    Regional DirectorSan Fernando Valley COG: Emily Gabel-Luddy, Council Member, Burbank
    Regional Director–San Gabriel Valley COG: Sam Pedroza, Mayor, Claremont
    Regional Director–South Bay Cities COG: Bea Dieringer, Mayor, 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



    Thank You to Our Division 2016-2017 Affiliate Program Sponsors

                                                                              

                    

     


    Thank You to Our Division 2016 CITIPAC Sponsors