LA is broken up into 99 neighborhoods. Each has a neighborhood council comprised of elected officials. These officials are responsible for working with city hall to build policy and are responsible for allocating the neighborhood dollars that come from the city’s overall budget. Neighborhood councils are also their community’s primary liaison to other elected officials – like city council and the mayor.
What The Council Does
Addresses the decision makers at city hall in an official capacity on behalf of the council’s constituents.
Distributes monetary grants to members of the council’s community.
Advises city planners and developers on land use.
Our Council In Numbers
Neighborhood Council Seats
City Council Representative