Los Angeles County City Council

Find Los Angeles County California city councils. City councils provide information about mayors, council members, city halls, voter registration, and voting locations.

Baldwin Park City Council 14403 Pacific Avenue Baldwin Park CA 91706 626-813-5201

Crescenta Valley Town Council 2707 Foothill Boulevard La Crescenta-Montrose CA 91214 818-248-9387

Gardena City Council 1700 West 162nd Street Gardena CA 90247 310-217-9509

Lancaster City Council 44933 Fern Avenue Lancaster CA 93534 661-723-6077

Long Beach California City Council 340 Nieto Avenue Long Beach CA 90814 562-570-8756

Long Beach City Council 333 West Ocean Boulevard Long Beach CA 90802 562-570-6450

Los Angeles CA City Council 1819 South Western Avenue Los Angeles CA 90006 323-733-8233

Los Angeles California City Council 1645 Corinth Avenue Los Angeles CA 90025 310-575-8461

Los Angeles City Council 7166 West Manchester Avenue Los Angeles CA 90045 310-568-8772

Los Angeles City Council 13 5500 Hollywood Boulevard Los Angeles CA 90028 323-957-4500

Los Angeles City Council 14 1870 East 1st Street Los Angeles CA 90033 323-526-3059

Monterey Park City Council 320 West Newmark Avenue Monterey Park CA 91754 626-307-1255

Norwalk City Council 12700 Norwalk Boulevard Norwalk CA 90650 562-929-5305

Panorama City City Council 14500 Roscoe Boulevard Los Angeles CA 91402 818-714-2133

Pomona City Council 505 South Garey Avenue Pomona CA 91766 909-620-2042

Sunland-Tujunga Neighbourhood Council 7747 Foothill Boulevard Los Angeles CA 91042 818-352-3287

Torrance City Council 3031 Torrance Boulevard Torrance CA 90503 310-618-2801

Wilmington Los Angeles City Council 544 North Avalon Boulevard Los Angeles CA 90744 310-233-7201

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About City Councils

What is an ordinance?

An ordinance is a legislative action taken by the City Council that enacts or changes a local law, policy, or procedure. The complete body of city ordinances is known as the Code of Ordinances.

What are the requirements for being a candidate for City Council?

Each city has its own eligibility requirements. Generally, an individual must be an adult, eligible to vote, and a resident of the city. Some cities require residency of a minimum period of time. Some prohibit individuals convicted of a felony or misappropriation of public funds from running for City Council.

What is the difference between a City Council and a Town Council?

A City Council and a Town Council are both legislative bodies for local government. Some states make no distinction between a city and town, and confer the same powers and duties to their legislative bodies. Other states make a distinction between different classes of local government. In those states, a City Council may have more extensive powers and duties than a Town Council.