Welcome to the Seventh Council District
It is an honor to serve as your Councilwoman for the Seventh Council District. It takes all of us working together to ensure that our community is well taken care of and that issues are handled promptly. I am committed to prioritizing public safety, advocating for neighborhood infrastructure improvements, bringing innovation and transparency to City Hall, fighting for healthy neighborhoods, and building a strong local economy.
My website is a place to stay connected and learn about resources available to our neighborhoods. I look forward to our work ahead to better our communities.
Los Angeles City Councilwoman, 7th District
COUNCILWOMAN MONICA RODRIGUEZ INTRODUCES COMPREHENSIVE MEASURES TO HELP FAMILIES & BUSINESSES AMID THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC
Today, Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez introduced sweeping legislation to combat the COVID-19 outbreak and provide relief to families and businesses impacted by the pandemic. The package will include a prohibition on street vending, financial assistance to families and businesses in the 7th Council District, economic relief for restaurants, and hand sanitizing stations at bus shelters. Introduced today, her motions are among many other pieces of legislation she has introduced to provide financial relief and address public safety concerns.Read more...
Today Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez and Councilmember Mitch O'Farrell co-presented a motion directing the City’s Bureau of Sanitation and the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA) to install sanitation stations at homeless encampments throughout the City as a preventative measure to protect the approximately 36,000 unhoused individuals from the coronavirus.Read more...
COUNCILWOMAN MONICA RODRIGUEZ CALLS FOR COMPREHENSIVE COUNT OF HOMELESS POPULATION IN US 2020 CENSUS
Today, Los Angeles City Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez, introduced legislation calling for more extensive outreach and a Census 2020 education plan targeting Angelenos experiencing homelessness. Los Angeles is home to the largest hard-to-count population in the nation, and an undercount can cost the City millions of dollars in public safety and federal funding for homeless services and beyond.Read more...