Welcome to the Seventh Council District

Dear Neighbors,

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.

Sincerely,


Monica Rodriguez
Los Angeles City Councilwoman, 7th District

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The Latest

City Unveils Major Traffic Improvements on La Tuna Canyon Road on Anniversary of Keith Jackson’s Horrific Hit and Run

Los Angeles, CA (December 14, 2018) – Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez and the Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT) unveiled major traffic improvements along La Tuna Canyon Road. The improvements were announced on the anniversary of Keith Jackson’s horrific hit-and-run on La Tuna Canyon Road, an incident that prompted a community-wide online petition and discussion for enhanced safety improvements.

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COUNCILWOMAN RODRIGUEZ LAUNCHES THE FIRST SAFE PARKING SITE THAT ALLOWS RECREATIONAL VEHICLES (RVs)

Los Angeles, CA – Mayor Eric Garcetti and Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez announced the opening of a Safe Parking site in North Hills. This is the first safe parking location in the City of Los Angeles to provide spaces for Recreational Vehicles (RVs).

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Councilwoman Rodriguez Calls for Expansion of State's Hate Crime Law to Protect the Homeless

As we work to uplift families out of poverty and homelessness, we must assure their safety from those who seek to harm them. Individuals experiencing homelessness deserve the same rights and respect as anyone in our community, and we are going to fight and protect all Angelenos regardless of their ability, religion, sexual orientation, or their housing status.

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