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

COUNCILWOMAN MONICA RODRIGUEZ LAUNCHES A ONE-STOP SHOP FOR HOMELESS SERVICES IN PARTNERSHIP WITH LAUSD AND SERVICE PROVIDERS

Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez announced the launch of a homeless family resource hub that will support families experiencing homelessness in the Northeast San Fernando Valley. The hub is a one-stop shop for homeless services and is coordinated through a partnership with the City of Los Angeles, homeless service providers, and the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD).

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COALITION OF LA LEADERS FIGHT FOR GREATER RESOURCES, REPRESENTATION FOR CHRONICALLY UNDERCOUNTED COMMUNITIES IN US CENSUS 2020

Los Angeles, CA - Today, Los Angeles City Councilmembers Monica Rodriguez, Nury Martinez, Gil Cedillo, Jose Huizar, and Curren Price co-presented legislation calling for a comprehensive outreach and education Census 2020 plan targeting chronically undercounted communities in the City. 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, infrastructure, and quality of life resources.

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LA City to Begin Drafting Ordinance to Charge Unlicensed Cannabis Property Owners for Cutting Their Power

Los Angeles, CA - Today, the Los Angeles City Council voted unanimously to approve Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez’s motion directing the City Attorney to draft an ordinance enabling City agencies to recover all costs associated with utility disconnection or other enforcement actions taken to shut down illegal cannabis businesses.

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