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 INTRODUCED SWEEPING LEGISLATION TO HELP WORKING FAMILIES AND BUSINESSES AMID COVID-19

Los Angeles, CA -- Yesterday, Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez introduced a legislative package to provide relief to working families and businesses impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. The legislation included a traffic safety plan for food pantries, the creation of a working group to reopen Los Angeles, increased accessibility for domestic violence resources, utility relief to low-income Angelenos, support to multi-generational households, and preparations for the wildfire season. Motions she introduced yesterday build upon her commitment to providing financial relief to working families and address public safety concerns.

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LOS ANGELES TAKES KEY STEP IN CREATING A YOUTH DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT

(Los Angeles, CA) Today, the City’s Executive Task Force on Youth Development (Task Force) held its first meeting via teleconference. The Task Force was established through a motion introduced by Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez and its aim is to implement a Citywide youth development strategy. 

 

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LA River Revitalization: Guidelines for Expanding Open Space Adopted, Prioritizing Disadvantaged Communities

Los Angeles, CA -- The Upper Los Angeles River and Tributaries (ULART) Working Group adopted the Upper Los Angeles River and Tributaries Revitalization Plan (The Plan). Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez led the multi-agency working group to focus resources on park-poor neighborhoods.





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