Los Angeles City Council
Los Angeles City Council Type Type Unicameral Leadership Council President Eric Garcetti
since January 1, 2006
Members 15 Voting system Single-member districts Meeting place Los Angeles City Hall
1 John Ferraro Council Chamber, Room 340
Los Angeles, CA 90012-3224
Website Los Angeles City Council Website
The Los Angeles City Council is the governing body of the City of Los Angeles.
The Council is composed of fifteen members elected from single-member districts for four-year terms. The president of the council and the president pro tempore are chosen by the Council at the first regular meeting after June 30 in odd-numbered years. An assistant president pro tempore is appointed by the President.
A current annual (July to June) schedule of all Council meetings, broken down by committee, is available as a .pdf download from the Office of the City Clerk.
- President of the Council: Eric Garcetti
- President Pro Tempore: Jan Perry
- Assistant President Pro Tempore: Dennis Zine
District Name 1 Ed Reyes 2 Paul Krekorian 3 Dennis Zine 4 Tom LaBonge 5 Paul Koretz 6 Tony Cardenas 7 Richard Alarcón 8 Bernard Parks 9 Jan Perry 10 Herb Wesson 11 Bill Rosendahl 12 Mitchell Englander 13 Eric Garcetti 14 José Huizar 15 Vacant
1889–1909 (nine wards)
Year Ward 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1889 H. V. Van Dusen George P. McLain William Hartshorn Bonsall Jacob Frankenfield Austin C. Shafer A. N. Hamilton J. T. Brown Theodore Summerland Robert E. Wirsching 1890 George W. Stockwell Daniel Innes William Hartshorn Bonsall William Henry Rhodes John Quincy Tufts C. H. Alford Daniel Michael McGarry Theodore Summerland Samuel Rees 1891 George W. Stockwell Daniel Innes William Hartshorn Bonsall William Henry Rhodes John Quincy Tufts C. H. Alford Daniel Michael McGarry Theodore Summerland Samuel Rees 1894 George W. Stockwell Meredith Pinxton Snyder Frank Styles Munson Samuel H. Kingery Freeman G. Teed George Douglas Pessell James Ashman Thomas Savage Evert L. Blanchard 1900 William Henry Pierce George P. McLain Frank Walker Pomeroy Wills Powers William Miller Brown A. A. Allen Benjamin Samuel Lauder Robert Asa Todd Evert L. Blanchard 1902 Owen McAleer Chauncey Fitch Skilling Oscar Eugene Farish Theodore Summerland William Miller Brown James Potter Davenport Edward Kern Robert Asa Todd Frank U. Nofziger 1907 Reuben Wiser Dromgold Edward A. Clampitt Walter J. Wren Niles Pease Albert Joseph Wallace H. H. Yonkin Henry Lyon Bernard “Barney” Healy Evert L. Blanchard 1908 Reuben Wiser Dromgold Edward A. Clampitt Walter J. Wren Niles Pease Albert Joseph Wallace H. H. Yonkin Edward Kern Bernard “Barney” Healy Evert L. Blanchard
1925 and after (fifteen districts)
Original City Council (1850) Consisted of 8 members including Morris L. Goodman (served 1850-4); He was the only American on the council—everyone else was Mexican.
- Los Angeles Common Council
- List of Los Angeles municipal election returns
- ^ "Los Angeles City Council". LACity.org. 2009-01-01. http://www.lacity.org/YourGovernment/CityCouncil/index.htm. Retrieved 2010-04-13.
- ^ Los Angeles Herald 9 Dec 1906 | http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn85042462/1906-12-09/ed-1/seq-17/
- Chronological Record of Los Angeles City Officials: 1850—1938, Compiled under Direction of Municipal Reference Library City Hall, Los Angeles March 1938 (Reprinted 1966)
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