Board of Supervisors
About the Board of Supervisors
The five-member Board of Supervisors is the governing body of the County of Los Angeles. Created by the state Legislature in 1852, the Board has executive, legislative and quasi-judicial roles. Members are elected by voters in their respective districts and are limited to three four-year terms.
I serve 20 of the County of Los Angeles’ unincorporated communities, from East Los Angeles to Rowland Heights, 20 cities, from Alhambra to Pomona, and 20 City of Los Angeles neighborhoods, from downtown to Eagle Rock – all communities rich in culture and diversity.
Proudly representing the cities of Carson, Compton, Culver City, El Segundo, Gardena, Hawthorne, Hermosa Beach, Inglewood, Lawndale, Los Angeles (portion), Manhattan Beach and Redondo Beach along with a dozen of unincorporated communities including Florence Firestone, Marina Del Rey, and more.
My office represents much of the west side, most of the San Fernando Valley, the Conejo Valley, the Santa Monica Mountains all the way to the Ventura county line, with the northern border including Chatsworth and Porter Ranch.
My office represents the communities of Southeast LA County, the Gateway Cities, Long Beach, the Harbor Area, the Palos Verdes Peninsula, Torrance and Catalina Island.
My office serves 20 cities and 83 unincorporated communities and all or part of the San Gabriel, San Fernando, Crescenta, Santa Clarita and Antelope Valleys.
County of Los Angeles
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First to Five
The Story of the First All Women Board of Supervisors
Learn about the history of the trailblazing first all women Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors as told by past members and the current historic Board.