Dear Neighbors,

My goal is to start a new conversation with you on how we can restore faith and rebuild trust in our local government. I am committed to meaningful community engagement in the decisions that affect our lives, greater fiscal accountability and a renewed commitment to our neighborhoods.

My website is a great place to learn more about what’s going on in our communities and City Hall. More importantly, it’s a place where you can let me know about the issues that concern you and your family most. 

If there is any way I may be of assistance, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

District Four

The Latest

PRESS RELEASE: LA City Council Calls On Congress to Restore Children’s Health Insurance Program

Los Angeles, CA -- Today, the City Council unanimously stood with children’s health and demanded in a formal Resolution that Congress reauthorize the Children’s Health Insurance Program (CHIP), a federal program which provides healthcare to over 9 million low-income children nationwide, over 1 million of which live in California. Funding for the program, passed in a bipartisan effort in 1997, lapsed on September 30 of this year. Today, Councilmember Ryu released the following statement:


6th Street Traffic Safety Survey Results

Following our community town hall regarding 6th Street Safety on October 21, my office released a public survey regarding proposed traffic safety improvement options for 6th Street between Fairfax and La Brea Avenues. After studying the area extensively with the Los Angeles Department of Transportation, LAPD and LAFD, my office asked the community to voice their opinions on various traffic safety improvements. This survey closed on November 22. Today, we have the results of this survey to share.


$4.9 Million Secured for LGBT Center Affordable Housing Project

Los Angeles, CA -- Today, the City Council approved $4.9 million in Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding for the Anita May Rosenstein Campus, to be built on North McCadden Place. The grant will directly fund 100-units of senior housing, developed by the Los Angeles LGBT Center. The approved motion fills a key funding gap, allowing the project to move forward. Today, Councilmember Ryu released the following statement: