I am honored to serve Council District Four as your Councilmember. From Sherman Oaks to Hollywood, Griffith Park to the Miracle Mile, the Fourth Council District is full of vibrant neighborhoods and iconic landmarks, but most importantly, residents that care about their community and its future.
My website is a great place to discover what’s going on in our district and at City Hall, and let me know about the issues that concern you and your neighbors most. You can also follow me on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for up-to-date news and and an inside look at the work we’re doing to make Council District Four an even better place to live.
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DAVID E. RYU
Los Angeles - Today, City Council approved $6.6 million in HHH funding for a 63-unit of permanent supportive housing project in Council District Four, located at 537-541 Western Avenue. Councilmember Ryu also introduced a funding motion today to allocate funding for another homeless housing project in Council District Four, A 100-bed Bridge Home facility in Los Feliz.Read more...
Los Angeles -- Mayor Eric Garcetti, Councilmember David Ryu, and leaders from Aviva Family and Children’s Services opened a new bridge housing center for transitional-aged women and their children today on the corner of Camino Palermo Street & Hollywood Boulevard. Wallis House, operated by Aviva, will provide private units of housing to women experiencing homelessness between the ages of 18 and 24 and their children, as well as wraparound services of mental healthcare, job training, and life skills.Read more...
Los Angeles -- Today, the Los Angeles City Council unanimously approved Councilmember Ryu’s motion to establish incentives for the development of more moderate-income housing in the City of Los Angeles. The approved motion instructs the City’s Housing and Community Investment Department and Department of City Planning to identify the City’s middle class population that is above the income level to qualify for affordable housing but remains rent burdened, as well as to identify financial, zoning, and permitting tools that can be used to increase the stock of moderate-income housing to ensure that middle class Angelenos get their fair share of new housing.Read more...