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.
As always, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
DAVID E. RYU
Los Angeles, CA -- Today, the City of Los Angeles Bureau of Engineering completed the first sidewalk made from sustainable materials in Council District Four. The sidewalk, on the Clayton Avenue side of Fire Station 35 at 1601 North Hillhurst Avenue, was made with fully permeable pavers, which features 48 percent post-consumer recycled content. The pavers are 100 percent permeable, allowing water to soak through to ground soil and replenish soil aquifers, rather than run off into the street. This project marks the first in a pilot championed by Councilmember Ryu to use eco-friendly materials in repairing and replacing sidewalks across the City of Los Angeles.Read more...
Los Angeles, CA -- Today, Councilmember Ryu sent a letter to the City Attorney’s office outlining the dangerous conditions in Council District Four created by Waze, a mobile wayfinding technology application owned by Google, and asking the City to review possible legal action.Read more...
Los Angeles, CA -- The ordinance on loud or unruly gatherings, also known as the ‘Party House Ordinance,’ officially took effect April 15th, after being unanimously approved in City Council and signed by Mayor Eric Garcetti in February of this year. The ordinance, which began as a motion authored by Councilmember David Ryu, aims to curb repeat offenders of out-of-control parties in residential neighborhoods with escalating fines and new enforcement tools for the Los Angeles Police Department.Read more...