Dear Neighbors,

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.

District Four

The Latest

PRESS RELEASE: City Hall Celebrates Lunar New Year

Los Angeles, CA -- Today, Councilmembers David Ryu joined Gil Cedillo, Council President Herb Wesson, the Department of Animal Services and the City of Los Angeles to celebrate the Lunar New Year and welcome the Year of the Earth Dog. Lunar New Year is a holiday celebrated at the beginning of the Chinese lunisolar calendar and its festivities are observed by Korea, Vietnam, Japan, Tibet, Mongolia, and many other Asian countries, as well as communities in Los Angeles.


PRESS RELEASE: Council Committee Approves Motion to Study Hollywood Sign and Griffith Park Strategies

Los Angeles, CA -- Today, the Arts, Parks & Rivers committee approved Councilmember Ryu’s motion instructing various City Departments to study the feasibility of 29 strategies proposed by a Dixon Resources Unlimited study to address issues of mobility, safety and access to Griffith Park and the Hollywood Sign. The study was released on January 17 of this year, the same day Councilmember Ryu introduced the motion approved by the Committee today.


PRESS RELEASE: City Council Calls for Expanded Definition of Grave Disability

Los Angeles, CA -- The Los Angeles City Council approved a Resolution Wednesday calling for much-needed state legislation that would expand the definition of “gravely disabled” to include "medical treatment where the lack or failure of such treatment results in substantial physical harm or death.” The expanded definition would allow officials to more effectively treat preventable causes of death among the homeless population and allow for a higher standard of care to homeless individuals suffering from mental illness. The Resolution was co-introduced by Councilmembers Ryu, Huizar, Englander, and Buscaino.