Welcome to the Valley!

I love the San Fernando Valley. It's where my wife and I are raising our children, where my parents are enjoying their golden years and home to the best people in the nation. It is an honor to serve and a privilege to represent the Valley on the Los Angeles City Council.

Please explore the resources offered on this website and remember that my staff and I, whether based out of my district office in Reseda or at City Hall, are here to serve you above all else. Please feel free to stop by – we are ready to help. Together we will work to achieve our shared goals and create the Los Angeles it should, can, and deserves to be. 

Thank you.

 

BOB BLUMENFIELD

Councilmember, Third District


  • Upcoming events

    Saturday, July 09, 2016 at 10:00 AM
    LAPD Headquarters- Main St. Between 1st and 2nd

    LAPD Presents People and Pets Safety Fair

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    Saturday, August 13, 2016 at 08:00 AM

    Ham Radio Class

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