Assistant Council President Pro-Tempore
Trade, Commerce & Tourism
Arts, Parks, Health & Aging
Ad Hoc River
Rules and Elections Committee
Jobs & Business
Audits & Government Efficiency
Ad Hoc Stadium
Alive, the paper of the City Employees Club, interviewed Tom for its February issue.
Council District 4 offers a taste of all the best that Los Angeles has to offer. Stretching from the theatres of North Hollywood through the urban wilderness of Griffith Park to the museums of Miracle Mile, the district encompasses a diverse and vibrant community.
Tom LaBonge lives daily by his oft-spoken words: "Let’s continue to enjoy and love the great City of Los Angeles." As the elected representative of the Fourth Council District, LaBonge has a deserved reputation for not only knowing the name of every street in his district, but taking the time to listen to the concerns of his constituents.
Councilmember Tom LaBonge will be at Urban Lights at LACMA at Wilshire and Ogden on Friday morning to unveil the resurfacing of Wilshire Boulevard curb lanes from Fairfax Avenue to Wilton Place. Councilmember LaBonge allocated discretionary...more...
Councilmember Tom LaBonge will join with Councilmember Eric Garcetti to inaugurate the final 500-foot segment of the Silver Lake Reservoir walking path tomorrow, Wednesday, October 10, 2012 at 5 p.m. This final piece of the puzzle completes...more...
Councilmember Tom LaBonge will be providing free shuttle bus service from the parking lot of the Greek Theatre for visitors to the Griffith Observatory tomorrow morning. The service will be available at no charge to anyone interested in viewing...more...
Council District 4 is in the geographic heart of Los Angeles and home to many of the city’s beloved iconic landmarks. The Griffith Observatory, the Hollywood Bowl, the Los Angeles River, the Original Farmers Market, Universal Studios and the...more...
It’s all about neighborhoods, and the 4th District and the City of Los Angeles are made up of great neighborhoods. Redistricting was a process that changes the 4th District, but I’m pleased that it retains many of its core neighborhoods and...more...