Legislative Affairs is the focal point of coordination of State and Federal legislative policy and strategy for the County. In consultation with the Board of Supervisors, and County departments, CEO Legislative Affairs develops the County’s legislative priorities and policies for consideration by the Board. Based on these policies, and the Board’s on-going guidance, Legislative Affairs works with departments and other County stakeholders to identify, analyze, and take advocacy positions on State and Federal legislation and budget proposals. The County’s advocacy is handled on a day-to-day basis by the Sacramento and Washington, D.C. offices.Contact Us
The County’s State and Federal Agendas contain principles and policies that serve as the basis for the development and advocacy of positions on legislative, administrative, and budget issues.
State and Federal Legislation of Interest to the County of Los Angeles
This report provides the status of State and Federal County-Advocacy Legislation and Legislation of County interest. This online legislative tracking system provides up-to-date bill status and information; information regarding the County’s position; and allows end-users to view reports in their entirety, or search bill reports by category, such as issue area, county position, etc.
Rosters for members of the Los Angeles County legislative delegation, and legislative district maps for the State.
Legislative program overview and resources.
Development of the County’s Federal Legislative Agenda
Development of the County’s State Legislative Agenda
Development of County Positions
Development of County-Sponsored State Legislation and Budget Proposals
Resources & Training Materials