Council MemberJosé Huizar heads the 14th City Council District of Los Angeles, which encompasses Eagle…More Rock and other neighborhoods in Northern Los Angeles as well as Downtown Los Angeles, Boyle Heights and El Sereno. Previously a member of the Los Angeles Unified School District Board of Education, Huizar was elected to the City Council in a special election in 2005 to fill the seat vacated by Antonio Villaraigosa following his election as mayor of Los Angeles. Huizar was reelected in 2007 and he ran successfully for a second reelection in 2011, winning another four-year term. A lawyer before he became a politician, Huizar is an alumnus of UCLA, UC Berkeley and Princeton University.</p>
<p>Huizar's office is in City Hall on Spring Street in downtown L.A, but part of his staff works permanently at the historic City Hall building in Eagle Rock, which was designed by architect William Lee Woollett and built in 1922 as the headquarters of what was then the city of Eagle Rock. The city was annexed to Los Angeles the following year and the City Hall building became the office of the Council member. City Hall was renovated and rededicated in 1971.</p>
Eagle Rock City Hall 2035 Colorado Blvd, Los Angeles, CA90041 Eagle Rock City Hall serves as a governmental and field office for 14th District City Council Member Jose Huizar and the…More Department of Building and Safety. The Eagle Rock Neighborhood Council, a volunteer organization that advises the city on various issues, also holds meetings at this historic landmark, which was constructed in 1922.
Eagle Rock Neighborhood Council 2225 Colorado Blvd, Los Angeles, CA90041 The Eagle Rock Neighborhood Council is a volunteer-run city organization meeting on the first Tuesday of each month.…More The organization is dedicated to addressing the concerns of Eagle Rock citizens and has a working budget of $45,000 per year. Visit the Eagle Rock Neighborhood Council website for participation information.