Back in 2013, I introduced constituents in the great 13th Council District to The Mitch Plan.

The Mitch Plan is a set of goals to improve the look and feel of our neighborhoods and make our district the very best: improving our quality of life and providing a safe, enjoyable visitor experience to some of the most vibrant neighborhoods in all of Los Angeles.

My 33-year history with the 13th District, and my experience working with boots-on-the-ground as a volunteer and public servant, informed my approach. I’ve only been in office for two years, and we are already seeing much of our plan realized, and are prepared to push ahead in the coming year.

Here’s a list of what we accomplished together in 2014. Moving forward, you can also sign up for my weekly updates that will be sent directly to your inbox.

I want to thank you for your support and with your help, we will accomplish even more as we round out the year!

Warm regards,

Councilmember Mitch O'Farrell




A message from Los Angeles Animal Services General Manager Brenda Barnette:

Some neighborhoods feel they are seeing more coyote visitors this year. If accurate it may be reflective of the drought, but I’m starting to think that either people are making it easier for them to get food or the coyotes may have simply adapted to urban living and lost the fear of people. At this time we are recommending the use of humane “hazing techniques” designed to re-instill the fear of people for the coyotes.

Helping Our Community

The CD13 team is devoted to improving the quality of life for our residents. In fact, that is a primary goal of this site!

We would also like to make sure you as a resident also have easy access to our team, and to the City services and resources you need:  Just visit our Help section for useful information and tools!

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