City of Lomita Officials
Lomita, the 76th incorporated city in the County of Los Angeles, California operates as a contract city. The City Council is the legislative body and addresses the current and future needs of the City and its residents by adopting policies that promote the best interest of the community. The City Council holds regular meetings to conduct the official business of the City and:
Regular City Council meetings are held on the first and third Mondays of each month at 7:00PM in Lomita City Hall, 24300 Narbonne Avenue. Lomita's municipal elections are held on the first Tuesday in November of odd-numbered years.
The City Manager, a professional hired by the City Council, directs Lomita's day-to-day affairs. The City Manager is charged with carrying out the City Council's decisions and adopted policies.
Under the aegis of the City Council, the City Manager proposes policies and programs, carries out directives voted by the City Council, and develops a long range view of City problems, needs, goals, and objectives for consideration by the City Council. The City Manager also prepares general rules and regulations necessary for the conduct of the administrative offices and departments of the City, hires all City employees, and prepares the City's budget and financial reports each fiscal year.
The City Clerk maintains all official records, prepares agendas and keeps complete and accurate records of all City Council, Housing Authority and Development Commission meetings, conducts municipal elections, and performs all functions of the City Clerk's office in accordance with the law.
The City Attorney provides legal counsel to the City Council, the City Manager, and the various City departments, represents the City in litigation or to manage outside counsel representing the City in litigation, helps the City avoid litigation whenever possible, drafts ordinances and resolutions, prosecutes violations of the Municipal Code, manages the cost of legal services, and supports the City Council in the development and adoption of policy. The City Attorney's key objectives are to:
The Lomita Parking Authority, which consists of the City Council members, who serve as the agency's board of directors, identifies areas where supplemental parking is needed for transit commuters and local businesses, purchases land, and develops municipal parking lots.
Statement of Economic Interests
Lomita City Hall 24300 Narbonne Ave P.O. Box 339 Lomita
CA U.S.A. 90717 310-325-7110
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