COMPTON COMMUNITY RESOURCES

Compton Advocates understands that they key to healthy, safe and clean communities is resources and community involvement.  We wanted to create a page dedicated to information and resources within our community.  Please feel free to save and share with your neighbors.

CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS

City Council meetings are held every Tuesday at 5:30pm.  If there is closed session, they will begin at 4:30pm. There are no meetings held on the 5th Tuesday of the month.  Due to COVID, meetings are closed to the public but you can view them in several ways online. 


To access the meetings virtually: 


Facebook LIve: https://www.facebook.com/CityofComptonOfficial

Channel 36 (Spectrum)

Online at: http://www.comptoncity.org/officials/clerk/agendas/current.asp


If you would like to review past meeting agendas or watch the videos, you can find them on the city council webpage.

CITY FINANCIAL REPORTS

To view the city's financial reports please click the link below: 


http://www.comptoncity.org/depts/finance/docs.asp


ARE YOU REGISTERED TO VOTE?

If you need to register to vote or check your voter registration status, please visit www.lavote.net


DO YOU KNOW WHICH DISTRICT YOU LIVE IN?

REPRESENTATIVES AND CONTACT INFORMATION

District 1 - Michelle Chambers

[email protected]

Liaison: TBD


District 2 - Isaac Galvan

[email protected] 

Liaison: [email protected]


District 3 - Jonathan Bowers

[email protected] 

Liaison: [email protected]


District 4 -Currently Vacant

Liaison: 


Mayors Office - Mayor Emma Sharif

[email protected]

Liaison: [email protected]


PLEASE DON'T DUMP!

CITY OF COMPTON COVID RESOURCES

The City of Compton has a comprehensive COVID Resource page, which include a resource guide.  This information can be accessed by clicking HERE.

METRO MICRO IS HERE!

New Rideshare service from MetroHave you heard?! 


 The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) has launched Metro Micro, a new on-demand rideshare service offering trips within several service areas in Los Angeles County including Watts/Willowbrook, Inglewood/LAX, El Monte, Compton and North Hollywood Burbank, with four additional zones launching in the Summer. 


The new service is for short trips and uses small vehicles (seating up to 10 customers). Metro Micro is part of Metro’s family of services and has been designed hand-in-hand with our NextGen Bus Plan. The new service is meant to extend the offering of public transit to areas where running fixed-route buses proves challenging. 


 To learn more about Metro Micro, visit metro.net/MetroMicro

CITY OF COMPTON RESOURCE GUIDE

CLICK IMAGE TO VISIT THE RESOURCE GUIDE

Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed, citizens can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever has.”

― Margaret Mead

Compton Advocates Coalition is a non-partisan, not-for-profit charitable organization committed to supporting the Compton Community. We do not support or endorse any candidate and will present all information on a neutral platform.

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