The Budget Advocates are an elected, all volunteer, independent advisory body charged with making constructive recommendations on the City's budget to the Mayor and City Council and inspiring City Departments to improve their operations. Budget Advocates also solicit stakeholder input on City services, inform Angelenos on the City's fiscal management and report on the City's progress.
Engage with Neighborhood Councils and stakeholders on the City's financial condition
Encourage the City to allocate its resources to improve services and quality of life for all Angelenos
Advocate for Los Angeles' true potential as one of the world's leading cities
Bring transparency to the City's budget process
On February 14, 2023 the Neighborhood Council Budget Advocates met with Mayor Karen Bass to present some of their budget priorities, including homelessness and housing, funding pensions, infrastructure, ethics, emergency preparedness, Neighborhood Council funding, and the 2028 Olympics.
Executive Committee for 2022-23
Co-Chairs: Kay Hartman & Glenn Bailey
Budget Advocates 2022-2024
200 North Spring Street, Suite 2005
Los Angeles, California 90012
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