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City Council

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The City Councilmembers serve for a term of four (4) years and are elected at large. The City Councilmembers select one of their members to serve as Mayor and this office rotates among the members of Council on their yearly reorganization which occurs in April.

To contact the City Council Offices, please call Council Support Staff at (323) 848-6460 or email.

City Council Members

Mayor Lindsey P. Horvath
Mayor Lindsey P. Horvath was elected to the West Hollywood City Council on March 3, 2015. She previously served as a Councilmember for two years from 2009-2011. Mayor Horvath has a long history of civic and social justice advocacy and has spearheaded policies to make West Hollywood an “Age-Friendly Community”.

john heilman Mayor Pro Tempore John Heilman

John Heilman was active in the incorporation of the City of West Hollywood. He was elected to the City’s first City Council in November 1984. He currently teaches law at both Southwestern Law School and the University of Southern California Law School.


Councilmember John D'Amico 
John D’Amico has deep roots in our community. His commitment to West Hollywood’s core values of providing affordable housing, a consistently high level of social services for residents in need, as well as a safe place to live, visit, play and be an individual is unwavering.


Councilmember John Duran 
John J. Duran was elected to the West Hollywood City Council on March 6, 2001. He is committed to preserving and enhancing the well-being of the West Hollywood community while fostering the energy that fuels “The Creative City.”


Councilmember Lauren Meister
After nearly two decades as a neighborhood advocate, Lauren Meister was elected to the West Hollywood City Council on March 3, 2015. Prior to her election, she served on numerous City commissions & committees, worked to mitigate traffic & parking impacts, supported creative parking solutions to help neighborhood businesses & initiated the City’s “Live, Work, Play, Be Safe” educational campaign.

To contact the City Council Offices, please call (323) 848-6460 or email.