Since 1950, the La Jolla Town Council – a hands-on organization of volunteer citizens – has acted as a traditional American Town Hall for our community. The Council’s mission is to be a unifying voice on behalf of the entire La Jolla community and to provide a liaison to the City of San Diego in matters concerning land use, beautification, traffic, parks and beaches, crime and many other vital concerns to La Jollans.
The Council also acts as a forum to investigate, hold hearings, debate, reach consensus and solve issues of community concern. Recent forum issues include the sea lions at the Cove, noise and crime at Marine Street Beach, vacation rentals in our neighborhoods, and homelessness in La Jolla. We are also holding a series of special forums about La Jolla’s arts and culture, education, historical preservation efforts, and charitable organizations. Please see the enclosed flyer for more information.
If this appeals to you, we hope you will join/renew your membership with the Town Council to demonstrate your commitment to good governance and support for our community. Memberships are our primary source of income. We encourage you to make your voice heard at our monthly meetings at 5:00 PM on the second Thursday of each month at the La Jolla Recreation Center. The Town Council is truly the unifying voice for all La Jolla - we stand ready to speak for La Jolla at every opportunity.
La Jolla Town Council