Serving La Jolla for over 70 Years
Role of the LJTC
The key role of the La Jolla Town Council is to ratify the work of our joint and sub-committees. This work is undertaken in the 30 days prior to the LJTC Meeting. In addition to also providing a voice or the Community in a figurative sense, the Council offers a literal platform for opinion and guidance via Trustee voting. Common topics brought forth for vote among Trustees are in regard to events staged in La Jolla and also community issues that demand the attention of City Council. Unlike the La Jolla Merchant’s Association, which is targeted toward merchants in the Business Improvement Districts, the Town Council supports all community residents and votes on matters that affect the community as a whole. The Town Council feeds into the City Council, and brings local affairs to the attention of the City Council on a monthly basis.
LJTC Mission Statement
The La Jolla Town Council is the town Square of the La Jolla community. A non-profit organization, run by volunteers, elected trustees and an executive committee. The council holds monthly non-partisan meetings where residents and businesses of La Jolla can highlight issues and voice their opinions to the community, the City of San Diego and its representatives. Come join us!