Since being elected in November of 2016, I have worked alongside my councilmembers and the city staff to continue to strive for One City, One Alhambra.
- In 2019, I worked with the police department to increase neighborhood watch groups across the city.
- In 2019, I actively engaged with the police department in homeless placement.
- In 2018, I worked to bring the Ring Home Security Rebate Program to our city.
- Since 2017, I have approved funding for better fire and police equipment.
- In 2019, I worked to secure over $200 million in Measure R funds to improve traffic in Alhambra.
- In 2019, I worked to approve the general plan for a bike plan implementation and ACT bus route/ridership study.
- In 2018, worked to approve street improvement projects, Pedestrian Activated Lighted Crosswalks, and alley rehabilitation projects with funds from HUD, Measure R and state and federal grants.
- In 2017, I co-chaired a 710 freeway committee that worked with local and state government stakeholders to collaborate and work on solutions to improve our city’s traffic.
Parks and Recreation:
- In 2019, I worked with LA County to return the Shorb Clinic property back to our city.
- In January of 2018, I worked KaBoom, the Los Angeles Dodgers, and the city of Alhambra to build a playground at Alhambra Park.
- In April of 2018, I approved funding for Almansor Park to add and upgrade basketball courts, green space, picnic area, and bathrooms.
- In July 2018, I approved funding for the opening of the National Fitness Campaign, Fitness Court at Alhambra Park.
- In 2018, I approved an ordinance allowing dogs on leashes in all city parks.
- In 2017, I brought forth the request and voted to secure funding to add more pool hours.
- In 2017, I approved funding to add special need classes and opened an all-inclusive playground at Emery Park.
- In 2019, I approved funding for an affordable housing project in Alhambra for permanent supportive and low-income housing.
- In 2019, I approved funding of over $300,000 in Measure H funds for emergency hotel/motel vouchers.
- In 2018, I approved the implementation of the Homeless Outreach Mental Evaluation (HOME) Team comprised of city officials, Alhambra Police, Fire, and Code Enforcement departments, the Alhambra School District, Union Station Homeless Services and community nonprofits including Kingdom Causes and the YMCA of West San Gabriel to assist with the homeless population or people experiencing a mental healthcare crisis.
- In 2017, I actively engaged with the city and the Union Station Homeless Services in Pasadena to collaborate and provide assistance for our growing homeless population.