L.A. County Supervisor District Three Initiatives

Serving the Westside and San Fernando Valley

Water Priorities

The future of Los Angeles depends on a reliable supply of safe, clean drinking water.

Southern California’s water supply and delivery system must be upgraded to maintain a reliable supply of safe, clean drinking water.

Droughts are getting worse and more constant. We can’t simply conserve our way out of this problem by using and consuming less water at home. We must use science and technology to capture more rainwater, do a better job cleaning and recycling water and making other water-saving improvements.

To ensure a reliable supply of safe clean water, we can:

  • Upgrade sewers and storm drain systems to capture, clean and recycle more water.
  • Improve reservoirs to store more water during rainy seasons and invest in other sustainable water technologies that can increase our water supply.
  • We must improve sewer systems and storm drains to prevent polluted runoff from entering groundwater, rivers, lakes, streams and coastal waters… including pushing forward the voter-approved Measure W projects as quickly as possible.
Transportation Priorities

We must invest in sustainable water solutions to increase drinking water supplies.

We can increase local groundwater supplies by capturing, cleaning and recycling water.

Water storage and delivery systems should be upgraded to better withstand natural disasters like wildfires and flooding. 


Our region is in a megadrought, and conservation alone will not solve this crisis. Investing in recycled water programs and renewable water sources are critical to ensure the Southern California’s water future. 

L.A. County Supervisor District 3 Water Projects

Transportation Priorities

Road and Transportation Priorities

The safety of residents relies on timely infrastructure repairs.

The next Third District Supervisor for Los Angeles County will have the opportunity to lead on transportation and infrastructure projects that will impact and improve the lives of hundreds of thousands of Angelenos. We deserve safe and modern driving and transit options, and using funding from Measure M will address these issues while creating local jobs and boosting the economy. 

Between natural disasters and expected wear and tear that cause bumps, cracks and potholes, residents are paying the price for outdated roads and transit. 

The San Fernando Valley is home to only 2 of 93 L.A. Metro stops, cutting off seniors, working people, families and those with disabilities from accessible transit options. Improving streets, highways and the L.A. Metro means more than connecting communities – these infrastructure projects also create good union jobs that boost our local economy. 

Transportation Priorities

We Must

  • Fix potholes and maintain streets and highways
  • Fix deteriorating bridges, ramps and overpasses
  • Improve safety by upgrading on and off ramps, guardrails and fixing bottlenecks
  • Improve and expand L.A. Metro Service
  • Create good, union jobs
  • Fight climate change
  • Improve air quality

Upgrading transportation is essential whether it be our trains and buses, or the roads our cars drive on day after day. The Pavement Condition Index (PCI) is used to rate the quality of city streets. With below average ratings, the transportation infrastructure in Los Angeles County needs major improvements.

The majority of streets in the Third Supervisor District of Los Angeles County fall between 61-70 on the PCI scale and will need improvement.

Transportation Priorities
Transportation Priorities
Transportation Priorities

Did You Know?

  • The quality of the pavement on most L.A. County streets and roads is on the “At-Risk” level according to the PCI index.

  • Measure M will provide $22.5 Billion of funding over 40 years

  • More than 200 road and transit projects are in discussion that could help support the LA28 Olympic Games including the people mover in Inglewood.