Councilmember Cedillo sits on the following committees:
- Chair, Housing
- Chair, Immigrant Affairs, Civil Rights and Equity
- Vice Chair, Health, Education and Neighborhood Councils
- Vice Chair, Ad Hoc Olympics 2024
- Member, Energy, Climate Change and Environmental Justice
- Member, Ad Hoc Police Reform
*As of 7/1/17
Housing and Community Investment Department, Housing Authority, Affordable Housing Commission, Rent Adjustment Commission, Commission for Community & Family Services, Relocation Appeals Board, Rent Escrow Account Program (REAP), housing- related matters of SCAG. Consolidated Plan; all non-homeless related housing matters including grants; review of bonds and subsidies for housing from all sources related to the Housing Trust Fund; Urban Development Action Grant (UDAG) funds; rent control; residential code enforcement on existing housing, slum housing abatement and the Rent Escrow Account Program (REAP); community development programs; container housing; pre-fabricated housing; residential code enforcement for existing housing; all related functions and management, financial and operational audits of the listed departments not otherwise specifically assigned; and all County, State, and federal programs affecting matters under the committee’s jurisdiction, except legislation.
Immigrant Affairs, Civil Rights, and Equity
Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs, Immigrant Advocate, Human Relations Commission, Commission on the Status of Women. Immigrant affairs and immigration; day laborer programs; human rights; multi-culturalism; embRACE LA; race and ethnic relations; diversity; social justice; restorative justice; comparable worth and pay equity; social equity; human trafficking; all matters related to the City's policies on discriminatory practices and equal employment opportunities; all related functions and management, financial, and operational audits of the listed entities and departments not otherwise specifically assigned; and all County, State, and federal programs affecting matters under the committee’s jurisdiction, including legislation.
Health, Education, and Neighborhood Councils
City Health Commission, LA's BEST Afterschool Enrichment Program, Aging Department, Department on Disability, Commission on Disability, Department of Neighborhood Empowerment, Board of Neighborhood Commissioners. All County, State and federal programs affecting health and hospitals, except legislation; alcoholism; drug abuse; health; obesity; communicable diseases; lifestyle and human needs; hospitals and health clinics; needs of the disabled; senior citizens; city public and private schools; all matters related to the Los Angeles Unified School District, Los Angeles Community College District, Los Angeles County Board of Education, California State University, and University of California except those specifically assigned elsewhere; after school programs; child care issues; day care programs; joint use opportunities with school facilities and concurrent review of school crossings; school safety issues; concurrent review of South Coast Air Quality Management District and air quality issues; concurrent review of the Health Element ofthe General Plan; Neighborhood Councils; community naming or renaming; and all related functions and management, financial, operational audits of the listed entities and departments not otherwise specifically assigned; and all County, State, and federal programs affecting matters under the committee’s jurisdiction, except legislation.
Energy, Climate Change, and Environmental Justice
Department of Water and Power, Bureau of Sanitation, Board of Public Works Petroleum Administrator, South Coast Air Quality Management District, State Solid Waste Management Board, State Water Quality Control Board, Board of Water and Power Commissioners, Community Forest Advisory Committee, Metropolitan Water District of Southern California, Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board. Recycling; sanitation systems for solid, liquid, hazardous, and toxic waste and for all matters directly related to those matters, including siting, sewers, air quality, water quality, overall review of environmental impact reports or statements, or of the environmental impact of proposed Council actions that have not been considered as part of a land use decision; environmental justice; all matters relating to the Environmental, and Sewer Construction and Maintenance Trust Funds, including the review or concurrent review of the use of bonds or other financing mechanism involving these funds; energy; water supply and conservation; expenditure of funds from the Proposition O Clean Water, Ocean, River, Beach, Bay Storm Water Cleanup Fund; all matters related to climate change and global warming; all matters relating to oil and natural gas; all related functions and management, financial, and operational audits of the listed entities and departments not specifically assigned; and all County, State, and federal programs affecting matters under the committee’s jurisdiction, except legislation.