The Los Angeles Division is the largest of 16 regional divisions of the League of California Cities and is comprised of 86 cities in Los Angeles County. The League’s Los Angeles County Division strives to provide its members with information to assist in providing high-quality service to cities and their citizens.
The major activities of the League’s Los Angeles County Division include:
- Promoting legislative advocacy on issues of importance to the division and the League.
- Serving as a technical and advisory resource to the League through policy committee representatives.
- Providing information to city officials regarding League activities and providing an opportunity for members to share resources and experiences with other city officials through their list serve and meetings.
Barrows recently completed a one-year term serving as Vice President, League of California Cities – Los Angeles Division Executive Board. In 2009 he served on the League of California Cities Annual Planning Committee. He has also served on the League of California Cities Transportation, Communications & Public Works Policy Committee (January 2008 to December 2009), League of California Cities – Los Angeles Division Executive Board as Treasurer from 2008 to 2009 and as Secretary from 2009 to 2010 (Executive Board and Legislative Committee, Los Angeles Division January 2001-March 2003).
In Cerritos, Councilman Barrows is currently serving as city councilman for a second time. Originally elected in 1994, he termed out in 2003, but was elected back in 2007 and was reelected in 2011.