Alicia Weintraub

Date Elected: 11/18/15
Term Expiration: 20

100 Civic Center Way
Calabasas, CA 91302
(818) 224-1605
Fax (818) 225-7308



  • Vice Chair, City Of Calabasas Planning Commission (2013-2015)

  • Chair, Lvusd Measure G Oversight Committee (2012-Present)

  • Board Member, The Foundation For Las Virgenes Schools (2012-Present)

  • Board Member, Bay Laurel Elementary School (2012-Present)

  • City Of Calabasas Environmental Commissioner (2011-2013)

  • City Of Calabasas Environmental Commission Ad Hoc Committee For Coyote Education, Co-Chair (2011-2013)

  • City Of Calabasas Bicycle Advisory Committee Member (2009-2011)

  • Neighborhood Watch Coordinator, Braewood Community (2014-Present)

Community Activities:

  • Temple Aliyah Board Of Directors, Education Committee (2011-2013)

  • Pepperdine University School Of Public Policy, Guest Speaker ·

  • Greater Mulwood Homeowners Association, Member

  • Calabasas Chamber Of Commerce, Member

  • Calabasas Historical Society, Member

  • Volunteer Coordinator Team, Calabasas Special Olympics Host City

  • Municipal Management Association Of Southern California, Member

  • Urban Land Institute, Member

  • Calabasas- Las Virgenes Historical Society, Member

  • Sierra Club, Member


  • Pepperdine University, School Of Public Policy, Malibu, CA
    Master Of Public Policy, Specialization In Economics And Regional And Local Policy, May 2002

  • University Of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA
    Bachelor Of Arts, Sociology With A Minor In Education, June 1999

City Government Experience:

  • Land Use Analysis And Research For Non-Profits And Businesses In The City Of Los Angeles

  • Wrote New Market Tax Credit Application, Which Received 2010 Allocation For Community Revitlization Efforts In The City Of San Fernando

  • Worked With City, Business Owners, And Residents On Formation Of Business Improvement District In The City Of Culver City

  • Designed Culver City Policy Strategy For The Exposition Light Rail Transit Line. Strategy Included Adopted City Council And Redevelopment Agency Resolutions, The Creation Of Governing Planning Document, And Community Outreach.

  • Co-Managed All Economic Development Activities, Which Included Business Attraction, Retention, And Development For The City Of Burbank.

  • Managed The City Of Burbank's Mayor’s Business Outreach Program, Which Involved The Mayor Meeting Monthly With Local Business To Gain And Better Understanding Of The Issues Facing The City.

  • Produced Monthly Economic Indicator Report On The Burbank, California, And National Economies.

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