Council Member, Salvador Alatorre


Salvador Alatorre was elected to the City Council in November 2011.  Prior to his election to council, he served as City Treasurer for four years. In addition to serving as an elected official, Sal, as he is known by his friends and constituents, has remained active in many capacities throughout his 30 years of residency in the City of Lynwood. He has served as Chair of the Lynwood Public Safety Parking and Traffic Commission, two terms on the Lynwood Neighborhood Block Watch which works in concert with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, president of the LULAC, a civil rights non-profit organization and Vice President of the Lynwood Latino Coalition. His goal is to ensure that residents have a voice and are provided a clean and safe community.

In his personal life, Sal has been a dedicated civil servant for the State of California Environmental Protection Agency for the last 18 years and is very well respected amongst his colleagues. The City has provided a great environment for his family. He has four children who were born and raised in Lynwood and says “Home is where the heart is”. All his children attended Lynwood schools, and participated in Lynwood programs and events. In his spare time he enjoys spending time with his grandchildren and problem solving. He takes pride in resolving issues to improve the Quality of Life for all Lynwood residents. Sal believes the City has potential to progress and by working together we can achieve that goal.

Contact Information

Council Member, Salvador Alatorre
Telephone (310) 603-0220, 200