Stanton City Council – District 4
It has been my privilege to serve you on Stanton City Council.
Together we can continue to support our motto “Community Pride and Forward Vision”. 2020 has been our most challenging year-to-date battling the COVID-19 pandemic and finally gaining the federal court’s approval to resolve our homeless crisis. Great things are on the horizon for the City of Stanton and I am looking forward to finishing those projects for our community.
Looking forward to a better and healthier 2021 for everyone.
Serving you for the past four years has been an honor and a privilege and has brought many challenges and successes. I increased your property values with the popular Rodeo 39 project. District 4 has Stanton’s first million-dollar homes that sold out immediately. The Brookfield town-homes are moving towards completion, and we are building executive apartments on Beach Blvd. These projects created new local jobs, aided Stanton’s economic growth, and increased your quality of life.
With your support, we ended the City’s homeless crisis. I will continue to fight to keep our community safe. Police and Fire/Paramedics will continue to be my priority. Stanton’s crime has dropped 28% over the past four years.
By assisting local small businesses and adopting ordinances to accommodate their resurgence, I helped put Stanton on the path for economic recovery from the pandemic. By keeping our budget balanced, I again reduced government spending.
I kept my commitment to you by improving communication between the City, residents, and businesses. Stanton has been my family’s home for 49 years. Under my continuing leadership, District 4 will be a community of pride and forward vision. I ask for your vote on Nov. 3.
Mayor Pro Tem
Stanton Safest Cities 2021
In 2021, Stanton was recognized as one of the top 50 safest cities in California by Safewise in their 7th annual rankings. This ranking saw Stanton move ahead of 32 cities to be within the top 50. This was achieved by the great work of our Sheriff’s deputies and city staff. In the last four years, property crime has decreased by ▼28.3% and violent crime by ▼27.5%.
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Countywide cases per 100k residents – 14 days
Carol Warren is a Stanton resident, business owner, and councilwoman. She is a past mayor of the City of Stanton and is currently serving as your Councilwoman for District 4.
Learn more about District 4 and the improvements coming to Stanton’s southern gateway area.