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Organization

Foothill Transit is governed by a Joint Powers Authority of 22 member cities and the County of Los Angeles. The larger Governing Board is divided into five regional clusters that elect representatives once a year at the agency's annual meeting to serve on a five-member Executive Board.

Joint Powers Authority Governing Board

Arcadia
Councilmember Roger Chandler
Councilmember Tom Beck, Alternate
Irwindale
Mayor Pro Tem Albert Ambriz
Councilmember Manuel R. Garcia, Alternate
Azusa
Councilmember Uriel Macias
Councilmember Edward J. Alvarez, Alternate
La Puente
Mayor Valerie Muñoz
Mayor Pro Tem Violeta Lewis, Alternate
Baldwin Park
Councilmember Richard Pacheco
Councilmember Cruz Baca, Alternate
La Verne
Councilmember Charles A. Rosales
Mayor Pro Tem Tim Hepburn, Alternate
Bradbury
Councilmember Richard G. Barakat
Councilmember D. Montgomery Lewis, Alternate
Monrovia
Councilmember Becky Shevlin
VACANT, Alternate
Claremont
Councilmember Corey Calaycay
Mayor Pro Tem Opanyi K. Nasiali, Alternate
Pasadena
Councilmember Margaret McAustin
Mayor Terry Tornek, Alternate
Covina
Councilmember Peggy A. Delach
Councilmember John C. King, Alternate
Pomona
Councilmember Robert Torres
Mayor Tim Sandoval, Alternate
Diamond Bar
Councilmember Carol Herrera
Councilmember Nancy A. Lyons, Alternate
San Dimas
Councilmember Emmett Badar
Councilmember John Ebiner, Alternate
Duarte
Councilmember Tzeitel Paras-Caracci
Councilmember Samuel Kang, Alternate
South El Monte
Councilmember Hector Delgado
Mayor Gloria Olmos, Alternate
El Monte
Councilmember Juventino “J” Gomez
VACANT, Alternate
Temple City
Mayor Cynthia Sternquist
Mayor Pro Tem William Man, Alternate
Glendora
Mayor Gary Boyer
Councilmember Michael Allawos, Alternate
Walnut
Councilmember Bob Pacheco
Councilmember Andrew Rodriguez, Alternate
Industry
Mayor Pro Tem Cory C. Moss
Councilmember Abraham N. Cruz, Alternate
West Covina
Mayor Corey Warshaw
Councilmember James Toma, Alternate
  Los Angeles County
David C. Rodriguez (Representing Supervisor Don Knabe)
Michael De La Torre (Representing Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich)
Sam Pedroza (Representing Supervisor Hilda Solis)

Executive Board

Corey Calaycay
Executive Board Chair
Cluster 1 – Claremont
Bob Pacheco, Walnut, Alternate

Corey Warshaw
Executive Board Vice Chair
Cluster 2 – West Covina
Gary Boyer, Glendora, Alternate

Carol Herrera
Executive Board Chair
Cluster 4 – Diamond Bar
Valerie Muñoz, La Puente, Alternate

Cynthia Sternquist
Executive Board Member
Cluster 3 – Temple City
Richard Barakat, Bradbury, Alternate

Sam Pedroza
Executive Board Member
Cluster 5 – L.A. County (Representing Supervisor Hilda Solis)
Michael De La Torre, L.A. County (Representing Supervisor Michael D. Antonovich), Alternate

More information on Board Members

Foothill Transit is required by the California Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) to post a single Form 806 onto its website. This form lists information on all paid appointed positions, and is updated when there is a change in compensation or list of appointments.

Foothill Transit’s California Form 806

ADA Policy:

In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, Foothill Transit makes accommodation for persons with disabilities who wish to use any of their services. These include but are not limited to wheelchair accessible ramps or lifts on all buses, low-floor, kneeling buses, audio and visual on board bus stop announcements and safety messages, elevators and escalators at Transit Store locations, TDD/TTY access via the California Relay Service via 711, and braille-enhanced bus stop booklets to assist with correct boarding .  For more information, please call 1-800-RIDE-INFO (743-3463).

Foothill Transit is committed to ensuring that no person is denied access to its services, programs, or activities on the basis of their disabilities, as provided by title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (“ADA”). If you need to make an ADA-related complaint, please use this ADA Complaint Form.