"Allowing our most treasured residents the ability to choose their destiny and remain at home as long as they see fit."
"My goal is to keep Ward 4 as a safe place to live, work, and thrive."
"I want to ensure that businesses in Ward 4 have a chance to be vibrant and flourish. I am committed to seeing our business corridors as hubs for technology, innovation, and economic stability."
"World class constituent services is my only goal."
Welcome to Councilmember Brandon T. Todd’s official D.C. Council website. We’re glad you stopped by!
The D.C. council is in the midst of Performance Hearing season. District agencies are brought before that Council and questioned on their FY 15 performance. Councilmember Todd and his staff are diligently attending and following each of these hearings so as to play an active role in ensuring each one is even more efficient and effective at serving D.C. residents in 2016. If you have any questions on these hearings, please reach out to Michele Blackwell, Legislative Director, at MBlackwell@dccouncil.us.
The Councilmember chronicles the daily work he does in service of the residents of Ward 4 on his Facebook and Twitter pages, as well as in his weekly newsletter. If you aren’t currently following him on those accounts, or receiving his newsletter, please visit our “Media” section on this webpage, and/or reach out to Jordan Rummel, Director of Communications, at Jrummel@dccouncil.us.
Do you have a concern you need addressed? Please call our office at (202) 724-8052 and ask to speak with one of our Constituent Services Coordinators — Jordan Bailey, Connor Weber, or Whitley O’Neal. You can find their specific contact information on the Contact section of the website. Additionally, you can submit all requests to 311 at https://dc311.secure.force.com/.
Are you a D.C. Senior in need of assistance or care? If so, please call our office at (202) 724-8052. You can also reach out to Dolly Turner, Deputy Chief of Staff, at Dturner@dccouncil.us. For additional help and resources, please reach out to the District Office on Aging at http://dcoa.dc.gov/.
Are you in immediate need of public safety assistance? If it is an emergency, please call 911 right away. Otherwise, please contact our office at (202) 724-8052 so that we can contact the appropriate public safety personnel and alert them to your concern. For additional information on the Metropolitan Police Department’s 4th District, please visit their site at http://mpdc.dc.gov/node/207082.