Eloy Morales, Jr., was elected to serve the 3rd
District of Inglewood on April 1, 2003. He brings with him a strong
background in community involvement, education, and working with the
families of Inglewood through his position as a representative for the
As a Field Representative, Eloy Morales, Jr., worked
with State Assembly Member Jerome E Horton to bring Medical Care,
Scholarships, and a responsive government to the citizens of the
Inglewood community. Through his dedicated work within the district, he
was elected to serve as the Chair of the Democratic Party's 51st
As a demonstration of his commitment to the
Inglewood community, Eloy Morales, Jr., along with his father and
founder Eloy Morales, Sr., worked for many years to establish a first
class sports program for the underprivileged children in the Inglewood
community. This program has been in existence for over 20 years, and it
has enriched the lives of many children.
Eloy Morales, Jr., has always been active in the
Inglewood community and because of his loyal and dedicated civic
service, he was appointed to serve on the Aviation and Planning
Commissions for the 3rd councilman district. While serving on the
Aviation Commission, he was responsible for evaluating the impact of Los
Angeles World Airports operations on the quality of life for the
residents of Inglewood, including noise, traffic, and air pollution.
his role as a Planning Commissioner, he was responsible for the
administration of local zoning codes and land use development. Members
of this Commission also serve as an advisory body to the City Council
for Zone Changes, General Plan Amendments, and Zoning Code Amendments.
Eloy Morales, Jr. has resided in the 3rd District of
the Inglewood community for 25 years. Eloy earned a Bachelor of Arts
Degree in History from California State University, Northridge and a
Juris Doctorate Degree from California Western School of Law. Mr.
Morales, Jr., resides with his wife, Ana and son, Nicolas in the 3rd