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The Communications Team is responsible for media relations, social media, advertising, internal and external communications, stakeholder relations, the City's website content and curation, El Segundo TV and communications support to the City Manager, Mayor and City Council. We strive to be proactive within the the community and believe listening is equally important as communicating. 
 

In 2019 El Segundo established a proactive and forward-thinking communications plan to increase and foster engagement with the community. 

Press Releases

Scott Mitnick Appointed City Manager
Denna Lee Named Fire Battalion Chief in El Segundo
El Segundo’s Annual Champions of Business Celebration

El Segundo in the News 

  • Outside of LA Lakers practice facility in El Segundo

    "The small city of El Segundo, separate from the Silicon Beach phenomenon, has on its own become one of the most sought-after locations in Los Angeles for industry-leading companies amid rising competition throughout the Westside and South Bay

  • Beyond Meat burger being formed

    Inside Beyond Meat's lab, where the company transforms plants into faux meat with microscopic analysis and robot mouths

  • LA Times Blue Butterfly

    Four Hours in El Segundo: Craft brews and high-brow culture - In some ways, El Segundo can feel like the South Bay’s forgotten beach town, lacking the popularity of Manhattan Beach’s posh storefronts and Hermosa Beach’s sometimes raucous nightlife. But overlooking El Segundo’s idyllic Main Street area is a mistake. With plenty of restaurants, watering holes, shops and Mayberry-esque charm, downtown El Segundo just might be one of coastal L.A.’s best-kept secrets.

  • LA Times

    "Best Places to Eat in the South Bay" - Jonathan Gold in 2016 called Kagura the best place to get tonkatsu in Los Angeles. "At lunch, salarymen with their ties slung over their shoulders occupy most of the counter seats, each with his own tonkatsu set: a perfectly fried, panko-bread-crumb-coated pork cutlet served atop a metal grate, a bowl of white rice, a cup of clear broth and tiny ramekins of pickles, tofu, edamame and salad."