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A Council Member for ALL Monrovians

Sergio Jimenez was unanimously appointed to the Monrovia City Council in July 2022. Sergio’s Council assignments include serving as the Council Representative to the Historic Preservation Commission, the Alternate Representative to the Planning Commission, Chair of the Endowment for the Arts/Art in Public Places, the Alternate to the YES Program and Community Media of the Foothills (K-Gem). Sergio also serves on the San Gabriel Valley Council of Governments Water Committee as an Alternate.


Sergio is the former Chair of the Monrovia Historic Preservation Commission where he served nine years. While on the Commission, he served on
various subcommittees including the Aztec Hotel subcommittee, the 4th Dimensions subcommittee, the Historic Context subcommittee, and the Mills Act subcommittee.

Sergio originated the idea to declare both the Farmers Club Drinking Fountain and the Rotary Club Bandshell at Library Park historical landmarks. Sergio has championed recognizing and celebrating the Route 66 Historical Centennial in Monrovia as well.

Sergio was Co-Founder of the East San Gabriel Valley Chapter of LULAC (League of United Latin American Citizens) – America’s oldest continuous Latino Civil Rights organization. He has also been an active member of the Volunteer Center of the San Gabriel Valley since 2009, Make A Difference Day Committee since 2011, Monrovia Latino Heritage since 2011, Bradoaks Neighborhood Watch, Monrovia Rotary, Read Across Monrovia, MOHPG (Monrovia Historic Preservation Group), and a Graduate of the Monrovia Area Partnership (MAP) Leadership Academy.

In 2023, Sergio was part of the team that traveled to Denver, Colorado representing Monrovia in the finals of the “All America City” competition. Sergio joined the Well Untapped Water Fellowship for local leaders in 2023to gain a deeper understanding of the fundamentals of water policy and governancein Monrovia.


Sergio was Vice President of the La Historia Historical Society Museum in El Monte, California. In 2012 he received the Outstanding Service & Dedication Award from the museum. Under his leadership, La Historia received the prestigious Heritage Award from Amigos de los Rios for his groundbreaking historical research on the “Hicks Camp” permanent display at Rio Vista Park.

Sergio is a Third Generation Monrovian who attended local schools and as a youth served as an intern in the Monrovia Fire Department. Sergio’s family have lived in the San Gabriel Valley for over 100 years. He has spent a great deal of his life in public service in Monrovia and the San Gabriel Valley. He is an active member in the Spanish Language Ministry at Immaculate Conception Church in Monrovia. He is a businessperson who served as President of Aztec Stone & Brick Co., Inc.; a vintage architectural salvage company that operated for over 40 years in Monrovia.

Today, Sergio operates and manages family-owned commercial real estate throughout the San Gabriel Valley. He graduated Cum Laude from Azusa Pacific University with both a Bachelor’s and Master’s (MBA) in Business Administration. In addition, he graduated Cum Laude from Trinity Law School with a Juris Doctor’s degree.


However, Sergio feels his greatest role and honor is to be husband to Cristina Jimenez and father to Frances Jimenez.


Sergio Jimenez humbly asks for your support for Monrovia City Council 2024

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