Mikey Hothi has a proven track record of making our community, and California, a safer place for families. Mikey Hothi helped secure over $7,000,000 to combat internet crimes against children.
Workforce Development & Agricultural Tourism
Together, we are moving Lodi towards a stronger workforce who can count on a living wage and business development centered around our home grown products and industries.
Lodi’s Homeless Community
One of the biggest issues facing Lodi City Council District 5, and communities across the nation, Mikey Hothi is helping lead a multi-million dollar statewide effort to create Lodi’s emergency shelter for our unhoused residents. Mikey champions policies to support and reintegrate this community and supports enforcement for law breakers.
Lodi LakeErosion Restoration
One of Lodi's most beautiful family locations, Mikey Hothi helped secure $1,000,000 to fix Lodi Lake erosion.
Cyber Security + Data Protections
When the City of Lodi faced an unprecedented ransomware attack, Mikey Hothi was able to quickly organize the necessary resources and obtain $500,000 for cyber security protections for the City.
Cleaner Waterways &Safer Roads
Mikey Hothi is committed to making Lodi's waterways cleaner and roads safer. Mikey Hothi helped secure over $2,000,000 from CalTrans to clean up our roads and waterways.
Lodi City Councilmember Mikey Hothi is a proud Lodi native, who is working to bring good jobs, small businesses, and agricultural tourism to our community.
After graduating from Tokay High School and then returning from college, Mikey devoted his career to making Lodi a better place to live, and is serving to make sure our City Council is working for the people in Lodi City Council District 5.
Councilmember Hothi also serves as a Board Member on the Lodi Fire Foundation, Commissioner on the City of Lodi Measure L Sales Tax Oversight Commission, and as District Director to Assemblymember Jim Cooper.
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A Lodi native, Hothi, 29, said he wants to do more to support businesses, individuals and families during the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as create more amenities and activities for residents and visitors to enjoy in town.
“I’d like to provide more support for those who are struggling during this pandemic, address the growing unhoused community issue, and youth services,” he said. “I will work to build more green space, including walking, jogging, and biking trails throughout town. Additionally, I would like to focus on ensuring our citizens and visitors feel safe in Lodi.”- Mikey Hothi