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Contact your elected representatives - 95066

Updated on May 5, 2017

I personally want to live my regular old life; I don't want politics to be a part time job or a hobby. Living your day to day and enacting the principles you stand for with your neighbors and the people on the highway or downtown changes lives more than who is in office.

After we have properly voted and earned the right to ask for change in our government, we have only a few ways to effect change. We can't exactly walk up to Sacramento or Washington D.C. and change things all by our lonesomes. We can participate in demonstrations and sign petitions. An extraordinarily effective way to have your voice heard is to see your representatives in person by visiting their offices or attending gatherings where they are present. If you are persistent, your local government and even your house and senate reps might be easier to visit than you think.

But let's be realistic folks, most of us aren't going to do that. I refer back to my comments about regular life. So what then? Call, or write to your representatives and make it personal! Many of them can be contacted on Twitter and Facebook, all can be contacted by email in one way or another and all can be contacted by good old snail mail. A hand-written snail mail letter might be the slowest, but the most meaningful of these methods. Just don't mail them a form letter with your signature unless that is the only way you will ever send anything.

I wanted to make it easier for people to contact their representatives. And so I have gathered a bunch of the names, numbers and addresses for my zip code. Use this information below to do something rather than complain on Facebook and pass around 'alternate' facts that come from whichever side of the aisle you are on.

The League of Women Voters of Santa Cruz County has a pretty good page that collects links to all of the Santa Cruz County elected officials

Scotts Valley City Council

Mailing Address for Council Members:
1 Civic Center Drive
Scotts Valley, CA 95066
Fax: 831-438-2793

To email the entire City Council: Click Here

Randy Johnson
Term expires November 2020

Stephany Aguilar
Council Member
Term expires November 2018

Jack Dilles
Council Member

Term expires November 2020

Donna Lind
Council Member
Term expires November 2020

Santa Cruz County Board of Supervisors

Their page is a pain in the butt, but you can eventually get to the right information.

Governor of the State of California

You may contact Governor Jerry Brown by mail at:

Mailing address:

Governor Jerry Brown
c/o State Capitol, Suite 1173
Sacramento, CA 95814
Phone: (916) 445-2841
Fax: (916) 558-3160

Emailing the Governor can only be done by using the form on this page.

House of Representatives

Twitter: @RepAnnaEshoo

Email can only be sent by completing the form on her page at

District Office
698 Emerson Street
Palo Alto, California 94301
Telephone: (650) 323-2984 or
(408) 245-2339 or (831) 335-2020
Fax: (650) 323-3498

Washington, D.C. Office
241 Cannon Building
Washington, D.C. 20515
Telephone: (202) 225-8104
Fax: (202) 225-8890

A note from her page:

Important notice regarding mail sent to the Washington, D.C. office: Due to ongoing security concerns on Capitol Hill, all mail sent to the Washington, D.C. office is delayed and a timely response cannot be guaranteed. If you prefer to use the Postal Service, please send your mail to the Palo Alto office.


Feinstein, Dianne - (D - CA) Class I
331 Hart Senate Office Building Washington DC 20510
(202) 224-3841

Harris, Kamala D. - (D - CA) Class III
112 Hart Senate Office Building Washington DC 20510
(202) 224-3553

President of the United States of America

Emailing President Trump can only be accomplished via the form at

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