Leibold McClendon & Mann was founded in 1991 and its attorneys have over 100 years of combined municipal law experience. We represent cities ranging in size from Sausalito to Long Beach and have enjoyed long-term client relationships for nearly two decades with cities like Anaheim, Riverside and Lake Elsinore.  Our municipal practice extends to special purpose entities like the Banning Heights Mutual Water Company, the Rand Communities Water District, and the successor agencies for the former redevelopment agencies of the cities of Los Banos, Merced, Mendota, Pismo Beach, Riverbank, and Santa Paula

The firm also counts as clients prominent non-profits like Habitat for Humanity-Los Angeles, Second Harvest Food Bank and the Banning Ranch Conservancy.

Our representation requires a remarkable breadth of experience in municipal law matters, such as the Brown Act, Political Reform Act, Public Records Act, Planning and Zoning Law, California Environmental Quality Act (“CEQA”) and other environmental laws, real property transactions, redevelopment (specifically including Redevelopment Dissolution Act requirements), affordable housing, public contracts, competitive bidding and purchasing laws, economic development and financing, personnel, election law, local government reorganization and intergovernmental relations, code enforcement, nuisance abatement and public law litigation.

The bedrock of these long and varied relationships can be found in the firm’s core value: combining highly experienced attorneys with personalized service at a fair price.