Welcome to the Fresno Council District 7 webpage.
Councilmember Nelson Esparza
Aida S. Macedo
Chief of Staff
Aida S. Macedo serves as Chief of Staff for the Office of Fresno City Councilmember Nelson Esparza. For the previous five years, she was a practicing attorney with the plaintiffs’ law firm of Miles, Sears, & Eanni in the city of Fresno. She is also the Co-Founder and Co-CEO of a private consulting firm. Previously she was an Equal Justice Works Legal Fellow with Central California Legal Services, focusing on providing free legal assistance to low-income communities in the Central Valley.
Aida graduated cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa from the University of California, Irvine (UCI) with her B.A. in Political Science and Chicana/o studies, and earned her law degree from the University of California, Davis. During her time at UCI, she was a Congressional Intern in Washington, DC working on national policy. In law school, Aida worked on civil rights litigation at various public interest organizations and worked as a law clerk for United States District Judges, including the Honorable Lawrence K. Karlton and the Honorable Fernando M. Olguin. Additionally, she had the honor of clerking for former California Supreme Court Justice Cruz Reynoso.
During her time in California’s Central Valley, Aida has launched a number of successful initiatives, including the Election Protection Project to protect voting rights; the Central Valley Unaccompanied Minors Collaborative for immigrant children needing legal representation; and the National Lawyers Guild- Central Valley Chapter. She has received numerous awards and recognitions, including the Fresno County Bar Association’s 2018 Pro Bono Attorney of the Year, Rising Star in Super Lawyers Magazine, and Top Women Attorneys in Northern California. Aida is a current homeowner and resident of District 7.
Tyler Maxwell serves as council assistant for the Office of Councilmember Nelson Esparza in Fresno City Council District 7. In this role, Tyler is committed to engaging the central Fresno community and providing them with the tools they need to keep their neighborhoods safe.
Tyler was born and raised in Fresno, CA. He has dedicated himself to furthering public safety in the community. After graduating from the University of California, Berkeley with high honors, Tyler clerked in civil, criminal, and juvenile courts. Upon returning to Fresno, he worked in the Fresno County Probation Department, empowering victims of domestic violence to receive vital resources and assistance. Tyler then worked at Fresno Police Department, Crime Scene Investigations Section (CSI). After having worked on over six hundred unique cases, Tyler transferred briefly to the Fresno County Public Defender’s Office as an Investigator.
In his free time, Tyler volunteers as a Big Brother with the Big Brothers Big Sisters program, is an outreach volunteer with the Marjaree Mason Center, and assists with the Fresno Police Department’s program, Bringing Broken Neighborhoods Back to Life.
David Vazquez serves as District Director for the Office of Councilmember Nelson Esparza in Fresno City Council District 7. In his role, David oversees all district office operations. David develops and implements objectives, strategies and operating plans for the Councilmember’s district office. He directs all activities and staff of the Councilmember’s district office.
David was raised in Fresno, CA. Attending Lane Elementary, Kings Canyon, Elizabeth Terronez Middle School and graduation from Sunnyside High School. Upon completing a bachelor’s degree at CSU-Fresno, David began his career working within the community and economic development area. David successfully lead several programs while at the Office of Community and Economic Development Center; including the Small Business Development Center and Fresno State Parent University. David also previously worked as Council Assistant for Constituents in District 3. Most recently, David served as Program Manager for a San Francisco non-profit organization focused on business and economic development.
David enjoys hiking at our local Kings Canyon National Park and in Yosemite. David has proudly been part of the coaching staff as an assistant coach at Mclane High School with the boys’ soccer program since Fall 2015.
Code Violations (559) 621-8400
- Car Parked On Lawn
- InOp In Driveway (cob webs, flat tires, wrecked)
- InOp In Yard
- Car Over Unpaved Surface
- Boat Stored In Driveway
- Trailer Stored In Driveway
- Trailer Stored In Yard
- Boat Stored In Yard
- Tall Weeds, 6″ Tall
- Dry, Tall Weeds
- Vacant Unsecured House
- Trash In Yard
- Trash In Driveway
- Trash At Gutter
- Junk And Appliances In Driveway
- Junk And Appliances In Yard
- Canopy In Driveway
- Basketball Hoop On Sidewalk
- Parked Car On Sidewalk
- Trash And Junk In Alley
- Weeds, Dry, Tall In Alley
- Auto Repair On Property
- A Fence Taller Than 6 Feet Or Shorter Than 3 Feet
- Mobil Home In Driveway
- Mobil Home In Yard
- Yard Sale Signs on Trees, in Medians, or on Poles
Police Violations (559) 621-8000
- InOp Parked In Street (cob webs, flat tires, wrecked)
- Boat Stored In Street
- Trailer Stored In Street
- Basketball Hoop In Street
- Mobile Home Parked In Street W/Power Hooked Up
Public Works (559) 621-8650
- Sign Replacement/Repair
- Sidewalk, Curb, Gutter Repairs
- Tree Removal/Replacement And Trimming
- Street Lights
- Traffic Lights
- Standing Water
Community Sanitation Graffiti Reporting Form On-Line
- Graffiti Reporting (fences, trees, parks, building and signs)