During the debate Sunday, both highlighted their accomplishments, adding they're ready to get to work.
"I'm fired up, ready to get ready for work, and on the other hand, I am not going to back down when there are attacks," said Greuel. "I'm going to stand up for myself. I'm a fighter and I believe in fixing City Hall and improving the quality of life in every neighborhood is something we all strive for."
Garcetti, who represents the 13th District, touted his work as a councilman.
"Today, my district is No. 1 in job growth, violent crime has been cut by two-thirds, and we tripled the number of parks, building 31 new parks in the park-poorest and land-poorest district in the city," he said.
Voters head to the polls on May 21.