- The 100 Citizens Program at Lanark Park is designed for adults interested in enhancing their quality of life by increasing their physical fitness level.
45th Assembly candidate, Matt Dababneh, will face off against his challenger Susan Shelley. The two will meet at a Candidates Forum and debate organized by a coalition of five Neighborhood Councils
in concert with the League of Women Voters. This is the latest indication of the growing influence of the NCs. Event organizer and Northridge West Board Member, David Jason Uranga, ...more
- Join LADWP for a special community and stakeholder workshop on LADWP’s Local Solar Programs. This is an opportunity to learn about the status of our robust Feed-in Tariff Programs (FiT50 & FiT100) and Solar Incentive Program. LADWP plans to engage participants on exciting plans to expand FiT and create a brand-new Community Solar Program.
LADWP John Ferraro Building: A-Level Lobby
October 10th and 11th
Friday Night Parade and Homecoming Football Game - 6pm
Friday Night Sock Hop Dance in the Gym - 9pm to 11pm
Saturday Classic Car Show and Open House - 9am to 3pm
FFA Pancake Breakfast - 7am to 11am more
- Neighborhood Council leaders from throughout the city have partnered with the Department of Neighborhood Empowerment (EmpowerLA) in bringing the 2014 LA Congress of Neighborhoods to City Hall on Saturday, September 20, from 7:45 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
The event is free, and it includes breakfast and lunch, workshops, networking, and more.
Los Angeles has 95 certified neighborhood councils and the Congress ...more
- The Los Angeles County Health Officer has declared a Heat Alert as high temperatures have been forecast for a number of areas.
Please use the attached bulletin to inform your family and friends about the Heat Alert and how the attached Heat Annex can guide them on what further steps can be taken.
The Heat Alert is for the following areas:
East San ...more
The mission of the Canoga Park Neighborhood Council is to provide an innovative forum for all community stakeholders to contribute to a healthy, vibrant, and inclusive Canoga Park. All of the Board and committee meetings are open to the public and provide you with an opportunity to speak. The Board procedures are more formal than committee meetings so your time to address the Board is limited. Committee meetings are generally informal, and discussions between participants are commonplace. This is important because the heart of Neighborhood Council work happens at committee meetings.