Neighborhood Councils sponsor family-friendly festivities throughout the year, and especially during the holiday season. Now that Halloween is coming up, here’s a quick overview of how to look up events sponsored by your local NC. Click the button below to open our Citywide list of Councils, and select yours to open your NC’s EmpowerLA webpage. […]
On Tuesday night, the Board of Neighborhood Commissioners honored Northridge East and Northridge West Neighborhood Councils for reaching their 15 year anniversaries.
Video Courtesy of Mark Hovater.
You may have heard of our upcoming Neighborhood Council Election for Northridge East Neighborhood Council. The Northridge East Neighborhood Council is your liaison with City Hall. We are your voice for issues that affect our community. This is an opportunity for you to engage in the process of electing the members of our Neighborhood Council. […]
Date and Time Sat, January 19, 2019 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM PST Location Marvin Braude Building 6262 Van Nuys Boulevard Van Nuys, CA 91401 Description At our Neighborhood Council Candidate Workshop, you’ll learn tips for: running a successful campaign connecting with voters advocating for issues you’re passionate about writing your personal statements You’ll also […]
What are Neighborhood Councils? Neighborhood Councils are the closest form of government to the people. They give their communities a voice at City Hall on important issues like development, homelessness, and public safety. Neighborhood Councils are advisory bodies with annual budgets funded by taxpayer dollars. Board members are City officials who are elected by those […]
Thank you to all the brave men and women in uniform who have served and continue to serve our country. We honor you today and every day.
Thanks to everyone who attended Wednesday’s Northridge East NC Board meeting and Mayoral Candidate Forum. Special thanks to NENC’s Nick Beer for doing an excellent job of moderating the Forum! http://www.dailynews.com/government-and-politics/20170216/a-los-angeles-mayors-candidate-forum-without-mayor-eric-garcetti Mayor Eric Garcetti, who is running for re-election against 10 challengers, skipped a pair of candidate forums held Wednesday night in Northridge and […]
Northridge East Neighborhood Council urges the extension of the City’s DASH bus route to serve the CSUN Transit Station located on Vincennes Street just east of Darby Avenue. Let’s make it easier for CSUN commuters to park their cars elsewhere other than in Northridge! Currently the closest stop is Nordhoff Street and Reseda Boulevard. See […]
At the July 20 meeting of Northridge East NC, the Board unanimously approved a motion by Board member Don Dwiggins to host a picnic for members of the Nextdoor.com members who are also stakeholders in NENC. This picnic is planned to be held in September or October, as an outreach effort by NENC, to provide […]
The results are in for the 2016 Neighborhood Council Elections! 25,571 voters voted for 1,839 candidates in 82 elections and 8 selections this year. The oldest candidate was 93 years old; the youngest just 14. 34 Neighborhood Councils helped pioneer online voting this year – a first for any election in the City of Los […]
Thank you to our Northridge East stakeholders who came out and supported us by voting last week! We are proud to serve you. Here are the Official Northridge East Neighborhood Council election results.
Saturday, April 9, 2016 Noon – 4 pm Northridge Woman’s Club 18401 Lassen Street Northridge, CA 91325 Voting in the Northridge East Neighborhood Council election is open to everyone 18 years of age or older on the Election Day who lives, works, owns property, or has an ongoing and significant participation within the council boundaries. […]
The following candidates have been certified and will be on the ballot for our April 9 Election. https://cityclerk.lacity.org/nccr/nccand/cand.html?nc=NORTHRIDGE%20EAST Don’t forget to register to vote online. https://register.empowerla.org/council/33/ Online Voter Registration closes on Saturday, March 26, 2016. If you missed the registration deadline, you can still register and vote the same day in person at the polling location […]
State Senator Bob Hertzberg spoke Wednesday to the Northridge East Neighborhood Council board and stakeholders about Northridge transportation issues and opportunities.
CityWatch, the online news portal, has launched a Neighborhood Council page in partnership with the Department of Neighborhood Empowerment a.k.a. EmpowerLA to support the 2016 Neighborhood Council election outreach. CityWatch is published to encourage grassroots civic engagement through information, ideas and perspective. Editor and co-founder, Ken Draper, was involved in the creation of the Neighborhood […]
Originally posted at http://citywatchla.com/8box-left/9995-neighborhood-council-elections-are-around-the-corner-here-s-why-you-should-run. Written by Tim Deegan. Why do neighborhood councils matter and why should you run for a board seat on your NC? At their best, and some excel at this, they serve as local political organizations that are empowered to monitor the critical issues in their communities such as land use and development, transportation […]
7th Annual Valley Disaster Preparedness Fair last Saturday that drew nearly 1500 people, which Councilmember Mitch Englander, Chair of the City Council’s Public Safety Committee, said was the largest in Los Angeles. Many Valley Neighborhood Councils supported this great event. Photo locations: Photos by Firefighter Adam VanGerpen Photos by Tom Johnson Photos by Office of […]
The Best Of Ongoing Collaboration Award presented to Valley Disaster Preparedness Team at Valley Alliance of Neighborhood Council’s (VANC) annual mixer held at Carla’s Café, CBS Studios, Studio City, CA, on Thursday, April 10, 2014 About 8 years ago, a small group of Neighborhood Council members passionate about emergency preparedness formed the North Valley Disaster Preparedness […]
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