Los Feliz Neighborhood Council

Open Positions

The Los Feliz Neighborhood Council is always looking for bright, energetic, self-starters from our community to step up and get involved. In addition to participating in  public meetings, you can serve on committees and even join the Governing Board.

Governing Board Positions

These positions are seats on the Governing Board and entitles the position to vote on all matters coming before the Council.

  • No Vacant Governing Board Positions

Committee Chairs

These positions chair one of our stakeholder committees, and do not require a seat on the Governing Board. However, they do require the convening and administration of meetings to recommend courses of action regarding their respective areas of expertise.

  • No Vacant Committee Chair Positions

Stakeholder Committees

Neighborhood Council participation is open to all Stakeholders.

Joining a committee is easy: Declare your interest to the committee Chairperson or Governing board (email is OK) and attend two consecutive meetings.  After that you’ll be added to the Council rolls a voting member.  Most committees meet at least once per quarter, while others may meet more frequently.  Our committee meetings are always open to the public.

Click here for a list of all of our committees.

In the case of a new committee or the reconstitution of a dormant committee, the committee chair can wave the two meeting requirement.

Currently, two committees – Outreach and Public Works & Neighborhood Beautification –  are in the process of being reconstituted and interested stakeholders can join right away.

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Most committee membership is open to any Los Feliz stakeholder, however there are three (3) “Board” Committees: Executive, Budget & Finance, and Rules & Elections that are comprised solely of Governing Boardmembers.

“Stakeholders” are defined as those who live, work or own real property in the neighborhood and also to those who declare a stake in the neighborhood as a Community Interest Stakeholder, defined as a person who affirms a substantial and ongoing participation within the Neighborhood Council’s boundaries and who is part of a community organization such as, but not limited to, educational, non-profit and/or religious organizations.

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