- Neighborhood Councils are certified organizations of the City of Los Angeles. They are all-volunteer groups, made up entirely of community members.
- We are city government at the local level. We’re here to give back to our neighborhood, and assist in the delivery of City services.
- Los Angeles has 95 Neighborhood Councils.
- Neighborhood Councils receive funding from the City to be used for operational expenses, outreach, service projects, and to sponsor local organizations and events.
- The Los Feliz Neighborhood Council was certified on June 11, 2002 to represent the Los Feliz / Griffith Park area with nearly 40,000 residents.
- Since 2002, Neighborhood Council volunteers have donated thousands of hours towards building better communities all across Los Angeles.
WHAT’S THE COUNCIL’S JURISDICTION?
The Los Feliz Neighborhood Council includes the many unique and widely recognized areas within Los Feliz, including: Franklin Hills, Los Feliz Hills, Los Feliz Knolls, Los Feliz Square, Los Feliz Village, Laughlin Park, Waverly Heights and nearly all of Griffith Park. These areas have been divided into five districts, and labeled A-E.
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WHO’S ON THE COUNCIL?
The Council is comprised of anyone who regularly volunteers their time working with us. This ranges from Governing Board members, to Committee Chairpersons, to Committee members, plus specifically appointed staff positions and other official representative roles.
We also have 10 “Stakeholder” Committees any Stakeholder can volunteer for. Each focuses on a specific area of interest: Business; Education; Public Safety; Sports & Recreation; Cultural Affairs; Environmental Affairs; Outreach; Planning, Zoning and Historic Preservation; Public Works & Beautification; and Transportation & Mobility.
WHAT’S THE GOVERNING BOARD?
Nineteen (19) Governing Board members are elected for four-year terms by a popular vote held in overlapping 2-year intervals. Ten (10) District Representatives in one cycle, and five (5) District Representatives, plus four (4) Community Interest Representatives in the other. It’s these nineteen who are empowered by the City Charter to officially represent and advise on behalf of Los Feliz.
WHEN & WHERE DOES THE GOVERNING BOARD MEET?
The Governing Board meets the 3rd Tuesday of each month, agendas are available 72 hours in advance on this website.
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Los Angeles, CA 90027
CAN ANYONE ATTEND MEETINGS?
Yes, please! The Neighborhood Council is a government entity and by law, all of our meetings are always open to the public. If you want to get a feel for who we are and what we do, drop in on a meeting and join us.
“Stakeholders” are people who live, work or own real property within LFNC boundaries and also people who can declare a legitimate stake in the neighborhood by affirming a substantial and ongoing participation in a community organization within the Council’s boundaries such as, but not limited to, educational, recreational, business, public safety, nonprofit and/or religious organizations.
A Community Organization is a named entity with a physical street address within the LFNC boundaries from which it performs regular activities while maintaining any required bona fide documentation to validate its legitimacy.
Yes, this sounds like “legalese” because it is.