The 3rd Thursday of each month at 7 PM is the regularly scheduled monthly meeting of the North Hills West Neighborhood Council.
This is a great opportunity to find out what is going on in our area.
There are engaging guest speakers and presentations.
Bring questions & problems and work together on solutions.
Join a Committee and contribute towards improving our area for everyone.
Everyone is welcome
Plenty of free parking
Hope to see you there
For agendas go to: http://www.nhwnc.net/agendas-minutes/minutes-and-agendas/
Meeting documents for September 21:
- CEMP NPG Application
- NPG – Mayall Academy of Arts and Technology Magnet
- New Horizons 2017 Walk on the Horizons Fundraiser
- NHWNC Aug. 2017 Monthly Expenditure Report
- Item 19 Council File 09-0969
- 16052 Chase Photo Exhibit
- 16052 Chase ZIMAS report
- 16052 Chase CUP Attachment A
16052 W. Chase Rendering
WHAT IS THE NORTH HILLS WEST NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL ?
THIS IS YOUR VOICE IN THE
FUTURE OF YOUR COMMUNITY
“Why doesn’t somebody do something about that?” How often have you heard (or asked) that question — particularly about an issue in North Hills ?
Well, now you and your neighbors have that opportunity. The North Hills West Neighborhood Council is certified by the City Charter to represent the community as a recognized part of the greater government of Los Angeles.
The purpose of the North Hills West Neighborhood Council is:
1. To promote public participation in city governance and decision making processes, to make government more responsive to local needs and requests, and to create more opportunities to build partnerships with government to address local needs and requests.
2. To monitor the delivery of city services and city government responses to problems and requests from North Hills West stakeholders.
3. To foster a sense of community for all people within North Hills West to express ideas and opinions about their neighborhoods and their government.
4. To be an advocate for North Hills West to government and private agencies.
5. To be a forum for discussion and review of community issues and projects.
6. To serve as an advisory board to city government.
7. To take any actions that are permitted by law.