WHAT ARE NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCILS?
Neighborhood Councils were created to connect LA’s diverse communities to City Hall. They were established in 1999 by an amendment to the City Charter. While Neighborhood Council board members are volunteers, they are public officials elected to office by the members of their community.
Neighborhood Councils serve as an advisory body to the City Council, advocating for community stakeholders on issues of local concern from homelessness, housing, land use, public safety, emergency preparedness, parks, transportation, and sustainability.
Each Council holds monthly meetings of their full board, in addition to monthly Committee meetings with a more targeted focus on key issues or projects, like public safety, transportation, homelessness, or land use. All meetings are open to the public.
Neighborhood Councils are a wonderful way to get involved in your community. CD12 has 10 neighborhood councils that meet once a month. To find your neighborhood council, click here: https://empowerla.org/councils/
Chatsworth Neighborhood Council - 1st Wednesday @6:30PM
Granada Hills North Neighborhood Council - 1st Tuesday @6:30PM
Granada Hills South Neighborhood Council - 1st Thursday @6:30PM
North Hills West Neighborhood Council - 3rd Thursday @7PM
Northridge East Neighborhood Council - 3rd Wednesday @7PM
Northridge South Neighborhood Council - 4th Thursday @7PM
Northridge West Neighborhood Council - 2nd Tuesday @6:15PM
Porter Ranch Neighborhood Council - 2nd Wednesday @6:15PM
West Hills Neighborhood Council - 1st Thursday @7PM