Arleta Neighborhood Council

WHAT IS THE ARLETA NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL?

The ANC was certified in October of 2002 by the Board of Neighborhood Commissioners (Commission). The board of directors is involved in an advisory capacity with the City of Los Angeles including zoning, land use and development plans, citywide budget planning and working with city departments. They are able to officially address the community’s issues with Governmental officials and city departments. Each year the board approves an annual operations, outreach, and community improvement budget of $37,000.00.

YOU, as an ANC stakeholder, may be elected to the Board, attend the public meetings to gain information, hear diverse opinions, and foremost, to express concerns, potential solutions and ideas to the ANC Board of Directors, who are empowered to take appropriate advisory action.

WHAT CAN A STAKEHOLDER DO?

Membership in the Arleta Neighborhood Council is open to all Community Stakeholders. A Community Stakeholder is defined as an individual who lives, works, or owns a business or property, within the ANC boundaries. In addition, stakeholders are those persons involved in community-based organizations, faith-based organizations, schools, parks, senior-groups, youth-groups, or can declare a factual basis.
February 20, 2021
Proposed Homeless Shelter - 9120 N Woodman Ave

Attached is a map of the property at 9120 N Woodman Ave, Arleta, CA 91331 that is being proposed, as of 2/16/2021, as a homeless shelter (for seniors apparently) according to the CD 6 office.  It may have been proposed beforehand but that is when we (the NC) were verbally notified. Our Community Improvement Committee […]

February 9, 2021
Catalytic Converter Theft in Arleta

Arleta is experiencing the theft of catalytic converters in our area. Please see the attached flyer from the sheriff's department and share with your neighbors.

January 23, 2021
How to Get a Vaccine Appointment in Los Angeles

Here are the vaccine facts you need to know: ELIGIBLE NOW: All L.A. residents 65 and older are now eligible for the vaccine in L.A. County, joining healthcare workers, certain essential frontline workers, and residents and staff of skilled nursing facilities on the list of those who can currently get vaccinated. You don’t have to live in the city to […]

January 23, 2021
LA Housing Element Update

The Notice of Preparation (NOP) and Initial Study for the Housing Element Environmental Impact Report (EIR) are now available online. These documents are being prepared by Los Angeles City Planning as part of the Plan to House LA. Additionally, the NOP provides notice of two upcoming Public Scoping webinars: 1/26 - 5:15pm - 6:30pm  Webinar ID: 733-042-203 1/28 - 11:15am - […]

January 23, 2021
LADWP 2020 Urban Water Management Plan

The Department of Water and Power will be hosting a public information meeting on January 23rd, at 9am to discuss plan developments and answer questions regarding the upcoming release of the 2020 Urban Water Management Plan Draft in February. To register, click here.

January 23, 2021
California LGBTQ+ Virtual Small Business Resource Town Hall

Join California Insurance Commissioner Ricardo Lara and Insurance Diversity Task Force Chair Mark Morales for a LGBTQ+ virtual town hall on insurance issues and available resources for small businesses during the COVID-19 on January 27th, at 1:30pm. Submit questions to crb@insurance.ca.gov. To register, click here.

January 20, 2021
CSUN Vaccine Site Video

Here's the link to the CSUN Covid-19 Vaccine site. You need to have an appointment so go to:  www.vaccinatelacounty.com   to get your FREE Vaccine. Starting January 20th, 65-year-olds can get signed up for the Vaccine. Make sure when you go to enter off Reseda Blvd. & Plummer Street, it's the only way into the site. Stay safe! Video courtesy […]

January 19, 2021
Human Trafficking Toiletry Drive
January 19, 2021
Arleta Parcels within a Half-Mile of Proposed Light Rail Transit (LRT) Stations

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January 15, 2021
SoCal Residents: Here's How To Figure Out When And Where You Can Get The Vaccine

From LAist. Click here for the original article. In case you missed it, the state of California is now allowing those 65 and older to get the COVID-19 vaccine. But in Los Angeles County, health officials say they aren't ready to immunize people in that age group until February at the earliest (they simply don't have enough […]

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