• There's only a few days left to register as a candidate for the Council Board elections this spring. Online registration is open, but only until the end of next Sunday, February 7th. Eight of the fifteen seats on our Neighborhood Council Board will be open for the election on April 7th. Read More
  • 2015 was a very productive year for the North Hollywood North East Neighborhood Council (NHNENC). We were recognized by City Hall for the work we did in collaboration with Councilmember Krekorian’s office and NoHo West Neighborhood Council to create the Vintage North Hollywood Mural on Whitsett Read More
  • The first cleanup will be on January 18th for Martin Luther King Day. As a traditional day of service, you can help clear out trash and unsightly garbage from our streets by joining us at 9 am at Fire Station 89 on Laurel Canyon south of Sherman Way. Read More
  • The election process for our Neighborhood Council Board is moving quickly with a major event just opening up this past week. Online registration for candidates is now open! Read More
  • On Friday, November 20th, three of our Board Members stood with pride in the City Hall Council chambers and were recognized for our Council, and several others, for efforts in our communities over the past year. They also met the LAX PUP team, and got a special tour of City Hall. Read More
  • El Nino may bring much-needed drought relief to our state, but it could also mean El Monstruo-type storms creating disastrous flooding and mudslides. With those type of predictions, now is the time to start prepping for both! Read More

Last Call for Community Leaders: Register to Run by February 7

Candidate Registration  Voter Registration

There's only a few days left to register as a candidate for the Council Board elections this spring. Online registration is open, but only until the end of next Sunday, February 7th.

Our Board members represent our Neighborhood Council area, responsible to our local community, to support improvements in our neighborhood and make sure we are represented at City Hall. Neighborhood Councils have been increasingly powerful in City government, demanding services, stopping or altering projects, and supporting the voice of the people. And our Board members are members of our community. They are community leaders, not appointed by the Mayor or City Council. They are selected by us in free and fair elections by the residents and workers in our Neighborhood Council.

We're also sharing these videos including a call for involvement from Mayor Eric Garcetti and an explanation of what it means to be a Board Member in the Neighborhood Councils:





Eight of the fifteen seats on our Neighborhood Council Board will be open for the election on April 7th. The seats are in four categories, including:

2 Resident seats
2 Community Based Organization
3 At Large and
1 At Large Community Interest.

The qualifications for each seat are different and can be found on the Registration page. Candidates need to upload appropriate documentation to register, and will have the opportunity to include a statement and other information. You can find the requirements for each type of seat (including seats that aren't open in our election) at http://empowerla.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/AcceptableFormsofDocumentation.pdf.

To register as a candidate, visit http://empowerla.org/nccr/, or just click on the Candidate Registration button on the left of this website. You'll find an informative video about what it means to serve as a Board Member and be able to register to run to represent us.

You can also register to vote online any time between now and Election Day. Go to https://register.empowerla.org/council/32/, fill out your information. You'll also need to submit a picture of your photo ID to prevent online fraud. Remember that if you are a stakeholder in multiple Councils, you'll need to register to vote in each one separately. Some registration requirements are different with different Councils.