City Council, District 6, Nury Martinez
City Council, District 2, Paul Krekorian
LAUSD School Board, District 6, Kelly Gonez
County Supervisor, District 3, Sheila Kuehl
State Senate, District 8, Robert Hertzberg
State Assembly, District 39, Luz Rivas
US Congress, District 29, Tony Cardenas
LA City & County
Los Angeles County Online
The official web site for Los Angeles County. Access to county resources, projects and news.
City of Los Angeles
The official web site of the City of Los Angeles.
Valley Plaza Library (LAPL)
12311 Vanowen Street,
North Hollywood, CA 91605
Mon: 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Tues: 12:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Weds: 10:00 AM – 8:00 PM
Thurs: 12:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Fri: 9:30 AM – 5:30 PM
Sat: 9:30 AM – 5:30 PM
East Valley Animal Care Center
Search online to find a pet to adopt
Department of Neighborhood Empowerment (DONE)
Coordinates, organizes, promotes, and manages the work of the Los Angeles network of Neighborhood Councils.
The Los Angeles Neighborhood Council Budget Advocates are a group brought together by EmpowerLA with the goal of integrating Neighborhood Councils more fully into the shaping of the City budget that meets the needs and concerns of LA’s communities. As of 2019, our budget advocates are Jeanette Hopp, Howard Katchen, and Brandon Pender for Region 4.
North North Hollywood Neighborhood Watch
Location: Fellowship Hall of the Pentecostal Church at 6903 Radford Avenue
Schedule: 3rd Wednesdays, 6:30PM
Contact: Judy at (818) 331-1398
Strathern Neighborhood Watch
Location: Church of the Nazarene -Ground Floor Sanctuary, 12120 Strathern Street
Contact: Maggie Adrian at StrathernWatch@gmail.com or P.O. Box 1521, Sun Valley, CA 91352.
Sun Valley Graffiti Busters
8133 San Fernando Road, Sun Valley, CA 91352
North Hollywood Patch Page for local news
FixNation – Non-profit organization for free spay and neuter of feral cats
Nearby Neighborhood Councils
Police, Fire and Safety
Our Neighborhood Council is served by two Divisions of the LAPD. The North Hollywood Division serves south of Saticoy Street. The Foothill Division serves north of Saticoy Street.
LAPD North Hollywood Station South of Saticoy Street, Station Phone: 818-754-8300 Senior Lead Officer: Gabriel Ahedo at 818-634-0949
LAPD Foothill Station North of Saticoy Street, Station Phone: 818-756-8861 Senior Lead Officer: Esther Vasquez at 818-634-0854
If you have an emergency, dial 911. If you want to contact the police for a non-emergency, call 1-877-ASK-LAPD.
E-Policing: Sign up for emails about community safety and crime tips.
For online information about parking tickets, including paying or contesting tickets and parking permits, you can use the Parking Violations Bureau web portal. Click on “My Portal” (bottom right portion of the landing page) and you will be directed to the log-in to create an account.
Los Angeles Fire Department
Statewide emergency bulletins, emergency preparedness information.
We don’t have any middle schools in our boundaries, but nearby campuses serve our residents.
Our main high school serves most of the residents in our area.
Parks and Recreation
Valley Plaza Park
Our Neighborhood Council is lucky to be the partial home of the Valley Plaza Park and Recreation Center. With facilities on both sides of the 170 freeway, the park extends from Sherman Way south to Victory, even curving around to Laurel Canyon. The southern parts of the park are located in the Mid-Town North Hollywood and the Greater Valley Glen Councils, but the facility is open to all Los Angeles residents.
Our Neighborhood Council often joins the park for special or seasonal events, like the Halloween Festival and Spring Egg Hunt, or the one of the Movies in the Park this summer.
Features of the park include an auditorium, lighted baseball diamond and football field, lighted tennis courts, and unlighted volleyball courts, indoor and outdoor basketball courts, a childrens play area, and a community room. Park programs include seasonal sport activities, classes like ballet and karate, after school tutoring including transportation from local schools, and more.
The park also features a heated summer swimming pool with swimming classes and exercise programs.
The main office for the park is at 12240 Archwood Street, south of Vanowen. You can find out more information about the park, including classes and activities at http://www.laparks.org/dos/reccenter/facility/valleyPlazaRC.htm. The pool has its own website at http://www.laparks.org/dos/aquatic/facility/valleyPlazaPool.htm.
Victory-Vineland Recreation Center
Located next to the Target at the intersection of Victory and Vineland, this recreation center is outside of our Neighborhood Council boundaries, but is an enjoyable place for our residents on the south east side of our area. The park is smaller than Valley Plaza, but its basketball and tennis courts are lighted, and the large auditorium hosts classes and many indoor sport activities. You can learn more about the park and their programs at their website, http://www.laparks.org/dos/reccenter/facility/victoryVinelandRC.htm.
Sun Valley Recreation Center and Pool
To our north and east, many of our neighbors enjoy the Sun Valley Park and Pool. It is located at Vineland and Lorne, where Vineland curves to Sunland near the railroad tracks. Though smaller than Valley Plaza, this park includes several lighted sport courts and fields for outdoor fun and a full activity program. The indoor sport offerings are more limited, but there are plenty of classes and activities for kids and teens. You can find more information on the park at their website, http://www.laparks.org/dos/reccenter/facility/sunValleyRC.htm.
The pool at Sun Valley is also a favorite summer destination. Unlike Valley Plaza, the pool is unheated, but does have a water slide. The pool has its own website as part of the City aquatics program, at http://www.laparks.org/dos/aquatic/facility/sunValleyPool.htm.
And stay on the watch for the new Rory Shaw Wetlands Park, under development just west of the Sun Valley Recreation Center. This multi-million, multi-acre park and drainage basin is being created by a joint effort funded by the City Proposition O Bond, LA County, and LADWP as an open-space recreation facility and a drainage basis to control area storm flooding.
Other Nearby Parks
There are several other parks around our Council area, including the handicap-accessible Jaime Beth Slavin Park and Strathern Park North at the intersection of Strathern and Whitsett. There is also the Sheldon Arleta Park further north on Whitsett near the merging of the 170 and 5 freeways. You can find information and links to these and more City recreation facilities at the website for the LA City Recreation and Parks Department. The facility locator feature at the bottom left of the site will help you find everything in your area.