In 2019 NHNENC weighed in on City Council matters, considered and recommended local land use projects, funded the Lars Hawks sculpture restoration and supported many educational, service-focused and fun events to bring the community together. Our 2020 Vision includes you! We have a number of seats open on the Board and we invite you to join us. This year we will continue to carefully evaluate and make a difference in land use, beautification and community needs for North Hollywood and you can too!
North Hollywood North East Neighborhood Council is proud to collaborate with the Office of Councilmember Krekorian to fund this beautification project and restore the sculptures to their original state.
Hope of the Valley’s Pacoima Winter Shelter program provides 120 beds of Emergency Shelter during the coldest winter months in the San Fernando Valley. Food, beds, clothing and other essential services are provided on a nightly basis. The shelter is accessed via several bus pick up points.
The City of Los Angeles is embarking on the 2021-2029 Update to the Housing Element of the General Plan, and we need your help. We invite those with specialized knowledge relating to housing in Los Angeles to apply. Deadline to apply is on Wednesday, December 4th, 2019 by 5:00 PM.
The North Hollywood North East Neighborhood Council is stepping up to support our students with funding for two Neighborhood Purpose Grants to develop leadership skills in middle schoolers and a love for fruits and veggies in kindergartners.
TreePeople has assumed leadership of the Calabasas-based Mountains Restoration Trust, a non-profit land trust responsible for the preservation and restoration of 3,000 acres in the Santa Monica Mountains. This is a historic day for our community.
The intent is to establish a uniform minimum voting age of 16 for NC elections or selections system-wide, and a uniform minimum board member age of 18 system-wide.
During the weekends of October 19, October 26, and November 2, LADOT is looking for volunteers to help count those who walk and bike in order to inform the department’s work as we expand transportation infrastructure in Los Angeles.
Council Member Krekorian is matching our funds to restore the Lars Hawkes Sculpture.
The project is to build 432 apartment units including 48 low income units, 541 parking spaces and 22,000 square feet of ground floor retail in a seven story building. They will use solar panels on 15% of the roof area and plant drought-tolerant native flora.