Sun Valley Area Neighborhood Council

Sun Valley Area Neighborhood Council

Help make Sun Valley a better place to work, live, drive, and thrive!
All are welcome to attend our meetings.
Our Regular meeting is held on the SECOND TUESDAY of EVERY MONTH, 6:30-8:30 PM.
Date Time Event Type Location Details
Tuesday
Aug 08,
2017
06:30PM-
08:30PM
Board
Meeting
(Regular)
Villa Scalabrini Retirement Center
10631 Vinedale Street (MAP)
(north of Glenoaks Bl., near Sunland Bl.)
Sun Valley, CA 91352
(plentiful parking available in front)
Agenda available
3-5 days
in advance
of meeting date*
* To have agendas emailed to you immediately when they are posted, CLICK HERE to SUBSCRIBE to SVANC Agendas & Alerts

For a complete list of meetings including special and committee meetings, please go to our Meetings Page and also check our
Calendar Page for other relevant events.
LAPD/COMMUNITY COFFEE TIME/OFFICE HOURS
NOW AT HILL STREET CAFE
TUESDAY, September 5th
and MOST FIRST TUESDAYS of the MONTH

Come to Hill Street Cafe in Sun Valley (near the Burbank border) on the first Tuesday of most months, from approximately 8AM-9:00AM and meet your local Foothill Division Senior Lead Officers along with other local representatives. Everyone is welcome to stop by and address any questions or concerns in an informal environment.
[3301 N. Glenoaks Blvd (near Cohasset), Burbank (Sun Valley), CA 91504 - CLICK FOR MAP]



 

Neighborhood Councils were created through the 1999 Los Angeles City Charter reform package (Article IX) to promote citizen participation in government, better connect residents with their city government, and to make government more responsive to local needs. Neighborhood councils are direct links to our City Council and City governmental departments.

Neighborhood Councils are composed of volunteers from your community, elected by you, our stakeholders: those who live, work, own property or a business in Sun Valley. The Board consists of community stakeholders, just like you, who regularly meet to discuss and prepare presentations and address issues of needs and concerns of the local community and those affecting all of Los Angeles.

Neighborhood Councils work as a locally accessible arm of the City, working together to influence decisions and accomplish common goals for the City and within our local neighborhoods ... where we live, work, play, shop, study, and raise our families.

Additionally, Neighborhood Councils including the SVANC have Committees dedicated to specific concerns of the community and city, such as Beautification, Community Outreach, Planning & Land Use, Emergency Preparedness, etc. Anyone can attend these meetings.

We need and encourage your participation -- whatever time and talent you can volunteer. Join your fellow neighbors at our next meeting. All meetings of the SVANC are open to stakeholders and interested parties.

We are your community. Be part of your neighborhood council and help to change and empower our community. All for One - and One for All!