Who We Are

The City of Los Angeles provides modest funding for official city advisory agencies called neighborhood councils.  These volunteer efforts have the right to advise on all city services for a local community.  There is a governing board that is elected every two years.  Anyone who lives, works or owns property in the neighborhood, or who declares some other factual stake, is eligible to run for a seat on the Board and to vote in neighborhood council elections.

Panorama City’s Board of Directors has seats for homeowners, renters and business people, and provides that none of the groups can form a majority of the Board.  The neighborhood council represents ALL of the interests in the community.  Because of this, it is an effective resouce for community action.  The council advocates for the social and business interests of the Panorama City area, and organizes community members and partners in community improvement efforts.

In Panorama City, there are 21 seats on the council’s Board of Directors, plus 5 Alternate positions.  However, the council can only be as effective as the number of volunteers that participate.  Most of the council’s work is done in committees.  All committees are open to anyone with an interest in Panorama City.  You do not need an official seat on the Board or an Alternate position to be an active participant in the council. Everyone is welcome and encouraged to join in the council’s efforts to improve Panorama City.

Neighborhood Council Meetings

The Panorama City Neighborhood Council Board meets on the fourth Thursday of every month at 6:30 PM. Meetings are held at Mission Community Hospital, 14860 Roscoe Boulevard, Panorama City, CA 91402. (The hospital is on the south side of Roscoe west of Van Nuys Boulevard, just west of Willis).  Meetings are held in the Medical Office Building, second floor, in Room 208.  Free parking is available in visitors spaces in a well-lighted parking structure on the east side of the hospital campus.  Join us once a month and find out what is happening in the community.  Everything from crime reports to city politics to local schools is covered.
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