The cleanup efforts could always use more helping hands! If you want to get involved, join us on the last Saturday of every month to help beautify our neighborhoods.
The Zawadi Food Distribution service is designed to provide underserved communities of the San Fernando Valley access to good quality food. It's held every Saturday morning at Christ Community Church in Winnetka from 10am until supplies last. Meats, produce, fish, dairy, bread and prepackaged meals are all made available to the public for free.
Check out the pools at Reseda Park, Lanark Park and Woodland Hills. Open weekdays 12-2pm, 3-7pm, weekends 1-5pm.
We appreciate all the hard work by Councilmember Bob Blumenfield's Office and the Department of Recreation and Parks to bring to completion the new walking path, exercise equipment an basketball court.
The Winnetka Neighborhood Council held its annual Spring Clean on April 23 to coincide with Earth Day. Neighbors gathered at Winnetka Park to clean up.
The LA Budget Advocates held a Town Hall for the City Controller candidates on April 10. If you missed it, you can watch it at your convenience to hear directly from the candidates and decide who to vote for.
One project being considered is the LA River Green Infrastructure Project. This $31.8 million project will add bioswales and tree wells to create landscaping and shade while diverting rain from storm drains in every neighborhood along the Los Angeles River in the West Valley--on Independence Avenue in Canoga Park, on Winnetka Avenue in Winnetka...
In 1920, the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce requested that Charles Weeks come to the San Fernando Valley to establish a series of one-acre egg farms. The "poultry colony" Weeks created in the Winnetka area of the valley eventually developed into a small farming community named Weeks Poultry Colony. In 1922, Weeks renamed the colony Winnetka, after a farm he owned in Winnetka, Illinois.
The application process for the County’s Guaranteed Income Program begins March 31st
On February 22, neighbors in Winnetka gathered with LAHSA for the Homeless Count. Working together, we went through our neighborhoods to see how many of our neighbors were experiencing homelessness and where they were located. It was nice to get to know some other neighbors while out and it was a short time commitment.