Wondering what the Winnetka Neighborhood Council is? Here's a quick overview of our role in the community and the things we did in 2020.
The 2021 NC elections are coming. YOU SHOULD RUN! We’re looking for a few good neighbors who are conscientious, community-minded, and passionate about Winnetka. File by February 16.
An extraordinary initiative aimed at providing 100GB per year of free internet service for the next five years for up to 18,000 students in Los Angeles who are struggling to stay connected online to classes and essential support services.
City Controller Ron Galperin recently discussed his audit of HHH which was voted on in 2016 to fund supportive housing. A total of $362 million of the 1.2 billion has been issued and less than half of it has been spent. He calls for an increased sense of urgency, reevaluation of the most expensive proposals and consideration of other options.
PPE Unite will be distributing, free of charge, PPE items for small businesses (100 employees or less) throughout the County. Our closest distribution location is in Chatsworth. Complete your application and schedule pick up today.
A presentation was made to the Winnetka Neighborhood Council Planning and Land Use Committee Meeting on Tuesday, November 17 with a proposal to build a five story 59 unit building under the Transit Oriented Community Project concept at the pit located at 20460 Sherman Way.
Did you know that even in space you can see a temperature difference from the Winnetka cool pavement program? A thermal camera aboard the international space station has detected a Cool Crescent on Stephanie Dr. right where we are running the world's largest cool pavement neighborhood.
You can vote by mail, use a vote by mail ballot drop box or return your ballot in person. And get the details about the propositions at VotersEdge.org.
The Winnetka Neighborhood Council is currently seeking community members to fill three vacant council seats. Board members are required to attend one monthly board meeting and strongly encouraged to actively participate in one of the WNC Committees.
This program has come to Tarzana & Lanark Recreation Centers. Sign up now as space is limited! LA City Parks is offering safe structured learning centers and after school programs for elementary and middle school students at sixty recreation centers across the City.