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Elliot Durant, Public Safety Chair, with Tarzana's kids
Elliot Durant, Public Safety Chair, with Tarzana's kids
Ribbon Cutting at Tarzana Park
Ribbon Cutting at Tarzana Park
Thank You from Kids at Tarzana Park for new playground
Thank You from Kids at Tarzana Park for new playground
Repairing Tarzana's sidewalks
Repairing Tarzana's sidewalks
Pothole Truck on February 8, 2014
Pothole Truck on February 8, 2014
TNC manning the booth @ Concerts on the Green
TNC manning the booth @ Concerts on the Green
2013 Emergency Preparedness Fair
2013 Emergency Preparedness Fair
Bob Blumenfield visits the  Fair
Bob Blumenfield visits the Fair
Earth Day Awards-Portola Middle School
Earth Day Awards-Portola Middle School
Earth Day Awards-Tarzana Elementary
Earth Day Awards-Tarzana Elementary
Earth Day Awards- Nestle Ave.
Earth Day Awards- Nestle Ave.
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Tarzana Neighborhood Council  Apr 29 2012

WHAT IS THE
TARZANA NEIGHBORHOOD
COUNCIL?

THIS IS YOUR VOICE IN THE
FUTURE OF YOUR COMMUNITY

"Why doesn't somebody do something about that?" How often have you heard (or asked) that question -- particularly about an issue in Tarzana?

Well, now you and your neighbors have that opportunity. The Tarzana Neighborhood Council is certified by the City Charter to represent the community as a recognized part of the greater government of Los Angeles.

The purpose of the Tarzana Neighborhood Council is:

1. To promote public participation in city governance and decision making processes, to make government more responsive to local needs and requests, and to create more opportunities to build partnerships with government to address local needs and requests.

2. To monitor the delivery of city services and city government responses to problems and requests from Tarzana stakeholders.

3. To foster a sense of community for all people within Tarzana to express ideas and opinions about their neighborhoods and their government.

4. To be an advocate for Tarzana to government and private agencies.

5. To be a forum for discussion and review of community issues and projects.

6. To serve as an advisory board to city government.

7. To take any actions that are permitted by law.


For All City Servies:
Dial 311
(Non-Emergency)
  • Pot Holes
  • Graffiti Removal
  • Apr 18 2014 - Executive Committee Meeting
  • Apr 21 2014 - Budget Committee & Special Board Meeting
  • Apr 21 2014 - Land Use Meeting April 21, 2014
  • Apr 21 2014 - Trasportation Committee Meeting
  • May 03 2014 - LADWP COMMITTEE


  • 3rd Annual Earth Day Celebration Apr 12 2014

  • March Newsletter Feb 28 2014

  • 4th Issue TNC Newsletter Feb 20 2014

  • Are You Prepared For A Disaster in 2014? Jan 19 2014

  • 3rd Issue TNC Newsletter Dec 23 2013

  • 2nd Issue TNC Newsletter Nov 07 2013

  • Community Discussion on Vanalden Tunnel Sep 18 2013

  • Dial 3-1-1 for LA City Services Apr 19 2012

  • Featured Shelter Animals
  • Lost & Found Animals

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