You Are Invited to TNC Public Safety & Transportation Committee Meeting, 6/17 @6:30PM

Posted on 06/17/2024

TARZANA NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL
Public Safety Committee/Transportation Committee & Special Meeting

Monday, June 17, 2024 6:30 PM
Tarzana Child Care Center
5700 Beckford Ave.
Tarzana, CA 91356

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You Are Invited to TNC Joint Budget & Finance Committee Meeting, June 17 @6:45PM

Posted on 06/17/2024

TARZANA NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL
Joint Budget & Finance Committee & Special Board Meeting

Monday, June 17, 2024 6:45 PM
Tarzana Child Care Center
5700 Beckford Ave.
Tarzana, CA 91356

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You Are Invited to TNC Joint Land Use Committee Meeting, 6/18 @7PM

Posted on 06/13/2024

TARZANA NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL
JOINT LAND USE COMMITTEE & SPECIAL BOARD MEETING
Tuesday June 18, 2024 7:00 PM
Tarzana Child Care Center
5700 Beckford Ave.
Tarzana, CA 91356

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You Are Invited to TNC Executive Committee Meeting, 6/20 @ 8AM

Posted on 06/17/2024

TARZANA NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL
EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE AGENDA
Thursday June 20, 2024 8:00 AM

VIPs Café
18345 Ventura Blvd.
Tarzana, CA 91356

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Apply Now for the City's Youth Council - Applications close June 30

Posted on 06/17/2024

Apply Now for the City’s Youth Council

 
The Los Angeles Youth Development Department is looking for young Angelenos from the ages of 16-25 to comprise the first ever Olivia Mitchell Youth Council. The Olivia Mitchell Youth Council was created in recognition of the importance of civic engagement in positive youth development.
If you or a young person you know has been looking for an opportunity to have a true voice in government and help create solutions to the most pressing issues affecting the City, apply now at youthcouncil.lacity.org. Applications close June 30th.

Snoopy Bridge

Posted on 06/16/2024

Unveiling Restored Art Panels on Snoopy Bridge
 
Councilmember Blumenfield was joined by community members and students from Tarzana Elementary School to formally unveil the restored art panels on the one-of-a-kind Snoopy Bridge. Since the 1970s, the Snoopy (also called “Peanuts”) Bridge over Wilbur Avenue near Tarzana Elementary School has been a beloved community landmark. After the Snoopy art panels were defaced with graffiti, Blumenfield and his team worked with community members, Charles M Schulz Creative Associates, and Hattas Studios to refurbish this Valley treasure. It was a complicated task, but all parties worked together to make it happen.

Blumenfield secured $20K in funding and contracted with Hattas Studios to bring the murals back to their original condition. The work also included an application of an anti-graffiti coating both to deter future vandalism and, if it occurs, make it easier to remove. Blumenfield is thrilled that the art panels have been restored for future generations to enjoy and is grateful to the community members who brought this to his attention and have been a driving force behind this project, especially Stephanie Brody, Kirk Donovan, and Patty Jo Wolfson.
Tarzana Neighborhood Council Board members Iris Polansky and Susan Rogan were also in attenance to help celebrate. 

 

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Councilmember Bob Blumenfield's JULY 4th Extravaganza

Posted on 06/17/2024

 
JULY 4TH EXTRAVAGANZA
Warner Park, 6-9:30PM
 
Councilmember Bob Blumenfield is partnering with the Valley Cultural Foundation for the annual Blumenfield July 4th Fireworks Extravaganza, on July 4, from 6-9:30pm, at Warner Park. The event is FREE, and there will be live music, food from over 15 local restaurants, goods and services from local vendors, topped off with an incredible fireworks show. It's a wonderful event, be sure to bring your family and friends.
 
Click here for more info and watch a recap of last year's celebration here

All FIREWORKS ARE ILLEGAL IN L.A.

Posted on 06/30/2023

All Fireworks in the City of Los Angeles are Illegal

HOW TO REPORT PEOPLE USING FIREWORKS 

There are several safe and secure methods for reporting fireworks in Los Angeles. These include:

Use the MyLA311 smartphone app. It’s free and available here: www.lacity.org/MyLA311

The LAPD has an online fireworks form that you may fill out:

The form may be found at: https://complaint.lacity.org/Complaint/fireworks

IMPORTANT: Do NOT dial 9-1-1 unless you see someone being injured or at risk of immediate injury, or a fire or other emergency. Instead, use this telephone number: 1-877-275-5273

TO LEARN MORE visit https://www.mysafela.org/fireworks/

 

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URGENT-Renters if you adopted a pet during COVID-Act Now to protect you and Your Pet

Posted on 03/02/2024

URGENT ALERT: For Those Who Adopted Pets During COVID in Violation of Your Lease or Rental Agreement. Did you adopt a pandemic pet prior to February 1, 2023 in violation of your lease or Rental Agreement in the City of LA? If so, you can protect yourself from eviction or having to give up your pet. But you have to ACT NOW!
 
You must inform your landlord about your pet by March 5th for eviction protection - even if the pet wasn’t allowed under the lease or rental agreement.
 
Visit the link for a Sample Letter to Provide Your Landlord: http://tinyurl.com/2edfc2yx
 
If you have additional questions, visit LAHD website at  https://housing2.lacity.org/covid-19/renter-protections  


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