VIRTUAL TELEPHONIC MEETING
How to Join the Virtual Telephonic Meeting
Online: Go to https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89042658458
By Telephone: Dial 1-669-900-6833, enter 890 4265 8458 and Press #
You may also call in using the following phone numbers:
833-548-0282, 888-475-4499, 877-853-5257, 833-548-0276
Using the Zoom App: Join Meeting, and enter ID: 890 4265 8458
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RUN FOR A SEAT ON TARZANA NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL
Candidate Filing Period Closes April 4, 2023
"Why doesn't someone do something about that?" How often have you heard (or asked) that question - particularly about an issue in your local community. Well, if you would like to get more involved and represent your community consider running for a seat on your Neighborhood Council. The Candidate filing period for Tarzana is open until April 4.
What is a Neighborhood Council? Neighborhood Councils are the closest form of government to the people. They are advisory bodies, who advocate for their communities with City Hall on important issues like development, homelessness, sustainability, and emergency preparedness. Neighborhood Councils are part of the Los Angeles City government, and have annual budgets funded by taxpayer dollars. While Neighborhood Council board members are volunteers, they are public officials elected by the members of their community. Tarzana Neighborhood Council board members serve two-year terms, and meet for regular monthly meetings on the fourth Tuesday of the month, as well as regular committee meetings. To learn more about the TNC visit our website at https://www.tarzananc.org/
Who can run or vote? Anyone who lives, works, or owns real property or a business within that NC boundaries, as well as community interest stakeholders who are individuals that are a member of or participates in a Community Organization within the boundaries of the neighborhood council. The Tarzana Neighborhood Council boundaries are Victory to Mulholland and Lindley to Corbin. Candidates and voters need not be US citizens or legal residents to qualify. The minimum age to vote is 16; the minimum age to run for office is 18.
Attend an NC Candidate Information Session Join the City of Los Angeles Department of Neighborhood Empowerment and the LA City Clerk’s Elections Division to learn tips for candidate filing, running a successful campaign, and connecting with voters. See session dates to get information and join online or by phone at https://empowerla.org/elections/.
Apply to RUN – Check out the candidate application and file your application by April 4, 2023 on the City Clerk’s website https://clerk.lacity.gov/clerk-services/elections/nc-elections.You do not need to attend an information session to apply.
Meet the Candidates – Candidate Statements and photos are posted on the City Clerk’s website as candidates are certified. Select your NC from the dropdown menu to see who’s running. http://tiny.cc/NCCandidates
Learn more about 2023 Neighborhood Council Elections and get help with your questions at https://empowerla.org/elections/ or by contacting City Clerk’s Neighborhood Council Election Section at (213) 978-0444 or via email at [email protected].
Join us at the 2023 West San Fernando Valley Disaster Preparedness Fair, Saturday, March 25 from 10 AM to 2 PM at Pierce College, 20498 Victory Blvd., Woodland Hills.
FREE Fun Family Event! Experts with Demonstrations, Information Booths with Take Away Literature, and Fun Booth Prizes to learn more visit: https://www.woodlandhillscc.net/index.php
Come celebrate Earth Day festivities, Saturday, April 15 from 10:00 A.M. to 2:00 P.M. with fun-filled activities for the whole family at Tarzana Park, located at 5655 Vanalden Avenue, Tarzana.
Throughout the day, visitors will enjoy live music and family entertainment, while learning more about living green. Children can create art projects, plant native California plants from seed, visit animals at the Critter Squad station, play in the inflatable jumpers and much more! Don’t miss the 100s of colorful Earth Day Posters that will be on display by local schoolchildren that participated in the Earth Day Poster Contest.
The 10th Annual Earth Day Celebration is hosted by the Tarzana Neighborhood Council, West Valley-Warner Center Chamber of Commerce, City of Los Angeles Department of Recreation and Parks, and Councilmember Bob Blumenfield’s office.
On Sunday, February 26 (rain or shine!), CicLAvia will be opening up Sherman Way connecting Canoga Park, Winnetka, and Reseda for a 5-mile stretch of open streets. Jog, ride, bike, skate, run, walk, skateboard, spectate, and enjoy the route however you want. The routes are welcoming to people of all ages and abilities!
To Learn More visit https://www.ciclavia.org/the_valley23
New water conservation rules took effect for LADWP customers on June 1 limiting outdoor watering days to two days per week. Customers with street addresses ending in odd numbers may water on Mondays and Fridays and customers with even-numbered street addresses may water on Thursdays and Sundays, before 9 a.m. or after 4 p.m.
Now is the time to take advantage of the water- and money-saving rebates and programs we have available to both residential and commercial customers. The less water we use now, the more we have for when we need it most.
We've got this, L.A.!
Every Drop Counts
Angelenos have made water conservation a way of life, but with the ongoing drought conditions, we are urging our customers to do more. Mayor Eric Garcetti recently announced that the City of Los Angles will move to Phase 3 of its Emergency Water Conservation Ordinance– requiring all LADWP customers to cut the number of outdoor watering days from three to two. LADWP customers with street addresses ending in odd numbers, watering will be limited to Mondays and Fridays. For all customers with addresses ending in even numbers, watering will be limited to Thursdays and Sundays. If approved by City Council, the transition would go into effect June 1.
We continue to offer our customers rebates and incentives, which helps customers conserve more water and to save money on their bill. We also expanded our water conservation rebates with a 25% increase to our high-efficiency clothes washer rebate, from $400 to $500, as well as a more than 65% increase to our water-efficient toilet rebate, from $150 to $250.
The less water we use now, the more we have for when we need it most. We’re in the together. Keep up the good work L.A.!
Beginning spring of 2022 the LADWP will be replacing portions of the water mains along various streets in Tarzana. The project will proceed in four phases over a period of 14 months. Come to the March 22, 2022 virtual Tarzana Neighborhood Council meeting to learn more about this project. The link to our meeting is https://zoom.us/j/95295582252