VIRTUAL TELEPHONIC MEETING
How to Join the Virtual Telephonic Meeting?
By Telephone: Dial 1-669-900-6833, enter 813 7064 7682, Press #9
You may also call in using the following phone numbers: 833-548-0282, 888-475-4499, 833-548-0276
Online: Go to https://zoom.us/j/813 7064 7682
Or paste the address into the address bar on your browser, press Enter
Using the Zoom App: Join Meeting, enter ID: : 813 7064 7682
To View the Agenda CLICK HERE
REQUEST your Vote-By-Mail ballot at: http://tiny.cc/VBMballot Once there click on the vote by mail portal, create an account and follow the instructions. In addition to completing your ballot request form, you may need to submit proof of residency so you receive the correct ballot. Usually, a copy of your driver's license suffices. To download a Vote-By-Mail Application (paper) to mail in Click Here
MEET THE CANDIDATES Neighborhood Council board members are City officials who are elected by the members of the local communities, but donate their time as volunteers. Most board members serve a 2-year term and this year there are 24 candidates running for 21 open seats.
-Join the Virtual Candidate Forum By Telephone: Dial 1-669-900-6833, enter 813 7064 7682, Press #9
-You may also call in using one of the following phone numbers: 833-548-0282, 888-475-4499, 877-853-5257
-Online: Go to https://us02web.zoom.us/j/
-Using the Zoom App: Join Meeting and enter ID: 813 7064 7682
HOW TO RETURN YOUR COMPLETED BALLOT? You can return your completed ballot by mail in the postage pre-paid envelope, or drop it off at one of the Ballot Drop Boxes in Region 3.
Additional Resources To learn more about the Election please visit: https://empowerla.org/elections/ or https://clerk.lacity.org/elections/neighborhood-council-election For additional questions about how to Vote-By-Mail or Election Day/ballot drop box details, you may also contact the City Clerk’s Neighborhood Council Election Section directly by dialing (213) 978-0444 or emailing at them at [email protected] To learn more about the TNC you are invited to Board and Committee meetings, and please join our email list.
CANDIDATE & VOTER Election Information
Election day is May 4. Request Your Ballot Now! There are 21 open seats. To vote in the TNC election, you must request a Vote-By-Mail ballot by April 27. Request yours today to ensure your vote counts. Please note these other fast approaching deadlines:
To request a ballot and for complete voting instructions, or to check on the progress of your ballot go to: https://clerk.lacity.org/elections/neighborhood-council-elections/vote-by-mail-application
To learn more about the TNC Election, the candidates and how to vote-by-mail…
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti talks about the value of getting involved with your Neighborhood Council by running as a candidate or voting in the 2020/21 Neighborhood Council Elections. Elections are happening for 91 of LA's 99 Neighborhood Councils from mid-November 2020 until mid-June 2021. Elections happen on 12 different regional timelines.
Visit http://EmpowerLA.org/elections to learn how - and when - you can run for office or vote in these elections.
The 2021 Tarzana Neighborhood Council election is coming. YOU SHOULD RUN! We're looking for a few good neighbors who are conscientious, community-minded and eager to represent Tarzana. To become a candidate for one of the 21 open seats on the Tarzana Neighborhood Council. Please note these fast approaching deadline dates:
Candidate Filing Period Begins: January 2, 2021
Candidate Filing Period Ends: February 16, 2021
Election Day: May 4, 2021
To learn more about running as a Candidate and how to Vote-By-Mail…
COVID-19 Vaccine Appointments are now open for Phase 1A and residents 65 years and older from 1B. Doses are limited – more information is available at the Community of Los Angeles Public Health website. Click Here Residents without computer access can call (833) 540-0473 between 8:00 A.M. and 8:30 P.M., 7 days a week for assistance with appointments.
Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti is reminding residents that it is more important than ever to get their flu shots. If possible call your doctor, visit a pharmacy or use VaccineFinder.org to track down resources and make an appointment to get vaccinated. L.A. launched a pilot program with the USC School of Pharmacy to bring flu shots directly to more Angelenos across the city in the weeks ahead. Residents will be able to get their shots free of charge, with no appointments necessary. To learn more about the program or find a location, please visit Coronavirus.LACity.org/FluShot.
Mayor Eric Garcetti has issued an order requiring Angelenos to wear face coverings when they leave their homes and will be near other people. The order will aid the fight against COVID-19, as restrictions are gradually eased to allow more people to return to work and outdoor recreation.
Andrea Jones, Director of Bird Conservation at Audubon California
Joanna Wu, Avian Ecologist at National Audubon Society
Smoky days are degrading our air quality and the respiratory health of millions of people. Our hearts go out to those who have been displaced, lost a home, or loved one.
Many of you have asked how this impacts birds. Wildfires are posing a new stressor to birds who are already threatened by habitat loss, climate change, and pollution. Various species are on the move to escape the flames and migrate. However, many wild food sources and rest areas are scorched, leaving birds highly vulnerable. What can we do to help birds? During this crisis, we recommend taking two simple steps to help local and migrating birds stay clean and nourished: providing water and food. (Cont.’d on the TNC’s GREENSPACE resource page HERE)
Portola Middle School – Tarzana Elementary School - Tarzana Recreation Summer Camp – Southern California Preparedness Foundation
Tarzana Neighborhood Council (TNC) is proud to announce that it has awarded more than $9,000.00 to organizations serving children and families in our community. This is in addition to the $15,000.00 that was recently awarded to local food pantries including ONEgeneration Senior Center, West Valley Food Pantry, and the Boys and Girls Club of the West Valley.
The City of Los Angeles is piloting a new Accessory Dwelling Unit (ADU) Accelerator Program, which pairs homeowners interested in renting their granny flats, backyard homes, or apartments over the garage to older adults in need of affordable housing.
Residential renters in the City of LA: you cannot be evicted right now, if you can’t pay your rent due to illness, loss of work, or other COVID-related circumstances. As of September 1, that will not change.
Have you been laid off, furloughed, or had your hours reduced due to the COVID-19 outbreak? The City of Los Angeles Economic and Workforce Development Department (EWDD) is here to help you through this transition. Every weekday, EWDD is holding virtual orientation seminars to guide you through applying for unemployment, health insurance, and other available resources. Seminars are free to attend with RSVP, and offered weekdays in both English and Spanish.
Would you like your street to be a Slow Street? Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has announced a new program allowing local residents to gain access to more space for recreation activities in their neighborhoods, while protecting Angelenos from overcrowding on sidewalks and promoting social distancing. To learn more or apply for a Slow Street in your neighborhood visit http://ladot.lacity.org/coronavirus/apply-slow-street-your-neighborhood. At TNC contact Transportation/Mobility Committee chair Max Flehinger at [email protected]
ONEgeneration Senior Center – West Valley Food Pantry – Boys and Girls Club of the West Valley
Tarzana Neighborhood Council (TNC) is proud to announce it has awarded $15,000 to local charities that are providing vital meals and food to those in need in our community.