Creating A Better Future For Woodland Hills
The Woodland Hills/Warner Center Neighborhood Council represents those who live, work, or own property in Woodland Hills and Warner Center neighborhood, or have an ongoing stake in the welfare of Woodland Hills and Warner Center.
Our goal is to create a better future for Woodland Hills. The Neighborhood Council is an official elected advisory body to the City of Los Angeles representing you, the stakeholders of the Woodland Hills and Warner Center neighborhoods.
Creating a New Experience
Bob Blumenfield and the LADOT are sponsoring a public meeting to present
Ventura Blvd streetscape concepts
This meeting will unveil project alternatives to enhance the western edge
of Ventura Boulevard in Woodland HIlls (West Of Shoup)
Monday July 10 at 6pm at American Legion Hall 826
5320 Fallbrook Ave.
Woodland Hills CA 91367
RSVP Shawn Dunn 818-774-4330read more
WOODLAND HILLS – WARNER CENTER NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL
Standing rules shall be adopted by the Board of Directors to clarify and supplement the
administration of the Bylaws. Such rules shall be in addition to the Bylaws and shall not be
construed to change or replace any Bylaw.
The Valley Cultural Center's presentation of Bob Blumenfield's July 4th Fireworks Extravaganza delights over 60,000 people each year with a free concert and 15-minute spectacular fireworks display. There are over 20 local restaurants on hand along with arts and crafts...read more