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.
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
A Public Scoping Meeting will be held to receive input as to what environmental topics the (EIR) Environmental Impact Report should study. No decisions about the project are made at the Public Scoping Meeting.read more
The City Planners will provide a comprehensive presentation on June 14th at the WHWCNC Monthly Board Meeting of the Plan and how it could affect
Woodland Hills neighborhoods, commercial areas, zoning and other related factors.
There will be a question and answer period so the Planners can receive
comments and questions from the
NC Board/Stakeholders and provide answers and updates.