Who We Are

The Greater Valley Glen Council consists of committed community stakeholders who plan and implement community projects to foster improvement. The GVGC shall seek to enhance the economic vitality and quality of life of the community, to preserve and enhance its character and prevent its deterioration.
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Greater Valley Glen Council Area

The Greater Valley Glen Council area is in the South Valley district of the San Fernando Valley along with neighboring communities, Valley Village, Sherman Oaks, Studio City, Toluca Lake, and North Hollywood to name a few. The GVGC is in Council District 2 represented by Councilmember Paul Krekorian.
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Meetings

The Greater Valley Glen Council generally meets on the first Monday of each month at Valley College, Campus Center, Room 104, 5800 Fulton Avenue, Valley Glen. Click here for our Community Calendar to verify meeting dates, times, and locations.
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High Heat Alert

High Heat Alert

With temperatures expected to increase to triple digits in Los Angeles beginning Thursday, July 21 through the weekend, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (LADWP) urges customers to reduce their energy use where possible while not putting their health or...

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2016 Neighborhood Council Elections: Official Results

2016 Neighborhood Council Elections: Official Results

The results are in for the 2016 Neighborhood Council Elections! 25,571 voters voted for 1,839 candidates in 82 elections and 8 selections this year. The oldest candidate was 93 years old; the youngest just 14. 34 Neighborhood Councils helped pioneer online voting this...

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Get to Know Metro

Get to Know Metro

Over the last 25 years, Metro’s growth in LA County has transformed mobility and connectivity across the region. As the nation’s third largest transit agency, the organization is governed by a 14-member Board of Directors and led by Metro CEO Phil...

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Pet Safety in EXTREME Heat

Pet Safety in EXTREME Heat

Southern California is in for a heat wave this weekend, as temperatures are expected to reach 100 degrees or more over the next few days. When it is hot for you, it is even hotter for your pet. Dogs and cats do not sweat through their skin. They cool themselves by...

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Summer Movie Series

Summer Movie Series

The 2016 summer outdoor movie series is coming very soon to a park near you. This Saturday, June 11, will kick-off the summer line-up of movies at Jamie Beth Slavin Park. A series of 10 free movie screenings throughout the East Valley, including fan favorites,...

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Mayor’s 2016 Summer Night Lights

Mayor’s 2016 Summer Night Lights

A Message from the Mayor’s Office of Public Safety/ Gang Reduction and Youth Development: As you look for ways to make a difference in your communities on the issues you care about most, we want you to be aware of the Mayor’s Summer Night Lights program. Summer Night...

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Raise the Wage LA

Raise the Wage LA

As the City of Los Angeles prepares for the largest anti-poverty program in the city’s history, please see the infographic below regarding helpful facts for both employers and employees regarding the new Minimum Wage set to effect July 1, 2016. The Office of Wage...

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Political Animals Documentary

Political Animals Documentary

NEW DOCUMENTARY TELLS COMPELLING STORY OF THE FOUR WOMEN WHO WERE THE FIRST GAY CALIFORNIA LEGISLATORS, INCLUDING LA COUNTY SUPERVISOR SHEILA KUEHL, WHO WAS FIRST OF ALL World Premiere of “Political Animals” June 4 Sells Out In First Week The 1994 election made...

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