It’s all about meeting and hanging out with your neighbors and having fun! Just like a real trivia night, but right from home and your whole family can play along! November 6, 7pm.
This matter is URGENT as the Commission is close to finalizing their recommended maps. We urge ALL residents and stakeholders of Greater Valley Glen to make their voices heard on this by emailing every Commissioner, submitting feedback on the comment form and attending the meetings via Zoom.
The current district plans cut Greater Valley Glen Council into three districts: 3, 6, and 2-or-4. To some, it does not appear that the Los Angeles City Council Redistricting Commission has considered Neighborhood Council boundaries in their process.
We have open seats and invite you to contact us to take a seat on the Board.
Did you know that recently there were as few as 1,914 Western Monarchs? You can help restore them by planting California Milkweed and removing Tropical Milkweed.
Take just five minutes of your time to help us choose the next LAUSD Superintendent.
Find out about proposed 405 ExpressLanes and submit public comment by October 1.
The Greater Los Angeles County Vector Control District (GLACVCD) has confirmed the first mosquito sample to test positive for West Nile virus (WNV) in Valley Glen this year. The mosquitoes were collected in a trap in Valley Glen on August 12th.
We bought a mobile Radar Feedback Device for use in the Greater Valley Glen Neighborhood Council District. You can request it for your area.
The Victory-Goodland Green Street Project and and the Ben and Victory Stormwater Capture Project will capture up to 176 acre-feet of stormwater runoff per year — equivalent to the amount of water used by 300 homes.