• Neighborhood Councils are certified organizations of the City of Los Angeles. They are all-volunteer groups, made up entirely of community members.

  • We are city government at a hyper-local level. We’re here to give back to our neighborhood, and assist in the delivery of City services.

  • The City of LA has 99 Neighborhood Councils.

  • Neighborhood Councils receive limited funds from the city to be used for operational expenses, outreach, service projects, and to sponsor local organizations and events.

  • The Northridge South Neighborhood Council (NSNC) was certified by the City of Los Angeles’ Board of Neighborhood Commissioners (BONC) on Tuesday, May 4, 2010.  It was formed to represent a portion of the San Fernando Valley not previously covered.  The vote was unanimous.  The Interim Board served for just under 90 days to setup the Town Hall Meeting for the election of the initial permanent Board of Directors.  That Town Hall election was held on Thursday, July 29, 2010 and approximately 150 people turned out and 122 stakeholders voted!

  • Since 2002, Neighborhood Council volunteers have donated thousands of hours towards building better communities all across Los Angeles.