What better way to inform your stakeholders of the existence of the Neighborhood Council System than by mail? By sending a mailer out to each residence within your Neighborhood Council’s boundaries, you can effectively introduce, or re-introduce, your Neighborhood Council and garner more support, voter turnout, and candidate registration for 2016 Elections. More than 75% […]
Your regional branch library is the perfect partner in connecting with your stakeholders during this Election process. Los Angeles branch libraries have computers for individuals to register as candidates, register to vote online, and research which Neighborhood Councils represent their needs. Your local branch library has a genuine interest in positively serving the needs of […]
Online Voting Neighborhood Council Elections Chairs and Outreach Chairs will benefit from attending any one of the January 2016 Online Outreach Workshops. Bring your computers, plans, budgets and ideas!
Anyone can attend, for these workshops benefit all who set the course for elections outreach, marketing, and communications.
1.Go to the EmpowerLA.org and hover over Leadership Academy […]
EmpowerLA’s Leadership Academy is coming to your neighborhood in January with workshops that focus on NationBuilder and Nextdoor
NationBuilder is a community building platform, a powerful digital tool that allows Neighborhood Councils to engage their communities by:
Accessing and Managing Voter Registration Data
Managing Neighborhood Council Contact Data
Creating email blasts with Surveys and RSVPs
Tracking and Managing Social Media […]
One of the simplest ways to get connected is to make sure that your website has links to the EmpowerLA website, to the Elections page, and to the Voter Registration Portal (if you’re one of the 35 councils offering Online Voting).
There are three clickable buttons that can be placed on your website (complete with code for […]
Cheron McAleece was recently recognized as a Clean Streets Hero for her outstanding contributions to cleaning up her neighborhood streets where she has worked with the East Hollywood Neighborhood Council to organize over 18 neighborhood cleanups all over East Hollywood. Cheron is truly a Clean Streets Hero for her many years of volunteerism and commitment to neighborhood cleanups in […]
The NCSA is coming up on our first year anniversary and building momentum! We encourage you to get involved with us, share your voice, and help us shape a sustainable future for LA:
-Connect with us online: Connect with NCSA and NC green leaders at our Facebook page and group to: stay abreast of the latest […]
All Public Works Liaisons are invited to engage with and attend the following:
Board of Public Works to Visit LANCC – The Board of Public Works is discussing the Clean Streets Initiative at the next LANCC monthly meeting on November 7th @ 10am. Please visit LANCC’s website for meeting details by clicking here: LANCC. We highly […]
To the Neighborhood Councils of Los Angeles: for the next few weeks, UCLA undergraduate students under the direction of Kathy O’Byrne from the Center for Community Learning at UCLA, as well as Stephen Box, director of the EmpowerLA initiative, will be working with the Department of Neighborhood Empowerment to create a project that will capture […]