HOW TO RUN A MEETING Parliamentary procedure is the set of rules and customs governing how meetings and voting are conducted. There are different parliamentary authority models, such as Robert’s Rules of Order, but each Neighborhood Council should select one and proceed accordingly, or else projects don’t get finished and meetings get out of hand [...]
35 of 96 Neighborhood Councils are holding their elections online. Whether you're voting at a Pop-Up Poll or on Election Day, this short video shows how a voter can cast their vote on a tablet. To see step-by-step instructions on an infographic, click here.
Partnerships are a key to making Los Angeles a great city to live in. Watch El Pueblo GM Chris Espinosa discusses partnership with LADOT to implement signalized crosswalks at the birth place of Los Angeles.
Neighborhood Council elections take place in libraries, schools, recreation centers, farmers markets, churches, shopping centers, parks, and even in local museums and cultural centers. While the wide variety of polling locations reflect the unique personalities and character of each community, all polling places have several things in common. They need to accommodate a large number [...]
Yes, you can do all three, if you participate in the City of Los Angeles Emergency Management Department's Home as Your Kit community outreach video contest! The Emergency Management Department wants you and your family to know how to protect yourselves in the case of an emergency or disaster, and they want YOU to show [...]
LA’s City Librarian, John Szabo, was featured at EmpowerLA’s Leadership Academy as part of the General Manager’s Roundtable, offering Neighborhood Council boardmembers and stakeholders an opportunity to talk about LA’s Public Library. LA’s Central Library, with its 72 branches and a budget of $107 million, serves the largest population of any library in the United [...]