Downtown Los Angeles Neighborhood Council

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Region: Central Area

The mission of the Downtown Los Angeles Neighborhood Council (DLANC) is to unite the diverse communities of Downtown Los Angeles and to provide an innovative forum for all community stakeholders to contribute to a healthy, vibrant, and inclusive Downtown.

In its short existence, DLANC’s volunteer members have created a completely new city entity from the ground up. Since our first board was sworn in on October 20, 2002, we have established standing committees, appointed stakeholders to committees, navigated the city’s unfamiliar bureaucracy, built bridges between diverse stakeholder groups, provided a forum for the exchange of opinions and ideas, and, most importantly, gotten to know and respect each other!

More specifically, DLANC has formally opposed a proposed homeless ordinance, lobbied for the creation of a downtown “Gallery Row” district, hosted a community “block party” which nearly 500 people attended, and supported our neighboring Historic Cultural Neighborhood Council (“HCNC”) to oppose the site of a new jail in Little Tokyo. And we’re just getting started!

Executive Officers

Board Members

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Meeting: 2nd Tuesday 6:30 pm
Meeting Address:
Palace Theatre
630 S Broadway
LA, CA 90012

Mailing Address:
P.O. BOX 13096
Los Angeles, CA 90013
Planning Mailing Address:
P.O.Box 13096
Los Angeles, CA 90013

Certification Date:
04-27-2002
Certification Order:
25

Field Rep:
Mario Hernandez
Funding Rep:
Martha Cabral