East Hollywood Neighborhood Council

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Region: Central Area

The East Hollywood Neighborhood Council, established in 2001 and certified as the 89th neighborhood council in the City of Los Angeles on April 19, 2007, became a way for the historically underserved neighborhood to not only find a voice in the City, but to also establish an identity built on its unique and unrivaled diversity.
Now with over 51,000 residents in East Hollywood, the challenge for the future is not only to improve the quality of life for its residents, but to accommodate for an even larger population expected in the decades to come.
The mission and purpose of the East Hollywood Neighborhood Council is:
1. To contribute to the improvement of the quality of life in the East Hollywood community;
2. To encourage dialog, interaction and cooperation among East Hollywood’s diverse ethnic groups;
3. To promote public participation in City governance and decision making processes so that government is more responsive to local needs and requests;
4. To facilitate the delivery of City services and City government responses to East Hollywood’s problems and requests for assistance;
5. To foster a sense of community for all people to express ideas and opinions about their neighborhood and government;
6. To develop relationships with other communities and neighborhood councils on common issues.

Executive Officers

Board Members

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Meeting: 3rd Monday 6:30pm
Meeting Address:
Armenian Youth Center
1559 N. Kenmore Ave.
Los Angeles, CA

Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 292359
LA, CA 90029
Planning Mailing Address:
P.O. Box 292359
LA, CA 90029

Certification Date:
04-19-2007
Certification Order:
91

Field Rep:
Lorenzo Briceno
Funding Rep:
Angela Pipkin