The Studio City Neighborhood Council (SCNC) represents the entire Studio City area from Fulton Avenue to Lankershim Boulevard and from Mulholland Drive to the 101 Freeway. The Campo de Cahuenga, Richard Lillard Outdoor Classroom, Studio City Recreation Center, Woodbridge and Moorpark Parks, Studio City Library and other community treasures are supported by the SCNC. All SCNC Stakeholders are well served no matter where they are within Studio City.
The Studio City Neighborhood Council ranks in the top 1% of the 96 Neighborhood Councils for Community Impact Statements submitted.
The Studio City Neighborhood Council has an 87% success rate on all Motions submitted to the City for action.
The Studio City Neighborhood Council has an appointed representative for all City Agencies and Special Committees formed within Los Angeles.
The Studio City Neighborhood Council has been publicly recognized as one of the most effective in accomplishments throughout Los Angeles.
Dear Friends and Neighbors of Studio City:
We are pleased to pass on this Notice of Information from the City Clerk regarding the upcoming Neighborhood Council elections in April.
The SCNC is one of 35 Neighborhood Councils using online voting for our 2016 board elections.
We want you to register and make this as easy as possible for everyone to be involved. It’s easy and convenient and you can do it from your smartphone, tablet or computer. Of course, we will also have our usual polling place at Walter Reed Middle School on voting day which is Thursday, April 7, 2016.
Join us for the quarterly meeting of East Valley PALS at 6:30 PM on Thursday, September 10 in the Executive Conference Center at PINZ Bowling Center, located at 12655 Ventura Boulevard in Studio City. Parking is free.
Dear Friends: FYIAt 6:30pm on Thursday, September 10, 2015, at 12621 Ry Street in Studio City, the Ca Dept of Fish and Wildlife and the City of LA will have a team of volunteers available, along with Officer Dinh to present some Neighborhood Watch Programs directed at the problems with Coyotes.
The Dispute Resolution program is a community-based program which provides free mediation, conciliation, and facilitation service in English and Spanish. Other languages are provided upon request. Mediation is a process in which the parties to the conflict meet face-to-face to discuss their dispute with the guidance and support of a neutral mediator. In addition, disputes between parties may also be solved through the telephone through a process known as conciliation, in which the mediator discusses the dispute with both parties until the dispute is resolved. Mediators do not provide any legal advice whatsoever and serve as a neutral party to alleviate disputes.
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