The committee shall promote greater awareness of available City resources and services and act as a conduit between the Board and Venice neighborhoods, assisting in community outreach and bringing neighborhood issues to the attention of the Board.
About The Neighborhood Committee
Chaired by the Vice President. Using the eight (8) existing neighborhoods defined in the Venice Specific Plan plus the additional neighborhood east of Lincoln Boulevard as a guide, the Committee shall consist of, at a minimum, nine (9) Stakeholders, one (1) from each neighborhood, plus the Chair. Nine (9) Neighborhood Committee members shall be elected by the Board of Officers from a list of candidates who have formally communicated to the Board their desire to serve on the Neighborhood Committee. The Board shall, within thirty (30) days after beginning their term, hold a Board of Officers meeting for the election of Neighborhood Committee members. The candidate with the highest vote totals in each of the nine (9) districts shall be elected. Other neighborhoods and/or Stakeholders representing other neighborhoods or neighborhood interests may be added at the discretion of the Neighborhood Committee.
Chair: George Francisco
East of Lincoln: Will Kain
Silver Strand: William Boyd
Oxford Triangle: Reta Moser
Marina Peninsula: John Weston
Silver Triangle: Charles Rosin
North Venice: Christina Marquez
South Venice: Tamra Johnson
Presidents Row: Stewart Oscars
Venice Canals: Darryl Dufay
Oakwood: Isabelle Duvivier
North OFW: Noel Johnston
NoRo: Nicolas Hippisley-Coxe
Penmar: Kate Scanlon-Double
To contact the Committee click HERE
Today, the Neighborhood Committee took a first step towards making the city of Los Angeles aware that we need a real Climate Change Adaptation Management Plan!
7:30am. Extra Space Storage. 658 Venice Blvd. 4th Wednesday of each month
Click HERE to download a committee application for 2019-21
Click HERE to view a map of the Venice Neighborhood Committee Areas west of Lincoln
The Neighborhood Committee conducts its business by reviewing and prioritizing agenda requests for Board action (generally either in the form of a motion or letter) or announcements submitted by stakeholders, governmental entities and other interested individuals and organizations. The Administrative Committee has the discretion to postpone an request, refer it to a specific committee for review and recommendation, treat it as an announcement or consider and resolve it as a non-Board administrative matter.
CLICK HERE to fill out an Agenda Request.