In Collaboration with the VNC, Please Join the Los Angeles Police Department
COFFEE WITH A COP - October 8, 2019 ● 9:00am -11:00am
The Cow's End Cafe ● 34 Washington Blvd., Venice, CA 90292
The VNC would like to wish all our fellow Venetians a sweet Rosh Hashanah.
GREASE SING-A-LONG SCREENING
Sat Sept 28th - Screening Starts at Dusk - Venice High Football Field
Come in your 50's Best - Poodle Skirts & Leather Jackets Welcome!
Help Make Our Beaches Safe and Cean!!
Saturday Sept 21st - 9am till Noon
Meet at The Rose Collective - 411 Rose Ave
EARTHQUAKE, TSUNAMI, FLOODS...
These and Other Disasters CAN Happen in Venice!
What Can You Do About It?
Join fellow Venetians to explore the answers to these questions and more at the
VENICE EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS TOWN HALLS:
September 26, 2019 - 6:30 PM - Oakwood Rec Ctr
October 3, 2019 - 6:30 PM - Penmar Rec Ctr
Date: October 10, 2019
Time: 6:30PM - 8:00PM
Location: 3376 Motor Ave
RSVP to Attend!
Venice Planning Working Groups -
Tues, October 22, 2019 & Wed, October 23, 2019
RSVP para asistir!
Grupos de Trabajo sobre la Planeación de Venice - Martes 22 de Octubre & Miércoles 23 de Octubre
Venice City Planners will be hosting working groups in Venice! Come share your ideas and vision for the commercial corridors in Venice!
Department of City Planning City of Los Angeles
200 North Spring Street
Los Angeles, CA 90012
The goal of the Sepulveda Transit Corridor Feasibility Study is to identify and evaluate rail transit concepts that will provide high-quality service to the large and growing travel market between the San Fernando Valley, the Westside and the LAX area.Read More
Your Neighborhood Council is sending warm wishes and good vibes out to all our stakeholders this summer! Catch a wave, take a walk, slow down and smile!! It's Venice!Read More
Applications open soon to get a free Speed Bump installed on your street, courtesy of LA DOT! Only 30 applications are accepted per City Council District... Need a speed bump on your street? Set your alarm for 8 am on Wednesday, May 1 and apply here: http://bit.ly/SpeedBump2019Read More
PROPOSED PUBLIC ACCESS PLAN
Stage 1: Pier is closed**, with no public access. Contractor will work on Approach. Closed September 2019 after Labor Day, estimated completion October 2019
Stage 2: Pier is opened**, with public access* of full pier width, to Platform 11. Contractor will work on pier west of Platform 11. estimated completion November 2019
Stage 3: Pier is opened**, with public access* of full pier width, to Platform 9. Contractor will work on pier west of Platform 9. estimated completion December 2020
Stage 4: Pier is opened**, with public access* of full pier width, to Platform 7. Contractor will work on pier west of Platform 7. estimated completion January 2020
Stage 5: Pier is opened**, with public access* of full pier width, to Platform 5. Contractor will work on pier west of Platform 5. estimated completion March 2020
Stage 6: Pier is closed**, with no public access. Contractor will finish the balance of the pier repair. Grand Re-Opening upon completion. estimated completion May 2020 before Memorial Day
The City of Los Angeles has released ShakeAlertLA, a mobile app that sends alerts to users within Los Angeles County that an earthquake of greater than magnitude 5.0 or level IV intensity has been detected.Read More
The Venice Median Project Developers have released the following list of topics which they feel need to be evaluated in an Enironmental Impact Report (EIR)Read More
New Pacific Division Senior Lead Officer ListRead More
Info regrding Measure H Funding Contracts has been issued by the office of Supervisor Sheila Kuehl.Read More
Here is the valuable presentation that DWP made at the Venice NC General Board meeting containing information on Heat Storm Outages for Venice.Read More
Daniel Osztreicher from LA World Airports visited the Neighborhood Commitee today to give an informative presentation on the LAX expansion plan. Learn more about the plan here.Read More
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Venice of America was founded by tobacco millionaire Abbot Kinney in 1905 as a beach resort town, 14 miles west of Los Angeles. He and his partner Francis Ryan had bought two miles of oceanfront property south of Santa Monica in 1891. They built a resort town on the north end of the property called Ocean Park, which was soon annexed to Santa Monica. After Ryan died, Kinney and his new partners continued building south of Navy Street in the unincorporated territory...Read More
The Venice Neighborhood Council is made up of individuals from our community who
are interested in improving and maintaining the quality of life of the stakeholders of Venice.
In Partnership With Our Venice Community Center