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Vacant Board Seat Available

This leaves a renter seat open to the public, as long as you are a renter within our boundaries, which is from Sunset Blvd. to the North, Santa Monica Blvd. to the South, the West boundary of the city of Beverly Hills from Sunset Blvd. (South side) to Santa Monica Blvd (North side)- to the East and Sepulveda Blvd to the West.

You may send a few paragraphs to us as to why you would like to be considered for this position, and we will have a selection after the 60 days of official posting have commenced. We will then have you present at a Neighborhood Council meeting and a candidate will be chosen by the board at that time. Timing and date details will follow.

We look forward to many active stakeholders applying! You may send your application, consisting of a (paragraph(s) as to why you’d like to run, and proof of renting in these boundaries to: lchapman@wwnc.org

Creating A Better Future For Westwood


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The WWNC (Westwood Neighborhood Council) is a certified advisory board to the City of Los Angeles City Council.  We were certified by the city of Los Angeles on January 19, 2010, to represent the community of Westwood, in Los Angeles, California. Our first elections were held on June 26, 2010, and we were officially seated on September 2, 2010. Our second election was held on October 28, 2012. We had our first meeting with our newly elected board on November 14, 2012, where we were sworn in by Councilman Paul Koretz.

The WWNC is an elected council within the LA Neighborhood Council system. Our role is to make a difference in Westwood through outreach, grants to non-profits, and representation of our stakeholders to the Los Angeles City Council. We strive to represent the views of our stakeholders who live, work, or own property within our neighborhood boundaries. Let us know about the issues that are important to you on our get involved or contact us pages.

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Westwood Neighborhood Council App puts the power of an open, smart and more accessible community in the palm of your hand.

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The President’s Message

Lisa Chapman

I am proud to have served on this Westwood Neighborhood Council since its inception in 2010. This term I am very honored to serve as the president of this amazing organization. We have much to accomplish during the next two years, and we have an intelligent, capable, and diverse council to meet challenges head on during this term.

One of the cornerstones of this council will be to make decisions based on fairness, equality, and transparency. I feel that we, as a council, must hear all sides to any controversy, or action that comes to us for input or approval. We must look at all avenues in determining which is the best course for our community, and how this may affect all stakeholders. This is a difficult balancing act, yet one we should always strive to get right. We have a diverse community, and many differing opinions on what is best for our community. There is not always one right answer. We must perform our due diligence in finding the right solution to improve our wonderful community.

We will be addressing issues of homelessness, which I care deeply about, land use issues, public safety, transportation, development, relations with UCLA and other entities within our boundaries, zoning, outreach, and community involvement and engagement.

I hope you will join us in helping to create a better future for Westwood, for all its varied stakeholders. Please join us in our monthly board meetings, and in our various committees. We have something to offer everyone! Come and be a part of it all!