Annual Chatsworth Nature Preserve Earth Day Open House
(West Hills Neighborhood Council)
Apr 02, 2017 10:00 AM
Location: Head west on Plummer Street from Topanga Canyon Blvd.. Parking is available along the shoulder of Valley Circle Blvd.. Disabled parking is available inside the entry gate, which can be accessed from Valley Circle Blvd.. Description: Celebrate Earth Day and enjoy the beauty of the only nature preserve in the City of Los Angeles at the annual Chatsworth Nature Preserve Earth Day Open House! Be part of an amazing opening ceremony including a Chumash/Tataviam Indian Tribal Blessing, guided nature hikes around the Chatsworth ecology pond, be part of live animal exhibits, and more!
Santa Susana Mountains Trails Master Plan - Phase II Meeting
Apr 18, 2017 6:00 PM
Location: Community Room
shadow Ranch Recreation Center
22633 Vanowen St. West Hills, CA 91307 Description: Join the County of Los Angeles to go over the Sanata Susana Mountains Trials Master Plan. The plan will balance a wide array of considerations to preserve the long-term sustainability of the County's multi-use trail network. It will act as a framework to encourage and promote new multi-use trails and recommend improvements to existing trails, planning trails with seamless transitions to areas, jurisdictions, and prime destinations within and adjacent to the project area. The plan will include recommendations for reducing unmet local recreation demand in the Santa Clarita Valley Planning Area, San Fernando Valley Planning Area, and throughout the Fifth Supervisorial District of Los Angeles County. For more information, visit www.santasusanatrailsplan.org.
Zoning & Planning Committee Meeting (Joint Meeting with Board ) (West Hills Neighborhood Council)
Walk on the Wild Side with LA Animal Services (Community Event)
Apr 20, 2017 6:00 PM
Location: West Valley Animal Shelter
20655 Plummer St., Chatsworth, CA 91311
Description: LA Animal Services will begin hosting Wildlife Workshops for the community starting this April through December at the City Animal Shelters throughout Los Angeles. Wildlife staff specialists will share educational information with residents on how to handle wild animal situations they may encounter in their neighborhood and help address concerns.
Wildlife live throughout the Los Angeles area and can usually be scene year round. Normally, wildlife pose no threat to humans and keep their distance. However, if they have access to food, water and cover, these animals may continue to return to certain areas and begin to lose their fear of humans which can potentially lead to them becoming aggressive.
The LA Animal Services Wildlife Division works to aid City residents in rectifying wildlife problems in their community and some of the uneasiness they may face with these animals. The program provides on-site evaluations, education on methods of exclusion, deterrents and discouragement of wildlife forays into urban neighborhoods. Wildlife are common and an important integral part of the ecosystem and circle of life. Mindful consideration of precautions and basic knowledge of wild animal behavior will create a manageable co-habitation between the community and local wildlife. Residents will learn all of this and more at the presentations.
LAPD Police Shooting Video Forum
Apr 20, 2017 6:30 PM
Location: ONEgeneration Senior Enrichment Center
18255 Victory Blvd, Reseda, CA 91335 Description: LAPD needs your help. Please fill out this survey or come to the forum to help address the big question about whether LAPD should release body camera footage to the public after an Officer Involved Shooting. To take the survey, visit https://policingproject.org/lapd-video-release/. Thank you and see you there
Operations Committee Meeting (Joint Meeting with Board ) (West Hills Neighborhood Council)
Location: 5800 Woolsey Canyon Road, CA Description: Join Boeing for a five-mile guided stroll through the Southern Buffer Zone at Santa Susana Field Labratory, home to coastal oak woodlands, protected plant species and thriving wildlife. Attendees will walk through this vital wildlife linkage while learning more about the crucial role the site played in our nation's space program. In addition, attendees will learn more about the Southwestern Herpetologists and San Fernando Valley Audubon Society's onsite wildlife studies. For more information refer to the attached flyer.
Councilmember Bob Blumenfield Bike Ride
Apr 22, 2017 8:30 AM
Location: 19040 Vanowen St. Reseda, CA 91335 Description: This Saturday, April 22nd, please join me for the fourth annual ‘Blumenfield Community Bike Ride’ through the West Valley. Focusing on Reseda, Canoga Park and Winnetka, this ten-mile ride at a family friendly pace will highlight some hidden beauties of our community and, as always, serves as a great way to start off the year healthy. But, what makes this event so special is the residents and families that join us. This year many groups and organizations such as River L.A., Los Angeles County Bicycle Coalition - LACBC, and City of Los Angeles Bureau of Engineering will be with us to provide information about exciting projects and new ways to help better our community. They will also be asking for your feedback on ideas on how to improve the West Valley.
Previously, due to rain, we had to move the event date, but ‘third time’s a charm’ with Saturday’s forecast showing nothing but sunny skies.
RSVP here: http://blumenfield.lacity.org/ride2017
Planning 101 with Councilmember Mitchell Englander
(West Hills Neighborhood Council)
Apr 22, 2017 9:00 AM
Location: Porter Ranch Community School
12450 Mason Ave.
Porter Ranch Description: YOU'RE INVITED TO LEARN ABOUT THE CITY PLANNING PROCESS DURING PLANNING 101
Have you ever wanted to know more about how the City's planning process works? Planning 101, sponsored by Councilmember Mitchell Englander in coordination with the Department of City Planning, will provide basic, useful information about the policies and processes that shape growth in the City.
Due to limited seating, RSVP is required. For more information and to RSVP, email Ron.Rubine@lacity.org or call (818) 882-1212.
Congressman Brad Sherman's Valley Town Hall Meeting
Apr 22, 2017 2:00 PM
Location: Reseda High School
18230 Kittridge St, Reseda, California 91335 Description: RSVP Here: https://sherman.house.gov/town-hall-rsvp
You're invited to my Valley Town Hall Meeting on Saturday, April 22nd at 2 PM at Reseda High School. This will be a chance for me to hear your views about the Trump administration, healthcare, immigration issues, Veterans Affairs, the economy, Social Security and Medicare—and all the other issues facing Congress.
By listening to Valley residents, I am able to reflect Valley values when voting in Congress. My constituent service staff will also be on hand to help address any problems you may have with any federal agency. The event, parking, and refreshments are free.
Location: West Valley Mental Health Center
7621 Canoga Ave. Canoga Park, CA 91304
Description: Please come join the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health and other community and faith base organizations for a dialog about Homelessness. Learn the five signs of emotional suffering and learn the healthy habits of emotional well-being.