Zoning & Planning Committee
- Aida Abkarians
- Faye Barta
- Dan Brin (Community Stakeholder)
- Carolyn Greenwood -- Secretary
- Saif Mogri
- Penelope Newmark
- Steve Randall
- Bill Rose
- Charlene Rothstein
- Anthony Scearce (Community Stakeholder)
- Myrl Schreibman
- Genevieve Thompson (Community Stakeholder)
- Joan Trent
The MISSION of this committee is to interface with and negotiate with stakeholders, developers, the City of Los Angeles Planning Department and the Planning and Land Use Management Committee of the Los Angeles City Council among others [on zoning and planning related items in West Hills].
Committee Operating Rules: CLICK HERE
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Presentation by the Department of City Planning
October 10, 2023
Chaminade College Prepatory
7500 Chaminade Ave., West Hills CA
Enter Chaminade through the Cohasset Street Entrance Between Woodlake and Platt Avenue. Enter through the parking lot, bear left and continue over the hill until you see the Condon Family Technology Center on the left. Park in the nearest lot.
CLICK HERE to see our next committee meeting agenda. (agendas posted 72 hours before meetings)
presented at the WHNC Zoning and Planning Committee meeting on April 13, 2021
Processes & Procedures Ordinance CPC-2016-3182-CA City Planning Commission March 25, 2021Develop -- CLICK HERE
Current West Hills Development Resources / Information
For more information, visit the Community Resources section below.
- Chaminade North Campus Expansion
- Corporate Pointe at Fallbrook 2023 Expansion
- Letter regarding Platt Village CLICK HERE
- Letter to Councilmember John Lee LAUSD’s Proposed Employees’ Affordable Housing at the Highlander Rd. Site -- February 12, 2021 CLICK HERE
- Montessori school expansion of operations 22566 West Vanowen: WHNC position letter
- The Former Lederer Property on Sherman Way/Woodlake: CLICK HERE
- Sherman Way Subdivision: CLICK HERE
- Bell Canyon Project (Los Angeles County): CLICK HERE
- Oceanside Malibu Treatment Center at 8300 Valley Circle Blvd. WHNC position letter
- Thermo Fisher Scientific Development: CLICK HERE
- Vanowen Subdivision Project: CLICK HERE
- Sherman Way Place Medical Building Project:
- El Camino Real Charter School Shoup Avenue Project:
- DeToledo High School CUP Amendment:
- Chick-fil-A CUP Proposal at Former Osh Site:
- Boething Treeland Project (Woodland Hills):
- Sherman Place Mixed-Use Development Project:
- Highlander Road School:
- Walmart Liquor Licence Renewal:
- Schaefer House Historic Cultural Monument Designation:
- Fallbrook AMC CUP for Alcholic Beverages:
- Canoga Mission Winery Project:
City Zoning & Planning Related Amendments / Events:
The City of Los Angeles’ Department of City Planning is initiating the process of updating each of its 35 Community Plans over the next six years. The plans represent the land use element of the General Plan, a long-range planning document that captures the City’s vision for the future of our neighborhoods. Its vision is captured through community input on policies and programs that guide the development and growth of these neighborhoods for years to come. For more information regarding Los Angeles' plans to update the Canoga Park-Winnetka-Woodland Hills-West Hills Community Plan, CLICK HERE
Canoga Park-Winnetka-Woodland Hills-West Hills Community Plan Update:
The Los Angeles Department of City Planning is embarking on one of the City’s largest planning initiatives to date: Re:Code LA, a comprehensive revision of LA’s outdated zoning code. For information, look below:
- To find out more about ReCode LA Project, CLICK HERE
Find out about how your Los Angeles Department of City Planning works in all aspects of zoning and planning in our city. To visit the powerpoint presentation, CLICK HERE
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Historic Places Los Angeles:
For more information and see an interactive map of significant properties in West Hills, CLICK HERE.
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