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The Encino Neighborhood Council
Our Objectives are: to provide an inclusive open forum for public discussion of issues concerning
Respect the dignity and expression of viewpoints of all individuals, groups, involved in the neighborhood.
The Encino Neighborhood Council (ENC) is managed by a governing body comprised of elected volunteers from Encino. We are designed to give stakeholders, who are residents, business owners, employees, members of organizations and other community members a forum for addressing issues important to the Encino community. The ENC, formerly known as the Encino Community Council, was certified by the City of Los Angeles on October 8, 2002, and the first election was held in July 2003.
The ENC holds our General Council Meeting the 4th Wednesday of each month at the Encino Community Center: 4935 Balboa Blvd. Encino, CA 91316. At these meetings you will have an opportunity to ask questions and get more information about local developments. How they will affect you, sign petitions, and find out how to get involved. In addition to our General Council Meetings, the ENC has several other committees which meet to discuss various neighborhood issues. To find out more information about these committees and meetings, please visit the Committee and/or Calendar section of our website.
You may subscribe to receive all ENC meeting online agendas from the City of Los Angeles Early Notification System by signing up at: https://www.lacity.org/your-government/council-votes/subscribe-meeting-agendas/neighborhood-councils
Your Voice! Your Neighborhood! Your City!
Make your Neighborhood Council truly reflective of your Community.
Get Involved with the Encino Neighborhood Council!
Together we can make our community a better place to live, work, and play.
“Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.”
-Martin Luther King Jr.
North - Victory Blvd., South - Mulholland Drive,
East - the 405 Freeway, West - Lindley Ave. to its terminus, then extends southwest (around the terminus of Lake Encino Drive) then southwest following the 91356 / 91316 zip code boundary (where the Avenida Orienta fire road meets Mulholland Drive)
For more information please email us at email@example.com or call our office at 818-971-6996.
If you have questions for any of our members please email them at email addresses below or to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Encino Neighborhood Council Executive Committee Members:
Debra George email: email@example.com
Victoria Miller email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Patricia Bates email: email@example.com
Mark Levinson email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sergeant of Arms:
Glenn Bailey email: email@example.com
Encino Neighborhood Council Representatives (21 Board members):
At-Large Representatives (2)
Alex Garay email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Business Representatives (2)
Samuel Apikyan email: email@example.com
Adriohn Richardson email: encEduRep@gmail.com
Park Advocate/Environment Representative
Planning and Land Use Representative
Eliot Cohen email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Public Safety Board Representative
Glenn Bailey email: GlennBaileyENC@yahoo.com
Religious Organization/Institution Board Representative
Anni Keusseyan email: email@example.com
Encino Chamber of Commerce Representative
Encino Property Owners Association (EPOA) Representative:
Carol Levin email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Home Owners of Encino (HOME) Representative:
Gerald A. Silver email: email@example.com
Encino Neighborhood Council Area Representatives:
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Area 1 Representative:
Boundaries: Victory Blvd. (N), Burbank Blvd. (S), Lindley Ave. (W), Balboa Blvd. (E)
Lee Blumenfeld email: Encleeb@gmail.com
Area 2 Representative:
Boundaries: Victory Blvd. (N), Ventura Blvd. (S), Balboa Blvd. (W), 405 Freeway (E)
Area 3 Representative:
Boundaries: Burbank Blvd. (N), Ventura Blvd. (S), Lindley Ave. (W), White Oak Ave. (E)
Miriam Davis email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Area 4 Representative:
Boundaries: Burbank Blvd. (N), Ventura Blvd. (S) White Oak Ave. (W), Balboa Blvd. (E)
Jess Whitehill email: email@example.com
Area 5 Representative:
Boundaries: Ventura Blvd. (N), Mulholland Drive (S), Lindley Ave. to its terminus, the extends southwest (around the terminus of Lake Encino Drive), then southwest following the 91356/91316 zip code boundary (where the Avenida Orienta fire roads meet Mulholland Drive) (W) Louise Ave to its terminus, then a line due south to Mulholland Drive (E)
Diane Rosen email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Area 6 Representative:
Boundaries:, Louise Ave. to its terminus, then a line due south to Mulholland Drive (W), Libbit Ave, Noeline Ave, Darcia Place, Garvin Drive, Lanai Road, Hayvenhurst Drive, Ballina Drive, Ballina Canyon Road, Westfall Drive, Dellvale Place, Calneva Drive (E)
Laurie Kelson email: email@example.com
Area 7 Representative:
Boundaries: Ventura Blvd (N), Mulholland Drive (S), Libbit Ave, Noeline Ave, Darcia Place, Garvin Drive, Lanai Road, Hayvenhurst Drive, Ballina Drive, Ballina Canyon Road, Westfall Drive, Dellvale Place, Calneva Drive (W), 405 Freeway (E)
Encino NC Area Representatives Map
The Encino 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 Encino.
In Partnership With Our Encino Community Center
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Phone: (818) 254-9378