Encino Hills Traffic Calming Survey

Posted on 11/12/2023


In response to the continued worsening of commuter traffic using Encino Hills residential streets as short-cuts to get to the Westside, City Councilmember Nithya Raman and the Department of Transportation (DOT) are working with the Encino Hills community on proposals to reduce some of the traffic volumes including on Hayvenhurst and Calneva Avenues.  Make your voice heard and complete the survey! Link:  Traffic Mitigation Survey!


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CPAB Meeting at LAPD West Valley Station - 3/13/2024 @6:30PM

Posted on 02/29/2024

19020 Vanowen St, Reseda, CA 91335

Residents, Stakeholders and Community Members are invited to attend the IN-PERSON West Valley LAPD
Community Meeting scheduled for March 13, 2024. The meeting will begin at 6:30 PM at the West Valley LAPD Community Police Station – 19020 Vanowen St, Reseda CA. 

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LA Hazard Mitigation Plan is Coming!!

Posted on 02/28/2024

The draft LA Hazard Mitigation plan will be realeased soon for review and comments. Stay tuned for the release and review and comment by the Encino NC Public Safety Committee! The plan is a comprehensive 700+ page analysis of hazards, mitigation, and recovery plans for our city in the event of disasters.

The Oak Tree Flyer has arrived!!!

Posted on 01/16/2024

Greetings from the Encino Neighborhood Council! Introducing Our Inaugural Monthly Newsletter The Oak Tree Flyer! We're thrilled to bring you the first edition of our monthly newsletter, a dedicated space to keep you well-informed about the vibrant happenings in Encino. This newsletter is your go-to source for updates on community events, insights into local government initiatives, and matters that directly impact you, the residents of Encino. Stay connected, stay informed, and let's make our community stronger together!

VNY Flights bugging you?

Posted on 11/21/2023

How to report a noise or curfew violation for the Van Nuys Airport

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Rabid Bats in Encino & Tarzana!

Posted on 08/24/2023

Rabid bats have been found every year in Los Angeles County! Bats are wonderful - eating many times their weight in bugs, but like any warm-blooded mammal they can contract and carry rabies. Recently rabid bats have been found in Encino and Tarzana. Please review important information from the Public Health Department regarding this very dangerous disease and what to do if you encounter a bat. Make sure your pets' rabies vaccines are up to date.

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