LA River Clean Up Saturday, February 23rd 2019 from 9 am to 12 pm - Lake Balboa/Anthony C. Beilenson ParkRead More
Come learn about homelessness solutions in the West Valley - February 16, 2019 from 1pm to 3 pm. Homelessness Solutions Forum at Granada Hills Charter Hugh School 10535 Zelzah Avenue, Granada Hills, CA 91344. Free Parking, Enter off Zelzah. Please RSVP at http://www.wvnah.orgRead More
Come Hear about the proposed Transit ALTERNATIVE to the I-405
If you want to see the presentation it's available at https://media.metro.net/projects_studies/sfv-405/images/Presentation_sepulveda_transit_corridor_2019-01.pdf
(versión en español) will be given at 10:30am for the Saturday meeting and 6:30pm for the evening meetings.
2019 Homeless Count
Every year, a census of the homeless population is done through the Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count. The Count helps to better understand homelessness in our region and direct resources where they’re needed most. The count needs at least 8,000 volunteers to canvas more than 80 cities and 200 communities across LA County. More volunteers are needed for the Encino Count!
Tuesday, January 22: San Fernando Valley, Santa Clarita Valley, & San Gabriel Valley sign up at https://www.theycountwillyou.org/
Want to make an outreach request?
LA-HOP is designed to assist people experiencing homelessness in Los Angeles County with outreach services. they will use reported information to dispatch a homeless services outreach team to the area. Use this link to access the LA County/LAHSA portal https://www.lahsa.org/portal/apps/la-hop/request
Encino Family Festival Features Family Entertainment, Music, and Food
An Encino Family Festival will be held on Sunday, October 7, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., on Ventura Blvd., between Balboa Blvd. and Amestoy St. The free admission event will feature family activities, music, and food. Previously known as the Taste of Encino, the event has been an annual community tradition for 31 years.
“This festival offers families a variety of wholesome entertainment, and it’s a nice way to spend time together on a Sunday,” said Atoosa Ring, one of the festival’s directors. “I encourage individuals and families to join in the fun.”
The festival, presented by the Encino Chamber of Commerce, has evolved over the past 31 years. It no longer revolves only around food. This year, the Encino Family Festival will include: Kids Fun Zone with all types of games and activities; live entertainment with bands, musical acts and dance routines; food trucks with an assortment of delicious menu items; arts and crafts vendors; business, nonprofit, and school booths; and a Beverage Garden.
For more information check out http://www.encinofamilyfestival.com/
Use MyLA311 (on your cell or via computer) to report various homelessness issues. Including cleanups and encampments.
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