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PLEASE NOTE: IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CITY OF LOS ANGELES POLICY DURING THE PANDEMIC
ALL ENCINO NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL GENERAL MEETINGS AND COMMITTEE MEETINGS WILL BE HELD VIRTUALLY
VIA ZOOM UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

THE ENCINO NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL
(ENC)

The ENC will provide an inclusive open forum for public discussion of issues concerning the community of Encino. Working with respect and dignity of expression of all viewpoints, from all individuals and groups involved in Encino

The Encino Neighborhood Council (ENC) is managed by a governing body comprised of elected volunteers from Encino. The ENC was designed to give stakeholders, who are residents, business owners, employees, members of organizations, and other community members a forum for addressing issues important to Encino. 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 of the Board was held in July 2003.

The ENC General Council Meetings are usually held at 7 pm on the fourth Wednesday of each month (with the exception of holiday schedules). Meetings are typically held at the Encino Community Center located at 4935 Balboa Boulevard, Encino, CA 91316. Please note the location and date/time are subject to change, and to check the website and/or agenda posted to verify location date/time.

Meetings are open to the public and give stakeholders the opportunity to ask questions, comment, and get more information about local developments, including getting more involved with the ENC. In addition to the General Council Meetings, the ENC has many focused committees which meet to discuss various specific neighborhood issues--stakeholders are encouraged to join these committees (seats are based on availability). All ENC committee meetings are open to the public. To find out more information about ENC committees and meetings, please visit the Committee and/or Calendar section of the website.

(Scroll Down to View ENC Board Representatives)
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“Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.”
     -Martin Luther King Jr.
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-Margaret Mead
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Encino Neighborhood Council (ENC) Boundaries

North - Victory Boulevard, South - Mulholland Drive, East - the 405 Freeway, West -Lindley Avenue 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: [email protected], or call 818-971-6996            

To contact an ENC Board Member please use the email addresses provided below, or [email protected]
 

ENCINO NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL REPRESENTATIVES
(22 Total Seats)
 

Elected Representatives and Alternates
The following positions are elected by eligible stakeholders during general elections or appointed by the ENC General Board at a General Board meeting to fill a vacancy 

-Apartment/Condo 
Representative
: Mary Moore email: e[email protected]m
Alternate: Vacant

 -At-Large (2 Seats)
Representative 1: Henry Eshelman email: [email protected]
Representative 2: Heather Michaels email: [email protected]
Alternate 1: Erik Yoo email: [email protected]
Alternate 2: Vacant
 
-Business (2 Seats)
Representative 1: Victoria Miller email: [email protected]
Representative 2: Jodie Francisco email: [email protected]
Alternate 1: Vacant
Alternate 2: Vacant
 
-Education
Representative
: Jennifer Goldstein email: [email protected]
AlternateVacant
 
-Park Advocate/Environment
Representative
: Glenn Bailey email: [email protected] 
Alternate: Vacant
 
-Planning and Land Use
Representative: Eliot Cohen email: [email protected]
Alternate: Vacant

-Public Safety 
RepresentativeSamuel Apikyan email: [email protected]  
Alternate: Vacant

-Religious Organization/Institution 
Representative: Anni Keusseyan email: [email protected]
Alternate: Vacant
 
-Volunteer
Representative
Patricia Bates email: t[email protected]
Alternate: Vacant
 
*-Youth (Non-Voting)
*The Youth Representative must be aged between 14-17 years old, and live in Encino. The Youth Representative is appointed by a majority vote of the ENC General Board at a General Board meeting. The individual serving in this role does not count toward the quorum, nor vote tally. Note there is no Alternate seat for this position
Representative: Alex Miller email:  [email protected]

Encino Neighborhood Council Area Representatives
Area Representatives are elected at general elections by stakeholders who live within each area’s boundaries or are appointed by the ENC General Board at a General Board meeting to fill a vacancy (scroll down to view the ENC "Areas" Map) 

-Area 1 
Boundaries: Victory Boulevard, (N), Burbank Boulevard (S), Lindley Avenue (W), Balboa Boulevard (E)
Representative: Lee Blumenfeld email: [email protected]
Alternate: Vacant
 
-Area 2 
Boundaries: Victory Boulevard (N), Ventura Boulevard (S), Balboa Boulevard (W), the 405 Freeway (E)
Representative: Walter Almora email: [email protected]
Alternate: Vacant
 
-Area 3 
Boundaries: Burbank Boulevard, (N), Ventura Bouelvard (S), Lindley Avenue (W), White Oak Avenue (E)
Representative: Alex Garay email: [email protected]
Alternate: Vacant

-Area 4 
Boundaries: Burbank Boulevard (N), Ventura Boulevard (S), White Oak Avenue (W), Balboa Bouelvard (E)
Representative: Jess Whitehill  email: [email protected]
Alternate: Vacant

-Area 5
Boundaries: Ventura Bouelvard (N), Mulholland Drive (S), Lindley Avenue to its terminus, 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 Avenue to its terminus, then a line due south to Mulholland Drive (E)
Representative: Samantha Greitzer email: [email protected] 
Alternate: Vacant
 
-Area 6
Boundaries: Louise Avenue to its terminus, then a line due south to Mulholland Drive (W), Libbit Avenue, Noeline Avenue, Darcia Place, Garvin Drive, Lanai Road, Hayvenhurst Drive, Ballina Drive, Ballina Canyon Road, Westfall Drive, Dellvale Place, Calneva Drive (E) 
Representative: Laurie Kelson email: [email protected]
Alternate: Vacant
 
-Area 7
Boundaries: Ventura Boulevard (N), Mulholland Drive (S), Libbit Avenue, Noeline Avenue, Darcia Place, Garvin Drive, Lanai Road, Hayvenhurst Drive, Ballina Drive, Ballina Canyon Road, Westfall Drive, Dellvale Place, Calneva Drive (W), the 405 Freeway (E)
Representative: Jim Esterle email: e[email protected]
AlternateVacant

Appointed Organization Representatives and Alternates 
The following positions are elected and appointed by the Board of each orgnaization, and are NOT elected during the general elections, nor appointed by the ENC Board 

-Encino Chamber of Commerce
Representative: 
Karie Purcell email: [email protected]
Alternate: Vacant
 
-Encino Property Owners Association (EPOA)
Representative: 
Carol Levin email: [email protected]
Alternate: Kathy Moghimi-Patterson email: [email protected]

-Homeowners of Encino (HOME)
Representative: 
Evan Oshan email: [email protected]
Alternate: Lissa Marrow email: [email protected]

ENC "Areas" Map



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