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The Greater Toluca Lake Neighborhood Council (GTLNC) serves as a conduit between the local community and stakeholders, and City, State and Federal Government. Issues and initiatives are brought to the attention of the various City departments, agencies and/or politicians who control the decision-making process. The GTLNC provides recommendations to the decision-makers to achieve the best result possible for our community.

Purpose

Neighborhood Council participants are empowered to advocate directly for real change in their communities. These Councils consist of residents, business owners, and property owners.  Local engagement is important because no one understands a neighborhood better than the people who live, work and play there. Neighborhood Councils are answering that need and strengthening democracy in Los Angeles by embracing and supporting the diversity of neighborhoods that comprise the City of Los Angeles.

History

In 1998, the City of Los Angeles organized a program of neighborhood groups (Councils) whose purpose is to interact between local neighborhood residents and City government.   The GREATER TOLUCA LAKE NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL (“GTLNC”) became the 44th certified Neighborhood Council on September 10, 2002.

General Board Meetings
Third Tuesday of the month
7:00PM – 8:30PM
Toluca Lake Elementary School Auditorium
4840 Cahuenga Boulevard

Refreshments Provided

Administrative Office
3330 Cahuenga Blvd West, Suite 505
Los Angeles CA 90068
COMMITTEESCHAIRCONTACT
ExecutiveJason FriedmanJason.Friedman@www.gtlnc.org
Governmental AffairsRichard McFallsRichard.McFalls@www.gtlnc.org
Environmental AffairsJuliann MilesJuliann.Miles@www.gtlnc.org
Katherine HattonKatherine.Hatton@gtln.org
Outreach & ElectionsKelly ColeKelly.Cole@www.gtlnc.org
Planning & Land UseReyn BlightReyn.Blight@www.gtlnc.org
Robert ScibelliRobert.Scibelli@www.gtlnc.org
Public Safety Jason FriedmanJason.Friedman@www.gtlnc.org