West Adams Neighborhood Council Profile
The West Adams Neighborhood Council’s purpose is to participate as an advisory body on issues of concern to our neighborhood and to create more opportunities to build partnerships with government to address local needs and concerns in our community. The Council is formed to engage in all of the civic, cultural, public, and charitable purposes permitted to be conducted, or participated in, by a Neighborhood Council formed pursuant to Article IX of the Charter and Administrative Code of the City of Los Angeles.
The West Adams Neighborhood Council was certified on February 19, 2002.
- To empower and bring together a diverse community to maintain and improve our quality of life.
- To work, in cooperation with the necessary agencies, toward the protection and improvement of our area, effectively addressing the needs and concerns as identified by our community.
- To provide an inclusive, open forum for public discussion of issues concerning City governance, the needs of this neighborhood council, the delivery of City services to this neighborhood council, and on matters of a City-wide nature.
- To advise the City of Los Angeles on issues concerning City governance, the needs of this neighborhood council, the delivery of City services to this neighborhood council, and on matters of a City-wide nature.
Bylaws v.8.15.22 (pdf)
Join our monthly meetings:
All stakeholders are invited and encouraged to attend the monthly general board meetings held the third Monday of the month (4th Monday if the 3rd Monday is a holiday) at the Vineyard Recreation Center Community Room (2942 Vineyard Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90016). Meetings being at 6:30 p.m. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, meetings are currently held virtually via Zoom.
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- South of the US-10 Freeway
- North of Obama Boulevard between Chesapeake Avenue and W. Jefferson Boulevard, north of Coliseum Street between Chesapeake Avenue and Crenshaw Boulevard
- West of Crenshaw Boulevard
- East of La Cienega Boulevard and Ballona Creek
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In addition to our primary website, we also have a dedicated page on EmpowerLA’s website, which you can access in the link below.