2nd Annual LIT CRAWL - LA: NoHo
Tonight! Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Are You Interested In Making a Difference in Your Community?
Created by City Charter to make government more responsive to local needs, the Mid-town North Hollywood Neighborhood Council (MTNHNC) is an elected body officially recognized by the City of Los Angeles to promote greater access and participation in the political process.
Our mission is to build community and advise City government on issues of local concern, and to direct information between local Stakeholders and city agencies.
Its members include a diverse group of Mid-town North Hollywood stakeholders who pledge to fight for you and present your interest at City Hall.
The Mid-Town North Hollywood Neighborhood Council holds regular monthly board meetings to inform neighbors about what is happening in our community and to hear any concerns from our neighbors/stakeholders.
We also hold monthly committee meetings that are the first line of access for your issues or concerns. Please see the committee page for more information on issues area that may be of interest to you.
The Mid-Town North Hollywood Neighborhood Council was certified by the city of Los Angeles in September 2002 and has been active ever since.
2014 Neighborhood Council Election Results