The Palms NC Planning and Land Use Committee meets Monday, January 25, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. at IMAN Center, 3376 Motor Avenue, Palms CA 90034. View the agenda below.
PLUM agenda – 2016 Jan
The Palms NC Transportation and Safety Committee meets Monday, January 25, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. at Fire Station 43 Conference Room, 3690 Motor Avenue, Palms CA 90034 (cross street is Regent Street). View the agenda below.
Trans Safety Agenda 01-25-16
We need your help to get resources for the homeless in Palms! Volunteer to help us with the annual 2016 Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count. An accurate count makes sure we don’t miss out on funding in Palms.
The Palms Neighborhood Council needs your help with the 2016 Greater Los Angeles Homeless Count. This was a big success for Palms last year, will only take a few hours of your time, is completely safe as you only count from inside a vehicle (not on the street) and is critical to ensuring Palms gets the support it needs for its homeless residents.
What: One evening counting the homeless population in Palms along with your neighbors. (More info: bit.ly/1mXcwzN)
When: From 7:30 p.m. to ~11:00 p.m. (depending on speed of the count) on Wednesday January 27, 2016
Where: Meet at Culver Palms Church, 9733 Venice Blvd., Palms CA 90034
How do I sign up: E-mail email@example.com to let us know you can volunteer AND sign up here: (http://www.theycountwillyou.org/register)
Why it is so important: By volunteering a few hours of your time, you can be part of creating a sustainable change for our homeless in Los Angeles County. Every year the Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority (LAHSA) organizes volunteers to count homeless men, women and children in LA County. The reason why it is important to count homeless people is because when we know who and where homeless people are in Los Angeles County, we are better able to plan and identify resources to provide vital services, and ultimately move homeless families and individuals into housing. This year, we need approximately 6,000 volunteers to conduct a successful Count. Volunteers will meet?up at deployment centers in communities across the Greater Los Angeles area to receive training and then go out in teams by car and on foot, to visually count the number of homeless persons living in a specified area. Counters will be deployed in groups of two to four to count specific blocks in an assigned area. You will receive training and materials on the day of the count from trained volunteers. You will be outside counting for up to four hours.
PNC homeless count flyer 2016
Interested in representing our neighborhood as a Palms Neighborhood Council (PNC) Assembly Member? Become a candidate in this year’s neighborhood council election!
Candidate filing opens: Sunday, February 21, 2016
Palms NC Election Day: Sunday, June 5, 2016 from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. online or in person at Fire Station 43, 3690 Motor Avenue, Palms CA 90034
Click on links below to register to vote, file as a candidate, or learn more about 2016 neighborhood council elections.
File as a Candidate with Paper Form or
File as a Candidate Online
Neighborhood Council Elections Info
The Palms Neighborhood Council Outreach Committee meets Thursday, January 14, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. at Fire Station 43 Conference Room, 3690 Motor Avenue, Palms CA 90034. View the agenda below.
PNC Outreach Agenda 1-14-16
The Palms Neighborhood Council Green Committee meets Wednesday, January 13, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. at The Wild Thistle Cafe, 3456 Motor Avenue, Palms CA 90034 (northeast corner of Motor/Palms). View the agenda below.
PNC Green Agenda Jan 2016
The Palms NC Outreach Committee meets Thursday, December 17, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. at Fire Station 43, 3690 Motor Avenue, Palms CA 90034 (cross street is Regent). View the agenda below.
PNC Outreach Agenda 12-17-15
Create the Future of Your Parks!
Does your family play basketball or soccer? Like to swim? Tennis anyone? Or just want to take a hike? Parks are critical for healthy, thriving communities. We’ve taken stock of what we have—the existing parks, recreation facilities and open space—and what kind of shape they’re in.
Now we need to know what you want.
Where do we most need new parks, recreation facilities or open space? Which parks need repair or expansion? What type of recreation is most needed? What will make your family and your neighborhood healthy, happy and out getting physical exercise?
Come to our workshop. Together, we’ll create a list of park priorities for our community.
When: Wednesday, December 16 at 7:00 p.m.
Where: Westwood Recreation Cenyer, 1350 S. Sepulveda Blvd, Los Angeles CA 90025
Meeting to Discuss Needs in:
• Palms – Century City – Westwood
• Venice – Mar Vista – Del Rey
• Beverlywood – Sawtelle – Cheviot Hills – Rancho Park
For more information, visit: www.LACountyParkNeeds.org or call: (213) 351-5198