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CicLAvia—The Valley is coming on Sunday, February 26 (rain or shine!)

CicLAvia started as a grassroots initiative in 2008 as the outgrowth of discussions held by a number of individuals who recognized that open streets events could address active transportation, urban land use, and public health needs in Los Angeles. Inspired by the ciclovía events that started 45 years ago in …

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LAPD Threat Assessment Opportunity Feb 2nd

LAPD Operations Valley Bureau and the US Secret Service is putting on Free Training for Threat Assessment Targeted Violence Prevention on Feb 2 from 9am to 12pm at the Woodland Hills Marriott Hotel. This is not Active Shooter Training but that is also available if anyone is interested. Email

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Chabad of Chatsworth & Northridge Join in a Unity Grand Chanukah Celebration

Report from Board Member Jorge Antonio Jiménez Chanukah – The Festival of Lights – brings back fond memories of childhood years and serves to renew our sense of identity. The Chanukah lights provide us with warmth, joy, strength and inspiration. Such is the purpose of a community-wide celebration hosted across …

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Emergency Preparedness Event Recap

The Emergency Preparedness event was held November 13th and representatives from the Northridge West Neighborhood Council was able to connect with a little over 250 community members and vendors within Los Angeles county. This was a positive community event that had useful information and the various vendors in attendance had …

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North San Fernando Valley Transit Corridor Project

North San Fernando Valley Transit Corridor Project Metro has a plan to make it easier to get around LA, with better transit across the North Valley. The North San Fernando Valley Transit Corridor Project will improve east-west transit service with better access to jobs, education and essential services. This new …

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Survey from the LA Controller’s Office Re: Fines and Fees

The Controller’s Office is conducting an analysis of City-collected fines and fees. In addition to reviewing City data, we are gathering community input from Angelenos on their experience with fines and fees. Visit http://tinyurl.com/finesandfeessurvey… to complete a short survey.

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Photos & Video from our Sept. 17 NWNC Ice Cream Social & Monument Dedication Event at Oakridge Park

WATCH THE VIDEO HERE: On Saturday, September 17th, the Northridge West Neighborhood Council (NWNC), along with CD12, Volunteers for Cleaning Communities (VCC) and Friends of Oakridge, held a community event featuring the Oakridge Estate Monument Dedication and an Ice Cream social. VCC provided a live band for entertainment and the …

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Reseda Off Ramp Update: Work to Begin October

Over 120 Porter Ranch Stakeholders joined the Porter Ranch Neighborhood Council Meeting on September 14 in pursuit of answers to the question of what is going on with the closed Reseda off ramp from the westbound 118. Caltrans was on hand to explain why the off ramp was closed and …

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Certificate of Acknowledgement presented to Yi Ding

The Northridge West Neighborhood Council unanimously voted to honor Ms. Ding Yi for her years of service to this Board and to the Northridge West Community. Ding served as Outreach Chairwoman, Education Committee Chairwoman, and VP of Outreach. Thank you, Ding for your time and care for our neighbors on …

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North San Fernando Valley Transit Corridor Project – Upcoming Meetings

North San Fernando Valley Transit Corridor Project Metro has a plan to make it easier to get around LA, with better transit across the North Valley. The North San Fernando Valley Transit Corridor Project will improve east-west transit service with better access to jobs, education and essential services. This new …

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