Category Archives: Workshop

Warner Center Specific Plan Presentation

New Warner Center Specific PlanThe City Planning Department and the Urban Design Team will be presenting their recommendations for the New Warner Center Specific Plan. This is one of the most significant opportunities for the community to partner with the City in developing long range plans and standards for land use, design and transportation.  Continue reading

“Let’s Get Woodland Hills Moving!”

The Woodland Hills Warner Center Neighborhood Council’s Community Forum on Saturday, October 18, features a “Panel of Visionaries” offering different perspectives and strategies for addressing the current state of transportation in the West Valley.

The forum will be held at the AMC Promenade Theater from 8:30 am to 12:00 noon and includes complimentary breakfast.

Joyce Pearson, Neighborhood Council Chair, urges the community to partner with the council and says “It is imperative that we work together to pursue great innovations and solutions in transportation so that we can ‘Get Woodland Hills Moving!’”

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Warner Center Specific Plan Workshops

Save the Dates!

Please join us a community design workshop that will create a new vision for Warner Center!

Thursday, July 24, 2008 @ 5:30 pm
Saturday, July 26, 2008 @ 9:00 am

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Draft Housing Element Update

housing planThe City of Los Angeles is currently in the process of updating the Housing Element of the City’s General Plan. The Housing Element is referred to as “the blueprint for meeting the City’s housing needs and guiding where housing will be built across the City’s neighborhoods.”

California state law requires every city and county within California to prepare and adopt a long-term comprehensive GENERAL PLAN for its future development. Within that General Plan there are 7 mandatory Elements, one of which is the Housing Element.

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Neighborhood Council Board Walks!

woodland_hills_vista2.jpgOn Saturday, February 11, the Boardmembers, stakeholders and guests of the Woodland Hills Warner Center Neighborhood Council met at the WH Marriott for an all-day Retreat and Board Workshop.

County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky opened the session with a passionate dissection of SB1818 and the LA’s City Council current approach to bringing the City into compliance with State law. Calling the law “a poorly thought-out effort to create affordable housing” Zev contends that LA’s proposed ordinance “places greater emphasis on new, more intense development than the law requires and less emphasis on neighborhood preservation and protection than it should.”

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