You Can Run for a Seat on the Van Nuys Neighborhood Council

Van Nuys Neighborhood Council will hold elections on May 16, 2019 for the following seats:

Resident Representative Zone 2 & 4
Resident Representative Zone 4
At-Large Resident Representative Seat 2
At-Large Resident Renter Representative Seat 2
At-Large Industrial Business Owner or Employee Representative Seat 2
At-Large Commercial Business Owner or Employee Representative Seat 2 & 4
Non-Profit Community Based Organization or Service Club Representative Seat 2
School Representative
At-Large Representatives

This represents half the council seats. Each seat has a four year term.

VNNC Celebrates 15 years

Now is the time to consider running for a seat. We are excited to welcome prospective members to run for a seat. Candidates should have a passion for making a difference in Van Nuys, time to attend our monthly meetings and at least one committee meeting a month. Our goal is to be the Number 1 Neighborhood Council in Los Angeles and we invite you to join us!

Everything you need to know about Neighborhood Council service is packed into a brief 3-1/2  minute What It Means To Be A Candidate Video.

Who can run?

You can! People, 16 years old, who live, work, own property, or declare a substantial and ongoing Community Interest in our neighborhood can run for a seat. Sign up on the Candidate Registration Portal starting January 31, 2019. Or complete this Application in Spanish.

Learn more with the Neighborhood Council Candidate Information Guide.

Van Nuys Neighborhood Council Boundaries

VNNC Boundary Map

View larger VNNC Boundary Map

You may be interested in reading the VNNC Bylaws of August 1, 2018

Who can vote?

All community stakeholders who are 16 or older at the time of the election can vote

Election timeline

Candidate Filing Period: January 31-March 4, 2019
Candidate Information Session: February 20, 2019
Certified Candidate List Available: March 15, 2019
Election: May 16, 2019

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