Want to make a difference in Granada Hills? Be part of the solution? Consider running for an open seat on the Granada Hills South Neighborhood Council’s board of directors
Election Day for the upcoming 2-year term is Saturday April 9, 2016
Polling Hours: 11am – 5pm
Granada Hills Rec Center
16730 Chatsworth St
Granada Hills, CA 91344
OPEN SEATS INCLUDE: Ten members at large; and special seats representing businesses, parks and arts, community organizations, commercial property owners, seniors, renters, students, education, youth organizations, homeowners, and the faith-based community.
The Granada Hills South Neighborhood Council was certified by the City of Los Angeles on January 17, 2006. Our first election was on September 30, 2007. The neighborhood council system was approved by the voters as part of the Los Angeles City Charter Reform in 1999. Neighborhood Councils are intended to act as a conduit between the City and local communities. The role of the Council is to work with stakeholders to increase our influence with City lawmakers and departments to improve our community.
Timeline: Candidates can register for the election beginning Saturday, Dec 26, 2015; for information about the election, candidate requirements, open seats, and all other questions, see: https://empowerla.org/elections/region2/ghsnc16/