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 Council emanated from the Old Granada Hills Residents Group. Both groups have similar goals, but now operate as separate entities.
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.
Stakeholders are defined as people who live, work or own property in our area.
Our boundaries are:
- 118 freeway on the North
- 405 freeway on the East
- Devonshire St. on the South
- Lindley / Aliso Canyon Wash on the West
The Council is elected by stakeholders and (usually) holds monthly meetings on the second Thursday of the month at 6:30pm at
Granada Hills Charter High School – Rawley Hall
10535 Zelzah Ave
Granada Hills, CA 91344
The Council is allocated a budget of $37,000 by the City from your tax dollars.