Sun Valley Area Neighborhood Council

Sun Valley Area Neighborhood Council

Help make Sun Valley a better place to work, live, drive, and thrive! All are welcome to attend our meetings.
Our Regular meeting is held on the SECOND TUESDAY of EVERY MONTH, 6:30-8:30 PM.
Date Time Meeting Location Meeting Type Details
May 13,
6:30-8:30PM Villa Scalabrini Retirement Center
10631 Vinedale Street (MAP)
(north of Glenoaks Bl., near Sunland Bl.)
Sun Valley, CA 91352
(plentiful parking available in front)
Regular Agenda available 3-5 days
in advance of meeting date
For a complete list of meetings including special and committee meetings, please go to our Meetings Page and also check our Calendar Page for other relevant events.

CITIZENSHIP WORKSHOP - Saturday April 26th - Registration Required!
SVANC has partnered many organizations and entities including the NALEO Education Fund, Councilwoman Nury Martinez of LA's CD-6, Assemblymember Raul Bocanegra of California's 39th District, L.A. Unified School District, American Immigration Lawyer's Association, Asian Americans Advancing Justice, Senator Alex Padilla, La Opinion, Univision Commmunications and Univision Radio, to bring the Citizenship Workshop to Sun Valley.
This workshop assists Green-Card holders in the US-Citizenship application process.
It's being held at the JH Francis Polytechnic Senior High School, 12431 Roscoe Blvd. (at Arleta Ave.), Sun Valley.
Click Here to See the NALEO Information Flyer (PDF-ENGLISH) including a checklist and worksheet of information you need to bring.
Click Here to See the NALEO Information Flyer (PDF-SPANISH)
YOU MUST REGISTER by calling 888-839-8682 or visiting . More information is available on that site.
Click HERE to visit for more information and to register.

Represent your Sun Valley community! The SVANC has open board seats that need to be filled.
(1) seat available for Business/Property Owner Representative,
(2) seats available for At-Large Representative,
(2) seats available for Senior Representative, and
(2) seats available for Youth Representative.

Click Candidate Filing Info on the right-side menu for seat descriptions, qualifications, and forms.
Applications will be voted on at our May 13th Regular meeting. Thank you for your interest!


Neighborhood Councils were created as part of the 1999 Los Angeles Charter reform package to better connect residents with their city government. Neighborhood councils are direct links to our City Council and City Governmental departments.

The Board consists of community stakeholders who meet, discuss, and prepare presentations about local needs to Los Angeles City governing bodies. They work as an arm of the City to accomplish common goals for the City and the local community. Neighborhood Councils are groups of people coming together to influence City decisions that affect us within our neighborhoods . . . where we live, work, play, shop, study, raise our families, and aim toward an improved community.

Neighborhood Councils ensure that our community has the opportunity to actively participate in City Government. If you live, work, own property or a business in Sun Valley, you are a stakeholder. Join your fellow neighbors at our next meeting. Be part of this neighborhood council and help to change and empower our community.