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About the NoHo Neighborhood Council:

The NoHo Neighborhood Council (NoHo NC) is an advisory board created by the Los Angeles City Charter (Article IX, Section 906) in 2002 to provide improved access to government and make government more responsive to local needs in the NoHo community.


The NoHo Neighborhood Council is an elected body of 23 stakeholders, who are diverse in opinion, background, interests, and experience. As an operating Board, our purpose is to interact with local neighborhood residents and City government, and represent stakeholders’ interests at City Hall.

When: Second Wednesday of each month at 6:30 PM 
Where: Please check our Calendar for specific meeting locations


Who is a Stakeholder?
Anyone who lives, works, owns a property or owns or operates a business within the NoHo Neighborhood Council boundaries.

Anyone who is a member of a community group, school, or religious institution in the community; or who works for an adjacent school or religious organization, which serves the community. 

The NoHo Neighborhood Council holds regular monthly board meetings on the second Wednesday of each month. Board meetings inform neighbors about what is happening in our community and give stakeholders an opportunity to voice their concerns.


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Land Acknowledgement

NoHo Neighborhood Council acknowledges that we live, work, and play on the traditional land of the Tongva people, past and present, and honor with gratitude the land itself and the people who have stewarded it throughout the generations.

While land acknowledgments hold different levels of significance to different Indigenous peoples and tribes, for the Gabrieleno-Tongva people, the original inhabitants of the land of so-called Los Angeles, it's an important step in the process of "rematriation" — the reunion of the land with its original caretakers and stewards.

To learn more about the Tongva people, please visit and for more resources about Indigenous territories, languages, lands, and ways of life, please visit Native Land Digital

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