The East Hollywood Neighborhood Council (EHNC) is about neighbors joining neighbors to make East Hollywood better. Whether it is communicating neighborhood issues to city hall, organizing arts or biking events, cleaning up the streets, or working with the local LAPD, through the EHNC, we are working to make the neighborhood a better place for all of us.
Our council’s governing board consists of eleven of your neighbors, voted on by stakeholders in East Hollywood who are committed to voluntary service. But there’s more to the EHNC than just governing board.
The East Hollywood Neighborhood Council is the neighborhood council for the diverse, dynamic and unique community of East Hollywood. We are one of 95 councils representing neighborhoods across the City of Los Angeles. The EHNC’s boundary extends from Hollywood and Sunset boulevards to the north, Hoover St to the east, The Hollywood 101 Freeway to the south and Western Ave to the west. It is home to Los Angeles’ designated Thai Town and Little Armenia neighborhoods, as well as large numbers of other immigrant groups such as Mexicans, El Salvadorans, Guatemalans, Filipinos, Koreans, South Americans, Ukrainians, Russians and many more. This community also comprises of a youthful community where 64% of its residents are under the age of 40, as well as a heavy renter population of 88%.
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Come check out one of our monthly meetings to meet our board and hear about the most recent projects and decisions. Check out our meeting page for the next monthly board meeting.
Check out the list of committees to see the areas of focus for the Neighborhood Council.
Get in touch with your district representative to discuss issues, questions, or ways to get involved.
There are many ways for everyone to get involved and become part of your Neighborhood Council. We hope to work with you soon!