Join us - PHS & Homeless Meeting Monday, Feb. 12th, at 6:30 p.m. - 8:30

Posted on 02/12/2024

PHS & Homeless Meeting

Monday, Feb. 12th, at 6:30 p.m. - 8:30

Windward School - Room 410.
PUBLIC WELCOME WINDWARD SCHOOL
11350 PALMS BLVD, LOS ANGELES, CA 90066 ROOM 410: ADJACENT TO THE SAWTELLE PARKING LOT

Parking: Upon arrival, please enter through the Sawtelle lot as a member of the Security Team will show you to a parking space and will guide you to Room 410

7.1 [POLICY] Discussion and Potential Action, LAPD Crime Statistics.

7.2 [POLICY] Discussion and Potential Action, regarding how to determine if there is sufficient community interest in creating Neighborhood Watch programs to warrant organizing a future Q&A session with our LAPD SLO about the process.  

7.3 [POLICY] Discussion and Potential Action, regarding future topics/action for consideration by the committee in 2024

Mar Vista Crime Report

Posted on 02/12/2024

Posted on 02/12/2024

Education, Arts and Culture Committee Meeting Tuesday, Feb. 13th, 6:30pm - 8:30pm

Posted on 02/12/2024

Education, Arts and Culture Committee Meeting
Tuesday, Feb. 13th, 6:30pm - 8:30pm

Windward School - Room 410.
PUBLIC WELCOME WINDWARD SCHOOL
11350 PALMS BLVD, LOS ANGELES, CA 90066 ROOM 410: ADJACENT TO THE SAWTELLE PARKING LOT

Parking: Upon arrival, please enter through the Sawtelle lot as a member of the Security Team will show you to a parking space and will guide you to Room 410

7.1 [FUNDING] Discussion and potential action regarding a Neighborhood Purpose Grant in the amount of $5000 for North Venice Little League 

7.2 [ADMISTRATIVE] Discussion and potential action regarding council involvement with upcoming Los Angeles national event

8.1 [ADMINSTRATIVE] Discussion and potential action on Discover Mar Vista Tour

8.2 [ADMINSTRATIVE] Discussion and potential action on possible proposal ideas l for seeking federal grant
for community programming or renovations.

8.3 [ADMINISTRATIVE] Discussion and potential action on possibility for Spring Community Fair

Board of Directors Meeting   Thursday, Feb. 15th, at 6:30 p.m. - 9:00

Posted on 02/12/2024

Board of Directors Meeting  
Thursday, Feb. 15th, at 6:30 p.m. - 9:00

With the passage of SB-411, Mar Vista Community Council committees now have the option of meeting online via Zoom.  MVCC Board of Directors intends to gather in-person once quarterly, with the remainder of the meetings taking place online. February's meeting will take place via Zoom. 

All committee meetings are held at their regular day of the month and time unless notified otherwise. 

REMOTE ZOOM MEETING

Remote Conferencing by Zoom Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84666609891

Remote Conferencing by Phone: 669-900-6833 | Meeting ID: (Webinar) 846 6660 9891

Traffic Participation Study

Posted on 01/30/2024

Metro has a plan to make it easier to get around, which is why Metro’s Traffic Reduction Study (TRS) is exploring how congestion pricing could reduce traffic. It would be aimed at successfully reducing congestion, enhancing economic opportunity, reducing air and climate pollution, making our roads safer and transit faster, and reinvesting in our communities.

The approach consists of:

  • Managing travel demand through congestion pricing
  • Providing more high-quality transportation options
  • Offering low-income assistance programs
 

A second round of technical modeling is underway of three potential pilot concepts:  

  • Santa Monica Mountains – Pricing on the I-405, US-101 and I-5, and multiple canyon arterial roads between the I-405 and US-101.  
  • DTLA – Pricing on surface streets within the DTLA freeway ring, and on freeways passing through DTLA.  
  • I-10 – Pricing on I-10 between DTLA and the western terminus of the freeway in Santa Monica.  

Throughout 2023, Metro will engage stakeholders and communities to inform the study. These conversations will identify the types of transportation investments, low-income assistance programs, and other strategies that would be needed for a pilot program. Engagement will focus on connecting with a variety of stakeholders, hard-to-reach groups, low-income populations to inform a program that would advance equity.  

We anticipate submitting the feasibility study to the Board for consideration in the early 2024. If the Board advances recommendations, the project would move into a more detailed environmental review. 

 

Tell us what you think​

We’d love to hear from you! Click on the following link or button to participate in our Traffic Reduction Study survey today.


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