The Central Alameda Neighborhood Council is a city-certified local group made up of people who live, work, own property or have some other connection to our neighborhood. Neighborhood Council Board Members are elected or selected to their positions by the neighborhoods themselves.
The purpose of this Council is to work with elected officials to improve the quality of life in communities within the Neighborhood Council boundaries. The Governing Board and Stakeholders identify community concerns, and work with City Officials to identify resources to address issues and develop solutions.
The Council is to participate as a body on issues concerning our neighborhood and regarding the governance of the City of Los Angeles (“City”) in a transparent, inclusive, collaborative, accountable and viable manner.
Central Alameda Neighborhood Council Meetings are held:
3rd Saturdays, 11 am
Slauson Multipurpose Center
5306 Compton Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90011
You are invited to come and let your voice be heard. Please note that only items on the agenda may be acted on by the Board. Should you have an item you wish the Board to address, please email it for consideration to the Board two weeks prior to the next meeting.
How Can I Get Involved?
Come to a meeting! Stakeholders may submit a speaker card and present their comments in two minutes during the public comment period. Please note, if you have an item you want the Board to take action on right away, you should contact the President requesting the item to be agendized. The Board may only discuss and take action on agendized items. Your request should provide the specific details and requested action to take. Requests should be submitted 1-2 weeks prior to the meeting.
Join a committee. Committees do the real work and present recommendations to the Board for final approval.
Apply for an open seat. Stakeholders my apply in writing to fill an open seat. The Secretary will agendize the vote for the next meeting.
What is a Stakeholder?
Stakeholders shall be defined as those who live, work, or own real property in the neighborhood and also those who declare a stake in the neighborhood as a community interest stakeholder, defined as a person who affirms a substantial and ongoing participation within the neighborhood council’s boundaries and who may be in a community organization such as, but not limited to, educational, non-profit and/or religious organizations.
How do I get funding for my organization from CANC?
CANC uses a portion of its budget to support community events that help our outreach efforts. To apply for funding complete the Neighborhood Purposes Grant Form and submit it to the board for discussion at the meeting. It can then be placed on the agenda for the Council meeting. CANC can only vote on items on the agenda at the Council meeting. Please plan ahead, it can take 2-3 months or more to approve and process a funding request before payment is sent.