Eagle Rock
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Engage community members in neighborhood issues and make Eagle Rock a better place to live, work, learn and visit.
1) Promote the ERNC as a means of connecting to LA City government. 

2) Encourage Board members to be proactive about the issues that are important to themselves, their constituencies and sub-districts.

3) Align with The Mayor’s “Great Streets, Great Neighborhoods” Directive - Activate public spaces, increase public safety, enhance local culture.

4) Activate other Neighborhood Councils to synergize efforts in working towards solutions for the issues that affect our greater communities and city.
1) Strengthen and maintain relationships with key contacts in Council District 14 office to connect stakeholders. Engage stakeholders, increase meeting attendance and participation. Ensure key agenda items are highlighted and explained prior to each meeting. Identify outreach opportunities to distribute ERNC promotional materials. Increase ERNC presence at neighborhood events. Encourage ERNC recognition by NPG recipients via social media and word of mouth.

2) Increase ERNC communication via email newsletter and social media. Livestream monthly ERNC meetings for people who can’t join in-person to increase monthly “attendance.” Provide monthly meeting post recap to keep stakeholders aware of what happened at each meeting.  

3) Partner with citywide departments (City Planning, Public works, Street Services, LADOT, LAPD) to conceive and implement more Community Improvement Projects in cooperation with community leaders and individual board members. Promote public safety by engaging stakeholders in an ongoing dialogue with surveys, town hall meetings and events.

4) Partner with other Neighborhood councils within Northeast L.A. and CD-14 on issues that affect our communities. Join forces to create solutions for the broader issues affecting our communities. Appoint a liaison that represents the ERNC and connects with the City Departments to engage our community. Continue participation the in the Alliance River Communities.
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