Sherman Oaks
Budget Breakdown
$13800.00
$12200.00
$6000.00
$5000.00
$998.50
$0.00
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Bring people closer to government through proactive Sherman Oaks Neighborhood Council (SONC) outreach efforts that engage more Sherman Oaks stakeholders and make SONC an authoritative voice of the Sherman Oaks community, who can bring about measurable change, improvements and solutions to benefit the Sherman Oaks community.
Educate stakeholders through programs with City department and agency heads, elected officials and other speakers on city and Sherman Oaks community issues

Increase stakeholder participation through improving community outreach strategies

Improve infrastructure within SONC's community borders

Examine, report and take action on city and country proposed legislation which impacts the Sherman Oaks community.

Establish and maximize partnerships with other community organizations such as service providers, not for profits and volunteer groups to improve quality of life  for Sherman Oaks stakeholders.
Identify and engage new people moving into the SONC community

Use various methods and means to fund infrastructure projects in the Sherman Oaks community

Involve and listed to stakeholders and advocate on their behalf to the City departments and agencies and engage with the Council District 4 office in Sherman Oaks to improve early notification of City Council motions, legislation that would affect SONC stakeholders

Coordinate SONC activities and outreach with other neighborhood councils and neighborhood could alliances such as the Valley Alliance of Neighborhood Councils (VANC)

Expand SONC digital presence by improving social media and website.
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