Valley Village
Budget Breakdown
$26500.00
$8300.00
$2200.00
Metrics
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13
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•    Further engage stakeholders in Planning effort – Intergovernmental Relations
•    Move forward with effort to develop Tujunga Wash Landscape – Sustainable City pLAn 
•    Be more involved in Neighborhood Congress
•    Disaster preparedness communication system – DAP/Cert in Great Streets – Sustainable City pLAn
•    Increase participation in Neighborhood Watch – Great Streets

Further engage stakeholders in Planning and Land Use efforts (Mayor’s Directive – Intergovernmental Relations)

1. Revise PLU submission process to add transparency – completely revise the project submission process to add information available to stakeholders and committee members prior to the hearing date
2. Partner with developers to improve stakeholder notification – work with developers to ensure that all interested parties within a 500-foot radius of a project are notified prior to PLU meeting
3. Increase electronic availability of information on myvalleyvillage.com – post added project information on myvalleyvillage.com

Move forward with effort to develop Tujunga Wash (Mayor’s Directive – Sustainable City pLAn)
1. Put forward landscape plan for Board approval 
2.Hold public hearing to notify stakeholders of plan
3. Seek support from city, county, state and federal representatives and other appropriate parties for development of the plan

NCVV to play larger role in Neighborhood Congress
1. NCVV Board members take greater role in organizing the annual meeting
2. Increase stakeholder outreach, direct email/mail, social media targeted to NCVV stakeholders
3. Summation/follow-up communication for stakeholders

Improve disaster preparedness with community emergency communication plan (Mayor’s Directive – Sustainable City pLAn)
1. Develop emergency communication plan for Valley Village
2. Implement and perform monthly testing on plan, include “plan B”
3. Notify stakeholders of plan

Increase participation in Neighborhood Watch (Mayor’s Directive – Great Streets)
1. Increase stakeholder awareness of Neighborhood Watch using our outreach
2. Hold 2 month “block party” celebration using incentives to encourage local NW block parties
Further engage stakeholders in Planning and Land Use efforts (Mayor’s Directive – Intergovernmental Relations)
Will be a tough sell to developers, however we believe it can be done.  The biggest challenge is outreach/education and moving quickly through a transition that this becomes the “norm” for projects presented in NCVV PLU.  Will monitor from the Board level to adjust the program as needed during the first 6 months.

Move forward with effort to develop Tujunga Wash (Mayor’s Directive – Sustainable City pLAn)
Key challenges is bringing all parties with an interest in this effort into one conversation.  Also challenging will be identifying and securing funding for the project.

NCVV to play larger role in Neighborhood Congress
Encouraging Board members to be more active in the planning and execution of NCongress rather than just attending the day-long meeting.  

Improve disaster preparedness with community emergency communication plan (Mayor’s Directive – Sustainable City pLAn)
The effort to develop a successful communication plan will require involvement of NCVV, VVHA and city departments, and we will need to appropriately communicate to stakeholders

Increase participation in Neighborhood Watch (Mayor’s Directive – Great Streets)
Publicizing and executing 2 months of celebrations is achievable, and should draw more attention to the importance of a NW program in Valley Village  
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