West Hills
Budget Breakdown
The BIG Vision: The West Hills Neighborhood Council envisions a community in which people of all ages, backgrounds, income levels, beliefs, careers, inclinations, affiliations and levels of ability come together for mutual support in good times and in times of crisis. West Hills will be a home for artistic expression, academic excellence, safe and well-maintained streets and parks, successful businesses and strong community institutions. We will maintain our community’s suburban character and preserve our open space as much as possible. We will work to protect the health and safety of our stakeholders. We will honor our community’s historical and cultural heritage. We will be a place where neighbors treat one another as friends and family.
1.    Distribute 10 West Hills Neighborhood Council Newsletters via our email data base.
2.    Hold 1 public forum in conjunction with other local NCs on the issue of homeless people
         in the West Valley.
3.    Hold 5 “tabling” outreach events
4.    Hold 2 new community events in cooperation with the Canoga Park/West Hills Chamber of
5.    Increase the number of Map Your Neighborhood groups in West Hills.
1.    To overcome inertia, we will continue our efforts to work with stakeholders, outside experts, office holders, civic organizations and governmental agencies to improve our service to the community.

2.    We will reach out to other Neighborhood Councils to share best practices and cooperate on projects of mutual interest.
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