Sherman Oaks
Educate stakeholders through programs with City department and agency heads, elected officials and other speakers on city and Sherman Oaks community issues
Yes
SONC worked hard to schedule city heads, elected offices, hold speaker and candidate forums at each monthly board meeting.
SONC worked hard to schedule city heads, elected offices, hold speaker and candidate forums at each monthly board meeting.
SONC worked hard to schedule city heads, elected offices, hold speaker and candidate forums at each monthly board meeting.
SONC worked hard to schedule city heads, elected offices, hold speaker and candidate forums at each monthly board meeting.
SONC worked hard to schedule city heads, elected officials, hold speaker and candidate forums at each monthly board meeting
Increase stakeholder participation through improving community outreach strategies
Yes
Increased stakeholder participation and attendance by emailing monthly newsletter and twice annual newsletter that was mailed or distributed through Walking Man. Holding annual Tree Give-a-way event at VNSO Park, manning a SONC booth at the SOCOC Street Fair.
Improve infrastructure within SONC's community borders
Yes
Trimmed trees for the community along Ventura Blvd. Sponsored pot hole lottery in conjunction with Street Service to repair the most serious pot holes in the  Sherman Oaks community. Provide couches for the East Valley Animal Shelter.
Examine, report and take action on city and country proposed legislation which impacts the Sherman Oaks community.
Yes
Worked with CD 4 to implement the Interim Control Ordinance by the City Council to limit McMansions in the Sherman Oaks community. Board training on how to file Community Impact Statements.
Survey the SONC community and establish partnerships with other community organizations such as service providers, not for profits, volunteer groups and neighborhood watch groups in order to share networks.
Yes
SONC funded Neighborhood Purpose Grants to provide Type 2 Diabetes education, training for dog owners to prevent return of animals to the shelter, sponsor the Southern California Disaster Preparedness Fair and the Green Living Fair
How did your BIG Budget Match to Goals?
$22195.00
$22662.11
$8700.00
$8707.69
$6005.00
$6005.00
$4300.00
$4300.00
$800.00
$796.86
42471.66
$7174.83
$6275.63
$5556.82
$22464.38
BIG Score and results?
Citywide NC Metrics
0
Not familiar with the process. Board members had a training session on why and how to file CIS with the city.
24
How many meetings was conducted?
11
30
7
Kevin James - Department of Public Works
Ron Galperin - Controller
David Ryu - CD 4 Council member
Bob Hertzberg - State 
Adrin Nazarian - State
Tamar Galatzan - City Attorney
5
0
Enrich LA - Green Living Fair
Valley Jewish Community Center - Type 2 Diabetes Education
LARPBO - Animal Training Clinic
LA Family Housing 
So Cal Disaster Prepardeness Fair
Stakeholder Database
1500
4000
Yes
12
Year
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