Greater Wilshire
Engage with stakeholders and city agencies to help shape and clarify local zoning policies.
Yes
Reviewed the Small Lot Subdivision Ordinance updates, new R-1 zones for ICO neighborhoods, HPOZ Updates and engaged stakeholders on these issues at our Land Use Committee and Board meetings. Filed multiple Board resolutions with specific concerns and suggestions with the appropriate City departments.
Become an “island of enforcement” to encourage development in harmony with neighborhood standards.
Yes
Continued the tradition of our Land Use Committee by reviewing applications for projects and conditional use permits, and enforcement issues. Committee recommendations, stakeholder sentiments, and board actions were regularly and promptly communicated to city officials.
Become known as a primary resource for community information.
Yes
Launched a new web site with more current content and a wide variety of useful information. Upgraded our email outreach to Mailchimp and increased our mailing list by 20%. Began making better use of targeted posts on Facebook. Continued to build our local media contacts.
Provide a forum for stakeholder discussion, exploration and involvement in our community, with particular emphasis on future-oriented vision and projects.
Yes
Offered neighborhood walks, a sustainable gardens tour, and involved a substantial group of stakeholders in the annual Los Angeles Homeless Count. Continued to build attendance at and involvement in our committees.
Support neighborhood beautification, improvement and booster projects.
Yes
Continued fulfilling our commitment to the Wilton Islands landscape maintenance. Due to limited funds and election expenses, were not able to offer NPGs this fiscal year.
How did your BIG Budget Match to Goals?
$8600.00
$12137.00
$25900.00
$23126.00
$0.00
$0.00
$1500.00
$969.00
$5750.00
$5951.00
42183
$3960.00
$3497.00
$10773.00
$23957.00
BIG Score and results?
Community Impact Statements: File at least 10
Filed 1
Requests for Action: File at least 20
Filed over 20
Meetings: Hold 12 Board and 27 committee meetings
Held 12 Board and 34 committee meetings (12 Land Use Committee, 12 Outreach Committee, 6 Transportation Committee, 4 Sustainability Committee)
Stakeholders: Increase stakeholder database from 428 to 500
Increased stakeholder database to over 500.
Communication: Contact stakeholders 6 times per month
Better email campaign system and list manager resulted in better analytics and response. Met communications level.
Citywide NC Metrics
1
20
How many meetings was conducted?
12
34
1
National Night Out: LAPD Wilshire Division
3
2016 Los Angeles Homeless Count: LAHSA
GWNC Sustainable Garden Tour: Theodore Payne Foundation
Coyote and Wildlife Management Town Hall: Larchmont Buzz
Stakeholder Database
438
520
Yes
4
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