The candidates hats are all in the ring! See who is vying for positions on the VNC!
The Venice Neighborhood Council’s Mission is to improve the quality of life in Venice by building community and to secure support from the City of Los Angeles for the resources needed to achieve our goals.
While Neighborhood Council board members are volunteers, they are public officials elected by the members of their community. Los Angeles Neighborhood Council Elections happen every two years.
The 2021 VNC Elections are Tuesday, June 8th!
There are 21 available VNC Board Positions up for grabs. They help shape decisions on land use, housing, public safety, transportation, the environment, arts, and everything else that affects Venice. This is a chance for Venetians to have a voice in Venice!
Board terms are two years, during which time they will represent the Stakeholders of Venice and advise the City Council, Mayor’s Office, and all other City agencies on matters affecting our community. The following seats are up for election (for job descriptions, click here VNC Bylaws pages 10-11.)
- Vice President
- Communications Officer
- Community Outreach Officer
- Land Use and Planning Committee Chair
- At-Large Community Officer (13 seats)
- Community interest Community Officer
Click here and select “Venice” from the drop down list to view all the candidate statements and photos.
For VNC Election updates: venicenc.org/page/viewPage/elections-2021
For more info on how & when to vote, visit empowerla.org/elections