Department of Community Services
Neighborhood Councils - (805) 583-6861
Location: 2929 Tapo Canyon Road
Simi Valley, CA 93063
DO YOU WANT TO LEARN ABOUT YOUR CITY, PARTICIPATE IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT, AND HAVE FUN TOO?
VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED TO SERVE ON THE NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCIL EXECUTIVE BOARDS.
APPLY FOR A POSITION ANY TIME OR CALL (805) 583-6756.
The City of Simi Valley established the Neighborhood Council program in 1970, less than one year after the City was incorporated. The program offers an opportunity for Simi Valley residents to participate in local government at the neighborhood level. Every City resident 18 years and older is a member of their respective Neighborhood Council and is encouraged to attend and actively participate in Neighborhood Council meetings.
The program is a conduit between the City and residents, with the Neighborhood Councils advising the City Council on development projects, resident concerns, and other matters on which the City Council has specifically requested their input. The Neighborhood Councils work within the City's government process to develop recommendations and innovative solutions to community concerns related to planning and development projects, public safety, traffic issues, community services, etc.
Neighborhood Councils are important because they:
Give residents the opportunity to voice their concerns or ask questions about their neighborhood and city;
Allow the City Council and City staff to gain a more thorough understanding of community concerns;
Advise the City Council and Planning Commission on development projects;
Give developers the opportunity to dialog with residents and address concerns early in the planning process, allowing them to make changes prior to an official public hearing.
Neighborhood Council Districts
The City of Simi Valley is divided into four Neighborhood Council districts.
|When viewing the Neighborhood Council maps, you may zoom to street level using the "+" button at the top of your screen. The "-" button allows you to zoom out. Use the hand tool to navigate through the Neighborhood Council by clicking and dragging until you have located the area you would like to view.
In addition to its general membership, each Neighborhood Council has a 13 member Executive Board, which is appointed by the City Council.
Each Neighborhood Council Executive Board meets once a month at 7:30 p.m. in the City Hall Community Room.
The City of Simi Valley continuously accepts applications for Neighborhood Council Executive Board member positions. Executive Board members serve for two-years, with new terms beginning every eight months. Applicants must be 18 years of age or older and residents of the City of Simi Valley. Please submit an application and you will be contacted for the next recruitment.
To apply to serve on a Neighborhood Council Executive Board:
Obtain a printed application by contacting the Neighborhood Council Coordinator at (805) 583-6756.
For more information regarding the Simi Valley Neighborhood Councils, please contact the Neighborhood Council Coordinator at (805) 583-6756.
Keeping up on Neighborhood Council Meetings and Events
Neighborhood Council meeting flyers and agendas can be received via e-mail by subscribing to the Neighborhood Council E-Notify system. Sign up for or change your E-Notify preferences, (Note that emails will come from "Webmaster", not "City of Simi Valley" or "Neighborhood Councils").
For meeting details, including flyers and agendas as they are made available, please click on the individual links below.
It's Your Home, Your City.............Join Us!
Neighborhood Council #2 Meeting - Special Date
- Date: 09/13/2017 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
- Location: City Hall Community Room
2929 Tapo Canyon Road
Simi Valley , California 93063
All Simi Valley residents age 18 and over are members of their Neighborhood Council. Members of the public are invited and encouraged to attend Neighborhood Council Executive Board meetings. For information regarding the Neighborhood Councils, please visit the Neighborhood Councils page or call (805) 583-6756.Neighborhood Council #2 Special Meeting Agenda Packet - September 13, 2017