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Department of Environmental Services

(805) 583-6756 
2929 Tapo Canyon Road
Simi Valley, CA 93063

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DO YOU WANT TO LEARN ABOUT YOUR CITY, PARTICIPATE IN LOCAL GOVERNMENT, AND HAVE FUN TOO?

THE NEIGHBORHOOD COUNCILS ARE THE PLACE FOR YOU!

APPLY FOR AN EXECUTIVE BOARD POSITION ANY TIME OR CALL (805) 583-6756

 

What are Neighborhood Councils?

Neighborhood Councils are a unique part of the City of Simi Valley government.  The City is divided into four Neighborhood Council districts.  Every City resident 18 years and older is a member of their Neighborhood Council.  Each Neighborhood

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Council has a 13 member volunteer Executive Board that represents the residents in their district. 

Neighborhood Council Districts

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Neighborhood Council Maps

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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.

 

What do Neighborhood Councils do?

They act as a link between City government and residents.  They advise the City Council and Planning Commission on resident concerns, development projects, and other matters on which the City Council has specifically requested their input. They offer residents a regular opportunity to voice their concerns or ask questions about their neighborhood and city.  They work within the City's government structure to develop ideas and recommendations for community concerns related to planning and development projects, public safety, traffic issues, community services, etc. 

Why are Neighborhood Councils important?

  • They allow residents to participate in local government at the neighborhood level.
  • They give the City Council and City staff a better understanding of community concerns;
  • They advise the City Council and Planning Commission on development projects from the resident perspective. 

When do the Neighborhood Councils Meet?

Each Neighborhood Council Executive Board meets once a month at 7:30 p.m. in the City Hall Community Room at 2929 Tapo Canyon Road.

How can I get involved? 

You can attend a meeting

Keep up on your Neighborhood Council meetings by getting monthly flyers and agendas sent directly to your inbox by subscribing to the City’s E-Notify system. . Sign up for or change your E-Notify preferences,  (Note that emails will come from "SimiValley", not  from "Neighborhood Councils" or "City of Simi Valley" ).

You can submit a Neighborhood Council Executive Board Application

Apply to be an Executive Board member!  This is an opportunity to get involved in your community and volunteer.  Executive Board members serve for two-years, with new terms beginning every eight months.  The City continuously accepts applications for Executive Board member positions.  You must be at least 18 years old, a resident of the City of Simi Valley and have an interest in participating in your community.  Please submit an application and you will be contacted for the next recruitment.

  • Obtain a printed application by contacting the Neighborhood Council Coordinator at (805) 583-6756.

Do you have more questions?

Contact the Community Services Coordinator at (805) 583-6756. 

Neighborhood Council meeting information

Please click on the individual links below to view meeting flyers and agendas, and other information, as they become available. 

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