We are one of ninety-nine Neighborhood Councils and serve as liaisons between our Greater Wilshire community and the City. We are a volunteer, elected Board with members representing our various neighborhoods and community interests. Our Standing Committees, comprised of Board members and other community stakeholders, do much of the work of the GWNC, meeting regularly and making official recommendations to the Board. To receive our schedules and Board and Committee agendas and updates, look for the “Subscribe to our mailing list” box on this page. We are always happy to hear from our neighbors and welcome your active participation.
During this difficult period, in lieu of in-person meetings, all meetings will be accessible by telephone or via the Zoom app. Instructions are in our agendas and on this website.
Neighborhood Council elections
Los Angeles’ Neighborhood Councils are electing representatives across the City this year. Greater Wilshire’s candidate filing, voting, and general election information is available from our Elections tab; our bylaws and map with our Board seats and eligibility information is available at our About the GWNC tab.
Candidate filing has begun and will continue through December 28. Election day is Tuesday, March 16, 2021 for the new NC term beginning July 1, 2021.
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Our online/telephonic meetings will be open to the public. Times and locations will be published on this website, on our social channels, and in the community at least 72 hours before the meeting. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (323) 539-GWNC (4962) at least two weeks before the meeting to request an item be placed on an agenda.
I look forward to seeing you soon, and until then, stay well, wash your hands often, wear masks outside, and stay home as much as you can,
Caroline Labiner Moser, President