Join us to see grassroots democracy in action. Share your opinion on issues that impact you and your neighbors. Learn what our elected representatives are doing to address the issues that are most important to us all.

The community is also most welcome to attend any VNC Committee meeting. Check out the calendar of upcoming meetings.

Are you aware that any member of the Venice community can become a committee member? Are you interested in Arts, Budget & Finance, Ocean Front Walk, Outreach & Event Planning, Rules & Selections, Trees, Community Resiliency, Homelessness, Parking & Transportation, Preserving Public Places, Schools & Parks…something else? Check out the VNC Committee page for links to these committees. Then send an email to the committee chair of your choosing.

Court cases are pending. Please support Safe Coastal Development. They are working for all Venetians.

Steve Bradbury elected to VNC

6th Place Finish Out Of 37 Candidates
To Fill One of 13 At-Large Slots

The results are now final. Steve begins his two-year term on July 1, 2023
THANK YOU for supporting this campaign through your actions and words.

It’s Time For A Fresh POV
On The Venice Neighborhood Council

Sunday, March 26th is Election Day

You get to choose the future direction of Venice. Vote 10a-6p at the Oakwood Recreation Center (787 California Ave – map). Please bring proof that you are a Venice stakeholder (own, rent, or work within Venice). There are many issues facing our community including:

  • Safety and Security: Add an LAPD substation on Washington Blvd.
  • Homelessness Solutions: Enforce the laws with compassion. No overnight RV parking including uniform signage throughout Venice.
  • Voter Representation: Every Venice neighborhood should have an elected voice on the VNC.
  • Lincoln Blvd: Height restrictions may be eliminated for new construction AND the city wants to install hundreds of 8-foot tall digital ad structures on LA sidewalks under the guise of assisting tourists.
  • Transportation & Parking: Many questions, fewer answers.
  • Climate Change/Resilience: Change is not coming, it’s here. What are your plans?
  • City Services: Accountability and communication exacerbate many existing issues.

Vote for Steve Bradbury
At-Large Community Officer

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