The Los Angeles City Planning Commission just voted overwhelmingly to approve NOHO West, a critical redevelopment project that will revitalize Laurel Plaza and make this East San Fernando Valley commercial corridor thrive once again. This is a huge step forward for what I believe will be the cornerstone of a bright commercial future in the area. Securing a worthy redevelopment project here and in Valley Plaza has been my top economic development priority since I took office in January 2010. With NOHO West, we can all look forward to 24+ acres of top-notch, brand new retail, entertainment, office and housing options for Valley residents.Read more
The San Fernando Valley is a treasure trove of hidden commercial gems. From restaurants and coffee shops, to great boutiques and salons, some of the best places to eat, shop and play are tucked away in our neighborhoods, just around the corner from where we live. Our communities wouldn't be the same without these go-to destinations. That's why I want to you to tell me about the important community fixtures that bring so much vibrancy to our neighborhoods.
In this quick and easy survey, please share your favorite places, how you get there and what makes them so special to you.
As always, I look forward hearing your feedback and appreciate your insight into the things that make our neighborhoods so vibrant.
Please take the Community Survey today and forward it along to everyone in your neighborhood. Your input will make our city stronger and help me better serve you.
Very truly yours,
Councilmember Paul krekorian
SUN VALLEY - This week, Councilmember Krekorian activated a new traffic signal in Sun Valley to increase pedestrian and traffic safety.Read more
STUDIO CITY - The City Council, led by Councilmember Krekorian, approved funds to build missing sidewalk segments along Ventura Boulevard in Studio City.Read more
It takes a village to raise a child, and it certainly takes one to protect them. Earlier this week, I was proud to join community leaders to celebrate the activation of a long-awaited traffic signal in Studio City's Tujunga Village.Read more
LOS ANGELES - This week, Councilmember Krekorian submitted a letter to the City Planning Commission urging them to reject the draft ordinances before them governing digital off-site signs (aka billboards) and instead to adopt an alternative plan that would reduce billboard blight and improve neighborhood services throughout the city.Read more
LOS ANGELES - The City Council approved a motion to increase funding for Neighborhood Councils. The measure, which was introduced by Councilmember Krekorian and Council President Herb Wesson, provides $5000 in additional discretionary funds to the neighborhood groups.Read more
NORTH HOLLYWOOD - Students from North Hollywood High School joined the NoHo North East Neighborhood Council and the office of Councilmember Krekorian to beautify the neighborhood.Read more