Founded in 1973, the Pacific Palisades Community Council has as its purpose:

  • To be a forum for the discussion of community issues.
  • To be an advocate for the Pacific Palisades to government and private agencies upon those issues where there is broad community agreement.
  • To assist other organizations in the Pacific Palisades which request help in accomplishing their objectives or purposes, and which the Council chooses to support.
     

A  "HEADS UP"  FROM PRESIDENT BARBARA KOHN
As one of the oldest continuously operating councils in Los Angeles, Pacific Palisades Community Council commemorates its 41st anniversary this April. We celebrate another Palisades milestone on April 24, 2014, when the Citizen of the Year Gala will return, sponsored by PPCC. The "Citizen of the Year" and "Sparkplug" Awards will be given to honor Palisadians for unselfish dedication in 2013 to the community through volunteerism, along with a special presentation "Pride of the Palisades" recognition.

PPCC welcomes new organizational and resident representatives to the board notably for neighborhoods adja-cent to the Village including the Alphabet Streets (Area 5), the Huntington Palisades, Via Mesa and Temescal Canyon (Area 6). As the community eagerly awaits potential refurbishment of portions of the Village, PPCC will host an open forum on this topic tentatively scheduled the last week of February 2014. PPCC focuses on other important concerns, including police and fire protection response, city, coastal, mountain and state park resources and the City's effort to rewrite the zoning code.

As President, my collaboration with exceptionally dedicated board members has presented opportunities to address challenges and brought personal gratitude. Thank you to all who encourage, support and challenge me as we work together on the issues we care about.

Please stay tuned, sign up for PPCC's distribution email list at info@pacpalicc.org and become informed. More importantly, get involved, support the Council . . . it's your community!

You are encouraged to attend the Council's Board meetings and make your voice heard in our discussion of community issues. The meetings are held in the meeting room of the Palisades Branch Library, 861 Alma Real and start promptly at 7:00 p.m. To view the agenda for the next Board meeting see - Upcoming Agenda.

And you are invited to bring your community concerns to the attention of individual members of the Council's Board. The name, title, and a means to contact each member may be found on the Board Members page of this site.

The Council may also be reached -

  • By U.S. Mail - Post Office Box 1131, Pacific Palisades, CA 90272
  • By e-mail at - info@pacpalicc.org
  • By Fax - 310-459-7763
  • By Phone - 310-454-8185

For more about your Council's activities visit the Community Council on FACEBOOK.
Just click on - FaceBook

Although not a Council project, we would like to call your attention to the wonderfully complete disaster preparedness and survival guide prepared by our former Chair, Flo Elphant. The guide may be viewed by selecting Emergency Preparedness


Citizen of the Year / Sparkplug Gala Information

For information about purchasing tickets to the Citizen of the Year / Sparkplug Gala and information about placing a congratulatory announcement in our Tribute Book for the Gala, click here.



PLEASE NOTE
Your Community Council receives no public funding and is entirely dependent on contributions from the Palisades community. A family membership is but $25.00 a year which may be mailed to PO Box 1131, Pacific Palisades, CA 90272 or if you prefer you may contribute via the PayPal link below.
 


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