The Board of Directors meeting is the monthly meeting of all elected DLANC board members
The Outreach and Communication Committee exists to inform the public about and involve the public in the activities of the Downtown LA Neighborhood Council.
The bylaws and rules committee manages the bylaws and standing rules of DLANC. The bylaws are the legal structure of the organization and the standing rules are the "instructions and protocols" of the organization.
The elections committee is tasked with helping organize the city-run elections for new DLANC council members.
The Budget and Finance Committee is concerned with the budgeting and spending of DLANC funds
The Livability Committee oversees Parks, Recreation and Open Space, Sustainability, and Mobility.
The Government Liasison Committee is concerned with issues going to LA City Council, items requiring a CIS, health and safety issues, and economic development.
The Committee normally meets on the third Monday of the month at 6:30PM in the DLANC Meeting Room (529 S. Broadway).
The Downtown Los Angeles Neighborhood Council ("DLANC") is governed by a 28-member Board of Directors, whose members may also be appointed by the Board's Executive Committee to two other Board Committees. The Executive Committee can further establish Standing Committees to oversee different subject matters.
Please always check the calendar to confirm meeting time and venue.