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Welcome to the Mid-City Neighborhood Council!

Join us for our Stakeholder Meeting – the 2nd Monday of Every Month!

MINC was chartered in 2002 as part of the City of Los Angeles’s Neighborhood Council system. The NC system was created in 1999 to allow those who live, work or worship in a particular neighborhood, i.e., “stakeholders”, an opportunity to have a voice in community and city decisions.  MINC is divided into eleven regions (find out which one you are in?).

You are invited to join us at any of our meetings!  We have a general meeting once a month, as well as a number of monthly committee meetings.  Since the Neighborhood Council functions as a part of the City of Los Angeles, the public is welcomed at all our meetings and all our activities are subject to the Ralph M. Brown Act, designed to promote open and transparent government. All MINC meetings and agendas are posted 72 hours in advance on our website and one physical location, the Eleanor G Roberts Aquatic Center, 4526 W. Pico blvd., Los Angeles, CA  90019 in the Mid-City area.  There is a public comments agenda item at every meeting – and any stakeholder is welcome to speak for up to 2-minutes on a given topic.

  • MINC Stakeholder Meeting – 2nd Monday of every month at 7:00 PM at the LAPD – Wilshire Division Community Room, 4849 Venice Blvd, Los Angeles CA 90019 – next to the Midtown Shopping Center.

For more information, check out the various pages here on our website at mincla.org.  We also have a mailing list where you can receive timely information, as well as a Facebook and Twitter page.

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LA City Planning Early Notification Report



To: Certified Neighborhood Council Board Members

From: Iris Fagar-Awakuni, Neighborhood Liaison

Subject: Planning Department Early Notification Report

Attached is the Planning Department’s bi-weekly Early Notification Report for Certified Neighborhood Councils. The purpose of this report is to provide Neighborhood Councils with the earliest possible information about all applications for planning entitlements that have been filed in your neighborhood, even though not all applications are complete and some cases may eventually be withdrawn. Included in the report is contact information about the applicant so your Neighborhood Council can obtain more information about the project very early in the process. You will see that the report is provided in PDF and Excel formats.

The information in the report is sorted by Neighborhood Council. If your Neighborhood Council is not listed, no new applications for planning entitlements were filed in your area during the past two weeks.

The Planning Department requires that an official notice be sent by U.S. mail to the appropriate Certified Neighborhood Council for each public hearing on a case. In order to ensure that your Certified Neighborhood Council receives a mailed notice, please make sure that your Neighborhood Council provides DONE with the one contact name and address that should receive the Planning Department official notices.


  1. MINC Outreach Committee Meeting this evening, Monday at 7pm Leave a reply
  2. Town Hall Meeting at LA High on Wednesday October 14th, from 6:30-9pm. Refreshments will be served Leave a reply
  3. Draft Parks Dedication & Fee Ordinance (aka Quimby) Leave a reply
  4. Appeals Filed Leave a reply
  5. MINC Arts and Entertainment Committee Oct 8, 6pm Leave a reply
  6. Mediation in your Community Leave a reply
  7. MINC Representing at Los Angeles Congress of NC Leave a reply
  8. MINC Budget Committee Agenda Leave a reply
  9. MINC Budget Committee Agenda Leave a reply