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 general meetings twice 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 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
  • MINC Board Meeting – 3rd Monday of every month

Both of these meetings are held 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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Los Angeles Arts Sustainability Tour – Saturday, 11/8

Come to Mid City and join us in a celebration of Art and Sustainability!

The Los Angeles Arts Sustainability Tour is coming to Mid-City Los Angeles 11.08.14. LAAST is designed to be a fun, informative, neighborhood-based event featuring art, information and sustainable education.

This is the first in a series of neighborhood events designed to educate and inspire both residents and businesses alike to make practical, but powerful changes immediately in their lives making our communities better places to live.

It’s also an opportunity to put a spotlight on the powerful role the arts & cultural sector can play in creating healthy, safe, sustainable cities.

Attendees will learn how to save money by making smart choices that reduce consumption and open access to rebates and services offered by L.A. DWP and the City of Los Angeles.

In addition to the expert presentations, the event will feature breakfast, live entertainment, kids activities, compost pick-up, e-waste and battery recycling, bike valet and free sustainable giveaways (aerators and showerheads, LED lights).

Best of all, it’s FREE!

Here are the links to find out more about the event and register as well as the Facebook page link to stay current with what is happening.

Eventbrite: http://bit.ly/1EVw2l2

Event Page: http://laast.artsearthpartnership.org/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/652767184838571/

Also, please see the attached digital postcard.



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