The Olympic Park Neighborhood Council is made up of every-day people like you, your family, and your neighbors. We represent residents who care about their community and who have a stake in the area that OPNC represents. As “stakeholders” if you live, work, own property in the area, or are part of a local community organization, school, a church, or non-profit you are an important part of the Olympic Park Neighborhood Council.
What is our Mission?
The Olympic Park Neighborhood Council is an officially elected body of the City of Los Angeles. We advise the City on matters of concern to Olympic Park. Our mission is:
To provide an inclusive and open forum for public discussion of issues of interest to the Council, including City governance, the needs of the Council, the delivery of City services to the Council area, and other matters of a City-wide nature;
To advise the City on issues of interest to the Council, including City governance, the needs of the Council and its representative areas, the delivery of City services to the Council area, and other matters of a City-wide nature;
To initiate, execute and support projects for the physical, social and cultural improvement of the Council area; and
To facilitate communication between the City and Community Stakeholders on issues of concern to the community and/or the Stakeholders.