Member Discount Program . .
One of the benefits of TLHOA membership is your Member Discount Card good at many Toluca Lake businesses. Read more...
Our regular monthly meeting to discuss how to make Toluca Lake a safe and great place to live is usually held in a stuffy conference room. But, our President, Richard Bogy, treated to meeting at Lakeside Country Club which was a really nice change of pace.
Toluca Lake Home Owners Association Board of Directors, June 2017
(left to right) Pam Scharlach, Larry Singer, Bob Wexler,
Kari Negri (Treasurer), Jeanie Hatch, Richard Bogy (President),
Janice Eaton (Secretary), Beth Eras, Sol Ajalat, Dianna Buck,
Steve Hampar (V.P.). Not pictured: Reyn Blight, Susanne Hayes, Ryan Kugler.
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If you have any questions reach out to our Sr. Lead Officer, John Antonioli (email@example.com) or Diego H. Edber, Deputy City Attorney and Neighborhood Prosecutor, North Hollywood Division (Diego.Edber@lacity.org)
National Night Out is “America’s Night Out Against Crime”. The event is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer, better places to live.
Last year’s National Night Out campaign Continue reading
Los Angeles Councilmember David Ryu, along with several of his staff, recently met with Toluca Lake community leaders at Patys Restaurant for an open forum discussing Toluca Lake, one of the communities in the jurisdiction of Council District 4.
Toluca Lake was well represented with leaders from the Homeowners Association, Neighborhood Council, Garden Club, Lake Association, Chamber of Commerce, along with several business owners. Continue reading
12th Annual Pancake Breakfast at Fire Station 86
‘Fire Service Recognition Day’
The second Saturday of each May is designated “Fire Service Recognition Day” by the Los Angeles Fire Department, which was created to bolster community relationships. On that day each year all neighborhood fire stations throughout the City open their doors for tours, learn about the services they offer, interact with firefighters, promote fire safety knowledge and enjoy some family fun. Continue reading
Valley Interfaith Council – SF Valley Senior Centers | Voted San Fernando Valley’s Favorite Charity 2015!
Valley Interfaith Council is proud to announce that we have been voted FAVORITE NON PROFIT ORGANIZATION in the recently released prestigious 16th Annual Reader’s Choice Awards from the Daily News! With over 20 thousand votes this year, being voted favorite is a huge accomplishment!
Established in 1964, Valley Interfaith Council, or VIC as we are commonly known, has a long history of providing critical feeding programs and other services to those in need in the San Fernando Valley.
How Do We Build A Better Community?
Some of the most effective community building in the East Valley is being done by people you may not be familiar with. Yet.
The East Valley Police Activity League Supporters (PALS) has been working with the North Hollywood Division of the LAPD for Continue reading