Calendar of Events (2016-2017)
Town Hall Meeting with Los Angeles
City Council-Member Harris-Dawson

(2nd) October 2016 - December 2016

(3rd) January 2017 - March 2017

(4th)  April 2017 - June 2017

.Request City Services


311 is the City’s service that links residents to City Hall to report issues, beautify their community and to stay connected with local government.

There are 14 different type of service requests which include illegal dumping, street repairs, pothole repairs, graffiti removal, tree trimming, street light repairs, street resurfacing and sidewalk repairs.

First Step – Use 311

You can submit requests to 311 in the following ways:

Submit photos directly through the MYLA311 app, which is free to download on Androids and iPhones.
Dial 311 to submit your requests by phone.
Email your request to
Visit the 311 website and submit your requests online.

Second Step – Still No Help?

Contact our Neighborhood Council Office and our Area Representatives for Area 1,, Area 2, Area 3 will be happy to look further into your request.

8475 S. Vermont Ave
Los Angeles, CA 90044
Phone: (323) 749-1449

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​Attend the Neighborhood Council's
2nd Meeting of Year.  This is Your Opportunity to Voice Your Concerns - Attend Your Neighborhood Council's Very 2nd  Meeting of 2017!!!

Join us Monday, February 27, 2017 at the South Los Angeles Animal Shelter, 1850 W. 60th Street.


South LA Animal Services Community Room 

1850 w. 60th street Los Angeles, CA 90047


Our Mission

Empowerment Congress Central Area Neighborhood Development Council

Mark Ridley-Thomas Constituent Service Center

8475 S. Vermont Avenue, Los Angeles, California 90044

(323) 789-1449 Office
A Certified City of Los Angeles Neighborhood Council Since March 23, 2002


July 1, 2016    " Bringing Back Neighborhood Pride."   June 30, 2017 
"The goal is to increase more citizen participation in local government and make government more responsive to local needs"