About

Your Neighborhood Council: A Voice for Palms

Introduction

The Palms Neighborhood Council (PNC) was certified as part of the City of Los Angeles on December 14, 2004 with the following mission:

  • Represent and advocate on behalf of the 44,000 residents of Palms
  • Improve the quality of life of the community
  • Give our neighborhood a voice on issues affecting the community
  • Improve the delivery of City services to our area
  • Make City officials and Departments more accountable to community needs

The PNC is made up of 13 community-elected board seats, which include 5 executive seats, 5 residential representative seats, and 3 business representative seats. The Council is organized into committees to provide adequate consideration, expertise, and deliberation to community issues. The Council and its committees meet regularly every month, with all meetings being open to the public. All members of the Council are non-paid volunteers.

Residents and stakeholders of Palms may be appointed to committees by the President and ratification of the Council. Stakeholders include not only those who live, work or own property in the district, but also those who can claim affiliation on behalf of a Palms organization.

Your 2016-2018 Palms Neighborhood Council

Meet your community-elected representatives to the PNC

2016-2017 PNC Annual Report

Learn about what we have been working on

Boundaries of Palms

View residential and boundary maps of the community

100 Years of History, 100 Years of Community

Learn more about the history of Palms