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Region 11 Election Feedback Session

August 26, 2021 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm

Regional & Citywide NC election feedback sessions
Many thanks to all who participated in the 2020-2021 Neighborhood Council elections! Please join us at one of our upcoming Zoom sessions to discuss the elections and talk about what worked; what didn’t; and what best practices we can gather from the experience.
There will be a total of five NC election feedback sessions – four with a regional focus, plus one Citywide town hall hosted by the Board of Neighborhood Commissioners.
While the presentation at each session will center on the regions listed for that date, you are welcome to join whenever it suits your schedule. All regional reports will be shared with everyone who RSVPs when the series ends.
Not sure which region you are in? Look it up at:
  • North/South Valley (Regions 1 – 4) – Monday August 23 (6:00 – 7:30pm)
  • Harbor/West (Regions 11 & 12) – Thursday August 26 (6:00 – 7:30pm)
  • Board of Neighborhood Commissioners Election Town Hall (Citywide, Regions 1 – 12) – Tuesday August 31 (6:00 – 8:00pm)
  • South LA (Regions 9 & 10) – Wednesday September 1 (6:00 – 7:30pm)
  • East/Central (Regions 5 – 8) – Wednesday September 8 (6:00 – 7:30pm)
RSVP now:
Info to join these Zoom meetings online or by phone will be shared in the Eventbrite registration confirmation sent to the email address you use to RSVP.
We also welcome your comments in writing – please email Feedback@EmpowerLA.org.
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State city and school district redistricting
Redistricting: Upcoming meetings for City Council, LAUSD, and State of California
Lea esta información en Español:
Redistricting Commissions for the City of Los Angeles, State of California, and the LA Unified School District are very interested in hearing from Neighborhood Councils and the communities they serve.
Please share your thoughts on the redistricting process in writing or at one of the meetings below, and please share this info with your neighbors, to ensure you get the representation you need and deserve.
Redistricting redraws the boundaries for elected offices. It happens every 10 years, the year after the U.S. Census takes place.
Boundaries are redrawn based on the latest Census data, as well as on community feedback. That’s why writing letters or attending redistricting meetings can have a real impact on ensuring your community has a strong voice and its fair share of resources.
The State, School District, and City oversee redistricting for different elected offices. Search for your districts at http://neighborhoodinfo.LAcity.org.
Two Citywide sessions are planned to discuss the boundaries of the 15 LA City Council Districts. See an LA City Council District map: http://tiny.cc/CityCouncilMap.
  • Wednesday, August 25, 6:00pm (session conducted in Spanish)
  • Saturday, September 11, 10:00am (session conducted English)
To join these meetings online: http://bit.ly/LACCRCZoom
To join by phone: call (669) 254-5252, enter 161 545 4787#
To request to speak, use the Raise Hand button (if joining online) or press *9 (if joining by phone). You will have 3 minutes to speak – see public comment tips below. To submit written comments, visit http://bit.ly/lacitycoi.
Learn more about LA City Council redistricting and see additional public session announcements at http://laccrc2021.org.
Here are the upcoming virtual meetings to discuss boundary lines for the Los Angeles Unified School District/Board of Education:
  • Saturday, August 21, 11:00am
  • Monday, August 23, 6:30pm
  • Wednesday, August 25, 6:30pm
  • Saturday, August 28, 11:00am
  • Monday, August 30, 6:30pm
  • Wednesday, September 1, 6:30pm
All meetings are held on Zoom. Join online at https://bit.ly/redistrictlausd
Or join by phone: 1 (669) 254-5252
Meeting ID: 161 077 4991
Spanish interpretation will be provided at all LAUSD meetings. To request interpretation services in a different language, please email redistricting.LAUSD@lacity.org or call (213) 221-2245, at least 72 hours in advance of the hearing.
For updates, follow @RedistrictLAUSD on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
State redistricting discussions include Congress (US House of Representatives), California State Senate, California State Assembly, and the State Board of Equalization (property, alcohol, and insurance company taxes.)
Angelenos can weigh in on how the California redraws boundaries for these districts on Wednesday September 8 (3:00 – 7:00pm). The meeting will be in English with Spanish, Mandarin, Cantonese, Japanese translation.
Join by phone at (877) 853-5247 and enter code: 912 4902 1623, or watch live online, at: http://videossc.com/CRC/.
Public comments must be made by phone during the State’s sessions, by calling (877) 853-5247 and pressing *9. You will have 3 minutes to speak. (See public comment tips below.)
Submit written comments online at http://DrawMyCACommunity.org, or email them to VotersFirstAct@crc.ca.gov.
Learn more about the 2020 California Citizens Redistricting Commission: https://www.wedrawthelinesca.org/.
Need help or have questions? Please call (916) 323-0323.
If you comment at a meeting, you will only have 3 minutes to speak, so make sure to share your most important point first.
Whether you comment live or in writing, the California Redistricting Commission suggests covering these points below, to create maximum impact:
  • State your location – city, county, School District, or neighborhood name.
  • Mention the street names or landmarks in your neighborhood to help identify your community.
  • What shared interests define your community?
  • What brings you together?
  • What is important to your community?
  • Are there nearby areas you want to be in a district with?
  • Nearby areas you don’t want to be in a district with? Why or why not?
  • Has your community come together to advocate for important services, better schools, roads, or health centers in your neighborhood?


August 26, 2021
6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
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