EVRNC News

Thank you Elysian Valley for the great turnout to Celebrate the Taylor Bridge Opening on April 9, 2022 alongside EVAC and EVRNC Outreach Team.

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New Redistricting Map

The Approved new Los Angeles City Council Redistricting Map is now available. Elysian Valley Continues to be part of CD 13. Click on Map to View Full Council District 13 Boundaries. 

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EVRNC Supports Garden Project at Allesandro Elementary School

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Eco Urban Gardens and Elysian Valley Riverside Neighborhood Council hosted an urban gardening workshop October 2, 2021 at Allesandro Elementary! Students learned how to plant a seedling, propagate a seed, identify beneficial insects, and control pests using intercropping and other organic methods. Our teacher Alan even brought his insect collection for students to get hands on with some creepy crawlers. ...

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EVRNC Funds the Purchase of Hundreds of Bilingual Books for Local Library

In May of this year, the Elysian Valley Neighborhood Council (EVRNC) voted to approve funding a $5,000 Neighborhood Purpose Grant to  the Friends of the Cypress Park Library in order to buy hundreds of books in both Spanish and English for our local library. On Saturday, August 28th, the EVRNC was invited to visit the library to help prepare the ...

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Closing Out the Fiscal Year, New EVRNC Vote to Get $22,440 to Community Groups

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On May 26th, 2021, in a Special Board Meeting, the newly elected Elysian Valley Riverside Neighborhood Council (EVRNC) voted to approve the Neighborhood Purpose Grants (NPG) applications of several community groups to get thousands of unspent dollars to community programs. This included funding La Mujeres de la Tierra’s  Vamos a la Playa program ($3000), support for sustaining LA Mas’s Northeast ...

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Elysian Valley Heads to the Beach With Mujeres de la Tierra

July 1, 2021 Elysian Valley residents got a free trip to Malibu last Saturday, June 26th, organized by Mujeres de la Tierra and funded by the EVRNC. The trip was designed to teach our community members about public access to our beautiful Southern California coastline, and provide an opportunity to learn about marine life and environmental responsibility. Our community members ...

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