RVNC Office at St. Anne's Suite #236
155 N Occidental Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90026
(Cross streets: Beverly Blvd. and Temple St.

Phone: (213) 568-3086

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Rampart Village Neighborhood Council - a crossroads of diversity; was certified by the Department of Neighborhood Empowerment on March 5th, 2007 as the 79th council to be certified in the City of Los Angles citywide system of neighborhood councils; with a population of approximately 25,000 Stakeholders it is part of the Empowerment LA Central Area Region.

People from all around the world now call Rampart Village home making it a truly cosmopolitan international district. Rampart Village is home to:

* Numerous Schools * Light Industry and Manufacturing
* Religious Institutions and Interfaith Groups
* Historic Hospitals
* Consulate Offices * Hotels and Apartment Buildings
* Social Services Organizations
* Small Business
* County and Civic Agencies * Restaurants, Cafes
* Union Halls * Markets and Art Galleries
* Hotels and Apartment Buildings * Studios and a World Class Production Facility
* Night Clubs * A Bowling Alley
* Salons *A Teaching Garden
* A Small Theater * Cultural Groups
* A Library * Bicycle Advocacy Groups
* Five Parks * Los Angeles Eco-Village

We invite you to explore this website and join us in becoming an active member of the Rampart Village community. Join our mailing list to keep updated on all of the latest meeting & workgroup schedules and events.  You can also sign up for one of our
committees and/or working groups to get more fully involved in effecting change for yourself and your neigbors!

Not sure what a Neighborhood Council does?  Well here it is in a nutshell.

Many Los Angelenos are looking for ways to make a difference in their communities on the issues they care about most: crime, roads and streets, gangs, the economy, land uses, and more. Neighborhood Council participants are empowered to advocate directly for real change in their communities. These Councils consist of residents, business owners, and property owners.

Local engagement is important because no one understands a neighborhood better than the people who live, work and play there. Neighborhood Councils are answering that need and strengthening democracy in Los Angeles by embracing and supporting the diversity of neighborhoods that comprise the City of Los Angeles.

Working together, Neighborhood Councils have generated success stories across the City - from community health clinics in Pico Union, to a greening strategy for Downtown, to addressing traffic and transportation issues in West LA and beyond.

So as you can see, the potential to enact change in our neighborhood is only limited by how big you can dream and how much effort you are willing to commit!