The Mission of the MacArthur Park Neighborhood Council
The mission of the MacArthur Park Neighborhood Council (MPNC) is to serve as a free, open, accessible and democratic forum for the promotion, exchange, formulation and implementation of ideas, programs, and proposals on issues that concern or impact the City, the community and its stakeholders. The MPNC shall advise the City of Los Angeles on issues concerning City governance, the needs of this Neighborhood Council, the delivery of City services to this Neighborhood Council, and on matters of a citywide nature; establish partnerships between the community and businesses; and enrich communication, education, pride and compassion within the community.
Find out more in our MPNC Approved Bylaws 111020
Come to a Meeting!
All meetings are open to the public, whether online or in person. We invite you to join us and share your idea or concern during public comment. We meet on the 4th Wednesday at 7pm. Please check our calendar. Get involved by signing up for our newsletter and following us on social media.
What is a Stakeholder?
The following is the Neighborhood Council’s definition of stakeholder: Neighborhood Council membership is open to all Stakeholders. “Stakeholders” shall be defined as those who live, work, or own property in the neighborhood or to those who declare a stake in the neighborhood and affirm the factual basis for it. In addition, stakeholders are those persons who own a business within the Neighborhood Council’s boundaries or own real estate property within the Neighborhood Council’s boundaries or attends school within the Neighborhood Council’s boundaries or attends a religious organization within the Neighborhood Council’s boundaries.
MacArthur Park Neighborhood Council Boundaries
Getting Council Funding
Please plan ahead, it can take 2-3 months or more to approve and process a funding request before payment is sent. The Board can only discuss and vote on items on the agenda, so completed Neighborhood Purposes Grant requests must be received at least a week prior to the next meeting to be considered for the agenda.