The Del Rey Neighborhood Council is an organization that is officially certified by the City of Los Angeles in October 2003 to increase our influence with City lawmakers and departments and to improve our community. The DRNC came about as a result of Los Angeles City Charter Reform and interested stakeholders in our community.
The Board is elected by stakeholders and holds monthly meetings, usually on the second Thursday of the month at the Courtyard by Marriott, 13480 Maxella Ave, Marina Del Rey, 90292-5620. The Board is comprised of volunteers dedicated to serving the community with you. We are focused on putting the Neighbor Back In Neighborhood.
The Board is allocated a budget of approximately $42,000 by the City from your tax dollars.
A Board of Directors consists of fifteen (15) Directors, including seven (7) elected officers and eight (8) other geographically elected Area Directors, each representing one geographical area. Geographic Area Map.
The boundaries of the Del Rey Neigbhorhood Council are as follows:
North: Washington Blvd
South: Jefferson Blvd
East: Culver City Boundary
West: Lincoln Blvd.
Purpose of the Del Rey Neighborhood Council
- Promote public participation in City governance and decision-making processes so that government is more responsive to local needs and requests and so that more opportunities are created to build partnerships with government to address local needs and requests
- Promote and facilitate communication, interaction, and opportunities for collaboration among all Certified Neighborhood Councils regarding their common and disparate concerns.
- Facilitate the delivery of City services and City government responses to Del Rey’s problems and requests for assistance by helping Del Rey Neighborhood Council to both identify and prioritize their needs and to effectively communicate those needs.
- Foster a sense of community for all Del Rey residents to express ideas and opinions about their neighborhoods and their government,
A Community Stakeholder is defined as any individual who lives, works, or owns property in the neighborhood and any individual who declares a stake in the neighborhood and affirms the factual basis for it.