Registration and information is available online. To quality for the free sign(s), a Neighborhood Watch Group's representative(s) must attend two meetings sponsored by the Neighborhood Council:

One Public Safety Committee Meeting (1st  Weds eve of each month)

One General Board Meeting (2nd Weds eve of each month) and **. 

The NW Group can be represented by the block captain or another representative.  The same person does not need to attend each meeting.  The person should introduce themselves and the group they represent during the public comment period.  They must be sure that a member of the Public Safety Committee has noted their presence.

For meeting locations, see:  whcouncil.org/events


Woodland Hills-Warner Center Neighborhood Council Neighborhood Watch Sign Program

Thank you for your interest in the WHWC Neighborhood Council's pilot Neighborhood Watch sign program. Please carefully review the program requirements on the Neighborhood Watch Sign Program Info Page at www.whcouncil.org.

Email Questions to: publicsafety@whcouncil.org

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